On Tuesday I mentioned the Godaddy auction partners and Mike Cyger was kind enough to reply. I’ve added his comment below for those that didn’t see it. Mike makes a really good point with the Amazon example. Why would people go anywhere else if Godaddy is all they see and hear about.
Mike’s comment also made me think of the DNAcademy in general. For most people there’s a learning curve with anything that they’re trying to learn and master. The problem with a long, drawn out learning curve is that is cost time and money. Minimizing the learning curve is possible with the right tools. I’m not saying that you can’t learn how to be successful at domaining without paying for a course, there’s a lot of free info out there, but if there’s a one stop researched option why not take it?
I’m reminded of this 90% of the time I watch a DomainSherpa review. It baffles my mind what people submit for the review, it’s like they haven’t watched any previous episodes.
It’s like they woke up one day, found out there’s a thing called domains, registered 100 of them by noon and submitted the list to the DomainSherpa by that evening. While it may seem like I’m being a jerk, and I probably am a bit, there’s a crucial lesson here. Sometimes you need extra help to learn something, and the money that is wasted could pay for the course.
I actually think there will always be some level of learning curve, I think learning through failure is one of the best ways to do it. But there’s no reason you can’t limit the damage and take advantage of someone else’s work.
“Yes, NameCheap is now sending expired domains to GoDaddy Auctions. Here’s the reference where they started doing it (https://domainnamewire.com/2018/06/14/namecheap-starts-sending-expired-domains-to-godaddy-auctions/). And while I’m not tracking auction partners on the DomainSherpa reference page any longer, I am doing so within DNAcademy. Students can find it here: https://www.dnacademy.com/course/lifecycle-buying
I see smaller registrars sending their expired domain names to GoDaddy Auctions as a great way for them to bring in an additional revenue stream. But I can’t help but think that it was the same back in the early 2000s when small and large merchants alike added their products to Amazon as an additional revenue stream. It simply taught consumers to go to Amazon whenever they wanted anything.”
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Operated.com Single word, it’s past tense but still many uses. Makes me think of medical, machinery or maybe tactical
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AllTheEnergy.com Solar, Nuclear, wind, coal, gas, this company uses energy in all forms
AutomaticTire.com Don’t worry if it goes flat, it refills itself
BizSurvey.com This site collects data and conducts survey’s from businesses
BlockByChain.com Almost blockchain, but with an added word for the discount
BlockMight.com the strong block
ChooseForYou.com can’t decide? this service will choose for you
ClubClone.com Cheap golf clubs, they’re clones of the brand name clubs
CookItForYou.com A service that comes to your home and cooks the food for you
DeluxeTuxedo.com Formal wear rental
DemonPrince.com Sounds like a book or a video game
DoSpirit.com a medium or gear for highschool sports fans
DownWeGo.com A scuba diving brand
FeedDoctor.com A nutritionist
GetItAllOver.com A marketing name for a product that can now be found everywhere
GoodSandwich.com a restaurant chain that serves tasty sandwiches
ImpressHim.com Gifts for men that they will like
IsHandmade.com All handmade products
JiffyWallet.com A really fast crypto wallet
OnlyBlock.com A bunch of crypto type names below
RightScience.com a learning site for kids
SecretProof.com No secrets here, there’s video cameras everywhere. Sounds like a name for a PI service
SquirrelPie.com It’s an actual thing, but it almost sounds like a crazy brand.
SyntheticToken.com It’s not natural, made on the synthetic, non organic blockchain
TalkEther.com A forum for Ether and related tokens
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