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SHANE’S BIG LIST: Thursday’s Domains at Auction or Dropping on the 4th

A lot of great names up today.  From the short dot orgs at Godaddy to the CVCVs at Namejet there are going to be some big numbers hit today.   Here are some that I like and the daily quote.

“Whenever you find you are on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect”  -Mark Twain Great interior decorating brand. Just turn on the TV and you can see the value of decorating, restoration, and fashion names. 16 years old. It’s great to see how popular gardening and grow your own has become. I’m cool again Only one bidder on this dictionary name. My favorite letters of the two letter dot orgs ending today. And the price shows that others agree A close second Not getting much love at $35

$5.00 .COM and Free Private Registration from!  I think this one will cross $25K.  Something we should all try for each day  Toilets for little people?  I think my grandfather got this magazine  Good brand  Another that will do well.  The CVCVs are the NNNN.coms of 2013  An aging America makes this a valuable name  I think of mothballs when I think of old homes   Cheater and now a white guy.  This would take a hell of a lot of buildout but has great possibility

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3 Replies to “SHANE’S BIG LIST: Thursday’s Domains at Auction or Dropping on the 4th”

  1. God, the Sosa thing always creeps me the hell out. I realize a few unfortunate souls in Latin American regions, India and a few other places have cultural hang-ups about lighter skin but FFS, let it go.

    You’re Sammy Fucking Sosa. I can’t imagine you were having trouble getting laid. Why turn yourself into a freak?

    (and other than Josh Hamilton’s Home Run Derby in 2008, the great Roid Race of 98 between him and Mac goes down as my fondest baseball memory, even if he was a Cub)

  2. With the advent of the new gTLDS being introduced, its effect will severely impact the Search Engine Marketing Sector. According to MIT (Mass. Inst.Tech.) type-In traffic will be expanded rapidly and will be common place. Consumers are very reluctant to change and there are studies to prove that they will avoid doing business on a non-.COM site. This splintering and dividing of the Search Engine Market bodes well for a brilliant future, for Pure Play Generic .COM Profit Centers. M I T foresees Type-Ins, We foresee a seachange shift into .COM Profit Centers.

    Gratefully, Jeff Schneider (Contact Group) (Metal Tiger)

  3. @Jeff …. I see you posted this same comment on all the blogs.

    Can you provide a link to your MIT info. I can find it nowhere on the Net and it sounds as if you just made it up, especially since you quote has strange capitalizations like you use in all your posts.

    Incidentally, I have noticed type-in traffic going up year-over-year substantially on all domains except longtail domains, which are both going up and down.

    I have spoken about this before and I’m surprised others have not seen the same. However, there are very few of us traffic merchants in the domain space. Most are domain sellers for the most part and have no idea ’bout traffic patterns. Maybe I have just not been speaking to the right people.

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