I watched the latest DomainSherpa while I was going through today’s list. It was longer than normal, but I appreciated the extra content. I know a lot of shows try and stick to a time frame, with the thinking being that too much and people will lose interest. I don’t think this is the case anymore, it’s not for me anyway. I don’t think this has to do with people not being able to pay attention for long periods of time, but more so that people are now conditioned to do numerous things at the same time. Just like Cyger running while listening, and myself doing the lists, people just don’t sit and do one thing at a time anymore.
Ever watch a room full of people try and watch something on TV, or have a meal together? For the most part they’ve adapted to multitasking, for better or worse. It’s watered down comprehension and retention, but I still think there’s value to it. Radio is still alive because of the concept and podcasts are popular. While there’s more and more video streaming options I prefer to listen while I do other things. We probably lose some level of productivity on each task, but I think we’ve trained ourselves to tune in and out, depending on what’s being communicated, or what our interest level is and any given time or subject.
I don’t think I’ve watched TV just to watch TV in years, I’m always doing something else. I guess that’s a good thing. I think that’s why I like going to the movies, it’s one of the only times where I focus on the film and treat it as a full viewing experience rather than background noise.
I know I miss out on all kinds of things by not watching with an undivided attention. Sometimes I go back and watch the Sherpa shows without doing anything else. There’s a ton of communication and understanding that isn’t verbal. Facial expressions and body language can give us all kinds of information and depth to what’s being said.
The point to all of this, and I think it’s a good one, is that being cognizant of these concepts is important. For example if I’m having trouble with a concept or need to learn something important, I need to shift my approach to certain material and be more deliberate in how I receive it. If I’m having trouble with some aspect of the domain industry I need to change my approach from passively hearing information to actively listening to the information.
I see this all the time at work, whether it’s precepting students or watching someone study for an upcoming test to a certification class. They think they’re studying by putting time in, but with no discernible attempt to focus on the material or reduce distractions. I think simply pausing and deliberately thinking about what they’re doing and what their goal is would help them learn better. Sometimes just being aware of the situation is the only boost that’s needed.
Worst domain of the day with bids: SimplyWorkScore.com It seems like over half of the Godaddy names with bids on any given day, are the ones with backlinks profiles. This domains is currently at $338, there’s 277K backlinks but only 65 referring C-block ip’s. That’s not a good ratio. There’s also no listed Godaddy traffic number. That means that bots don’t even visit this domain. I can’t believe that people are still paying this much for domains just based off of the backlinks. What are they doing with them? What am I missing? Are blog networks working again, has there been some spike in parking revenue from spammy traffic?
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- Short Brandables Numbers One Worders Vape, Vegan, VR
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The No Bid List
AllBrave.com a site that only talks about brave people
BackYou.com I got your back, don’t worry
BoneDonkey.com No idea, but Bone Donkey sounds like an IPA
CandyFund.com fast track to diabetes
DevelopSolar.com the concept that takes solar to the next level of efficiency
DigitalVallet.com It’s a help service for all things digital
DoCorrect.com Don’t do things the wrong way
DoNursing.com A call to action nurse hiring name
EasiestWork.com Want an easy job? This is the easiest
FindEnjoyment.com Hopefully you’ll be able to find enjoyment doing the easiest work
FindImmediately.com no more long hours of searching
GotOriginal.com Makes me think of a site for something that has a lot of fakes, with limited originals
GunStat.com A info site on guns
IllRiseUp.com Your own personal prophetic proclamation of future success
ImpactDiet.com sounds like a hard hitting effective diet
IncredibleBroker.com Who doesn’t want to be an incredible broker?
IntoUnknown.com Into the unknown, a site about adventure or maybe death. Take the “the” out for a shorter domain
LedgerCrowd.com Crowd sourced blockchain
LittleAthlete.com sports and kids, very popular
LoveEverytime.com The brand for something that never gets old
MagicShit.com Maybe it glows, talks to you, or gets up and walks away?
MightyScrub.com The cleanser with power
NeedHere.com This is where we need it, right here
OnlineMoment.com A site like archive.org, it tracks online moments
ProsperHigh.com Get high and do work
RecordOfHealth.com an app that tracks your health records. This would be great in the event something happens to you and need medical help. Do you know how many people don’t remember all their medical history or the medications they take. Also would work well if you’re unconscious
RenewNotice.com Those pesky emails that come, reminding you to renew your domains
RespectableMe.com If you need a domain to tell everyone how respectable you are you’re probably doing it wrong
SilentDesire.com those things you really want, but you can’t or shouldn’t talk about it
SmartAssignment.com It’s not just busy work, it’s something that needs to be done the right way
SoYouShould.com An indecision helping site, should I or shouldn’t I do that?
SpaceTactical.com Tactical gear for the Space Force, probably light sabers and blasters
SureSteady.com Nice brand I like it
TakeItForYou.com Have trouble taking tests? These guys will take it for you
ThinkingItOver.com When you’re not sure what to do, this site helps you objectively weigh the pros and cons
UniversalAward.com An award for anybody or anyone, no idea what it’s for, probably for nothing, if you feel like you need to give someone an award but have no reason, give then the universal award
UniverseWallet.com The wallet that lets you hold every token in the universe
VaultFirm.com The company that’s all about vaults
WorldProsper.com World wide growth and profit
ZBrew.com Brew with a Z
Your LLLL.coms of The Day
LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s
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