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SHANE’S BIG LIST: Thursday’s Domains at Auction or Dropping on Sept 5th, 2013

The talk of DomainFest back at the beginning of the year was how Frank Schilling was going to monetize the sales of the domains on Domain Name Sales.  As we all saw yesterday he added a BIN ability with a commission of 10%.  That should do it.  As Sedo and Afternic has proven, roughly 50% of all sales are BIN so he should make a few million dollars a year by adding this to the platform.  There you go, monetization.  He deserves it and the fee is cheaper than anyone else so I can guarantee I’ll be utilizing it.  Here are today’s names.

“Success is a lousy teacher. It seduces smart people into thinking they can’t lose”  -Bill Gates I’ll take it if nobody else wants it I would buy this one as well but not sure how to monetize it Where else can you get a piece of Brooklyn for $35? There is and will be something named The Happy Cow. It’s just too cute of a name. No 4 at the front or end so it should do well. Must have not met reserve last week. Up again and I hope it sells You know I think color + animal domains are good. Let’s see if anyone else agrees. 14 years old Memorable, short. Would make a good travel or restaurant ratings site Not sure how ville names are doing but no bidders and for $28 I’ve spent money on worse things

Featured Offer – 32% off new products at GoDaddy! -CAD)  I’m big on solar names. Good solar names, and this is one  Good acronym but all I can think of is the mascot of the Georgia Bulldogs  Ashley Madison  Not sure it’s worth a fortune but flower affiliates seem to be doing fairly well
Backorder Domains  Just went up for auction yesterday.  Dot info has been hot lately and this is a great name for a buildout.

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2 Replies to “SHANE’S BIG LIST: Thursday’s Domains at Auction or Dropping on Sept 5th, 2013”

  1. Are they clearing the transactions themselves like GoDaddy does for the $5K & under names for 10% total?

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