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Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday, February 10th, 2023

I was doing a little math on the 7% rise every year for the next 10 years on domain names. This also compounds. So in 10 years wholesale will be $20 on your domains. In 5 years it will be $14. It’s not a huge amount. If you have 1000 names its an extra $4K but if you have that many names, if you’re within $4K of breaking even you have bigger issues. Obviously at 10K names it becomes a much bigger issue and my guess is the result will simply be a lot of dropping domains. I think the expired domains sections will be much larger with more bad names than ever. Yet the reality is if the registration cost wasn’t up it would probably be in someone’s portfolio. The key metric will be growth of total names registered. We know its going up. It will always go up. But will the growth rate in dot com continue. My guess is in 4 years, you will see it really take a dive as the price starts to creep up to a price that truly effects decision making. I don’t think it gets there for a few more years

Domain of the Day: Not sure of the value but exudes passion

Quote of the Day: “If it can be solved there’s no need to worry, and if it can’t be solved, worry is of no use.” – Dalai Lama

Namejet, Sedo, and Names at Auction Can the domain overcome the tld? Play the anti AI route Can Ai be valuable on any tld? Cool looking acronym. Even better it has no reserve Reserve is over $2500 but I think it can get there Seller finally gave up and took off the reserve. Thank goodness have been some names on Namejet on there for months Look at this bid. Can’t believe it hasn’t met reserve Isn’t online redundant? You would think so but so many names sell with the word Online in them Speaking of online No reserve and not a bad opening for a woman A good buildout for helping people name their company and then you put affiliate codes to the registrars and logo makers, website makers etc You know I like this one. Reserve is too high though

Godaddy Domains With Bids Top “Raw” domain on the Godaddy board today. Can be more than a hunting or shooting name This name has all new Taken in 18 extensions. This name doesn’t excite me at all but 41 bids shows I know nothing about domains The lack of an S is bothering me All good letters. Taken in 15 extensions so average domain. Guessing it ends in the $900 range One of my favorite. You should give it to him. Although he’s a little dead Google first page is movie, bakery and tattoo place Its best to not have the resting version of this The two pairs is a pretty good hand Electric companies are being heavily evaluated now with energy costs soaring I’m done with e names but domain investors aren’t. GD values it at $4600 It puts the lotion on the skin Fun brand of food for humans or pets I’ll probably buy this. Good landscaping name At $100 at press time, I think this one is WAY undervalued. Buffalo burgers are delicious 1999 domain. You’re on the pulse of design Probably the biggest category of comedy

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2 Replies to “Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday, February 10th, 2023”

  1. They can only raise rates 7% four of every six years, not every year. But your overall point is valid. Might not be as big of a deal if inflation keeps up like this, though 🙂

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