SHANE’S BIG LIST: Tuesday’s Domains at Auction or Dropping on October 15th, 2013

Oct 15 2013

All the recent Namebright publicity got me to thinking recently about the conflict of interest that a company has with its customers.  I have it with my nursery in the fact I have a landscaping company but we sell to over 100 landscapers.  It’s something I have to manage every day. They essentially buy from their competitor.  I solve this by pulling out of every lead or bid that one of my customers is also bidding.  We have to back out of hundreds of thousands of bids a year.  But my customers know that they are more important than a one time landscape.   Namebright’s owner is the biggest expired domain catcher in the world.  He uses all his registrars to try and beat customers to names.  I prefer a registrar that doesn’t.  I don’t mind them selling off the expired names but its hard enough getting names without your registrar bidding against you. Here are today’s names.  If it were just it would easily be worth this price  14 years old and almost 500 backlinks.  Would probably hit four figures without  I wouldn’t think this has any value but I’m married and have a daughter.  Women are crazy when it comes to weddings  Yes, I know.  I should probably be buying this one  A lot of money to be made in acne.  Ask ProActive   For $10 you do worse for a home buyer site  Ends in four so should end somewhere over $2K  I bet you can sell this for more than $12

Featured Offer – 32% off new products at GoDaddy! -CAD)  Because nobody is really looking for shitty jobs  Fairly big, very rich suburb of Chicago   Jokes on them.  I don’t own any movies  Expiring so make sure to backorder at a few different places

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  1. Kassey

    Maintaining trust with your competitor-customers is a tough job. The suspicion that you will steal their retail customers is always there.

  2. Andrew

    Adam – I totally agree. It’s scary when your registrar privacy protects their ownership of domains or hides it through another entity. That is shady. We don’t do that.

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