SHANE’S BIG LIST: Tuesday’s Domains at Auction or Dropping on the 2nd

Apr 02 2013

I just finished my taxes up (almost finished) and I am going to have to say it was a great year.  A year that my little hobby turned the corner.  I think I am finally doing it right.  I have a pretty good understanding of what names sell and what names will give a good return in the future if I hold.  I hope this year proves the same.  Here are today’s names and the daily quote.

“The reason a lot of people do not recognize opportunity is because it usually goes around wearing overalls looking like hard work”  -Thomas Edison     Most of my friends are doctors and recently they have begun to concentrate on marketing themselves instead of their hospital.  These are the kinds of domains that will help.  17 years old  Are better than no thought big gifts…..sometimes. 16 years old  14 years old.  The TV in the middle  11 years old. No bidder.  Good blog or site name for $12  No bidders .  Perfect for the dot org. 1000 monthly searches  Not a real world but a good brand  IMO a great deal at under $25.  Lots of ads for these keywords

$3.99 .COM and Free Private Registration from!  17 years old.  Google it and you’ll see lots of businesses and places have this name  All good letters and the number of bids show that others like it as well  Farmers love to play poor  I have been slowly leaving this place over the last 5 years

Here is a code that’s good for $2.95 transfer or new registration  gtnggrow01

$1/mo hosting with free domain from Go Daddy!

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  1. Leon

    Very well done on your success Shane!

    I haven’t reached that place yet and with respect, I don’t see how you do it with a lot of the names you include in your dropping lists, but that’s not your concern. It clearly works for you!

    Don’t hate, congratulate. So the saying goes!

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      If I had to make a living on the Godaddy names I would starve, especially lately. I buy names privately and many on Namejet where other private sellers are mixed in. The Godaddy names are value picks. Not a ton of money to made with most of them but a few extra dollars. And I have some built out sites, this blog, parking, and a few other irons in the fire. It all adds up

  2. Mike

    Congrats Shane! Tax time is always an exciting time. I am glad that I kept receipts from all the conferences, etc…Completing taxes for us Domainers seems to be a bit complex because of all of the wheeling and dealing. I am seriously thinking of incorporating my domain/web properties business.

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