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Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday, October 10th , 2021

I know they sell. I know people have had great success selling them. I list them here on the list for people to see. But I still don’t like dot co. It goes against everything I preach in marketing. Its too close to dot com. I think you lose more traffic to dot com with dot co than you do with dot xyz or dot finance even. It’s confusing. It may mean dot company but its also a typo of dot com. My opinion doesn’t matter at all other than I don’t buy them and no company or site I would build would have it. There are 20 extensions i would pick in front of it. And I truly believe that the newest generation on the Internet have started accepting alternative tlds. The probable is that it’s really difficult to invest in that many domains because there are so many tlds. So it’s tough to invest. You have to pay attention to trends. Like what are the new NFT projects using? What are the apps using as an online home base? I am paying attention and trying to get a jump there. In my onion the future there is way better than dot co. My opinion only.

PS: Roll Tide. What a great run the last few years. This was a young team and they were bound to lose at some point. Better now so they can be ready for Georgia down the road

Domain of the Day: Solid sportsbook name. Now that sports betting is legal in most states the profits are rising. But people are gambling on EVERYTHING now so younger people aren’t gambling on sports as much as they thought they would.

Quote of the day: People who wonder if the glass is half empty or full miss the point. The glass is refillable.” – Unknown

Click on any of the links to see current price Names at Auction Sounds like a NFT project Nice to have a moment of this every once in a while Park doesn’t catch many dot coms but it caught this one Oh Boy, we got an expert here fellas Muscles get stronger with training. The brain is a muscle

Namejet, Sedo, and Names at Auction CVCV dot io. Maybe worth the $226. Maybe. Make the buy your own. Don’t listen to me Ending in C gives it more value IMO We know what the next art gallery is going to have in it I used to think the word online was redundant but its used all the time Getting some good bids for a dot mx

Godaddy Domains With Bids Most bids on the board today and the top price. Taken in 46 extensions The biggest industry in the world All yours. I have all the bee shop names I can use People underestimate how many lawn and maintenance companies there are in the world Business and financial forensics 2007 type name where they drop a letter to save money Makes no sense. Best Wishes yes. Still registered in 40 plus extensions Sometimes begging works as well as acting tough One of the top 50 well known breeds of dogs Good letters . Taken in 11 extensions so from that standpoint lower tier. $500-600 imo If your initials are CC this is pretty strong taken in 144 extensions but as I said, dot co meh I like it as a brand. Sounds like a clothing company people like payment but LOVE early payment. Payment processing all the way Vacation rentals is the only choice here Boring and special at the same time Godaddy values this one at $4K

Godaddy Domains with One or No Bids

The Rest of the Godaddy Names with Bids

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