DSAD.com: Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday, July 14th

Jul 14 2016

Escrow.com  Yesterday I did something crazy.  I was having problems with a company in the industry and I emailed someone I knew to see if I could get some better help.   They responded, we talked it out, and now I have a better way of communicating in case I have more problems in the future.  I could have written an article and bitched but I figured I would try and resolve it privately at first.  The first comment from many is that I get special treatment because I write this blog.  While that may be true,  I don’t like that thought because that is essentially saying that I am only being treated differently because I will talk bad about them here. I guess that could be the case but I’ve never entered into a discussion saying help me or else.  Wrong or right, I like to think I get special treatment its because I contacted them and asked for special help and gave them the opportunity to help.  Or because after 7 years in this industry that I have made some good connections. That I can look past a person or two that didn’t give me good customer service and have the patience to get to a person that cared.  Sure, there are going to be companies that don’t have that person.  That don’t care. But there aren’t that many of those companies out there.  Most do care.

 I run a large retail store and my company at times has given bad customer service. I even have had bad days where I said something or didn’t do something I should have.  I have lost customers because of it.  But I strive to promote better service and look for people that want to help.  We want to gain more customers because of service and don’t want to lose any due to the lack of it.  But there are some customers that come in looking for a fight.  That from the beginning want us to be the bad guys.  We never get a chance.  Because I’ve been on the other side, I like to give businesses a chance.  Several chances.  And so far in this industry 9 out of 10 people have made right was wrong.   I can name those that left me hanging on one finger.  Most are having the same problem most businesses are having.  Either lack of focus on caring for the customer of a particular individual, or in general, not enough people to fulfill that focus.    Here are today’s names. Click to see current prices

GreatMeetings.com Has some age and some bids. I don’t like it at this price but that doesn’t really matter does it?

WoodenEgg.com I actually like this as a brand. No bidders

OJX.com At this price it would be a steal

ExcellentTickets.com A bit long but memorable. No bidders

85DB.com These NNLL are starting to get bids. $12 but bids

NFWI.com Not For Work International

Binetics.com Sounds like a biotech company

CreativeSignal.com For $12 I’d put it on my site that sells brand domains

BarkingFly.com Nobody is going to misspell or forget this one. No bidders and 15 years old

IvanDrago.com “Why do they cheer for him?” Can’t believe there are no bidders. Ridiculous

YRRR.com Over under is $2K right now on Triple repeaters. They have gone everywhere from $1500 to $3500 depending on letters

HA2.com Worth more than the $260 bid IMO

GoldView.com People love names with the word gold in the name

9VD.com The only kind of VD I would like to get

CloseEverySale.com sales and marketing all the way. One bidder

TNU.org At $500 at press time

ZCS.cc LLL.cc still doing well

YouAss.com So many uses

RaiseTheWage.org I figure there are a lot of people that want to raise wages

FuseStack.com Sounds techy

Flickster.com I thought this was already a website

DownStatus.com Perfect for a is it down website

DigitalBeauty.com Getting bids. I find it kind of beautiful










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XTechnique.com   No reserve, at $6 and will sell.  X is a great holding letter.  Everybody has a technique but X technique may take you to a whole new level

Console.com   A heck of a name.  I imagine the reserve is high

GreenCars.com     Everybody wants to feel green.  Point out the cars that will make them feel greener


Frozen.com   Every girl under 8 wants this one

Compliment.com  A wonderfully positive name.  Next bid should take it

VEPE.com   a nice CVCV which seem to be doing well right now

LoudWeed.com   Just take a trip to Colorado or Washington and you’ll see why weed and canna names have so much value

CannabisMag.com   Ditto

DECP.com      Upgrade name for a few organizations

Eyebrow.com  Nice one word domain as well

ParisFrance.com  Get the whole city

BUVU.com   Officially a CVCV

Bemmy.com   I would’t pay a lot but its a nice brand at the right price


WFER.com    Wafer

AmazingEbooks.com   People are busy. They don’t want just eBooks, they want Amazing eBooks

NKKN.com   Cool looking name

10Steps.com   You can go a long way in 10 steps

7S.cc   Getting great bids.  dot cc still holding it together

Las-Vegas.com   I know it has a dash but a pretty valuable city so it has some valuable

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1 comment

  1. Keith DeBoer

    I agree Shane. We (the domaining community) often spend too much time tearing each other down instead of supporting each other and expanding our marketplace. OK, some forums, blogs, marketplaces and domainers are “better” than others. But they are all part of this niche industry. It doesn’t mean we have to like all of them. It doesn’t mean we coverup for scammers. It doesn’t mean we can’t criticize and give feedback for improvement. But attacks and condemnation are not productive in my opinion. In the end I think we just shoot ourselves in the foot when we take that kind of approach.

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