Domain Spotlight:

Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday, July 5th, 2021

It takes 40 gallons of Sugar Maple sap to make one gallon of Maple syrup. I’m working on a project with a partner on making maple syrup and selling it on SugarMaple.com. She didn’t realize how much you had to cook down. I told her that’s really how everything in the world is. It takes 40 of something to get good one. It’s the same for domains. You sell maybe 4 per hundred each year if you’re portfolio is good. Maybe 7 if its great. Probably going to sell 2.

I had the same conversation with new production workers. They couldn’t believe that it takes 7 years for some plants to get big enough to sell. Time is how you make money. You can buy your way into it by buying bigger starts/seedlings. But all you are doing is trading time for money. The best return is waiting. The key is to continue having crops and income coming in each year. Reinvesting now for the future. It’s easy to take some of the money and use it for other things. But all you are doing is taking away your future income. Of course there is a time to stop reinvesting and start diversifying or just cashing out. That’s a decision that is personal. Every person has different needs. The problem is people think their needs is just more money and the don’t have the patience or the knowhow to set themselves up for high margin profits each year. And people like me that understand it are too busy making it happen to teach someone how and why they can do it too.

Domain of the DayLeadz.com Big name on the board today. Leadz generation

Quote of the Day: “No man ever steps in the same river twice for it’s not the same river and he’s not the same man”. – Heraclitus

Park.io Names at Auction or Available for Pickup

PetFood.io Don’t see non tech product sales on dot io very often but this is pet food. Pretty big market

LRON.com I think some are going to see this as iron but good letters even with the L. Just night as solid . 1998 Birthday

Xurg.com Another nice dot com Park.io picked up. Watch out Dropcatch

CTS.vc was looking to see what LLL.vc have sold on Dan. Truthfully its been keywords not LLL (APX.io for $9900) but still worth keeping an eye out because there are a lot of acronym venture capital firms .

Organic.ly This will probably make it to auction but worth a try

Namejet, Sedo, and Catched.com Names at Auction

MicroSpeed.com 1995 birthday. Taken in 23 extensions

Thurman.com Popular names so its inevitably going to be a company name as well

HighYield.net Dot nets are super hard to sell but really good keywords here for crypto and farming of all types

CarpetCleaners.net Keywords are pretty nice. Dot net usually needs a good buildout

EF9.com Short CCC.com which is good enough for any

Cerealist.com I do love my cereal . NO reserve

RailStream.com 17 years old. No reserve, no bid auction

ArtsOffer.com Bid at $20 with no reserve. Got 218 visits last month

Godaddy Domains With Bids

BamCoffee.com start your day off with a Bam

TheCry.com Sounds like a movie or book. I’ll throw in band name, fashion brand

TheMount.com I like this one much better. Moutain

ZBCP.com Seeing the price that good letter LLLL.coms are getting it reminded me to raise them up a little

MindStretch.com Not the best name but has the most bids on the board today. Mind widening is something everyone needs

Mazor.com The name of a big medical robotics company. I imagine this is the driver here

Hermina.com Many thin this is how you spell Hermoine from Harry Potter

OverheadMyth.com Highest price on the board. Obviously not for the name alone

SeeWhatsNext.com Marketing name all the way

Snippt.com A little bit of a shortened version of Snippet

SafePlugs.com I am surprised that plugs haven’t really been improved in 60 years

BeingHuman.org Most of us are but most are coming for the old links and history of the previous site

DipCoin.com A coin that automatically buys itself back on every dip?

The Rest of the LLLL.com

BXTQ.com

BZLR.com

DWFD.com

JRLT.com

KVTZ.com

LROX.com

QCNE.com

TVSF.com

TQNT.com

UHSV.com

Godaddy Domains with One or No Bids

EnFibre.com

RoGames.com

Whood.com

123Healing.com

FlopOut.com

Juliaa.com

TheDailyMan.com

LightGuards.com

PayStick.com

Rembia.com

Corporate.cc

CropBuzz.com

GoodDividend.com


The Rest of the Godaddy Names with Bids

03909.com
08376.com
555800.com
AddressValidation.com
Animadores.com
Apamonitor-digital.org
ArabidopsisBook.org
Ascsdc.org
AtlantaCodeCamp.org
BestCordlessDrillsPros.com
ChildrenLawyer.com
ChristineDavis.com
ChristineMoore.com
Claser.com
CookingWithCaitlin.com
CoreEducation.com
CripToshOping.com
CryptoTerminal.com
Cyber-Aspect.com

DublinSeo.co
EastConsulting.com
Eneris.com
FastPumps.com
GenderInscience.org
GetPainted.com
hoslotcarracing.com
hub-la.com
Indoartikel.com
institutpolski.org
IslamicEncyclopedia.org
krell-software.com
Loyakk.com
LTing.com
MartHasHerbary.com
MaryWright.com
MedicineMatch.com
MunchkinSandwich.com
MyLove4Writing.com
Nanainanurses.org
PCTNew.org
PetMug.com
RealBuck.com
Room100.com
sb789.com
SeamlessSocks.com
Segundaguerra.net
ShopExplorer.com
SolidPrinciples.com
TheHookSite.com
TresherManasonk.com
tv-opas.com
usgbcnj.org
WeOrg.com
West-Alabama-Ice-House.com
WhatSonTheMenu.com
WinHosting.com

Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. We Charge $10 per name per day. We may be able to help. If you have an auction you want to promote, email us for details.*All names chosen by us, Shane and Josh . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything we say is based on our own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or our opinion is correct. We hand choose the names but we are paid to make this list by both the auction houses, individuals that are auctioning names, and Godaddy affiliate links. Keep that in mind and only buy names that YOU think are good.

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