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DomainShane’s BIG LIST of Domain Name Auction Picks: Saturday 9/6

I was talking to Brandon Abbey, the guy that runs the show over at Escrow, and we were talking about putting Buy It Now buttons for on landing pages.  It was easy to set up so I emailed and told that I thought the buttons were great and a great business move (yes I don’t just email to bitch, I do email when I think someone is doing a great job)  .  They’ve made it just as easy as paypal, just a matter of creating the HTML code.  There are so many names that I really don’t make any parking money so I might as well create a nice landing page and have an offer button and a BIN button.  I’m sure I could sell a few names that way and I really don’t need to pay somebody commission when I can do it myself.  Brandon let me know if someone is interested in doing this for thousands of names all they would have to do is send over a spreadsheet of names and amounts and they could easily create the codes in bulk and email them back.  No need to go through and do each one.   But I don’t have very many names so I’m on my own. Here is today’s list.  People, places, and things and getting more bids than any GD name at auction today  I saw them play at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago in 2004 but I may be wrong  Decent letters, 16 years old, and under $75 at press time.  If you insist.  No bidders   Probably registered as a dishes typo play back in 1999 but has moved into a wearables category.   Opening bid was $10K and somebody put in the first bid  If it goes for under at $100 somebody has made a good buy IMO   If Adam wants take it to the big screen.  Great marketing name for the tens of thousands of nail salons.  Could also be a site about the rise and fall of Lenny Dykstra  Nothing says sexy like fish expert  Under $50 at press time     14 years old.  Upgrade name for a few people and things

Working Godaddy Domain Code of the day. 25% off new items added to cart. Great for new gTLDs bb2017a    CVCV are making a bit of a move here these last few months.  This one is 19 years old.  Getting some love as well   19 years old.  Can’t believe it has less than 60 bids for one of the more popular girls names.  I think more spell it this way than Nicky.  Maybe girls named Nikki traditionally have no money    Like it because it’s 15 years and H for Holdings or Hotel   No bidders.  Not a bad name for $69.  16 years old  Under 20 bidders. that start with W always have value because of radio and TV   Coming up later but it’s mine so I thought I would let you know about it early.  Got almost 100 bidders in the first few days so somebody likes it  Also mine.  But I promise that unlike the owner of, if it goes over $3K I WILL sell it and if it doesn’t you won’t see it up for auction for a year or more  Can’t get more self explanatory than this one  I know it with an E but still a top bid getter   Great name.  Mobile cell phone repair is a HUGE business.  Especially if you have kids who break the screen ever month, even with a LifeProof case  If you are going to own a then this is the kind you want

Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. We may be able to help. If you have an auction you want to promote, email us for details. *All names chosen by me, Shane, and the goal of this list is to have all links be paid through commission . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything I say is based on my own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or my opinion is correct

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11 Replies to “DomainShane’s BIG LIST of Domain Name Auction Picks: Saturday 9/6”

  1. “Beograd” is the Serbian version, but it would be in Cyrillic.

    I don’t have a Cyrillic key board, though, but Wikipedia shows “Бе̏оград.”

  2. I hope also eCop will do that. I was thinking to a similar need few days ago, it would be even wonderful if we could add embedded code to permit prospect customers to make reasonements about taking the domain by leasing or financing. Since they have already those scripts to simulate financing and leasing on their site it should be feasible.

    Anyway the best landing pages for everything about payment options are the ones offered by Aftermarket, but they seems do not admitting normal domain investors…

  3. just an fyi… was just part of a domain investors portfolio review on domain sherpa just about a week or two ago…you can go back see what the sherpa’s thought of it…it was one that they spoke quite a bit about…

  4. James, you need to do better research…

    Look at how broad this TM is

    Goods and Services IC 022. US 001 002 007 019 022 042 050. G & S: Lanyards for holding eyeglasses, sunglasses, visual displays, virtual image generators, heads-up displays, holographic optical elements, lenses, prisms, monocoles, pince-nez, computers, smart phones, voice-activated apparatus, digital image recorders, audio recorders, and/or device(s) comprising or incorporating one or more of the aforementioned items

  5. 1. I am not an IP lawyer so I would suggest consulting an IP lawyer like Berryhill, Lieberman, etc. for a legal opinion.
    2. At this point, it is only an application.
    3. More importantly, the key word in the application is ‘lanyards’. That is the thing one would attach to glasses and hang them around your neck. Similar to what a trade show badge is attached to.
    4. It is an individual. I would be more concerned if it was Google or Loxuttica.
    5. There are other firms that use the word glasswear that are not associated with eye glasses.
    6. The true value for this domain is for an enduser.
    7. As a typo, that category is died.

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