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Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday, November 27th, 2023

A great domain only reaches its full potential with a great company behind it. A great company only reaches its full potential with a great domain in front of it. A domain on its own has only potential. Perhaps it makes a little money in parking revenue but to completely realize its value there has to be a business that can utilize it for marketing. Domains are powerups in their marketing campaign. Some domains are so good they are the business. The focus. Some are just force multipliers.

On the contrary, a business can succeed and thrive with a poor domain. But they could be even better with a premium domain. They can’t always be more profitable. Some businesses don’t have the revenue or revenue model to be able to afford a million-dollar domain but that doesn’t mean they wouldn’t be better with it. They would be better, it just doesn’t make financial sense…….yet.

As I work with companies it’s generally not my job to teach them how to run their company. I merely let them know how it can help and get in their brain so when they finally figure it out they come back to me. That’s hoping their competitor or some other company didn’t figure it out first.

Domain of the Day: Short and exudes on call doctor or teledoc

Quote of the Day: A fit body, a calm mind, a house full of love. These things cannot be bought—they must be earned.” – Naval Ravikant

Namejet, Sedo, and Names at Auction Pretty sure he and Tik broke up. 52 bidders Visually a great name and nice for people who like patterns as well Explains exactly what the product is for right in the title Love this for a risk management solution A bit creepy but yet it’s what so many men are looking for I like to quote him The dot org gives it all kinds of authority and it’s a name that needs it Only 5 bidders I now think liquidity pools in addition to swimming pools when I see this one Customer Service is all the talk with AI coming into play. I think you see a big drop in foreign phone banks Another multi billion dollar industry about to be tackled with new science Taken in 52 extensions so the dot co has some value Single Letter anything has some value Getting a ton of bids. Evidently they understand everyone wants a tip for everything now As short as a domain can get. Picked up another bid since last post I think next bid meets reserve Under $1000 Only $500 Sounds like a tech company

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Godaddy Names with Bids A bit generic but I get why all the bids. Its cannabis, big money The singular add a zero or two to the price Just watched a news segment on the growing popularity of the paw paw fruit. But this is being bid on for the backlinks The pattern is going to hit $5K at this pace Not that it matters but I sold back in the day Social management company or app The two ones push this over $20K at auction Online education and tutoring Online portfolio management software comes to mind first Great pickleball name Could be as well San Fran is still ridiculously priced which is good if you’re a seller My kind of brandab

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The Rest of the Domains with Bids

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One Reply to “Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday, November 27th, 2023”

  1. “At first, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos called his e-commerce company Cadabra Inc. He and his wife were also crazy about He then came up with the name Aard, with the intention of making it to the top of alphabetical lists. Finally, Bezos settled on Amazon.” (from the Reader’s Digest article You’ll Never Guess What Amazon Was Almost Called—and Why They Had to Change the Name).

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