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SHANE’S BIG LIST: Tuesday’s Domains at Auction or Dropping on February 11th, 2014

I have been doing a lot of searching for names over the past week and must say there are quite a few companies that have terrible search functions.  Take Afternic.  I am looking for CCC.coms.  It takes forever to find them.  There is no way to search for them.  I wish it were as simple as NameBio where you simply type in ccc  or nnl, or lnn and choose your ending.  To make it worse, every time I type in something different it sets the search variables back to default.  So frustrating.  It could be worse, I could be searching for a new gTLD.    Here are today’s names.  6 Spots left for the Book of 10.  Let Me Help You Sell Your Name  As generic as it gets.  17 years old  Evidently lots of people for “other” shots of the cute young actress they saw on TV.  I’ve gotten my quota just by watching Game of Thrones.  17 years old  Reminds me a Kramer. He was “Ass Man” if I remember.  Give this to your proctologist for Christmas.   You don’t have a proctologist?  African for “a child that comes and goes”  Thank you Rosetta Stone  Not sure of the value but easy to say and remember.  One bidder. 14 years old  I completely believe in trying to increase your serotonin levels.  My secret is dark chocolate.  Easy buildout on this name.  No bidders  What more people are looking for on the Internet than anything else. One bidder I’m not going to start listing a bunch of adult names like I have today but undeniably these names are getting traffic and wanted.  Not my style but it’s the style of a lot of people.  One bidder.  14 years old  The kind of 5Ls I love.  I prefer the names that end in vowels  This was originally purchased for four figures back in the day of type-in traffic.  Probably not getting back to that price soon but already a product and eventually will be a product that actually works  Online medication is going to be a billion dollar industry in the near future.  Right now it’s still the corner Wal-Greens  Here we go, the 4d printer craze.  This was actually registered last year  Great letters.  11 years old  A mantra for people that grow their own.  Also have seen seed to plate  which is 50K if you want the dot com Surprised this was under $25 at press time   The best selling Hot Pocket in China

Worthless Random Fact: A cockroach will live nine days without its head before it starves to death  Great letters and if you pretend hard enough is even pronounceable  Fairly popular last name and a typo for golf if you are an awful typer. 14 years old  Because naming your daughter Lily would be way to ordinary.  Oops turns out they have been naming girls Lillie for centuries after the flowers.  I should have known that  Could hit $4K or more  Here’s today’s future California wine name  Closes today. Ironically, I need a 50% off coupon to be able to afford it  Chinese, just buy it  I like it as a shoe store name but plenty of other uses  I like BitcoinLive better but anything bitcoin right now is money. Unless you bought bitcoins themselves last week.  Then you’d be down  Dirty texting has become the most common way to cheat.  I prefer not to lose half my stuff over some dirty pictures.  I’ll stick to Flappy Bird

HAVE A NAME AT AUCTION OR FOR SALE? Let me help you get more bidders and more views to your domain. If you have a domain at auction email me as I may be able to help you get more people to take at look at your sale. Also Now Taking Names for this FRIDAY’s DomainShane Book of 10. 10 Names that will be showcased here and on the top of every Friday. contact me for price and availability.

*All names chosen by me, Shane, and the goal of this list is to have all links be paid through commission (click through and purchase a name you like) or paid listing. Everything I say is based on my own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or my opinion is correct.


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One Reply to “SHANE’S BIG LIST: Tuesday’s Domains at Auction or Dropping on February 11th, 2014”

  1. “So frustrating. It could be worse, I could be searching for a new gTLD.” …………..Grab the pick and shovel and get yourself at least one “New G”…….. My six year old understands the “new G’s” so there is potential the newest generation embraces this expansion more than the “old guard”…….Geocities lost to MySpace, Myspace lost to Facebook, Facebook is losing to SnapChat…..Things change and domains may be part of that change…I said it before and here it goes again…New York did not lose value as we ventured West and made California. Consider New York as the dot com and California as the “New G”……Best to you and Cheers!

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