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Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday, January 8th, 2021

Escrow.com

When I am writing a text or email I write it like its going to be made public at some point. I always tell my kid “write it like its going on the billboard at the Super Bowl halftime show. I do because it could. I keep all “don’t tell anyone” info to a phone call or in person. Sure a phone call could be recorded but its a much harder process and illegal in many places. I do this because I have employees. Employees that get mad ,share texts. I had one put one of my texts up on Facebook a few years ago. While it wasn’t terrible, it still wasn’t a good look for me. I should never talk down to anyone and in this text I was. I knew to use better sense and generally do ,but from that point on I assume it will be made public.

I still say things that would not make people very happy but I try and say things that I stand behind. That wouldn’t be embarrassed of down the road if it came out. I still mess up too often but every year is better than the last. I even give myself a kindness score every day to help remind myself to be better. I sure as Hell am glad that my 20 year old self didn’t have text or email to be recorded. It probably would have been ugly.

I actually have quite a few emails sent to other people that said some bad things about me over the last few years. Some people that are nice to me in person but said some rough stuff about me privately. Not sure why people send them to me with “I thought you should know” but I do appreciate it. It lets me know that someone is being fake with me. I have never called anyone out because I don’t want to cause a problem between the person that sent it to me and the person that said it. That and I want to show grace. I want to become a person that they like and respect and not someone they say bad things about. I’m not looking to be liked, but I would prefer to not be disliked. I also feel we all say things about people we don’t really know in moments. Judging them on Internet actions that we don’t have full info on. Very few people really know each other in our industry. We know their character they play on the Internet. It takes years and hours of conversation to really to get know someone. Even then it involves trust and assumption and that’s hard to give. But you should and I do. I just try to not put it in an email and text when I don’t.

Domain of the Day: Sidepreneurs.com Fancy word for the side hustle

Quote of the Day:When someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time.” -Maya Angelou

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Park.io Names at Auction or Available for Pickup

BlockChainDomains.io dot io is the preferred blockchain TLD

BestEver.co You better be good to have this one

Prove.gg Proving grounds

Yang.vc One of the most popular names in the world

Volt.gg Bring some energy into gaming

Namejet, Sedo, and Catched.com Names at Auction

Kiki.net “Kiki, do you love me”

Sema.io Taken in 156 extensions

ECR.io Great letters. Still not seen a lot of end users sales of LLL.io yet though

Floyd.io You want to own first names. They make great brands

Roach.io Love it as a brand. Hate them as a pest

Restroom.io My #1 or #2 favorite on the list

BigFella.com 55 bids already on this one

PWGL.com L for League

Hotmail.com.mx This thing gets massive traffic. Thus the big price

OGC.io Good catch for Catched.com

Godaddy Domains With Bids

ZSports.com Single letter + Sports is money. X and Z being two of the better letters

YourTransformation.com Everyone likes to improve

FastDrop.com Taken in 35 extensions. Godaddy has a $7K value. Top number of bids on the board today

ElectricBee.com Yeah, I’m probably going to buy it

NurseWork.com A bit odd to me. But everyone will know exactly what the site is for. Nursing Jobs

MealClub.com Think what Meal.club would go for then add a zero

ScooterBatteries.com Exact match. Electric bikes and scooters haven’t peaked IMO

VivaWorld.com 24 years old and taken in 15 extensions. There is a Viva World Cup too

Garrity.com Popular last name so you know its going to be the name of a lot of entities

APSC.org Sounds like an important organization right out of the box

AmericanCannabisNursesAssociation.org And this one needs an acronym

CollegeMouse.com Reminds me of the mouse education games but for higher level education

Hotelicopter.com Have no clue what this is. Stay the night in a helicopter? Price is probably for backlinks though. 5 wikepedia links

IRALab.com Help them save

3365.net and IWWF.com Two domains at $400 at press time. Which finishes higher?

Ocean-Sole.com and OceanSole.com Get you some beach shoes

PushQ.com Doesn’t mean anything to me but I like it

Rivelin.com Reminds me of the car company Rivian and the acne drug

XXXNetwork.com Build it and they will cum

WealthInnovations.com Love this one. Tools to help you build wealth

F5Media.com Another media name getting some action

Tibdy.com A 5L under $100 at press time

Backlink and Juice Names

RonnieWood.com 23 years old and 23K backlinks from a few hundred sites. Top price on the GD board today

RottenBroadway.com This broadway also closed. But tons of juice here

LakeSuperiorBrewing.com Better buy this. It went out of business but just got purchased in Oct. They probably will want the name

VassarPoliticalReview.com Not many backlinks but no way this price is for the domain name only. Must be some great .edu backlinks

Godaddy Domains with One or No Bids

Doc4U.com

ZippyAudio.com

6Acres.com

HappyAndLoved.com

CryptoNu.com

NewDomino.com

BrandElevator.com

WorldofGold.com

2Bitcoins.com

BestBeardOil.com

Hempour.com

CannaAds.com

Obuva.com

Blockti.com

4Dancing.com

TrainersToolbox.com

TheHappyHabit.com

ETHDog.com

SocialJackpot.com

The Rest of the Godaddy Domains with Bids

14924.com
14962.com
32373.com
361t.org
90485.com
alizhenzhen.com

AQCom.com
BeautifulDoll.com
BedbugDogs.com
BisteccaHouston.com
Bokissa.com
BookstoresNearMe.com
Boreco.com
Calimera.org
CardioCreate.com
CoalCreekArmory.com
Cofounders.net
Declass.com
DhinakKavalan.com
DonaWong.com
EastThirtySix.com
Ekonomist.me
FembotMag.com
FloridaEcoSafaris.com
FloridaSbloodCenters.org
ForexBinaryTrends.com
FreshInfos.com
FriendsOfEvergreen.org
GimpTips.com
GpsGazette.com
Grand-Cayman-Beach-Suites.com
GrapeLines.com
Gurvislaw.com
HartsLocalGrocers.com
HebronVillage.com
Herff.com
hg300.com
hg870.comIAmConway.com
JLE.net
Kriskobach.org
ModishBlog.com
MusicShield.com
MyKoios.com
NEBeginningFarmers.org
njsas.org

PlexPlus.com
PokeHerStars.com
QuickLearningPoint.com
r4i.com
Rigwell.com
RochesterWinterFest.com
Saoms.org
Secome.org

SideshowSignCo.com
SignatureStories.com
SkinAbrasion.net
SolidStateLight.com
SportsDivision.com
TheFootballMind.com
TheRadiologyBlog.com
TheRealEstateHub.com
ThunderShop.org
TrueTrucks.com
unitedwaynocs.com
UsCampus.com
Valuence.com
VertIceNews.com

x1i.com
zzsjgws.com





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