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Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday, January 24th, 2024

I was having a discussion with my Mom the other day about all the typos here. “Don’t you have a spellchecker?’ she said. I told her I do but I don’t use it. This is a blog. Some people need to have everything correct. When it comes to business and customers it needs to be correct. I’ve always approached this like friends talking in person. I’ve never worried about typos or grammar. For 12 years I wrote this at 9pm after working 12 hours, 6 days a week. My mind was full of ideas but my strings of thought a bit fried. A grammatical disaster yet you knew exactly what I had been trying to say. To many, it drives you crazy, to others embarrassed for me for my slopiness. Yet I know I can write better than 99.9% of the people on earth. Why so cocky? Because I see things that most don’t. Every moment I participate in life I see a story. I have a creativity and the ability to put together stories that most don’t have. I don’t know why. It’s been like that since I was little. Every moment, good or bad, with some creative writing, becomes interesting. I can hand all my writing to an editor and it can become great. I’d much rather have the great stories than the great grammar. I can hire someone to edit. The stories are the special part.

When it comes to writing for other people I get a little more nervous. I have trouble being someone else’s voice. When I sold WallStreet Fighter they flew me out to LA to teach 3 young men how to write like me. They thought the success of the site was my style and wanted to do more of that at scale since I had a full time job. It was a hard ask. I’ve written and done so many shows that you can type in “talk like Shane Cultra” and it knows the style. (although I think it does a bad job of writing like me, it merely becomes a “shoot straight” guy). In the end I couldn’t get them to write in my style (except for one guy but that’s a great story for another day). It was pretty fun watching them try. They had the wording down but what they lacked were the crazy ideas behind the wording. Something that only this mind could think of. The world is a better place because I don’t write poetry. I could write 10 pieces a day. In a mind that’s full of analogies and viewpoints, I could crank out “Ode to Taking My Mom to Master Gardener’s Class So She Doesn’t Bust Her Petunia on the Ice” poems all day long.

So thank you for putting up with my bad grammar and poor spelling. Thank you for listening to my stories. I know you read them. At ICA, everyone felt like they knew me. They have read this journal for 14 years. I share because I know many of you are going through the same thing. I share so you know there is a real man on the other side of these words. I share so you’ll buy some domains below and our sponsors will pay us. I share because I don’t care. I don’t care about grammar as long as you laugh or learn from the story above.


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Domain of the Day: ClassyCredit.com Upgrade name for a lot of companies called Classy Credit

Quote of the Day: “Writing is easy. All you have to do is cross out the wrong words”. -Mark Twain

Dynadot Aftermarket Domains

Sharefly.com The word fly hasn’t been used as much as it used to be but still a nice naming word

Groundswork.com Obviously groundwork is the better name but still a decently lawn service or landscaping name for the price which is cheap

AIMate.io Pushing it on the dot io but there are bidders

AdsForce.com Advertising business in some form or another

RoadKick.com Under $20 at press time

Sex.xyz Only $12K a year in renewal but we all know the value of Sex

Namejet Names at Auction (All No Reserve)

PowerPill.com I need to take this at night to get that little push at the end

RFAI.com The AI is the driver

RiverProperties.com Not sure if its a segment worthy of its own site. Probably

WealthCorp.com Great name for a financial management company

StillGoing.com Love this for an older age site. Especially a dating site

Taxr.com Decent name for tax software although it does make it sound like you are the one doing the taxing

FlyingBear.com. Tribe member or truckstop

TheFighters.com I’d watch this movie

EarthMonkey.com Another great brand. Fun

HistoryClass.com Reminds me of the Facebook and Twitter accounts I follow that post historic and interesting photos


Sedo and Catched Names at Auction

JournalBusiness.org Top number of bids on the Catched.com board today

Home.Social Biggest price on the Catched board

TinyDeals.co Tiny can add up to HUGE

AIFan.me AI can make any tld great

Ticket.cfd This is so ironic in that I was pitched the rebrand of CFD. It was literally the most undused TLD but they are trying to change that. Has bids

