SHANE’S BIG LIST: Thursday’s Domains at Auction or Dropping on April 17th, 2014

Apr 17 2014

Escrow.com

Remember when I said yesterday was a good day.  Looks like we are even.  I have my nephew staying with me (and working at the nursery to earn some money) for Spring Break and since I work late he went home.  I get a text “Where do you keep your plunger?”.   After various thoughts of Along Came Polly running through my head I tell him and 15 minutes later he texts “thanks”   He leaves to go play a gig (he is a musician) and two hours later I come home.  I hear what appears to be a sump pump continuously running in the newly finished basement (for him to stay with us when he is in town) and noticed the toilet is still clogged.  I soon realize that the grinder and pump in utility closet is not working therefore not pumping out the waste from the catch basin.  I called my friend double checking to see if what I thought was wrong was true.  Yep, pump clogged with something and there’s only one way to clean.  Yes, I could have called a plumber to come clean it but he’s going to do the same thing I was going to have to do.  Go in, go down, and see what’s clogging it.  I’ve already gone into too much detail but I don’t have to tell you that I am now qualified to go on Dirtiest job or some crazy game show.  Turned out not to be as bad as I thought and there was only about 5 pounds of hair.  My daughter has long long hair and my nephew has dread locks so I’m guessing the two of them combined to knock out the pump.  But I fixed it, cleaned up thoroughly, and took a 45 minute shower with Clorox. Saved some money, got a good story to tell, and feel like I’ve added to my manhood chart.  But I’m not looking to add again any time soon.  Here are today’s names. Last call for Book of 10.  2 Spots left   so if you want to sell a name and get it in front of almost 20,000 domain buyers let me know. $25 a name.   Discount for two or more names. 

LivingTech.com   15 years old. No bidders. I like this name better than Internet of Things. The technology of our daily living

Andrey.com  Another Russian spelling of Andrei.  14 years old

Exacts.com  14 years old.  Not really a word we use but with only one bidder it might be worth looking at if the price doesn’t go up much more

Remortgage.net  Reserve met, winning bidder gets it.  We call a remortgage, refinancing n the US but many other parts of the world use remortgage.

TheHeron.com   Great brand for so many uses.  The works for me here. Evidently not for many other people as the name is at $15 at press time

JCS.net  14 years old, great letters,  and under $1000 so worth looking at

PBFM.com  Already getting a little traffic.  M for management

90JH.com  I’m always fascinated with these type of domains.  23,000 backlinks and a few hundred visitors a month (Godaddy says 876).  All for under $50

 FoodPundit.com  Not tremendous value but do like the brand

NEW!!!! Working Godaddy Domain Code of the day.. $2.49 new registration Dot Com queens

Election.com  I guess I was a day off.  Just like all elections it’s going to cost a lot of money

BusinessWear.com   17 years old. Anything clothing related seems to do well.   Especially higher end stuff like this

FramesAndGlasses.com  Does a good job describing what’s going to be sold.  Sell it to Luxottica, they own every other eye glass business in the world.

GlamTV.com  Pretty sure there’s already a show or station called this but I am also pretty sure it can be done better

SafeBanking.com  I feel like all banking should be safe banking. But maybe if it’s in the URL it will feel even safer

 

Have a name at auction and need more exposure. Send me an email. I may be able to help.

 *All names chosen by me, Shane, and the goal of this list is to have all links be paid through commission (click through and purchase a name you like) or 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.

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