WIN A FREE VIP TICKET TO NAMESCON With Domain Shane’s Daily List Today

Dec 06 2017

Escrow.com

Want to win a free VIP ticket to Namescon?  I’m giving one away.  As you read I won’t be able to go to NamesCon due to a mission trip to Africa.  But I bought a ticket .  So I asked NamesCon if I could give it away and they would transfer it to the new owner.  Not only did they say yes but they Upgraded the ticket to VIP.  To up the annie Escrow.com is going to throw in $100 cash to spend while you’re there.  They aren’t giving directly but they advertise here and since they have been so generous over the years I am going to some of the advertising money to the winner of this contest.   So here are the rules

Pick the final price of two names that are at auction

CoinZoom.com at Godaddy

Plunk.com  at Namejet

  1. The person that gets the closest total of the two names wins. You can go over ,  just give me a total for both names
  2. The person must put the total in the comment section here and you have until Thursday at Midnight US Central Time
  3. The person must use the ticket to get the cash.  The point is to get someone to NamesCon that might not have ordinarily gone
  4. If any company wants to throw a plane ticket in to the mix you would be a hero to someone and give them no excuses not to come
  5. Tie breaker will go to the oldest person of the two as they have less years left to live theoretically
  6. Must be over 21 to win because you can’t go to Vegas if you aren’t.
  7. Winner will have to give a speech in the middle of the NamesCon auction thanking all of us at DSAD.com (just kidding)

So get to guessing and get your Free NamesCon ticket

 

Quote of the Day: “Better to write for yourself and have no public, than to write for the public and have no self.”
-Cyril Connolly

Domain of the Day: Scalper.com   Fantastic trading name.  I am going to try to buy it.  My bid is in but I doubt it will stay in my range so I put it here for the people with deeper pockets.

 

 

Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction

CancerDoctor.com    Saving lives every day and more every year.  Reserve met

CoinDreams.com  Everyone is having them right now.  Just hope they don’t turn into nightmares

eAdvocates.com    20 years old, ends today.   Lots of causes that could use this one

2F2.com   The Chinese love these short pattern name and the price shows they have found the auction

MyYacht.com    Rich Schwartz bought one.  Everyone is getting them.  Also met reserve

UtilitySupplies.com   Also 20 years old and ends today.   At $100 at press time and met reserve

FashionExperts.com    At $190 at press time

MaiTai.com   Only the most wonderful fruity drink in the world.  And a great brand

WSAN.com  Met reserve at $100

Relaxation.org      R-E-L-A-X

Coins.cc   still at $450.   Less than one Ether

ChopKing.com    Sounds like a tool I would buy on tv

Crypto.today   Got a great first bid.  Closes today if you want it

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

SocialYoga.com   Because everyone loves to talk during yoga. 17 bids

KingSpace.com   2001 name with 37 bids

Silva.org   A popular last name around the world

CasinoCrypto.com   Bitcoin solved funding for gambling .  Big name IMO

CryptoHold.com   Another crypto name doing well.  Imagine that

CryptoMinicourse.com

Educrypto.com    Lets get all the crypto names in one place

LegacyMakers.com   Not sure what they are going to do for you but sounds like its going to last

MedPure.com   Pure and natural medicine

80216.com    A 5N.com  but I think it has just as much value as a Denver zip code

WellDrink.com   I see this as a health drink but we all know the common meaning.  $1 from 6pm to 8:30pm

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids

WeddingsOnTheBeach.com For $12 a good marketing name for a place that offers this

PooNuts.com   Don’t like

PeppermintRhino.com  I enjoyed the spearmint so the peppermint version can’t be too bad

ConferenceCenter.org Has backlinks and traffic.  Thousands of conference centers that would upgrade to this name

PlantsAndPets.com  Many garden centers are also pet supply stores to keep income in the winter

RiverBee.com  No such thing but that doesn’t mean it can’t be a brand.