Alpha.nu Don’t know dot nu but I know alpha

Miku.co Nice CVCV

SEDO’s 4L.com auction is going much better than I thought. Here are the top names with one day left

XUSD.com I knew it would do well but never thought it would cross $10K

DPUB.com This one is almost at 10K as well and I didn’t even have it on my list of favorirtes

EPCE.com OK now I know I know nothing about 4L.coms anymore. Also over $9K

SWOR.com

GALD.com This 1/5 of the above and I thought it would be one of the highest

TVBE.com

OLNC.com

Godaddy Names with Bids

ChainBank.com Top name on the board as far as bids. Bank is not a word you’re supposed to use unless you are a bank but we’ll see

CryptoTrust.com This one on the other hand is going to fly

ActiveTrust.com Not as good as the name above but getting some good bids

CoinBank.org See above

FruitFactory.com What’s the number one fruit? Yup. Strawberry. It’s perfect

HelpMeBuild.com Home contractor, website builder

RCard.com 1998 birthday.

PointlessWasteOfTime.com a lot of irony in the name vs the price

LT5.com Us LLN.com holders like seeing this price

LucidBrains.com AI name?

EcoFest.com Conference with no straws or plastic

BeyondLiving.com pretty sure that’s death

Pixelsmith.com Looks better if you don’t capitalize the S

RightFlow.com Flow is a great keyword IMO. Even better if its the right flow

VFish.com teach a man to fish

MaximizeAi.com might be you need to have Maximize.ai Unusual that if you have the dot com you need to get the “better” name in an alternate tld

BringingHope.com Charity all the way

Brim.io Nice short dot io. The only kind you should buy IMO

CelticLabs.com pride in being Irish

RetailDoctor.com Don’t love it but taken in 22 extensions


Godaddy with One Bid or Fewe
r

RichAuntie.com

UAF.io

Yonana.com

FunScene.com

DriveYard.com

Cooled.org

Zeki.io

Tanoshimi.com

Homeopathy.me

CryptoTroll.com

BubbleHood.com

FetchLink.com

GamblingNews.io

YouChat.net

Notarize.me

Relax.media

The Rest of the Domains with Bids

22164.com
41784.com
77589.com
789988.com
87686.com
888bd.com
9990.net
AlgebraTeahouse.com
AllOilPaint.com
AlohaDirect.com
AmericaAbroad.org
BoldStore.com
ChiaNet.com
coinfiles.com
Coral-Rock.com
cr7footwear.com
EatDrinkDive.com
ebern.com
entrebrochasypaletas.com
f7v.com
FamousPotato.com
FlavorRun.com
FortuneGoodies.com
frasesgui.com
furber.com
GreenvalleyWellness.com
HandsGallery.org
hmnu.org
HypeStyle.com
IndexFairs.com
KatieRosenfeldDesign.com
kullabs.com
lc666.com
LegacyFurnitureStore.com
LinenVogue.com
luminx.com
MachineExperts.com
MadBabe.com
marinerscaycondos.com
MarysGrill.com
MentorGroup.com
MissionToCatholics.com
mtnviewgolfclub.com
MyBuggy.com
NetDial.com
ntdf.com
OccupyOurHomes.org
OpenMediaNow.org
OurFinancialPath.com
overlex.com
overta.com
Pearson.me
PetDays.com
prguru.com
RedwoodLabServices.com
sahaa.com
saharyalularesort.com
saminstitutions.com
SeeLocal.com
ShopAnser.com
SlogRoup.com
StreamBig.com
tablewala.com
TheNewMain.com
TouchdownWingsHuntsville.com
TradeCasa.com
TradePlay.com
ufvp.com
Us777.com
utdv.com
VietnamChildren.org
VirtualQuizEvents.com
vpcf.com
westgodavari.org
yiangaoxin.com
ZamboAnga.net
zx123.com





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