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Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday, February 6th, 2022

I made it to NC. Threw the dog and the wife in the car and headed south. It’s actually not that much warmer here, actually a bit colder up on the mountain. I really wish I had my Bronco because the roads are snowy, tight, and super steep. My Explorer does fine but the Bronco would eat it up. Evidently you’re not supposed to push new cars very hard in the first 500 miles and the mechanic and the dealer said not to take it. I had a ceramic coat put on it with a film on the front to prevent rock dings. I highly recommend it for your favorite vehicles. I had it done on the plastic and the windshield. I don’t even have to use the windshield wipers and the dirt just falls right off it. It also shines. Can’t wait to really drive it and even more, can’t wait for nice weather to take the top off. I’ve been working my butt off and looking forward to having a physical item to celebrate my work. I know. I know. I should just have the satisfaction of the success. That works for a few years and then you have to buy something

I have a question for everyone regarding domains. Do you all get tons of $100 offers on Dan every week? I get them constantly and the never go anywhere. Do you set your minimum higher or just end negotiation. Do your respond with price? Just curious how you handle it. Its annoying more than anything. I treat all inquiries seriously but these $100 offers aren’t serious. They are straight spam to me. How do you handle them?

One last thing. If you are a fan of Joe Ruiz and his art. Follow @TotaCollection on Twitter for his latest collection. The art alone is worth owning. I think its good enough to have a movie or a game made with the characters. He could use some followers and engagement. Artists aren’t great influencers and I’m no influencer. He’d love the follow

Also make sure to follow Sean who is now on team DSAD

Domains of the Day: EthLabs.com Gonna crush it. Trillions of dollars worth of stuff is going to be built on Eth

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Park.io Names at Auction

Esc.io Literally everything else

Boobs.gg Get more attention than they probably deserve

Invitation.to One of the dot to that works perfectly with the keyword

WB.vc I would think having a few LL.vc in your portfolio would be a profitable move. No data to prove my theory

Bravo.gg I think dot gg is about to take off. My opinion only, make your purchases your own

Trickle.gg Down the road but one of my favorites

Namejet, Sedo, and Catched.com Names at Auction

Automata.io Closing today. Make it automatic

Metaland.co This is going to do very very well

Tickat.com It IS how its pronounced

RIXA.com Would be a steal at its current price of $1000

MetaLotto.com All meta names seem to be doing well. Ok maybe not all but a lot more than I thought would sell

Work.Zone At this point these aren’t hacks. Just good use of tlds

JuiceGuy.com smoothies or steroids. 22 years old

DueNorth.com I know the person that dropped this and I would have bought it from him had I known

Barrels.com I buy them from Jack Daniels. Make good planters. Others are good for water barrels

SureControl.com Sounds like a chemical for weed or disease control

Godaddy Domains With Bids

iCheer.com I’ve worked with enough Cheer squads with fundraisers to know that this is a big big business

Cryptoonatics.com A bit long and weird but has crypto in it

88nn.com These patterns, especially with the 88 still get it done

Communist.org Most bids on the board today. China DOES have more people than anywhere in the world

eKate.com the online version of Kate

ArtistView.com NFTs made this valuable

RefriedBeans.com Love it as a memorable brand

Electr.com Feel like there should be more, just kind of ends. But this will still do well and its taken in 36 extensions so its a good name regardless of what I think

BeyondPolitics.com Nothing good has ever come from talking politics

SchoolPaper.com Feel like its going to help you cheat

FlexibleOffices.com What you need right now

MetaverseVirtual.com Going to do well. I hate it, so cliche

SoleAdventure.com Shoes, going to be shoes

Forest.tv Taken in 361 extensions so worth owning IMO

Reaz.com I see Arizona AZ here

Godaddy Domains with One or No Bids

FearlessInnovation.com

StreamBall.com

CoffeeWhere.com

Flimbo.com

Pluka.com

SquareKitchen.com

The Rest of the Godaddy Names with Bids

03023.com
19uc.com
44ff.com
AirMag.com
AngelsDemons.com
AnnaInstitute.org
BallroomDances.org
BattleHelper.com
BlindDogs.net
Carmoji.com
CibolaInternet.com
Cointr.com
Conchrepublicrocketts.com
ExecutiveEstates.com
FreeArticlePost.com
freemovies-hd.com
GolfRosehill.com
GrandstandCentral.com
GreenbayPackerNation.com
Highlandahs.org
KetoDash.com
KidsGuitar.info
LightWord-Design.com
LocalAccounting.com
MargeryCuyler.com
MayonnaiseSlacks.com
MeteorBooks.com
OpenTopic.com

RocketReturn.com
Shahid-anime.com
SocialCourt.com
southhoustontx.org
SoYoureGettingMarried.com
StpetersburgCarriages.com
SumSwap.com
TheGoAgencyUsa.com
TheHarrow.com
TheReviewStew.com
ThinkRock.com
ThriveAfterDivorce.com
TriangleCoalition.org
Tunacionpc.org
Ukapp.com
Urls.cc
WifiSpecialists.com
XXOO.org
Yidee.com
Zizian.com


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3 Replies to “Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday, February 6th, 2022”

  1. Hey Shane! I do get some of those low $100 offers on Dan.com too. I usually respond with a straight counter offer and no extra dialog. If I get a more serious offer (higher $$$) I like to engage in conversation and personalize the experience. With those $100 offers I just counter and forget it… they usually don’t pan out to anything. 🙂

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