Domain Spotlight: Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday, December 18th


Travis and I were talking over credit cards and which one would be the best one to use based on spending habits.  You heard me mention before that I’m not a big fan of giving credit card users tons of free stuff and then charging it to business owners but I realize that’s its just a form of marketing.  I also realize that my sales go way up because people spend more than they can afford at my store.  And I’m not going to change the system so I might as well get as many points as I can personally.  I settled on the Chase Saphire Reserved.  It costs $450 a year but the benefits easily offset the cost based on my spending and travel.  You get 100,000 miles when you sign up and a travel credit of $300 every year that comes right off your credit card bill.  So I bought my NamesCon flight and it went from $319 to $300.  So its already down to $150 a year.  There are a ton of other benefits and while it may not be for everyone, it certainly has been better than my other cards.  Any cards you guys think are good for people in our industry.   Here are today’s names. Click for current price.


Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids    2 Million backlinks.  Yes 2 million.  Pretty sure this was Kim Dot coms site and  Perfect name for a sales platform or directory  Since we’re talking canna.  I would want to own this if I owned   20 years old.  Worldwide marketing appeal   The top results all come back for Rabbi Akiva.  I just thought it sounded like a nice brand   Not sure what rebuying is but it has 16 bid   “let us get you the best price”   Great name for used snow plow and salting equipment and   The three LLLL.coms on the board today   A lot of ways this one could go  I would absolutely visit this place

Domains I Like With One or No Bids No bids at press time. Solid name for our industry I like the zen part of this brand. No bids Sounds like it is going to be awful pizza Not a ton of value but memorable. Good for online gift basket company An herb is anyone cares. I don’t really do herbs vape would probably be better but this one is only $12 Sales company or a guide to increasing your sales Marketing name for some kind of transportation   Studying religion of any kind is never a bad thing    Already being done.  Wrapping cars with their favorite teams and or things  Upgrade name for the dot net

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NAMEJET   Japanese word but also a first name    Easy or a triple letter   Another triple repeater.  Los Angeles Art Association already has the dot org    Everyone loves to judge  No fours and no zeros should get it close or over $100 based on history    No bids on this one either.  And it has the double 3 at the end   No bidders   Has 4 bids.   Extortion is not usually a good thing  TYPO Met reserve and getting bids.  Yet spelled wrong


FLIPPA and SEDO   Learn how to get the most out of your plants and your blunt    Pied Piper   A whole portfolio of these were sold by Godaddy.  Somebody in a comment section somewhere asked why anyone would buy this type.  Look at the price and you’ll see why


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Take a look at some of the names coming Here is the FULL LIST

Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. I Charge $10 per name per day. 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 . (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. I hand choose my names but I am paid to make this list by both the auction houses, individuals that are auctioning names, and Godaddy affiliate links. Keep that in mind and only buy names that YOU think are good


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4 Replies to “ Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday, December 18th”

  1. ” So I bought my NamesCon flight and it went from $319 to $300. So its already down to $150 a year”

    I am not following the math. ??

    1. Meyer,

      🙂 That really was a terrible explanation on my part. The card gives you an automatic $300 rebate for travel. I bought a ticked for $319 and the price was reflected at $19. So the $450 annual charge is more like $150 if you count the $300 a year they give you every year.

  2. I’m a Southwest/Chase Credit Card (earn SW air miles) fan. It only cost me $11.20 for a round-trip flight from Chicago to and from Vegas for NamesCon in Jan. So now I have a few hundred bucks left over to buy one of your “” type of domains Shane! 🙂

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