SHANE’S BIG LIST: Tuesday’s Domains at Auction or Dropping on the 21st

May 21 2013

I have to admit my domain business has taken a hit with my busy May schedule.  My overall work schedule has not. Sunday I rode 45 miles, had breakfast with my family, went in to work for the day, came home and planted our spring garden completely full of grafted tomatoes and peppers, and then called 3 people about domains   Every single minute of the day was rewarding and enjoyable.  Each minute laying the groundwork for something that will be fruitful in the future, especially the garden.  Now on to the names and the quote

“A garden requires patient labor and attention. Plants do not grow merely to satisfy ambitions or to fulfill good intentions. They thrive because someone expended effort on them “ -Liberty Hyde Bailey Everyone likes easy unless it’s your daughter Already a movement here, a reality in other countries. NO bidders No bidders. A PR3 and 10 years old. Very memorable I don’t know why I like this one but I do. I guess because there are half the people that will think it’s a cool way to spell human and the other half that thinks that’s how its really spelled.

Featured Offer! 32% Off New Products! Now through 5/28/2013!  Auction ends today.  Last chance to get this great finance name   Putting the word “the” in front of good words drops the cost considerably but often can be just as “usable”.  This is one of those types of names.  Also sounds like a movie. 14 years old and NO bidders   $27 CPC and lots of Google ads.  This is a solid name that doesn’t look to be getting much attention  Here you go. Everyone seems to want NNNN.coms so I imagine this will go a little higher than it should Not sure what in the world you would use this for but I know the word and that has some value.

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