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Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday, November 7th, 2022

One of the things you learn from marathon running is you can spend months and months of pushing yourself every day only to have race day with horrible weather. Meaning you will probably finish but have zero chance of meeting your goals from the very first step. Those that just have the goal of just finishing have it easy. The only goal is to finish and make it through without hurting yourself. Race number 2 is where it begins. Chasing times becomes the new goal. Those goals could take years. My initial goal was to finish. Then to break 3:30. Then to qualify for Boston. Then to break 3 hrs. I was fighting genetics and age on all accounts. It took me 13 years to reach those goals. 13 years. I got faster 13 straight years and I’m 53 and a big lug of a body. But I am patient. I pick apart the issues are one by one and try and figure it out. It’s pretty much the only thing I do now where the only thing holding me back is me. Sure there can be an injury but that too is generally dictated by how you train. Proper training generally helps avoid injury

This past weekend I had teammates running the Indy marathon and NY. Indy had 40 mph winds and NY was super hot for November. Both leading to “bad” times and everyone knew that despite having their best training season ever they were not going even to come close to their best times. Except for one person. He was already a great runner but somehow took off 20 lbs and lifted for 6 months and came back like superman. Ran a 2:48 marathon into the heavy wind at 50. This was after running 2:50 a month ago in Chicago. He had broken 3 hrs a couple of years ago but was having trouble breaking it again. Until he didn’t. We have all been hitting the gym since he stepped into our training group. We saw incredible improvement with a perfect diet and weightlifting and immediately followed suit. Because no matter how the test goes, the training and lifestyle lead to way more important things than just putting down a good time. Let those thoughts guide you in all your endeavors. Even if what you are striving for doesn’t come to fruition. The preparation, actions, and what you learned during the process will still make you better for the next things that enter your schedule.

Quote of the Day: “I’m sick of following my dreams, man. I’m just going to ask where they’re going, and hook up with ’em later”. – Mitch Hedberg

Domain of the Day: PerfectCar.com Most bids on the Godaddy board today. Perfect name for selling cars

NaturalMeat.com + FiletMignons.com as a combo deal. Get the pair for $10k. Contact us via the contact link at the top of the page if you are interested, and we will hook you up with the seller.

Click on any of the links to see current price

Namejet, Sedo, and Catched.com Names at Auction

PremiumCleaners.com Tough day at Namejet. Not many no reserve names available today. Here is one that is pretty good if you’re in that industry

SevenSaints.com One of my favorite restaurants here in town. Not sure that gives it value . No reserve

RailShipment.com Rail is one of the most affordable shipping methods and grows every time diesel goes up

MetaverseTrends.com Solid newsletter or website name. At $100. Worth more IMO

4.media Pointed it out last time. Still like it

RepBuild.com No bids at $79. Way easier to type than reputation builder

Godaddy Domains With Bids

V87.com LNN dot coms at auction always crush it. But put it up privately and it will be 1/5 that

Mentorly.com At $2K because of mentor

TSII.com About to cross $1K. Domains are starting to heat up at auction. Prices at an all time high

BuyMedicine.com An interesting group of BuyProduct domains.
BuySneakers.com
BuySportsGear.com
BuySunglasses.com
BuySwimwear.com
BuyTickets.net
BuyWines.com this one doing really well. Could cross $4K

SocialQ.com I never take any social Qs

K45.com and L57.com Not doing as well because they don’t have 8s in them

SmartFilms.com Taken in 41 extensions and 84 domains have some form of it. Smart always makes a good brand

ArtPulse.com Art is at peak

ArtistX.org ditto

Rexan.com 5L taken in 18 extensions. $800 is the over under and I think this goes over

Parki.com Taken in 48 extensions . The number one result on Google is exactly what I though it would be. A parking app

EpicKitchens.com The name exudes that its going to be a great kitchen

EuroRace.com Foot, bike, or car

TheFarmStand.com Exudes home grown

RateShark.com Already sounds like a big brand that can get you good mortgage and loan rates

