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Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday, June 11th, 2021

Escrow.com

We are grateful for Godaddy affiliates but they are still screwing us. They are paying out the affiliates NOT on the click and the buy but on the pay. The cookie doesn’t close until payment and that allows any other site or add on like Honey to get the affiliate payment in between visiting this site and the time of payment. It’s ridiculous, stupid, and it steals from the sites that actually have led to a sale. It gives it to Honey or similar sites which have done absolutely nothing to help them sell names.

Godaddy is too big to care. Their employees do but their hands are tied. They can’t change policy, only make higher ups aware. “You guys are making good money” is what they are thinking. But that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t be making more according to their payout policy. The ONLY reason we don’t is because our commissions are stolen between click and buy and payment. And yes, we still make good money. We are having our best month ever. But it should be double. Double our worst month, double our best month. If they ever closed the cookie at winning the auction it would be. Which is a reminder. If a site helped you find a name, click through it before paying. Not just our, any site that helped. Payments should go to those that deserve it.

Quote of the Day:

Domain of the Day: AskTheExpert.com Every TV and Radio Station, and the paper has this section

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Park.io Names at Auction or Available for Pickup

Keyholder.io Super nice crypto name IMO

Drumstick.io Chicken or percussion

Brew.ly We still doing dot ly

5K.vc All I think about is a 5K race. But it is short and memorable

Oats.io The kind of name that does well on .io

Namejet, Sedo, and Catched.com Names at Auction

eBanking.es Only 3 bidders. Closes today

TheTree.io Tree.io went for $6K. This ?

RedShop.com Taken in a whopping 70 extensions

GroundHealth.com Love this one for soil nutrition. Farmers are big into this

KDEC.com Might meet the reserve if is on the low end

OddBet.com All props, all the time

Godaddy Domains With Bids

QVIT.com 4Ls are starting to heat up a little. The better ones at least. Not sure why this one is getting so many bids. Lets just say its crypto

BRDM.com Boredom

CryptoTemple.com Build it and they will yield

TaxGo.com Tax software all the way

LushGardens.com Right up my nursery

BicycleCentral.com I think bikes and eBikes growth is huge over the next decade

BuildingAnEmpire.com Probably going to be digital

BitPearl.com Bit anything at this point

2w.org and 6j.org Two super short CC.org

Moldo.com I used to live off this keyword add an o at the end type names

MetaGirl.com Someone is going to want this. Not huge value but they are going to pay in crypto

NeonRainbow.com Easy logo

PMMO.com

HCDW.com

BNSD.com

NBNP.com

Those are the best of the LLLL.com IMO

WallStreetCasino.com What they call the stock market

NoFin.com No Further Information

Godaddy Domains with One or No Bids

NuFruit.com

Amidex.com

PrimeOxygen.com

Kriis.com

URHired.com

PNCEnergy.com

Plaid.us


The Rest of the Godaddy Names with Bids

00338.com
05611.com
08371.com
08928.com
163Disk.com
42466.com
42669.com
66486.com
72266.com
74220.com
901999.com
94730.com
ActBaseball.com
Agasobanuye250.com
ArtLifestyle.com
Astoria-Usa.com
Athar-Centre.org
AXCE.com
Bigsi.com
bkhiphopfestival.com

CoastalWaterSinn.com
CutyDoll.com
DoSeries.com
DustyRevenge.com
eGlug.org
eSuites.com
EverydayHr.com
Expira.com
FLFK.com
FPYR.com
FRGH.com
FundRaises.com
HappyFilm.com
Haraz.com
Health4m.com
HomeOfWine.com
iSuites.com
IXAO.com
JewishPoliticalGuide.com
Joaa.net
KingAndGrove.com
kk69.com
Kutudrama.com
levuvuzela.net
MarketplaceLender.com
MetroDetroitMovers.com
MiraGem.com
NeatDesign.com
NepalBar.org
nswbc.org
Ogtea.com
OldComputer.com
ooztech.com
OurStoryBridal.com
PremiumBeautyFillers.com
PrimeOrganic.com
PureAthletics.com
RationalistInternational.net
ReducedPrice.com
RockcreekMarina.com
Schloemer.com
Serpstream.com
SmartSpacers.com
socialintelligencehr.com
Solar-ec.com
spsilverpublishing.com
StateStimesReview.com
StoryCab.com
Telsiz.com
TheModernDayPirates.com
TheTimesPost.com
virals365.com
viviendomadrid.com
Zilas.com
ZWWA.com



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3 Replies to “Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday, June 11th, 2021”

  1. Given your readership though, won’t most readers be part of Domain Discount Club or whatever and _not_ be using things like Honey? Or is Honey stuffing the cookie somewhere in between?

    1. From the limited research we have been able to do, the Honey browser extension stuffs the cookie in between even though there is no benefit for DDC members on pricing . Maybe it is similar to the way GoDaddy tells a DDC member that they are getting a great price on a renewal and shows them the coupon code even though the coupon code isn’t involved in the price.

  2. Back in the good old days, companies that had good affiliates, and didn’t want to lose them, would partner with the affiliates that were sending them the best leads and develop closer marketing/advertising relationships with those companies. GD has hundreds of people on staff that COULD be creative with your site and other sites and build a much better relationship. CJ and affiliate programs are a good start to building the relationships and verifying it’s not fraud but a super lazy way to do things.
    Maybe another smart company will see this as an opportunity and step up. HINT HINT

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