CoinKiss.com      Another fine coin name that gets to enjoy the rising bitcoin prices

Scan.ws Not a big .ws guy but I do like this at this price.  Or at least kind of like it

StickerVault.com  A name Josh would definitely buy

ThisApartment.com  Memorable name to help rent apartments

ExtraArm.com  Everyone could use one

CloudBelly.com  No bids on this cloud name.  Or is it a belly name?

PartsDaddy.com  Other companies think Daddy is a good naming convention

AquaBooth.com  feel like I saw a water massage table with this name at the mall

Godaddy Names With Bids

 

139ba.com
19cu.com
2vsh.com
51ymy.com
Accent-Resume-Writing.com
AGoodWomansDirtyMind.com
AllThePerfume.com
AssociatedCounselors.com
bconnectedconference.com
BluewaterStarSailing.com
BPMR.net
CARightToKnow.org
Casino-Guida.com
CFIDSFoundation.org
CityOfFlinFlon.com
CocoaGraph.com
DavidSchrader.com
DeltaSpirit.com
DisposableTowels.com
ellesnewenglandkitchen.com
EnergyBusinessDaily.com
EZratv.com
FastReviews.com
FlorencePD.org
FolkHouseMusic.com
Fotobaski.com
FoxTech.net
GlobalEngage.com
GlobalEngagement.com
Gocmeovat.net
GoodNetGuide.org
GreenMediaService.com
HDCMobile.com
JConserv.net
JeffShea.com
kcmbc.org
KPGN.net
KZBT.net
LieberCode.org
Masswap.me
MerryChristmasPhotos.com
MontagueMillennium.com
MuskokaRecreation.com
Nautipos.com
NorthwestSanAntonio.com
nrca-net.org
OMSkincare.com
OneNewYork.com
OnlineReviewLondon.com
pk975.com
PopExpo.com
PremierCuisine.com
QuantumPicture.com
RealFigureo.com
RebeccaWhite.com
RemoteHired.com
RichAfrican.com
RomanticPornMovies.com
SidTaylor.com
slimteaonline.com
SoftwarePress.com
Sparklabkc.com
Spiritwine.com
StatusCasino.com
Stimulai.com
SuccessfulWorkplace.org
T-WG.com
TeethAgain.com
ThoughtulGifts.com
TravelAroundTheWorldBlog.org
TripComposer.com
TTPC.net
TwistedBlogs.com
UserMate.com
UTXQ.com
VenusWorldwide.com
VkingPub.com
VZQRcom
WellnessLawyer.com
Wow600.com
ZahranMarble.com

 

Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. I 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 me Shane, or Josh . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything I say is based on my own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or my opinion is correct. I hand choose my names but I am paid to make this list by 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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22 comments

  1. Ategy

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    But what’s the point of going to a NamesCon without Domain Shane ??? lol
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    Seriously .. in 6 words or less: “That’s really nice of you” 🙂

  2. Tom

    I’d love to guess but I honestly don’t think I can go so I won’t waste your time – awesome that you’re giving it away + a bonus man!

      1. Ategy

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        Bob Parsons ??? Seriously ??? Doesn’t GoDaddy own NamesCon now? Pretty sure he doesn’t even need a ticket! :-/
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        I still have to figure out if it’s doable for me.


      2. Post author
        ShaneCultra

        Looks like plunk was removed from Godaddy. Great. I’m going to have to rethink this. Everyone who is in is in. I think I will have to pull a name out of a hat. I’ll let everyone know in tomorrow’s post what we’re going to do

  3. Mike Santiago

    Very cool and generous contest, Shane!

    My guess for both names total is: $5,884

    Plunk.com: $4,537
    Coinzoom.com: $1,347

  4. Bradley Myles Leeb

    I am a newbie & would love to be in any hat draw!

    Generous offer Shane & way to step up Domain Sherpa!

    I will bid $1 Bob!

  5. Francisco Ferreiro

    Just learned about the contest on Twitter and wanted to toss my name into that hat (or bowl.)

    For what it’s worth, I’m guessing CoinZoom goes for $990.
    Thanks for putting this on!

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