NothingButLove.com Such a positive name

WealthRevolution.com Everyone loves the thought that they can also become rich

Pocto.com Another 5L.com today

Pibbles.com Sounds like a Hamster’s name

RFMLandscaping.com We talked on Sherpa about how man names are being used for Landscaping and Lawncare

Godaddy Domains with No Bids

Tabric.com

LiveMeters.com

LookDev.com

GetADelivery.com

FlyTrader.com

Bega.org

MetaFlex.org

FreeInsurance.net

ePython.com

LawnFree.com

The Rest of the Domains from Godaddy

789cp.com
adiajewelry.com
aerielcolleen.com
AffordableGadgets.com
airportautovt.com
ajustbrewcoffee.org
AllianceFamilyPracticEva.com
ApolloGate.com
Applications.me
AsianNoodleTogo.com
atvnation.com
atvtrailersstore.com
BackyardGardenersNetwork.org
BeautyUnleashedHair.com
bgcsavannah.org
Blade.me
BlizzardYarnAndFiber.com
bongdatructuyen.net
BoyAndBunting.com
BridalGarden.org
Brussels-Sprouts.com

CallItAday.com
CareerClarity.com
carriebwellness.com
CaseyKingHomes.com
cattoyz.com
CloudPot.com
CobbCineBistro.com
ConatusPharma.com
CopyRapid.com
cpbldi.com
csswayne.org
DanishCountry.net
dattas.com
DeepBlueBuy.com
DesignLondon.net
dirtyri.com
DreamTest.com
dtlconferences.org
ecommercesuccess.com
EmployeeAppreciation.com
ExpertGear.com
FattyTeens.com
First-Launch.com
gdwon333.com
GiftChoices.com
glennsrestaurantwilkesboronc.com
GrapeFinance.com
habibiucf.com
HocksAutoRepair.com
Hollywood-Underground.com
HomeCarts.com
HomeZones.org
ik6.com
institutoperro.com
ItsAaron.com
ItsDigitalEra.com
JacksonvilleIce.com
JamesBrothers.com
jcsdms.org
joseoconnors.com
Kids4KidsWithCancer.org
KingsJuiceBar.com
kucasino99.net
Lakeside-Apartments.com
LebanonClawSandPaws.com
LiteratureAndLibation.com
LotusNailSpa.net
miltonborba.org
mimis.net
MyDixhillsDiner.com
MySpineCracker.com
myversacamm.com
Office-Planner.com
OperaLancaster.com
OpticsDirect.com
PalmsVilla.com
ParadiseInternationalTax.com

PatriotSolutions.com
pescachubut.com
PetRunaways.com
PilatesPlusUnlimited.com
PlusCar.org
pointroyal-fl.com
PreferredImageSalonDaySpa.com
PurifierOnline.com
rancholascaobas.com
RealTutoring.com
rjgoodies.net
RobinMcgrawRevelation.com
RomSoft.com
SalvageYard.net
ShopSaltCreek.com
skrubbler.com
sodamkoreanrestaurant.com
sportigi.com
StopHarassment.com
sunlou.com
SunriseMotel.net
SureSport.com
SweetSerenityChocolates.com
TasteOfOviedo.org
TeeGardenStudios.com

TheHouseWhisperer.com
tiengtrungnoda.com
ToledoEarlyCollege.com
Trendiness.com
TruckExport.com
ucoh.com
ultrakulture.com
UrbanDoors.com
UseVerse.com
uzfh.com
VegasMontessori.com
WelkResort.com
WorkerTraining.com
YorkHarborMotel.com
ztqs.com


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One Reply to “Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday, November 7th, 2022”

  1. You are an inspiration, Shane. Wow.

    Yeah, “…LNN dot coms at auction always crush it. But put it up privately and it will be 1/5 that” What is up with that? Always SO much more expensive when at expired names. I often follow my drops when they come up at auction. I drop them because they have zero interest at any price….But…when they go on expired, they get bid up up up. WTF? Huge Domains grabs most of my drops (and, I find that they are the winners of most of the auctions I back out of and lose).

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