Tuesday , November 24 2020

Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday October 25th, 2020

Escrow.com

If you follow me on Twitter you know that one of my next guests is going to be my Grandmother. She’s 94 (I think). I can’t think of one guest of fame or fortune that would have more to offer than her. It’s also an important time to capture her thoughts. She’s 94 (I think) and obviously things don’t come to you as quickly. The fact that anything comes quickly at her age is a blessing and a testament to her lifestyle and her genes. I promised I would edit out her moments as that seems to be the fear of many older people as they feel younger people will merely see them as old and feeble. That’s the opposite of how I see my Grandmother. She is a gift of experience and opinion that is rare. I took questions from Twitter readers and to be honest, they are all too obvious and easy. They will be answered in general conversation. The big events, where she was, what she thought, will be asked. I know where she was when they landed on the moon. I was born that day.

The truth is I didn’t have a relationship with my Grandmother. They moved to California when I was young. I lived in Alabama and North Carolina so it was the other side of the country. Phone calls were harder back then. We talked but not a lot. I’m not embarrassed to say I saw them the most when my parents would fight. That sounds terrible but my Mom was just in college when I was born. My Mom would seek her space by going to her parents. My Mom was 20 when she had me. You go to your parents when you are 20. To think that marriage with three kids at 23 would be perfect is naive. At 23, many of you still lived at home so my Mom going there during rough times to me seems smart and natural. I don’t look at as bad. I remember it fondly and vividly. From their home, to their alarm clocks to their kitchen. I can still here the Grandfather clock waking me up. My Grandfather would video me, rare in the late 60s and 70s, so I get to fact check a lot of my memories.

But this isn’t about me. This is about my Grandmother and all her wonderfulness. I’m sure it will come across. Either way it will be a hell of a lot more interesting than a discussion of whether .co is just a typo of dot com

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Domain of the Day: MarijuanaTech.com A trade school to learn the business or the tech behind running a canna business

Park.io Names at Auction or Available for Pickup

GoodCredit.co A ton of money helping people that can’t manage theirs

Valor.gg My feeling is war and fighting names work well with eSports. And gg had been taken over by video game people

Dianna.io Female names a hot commodities. Especially if they are popular. There is the one N, two N thing here and Princess Di used the one N but it’ll work for the right price

FruitFly.io Not going to get the dot com and fruit fly is a memorable brand. What I used to learn about genetics since the reproduced so quickly. I could get multiple generations of crosses in weeks

VoteTrump.io Last chance

MCN.io I would advise to only buy LLL if they are really good letters. These are

Namejet and Sedo & More Domains at Action

GQO.com Sold in 2015 for a little under $8k

Rulz.com Gets 1000 visits a month but might be coming for Rulz Fitness. I don’t know how big the company is

WinterGear.net I think the dot net actually helps it stand out. Its real cheap and gets a little traffic

SlotsRoom.com Big gambling name. I think this can go much higher

XCS.com Has a great opening bid

EcoCatalog.com It’s all about being eco friendly right now

Pilotech.com 24 years old and taken in 18 extensions

WeeklyDig.com Still a newspaper but now called DigBoston. Probably don’t want to be stuck to a certain release time

DetroitMichigan.org Your email would look super official

WeWantTickets.com It seems to work at the games. Although it always says I not We. Of course they are the ones selling

Godaddy Domains With Bids

MountainReady.com You know I love mountain names. I’m going to buy this one

FunSoap.com It’s the only way you can get your kids to take a bath

Empowerment.net Such a powerful name. Hope it goes to good use

WCheck.com Lets call this a fintech name so the crowd gets excited

TheChicFashionista.com The top number of bids on the board today. All for the backlinks and juice

EclecticHomeschool.org If you’re building out a homeschool site this is going to give you a good head start

BKTF.com Registered in 7 extensions which tells you its bottom rung

AJVX.com And they get a lot worse from here

VWFX.com At least this has FX on the end

HomeHandlers.com Like it as a vacation home management company

OnlineNursingDegrees.com Pretty sure you can’t get them that way but people are still going to search for it

The Godaddy Names with One or NO Bids

DavidSamuel.com

MassGlobal.com

PayXT.com

Hummos.com

FinancialGrace.com

AdvancedPoint.com

UpVPN.com

PornFly.com

ArmorChain.com

VegaSushi.com

QuickPromo.com

Kloox.com

SimplyBespoke.com

The Rest of the Godaddy Names with Bids

111299.com
45342.com
61189.com
AceptanPerros.com
Adlitip.com
akb48cafeshops.com
AllAmericanDogTraining.com
AutomaticSitemap.com
BayAreasTattooLab.com
Bourgeois.org
CatalystPrep.com
CreditLounge.com
CuordiCrema.com
DamojoThemes.com
DesireTechSupport.com
DiviBank.com
DrinkGood.com
EasyCommunity.com
FilmEsesErieSonLine.net
flytronics.com
FSNA.org
FTBuffet.com
GaelicPlaceNames.org
GIGov.com
GTowerHotel.com
ImageSartGallery.com
JudithAndJoyceScott.com
KairosGlobal.com
KaymeekCentre.com
KimCentral.org
KMIW.com
LUWM.com
Lynkr.com
MakeUPie.com
MercuryCentre.org
Micit.com
Migracionoea.org
MKKS.com
MyYouDU.com
NSKU.com
OffTheVineWines.com
OkiBowlDC.com
Onlineb2b.com
PaintingAll.com
PassionStudios.com
PrintPilot.com
Qalj.com
ReceMastinOfficial.com
RootBizzle.com
SafeHavenInsuranceGroup.com
SafeHounds.com
SakshiBusiness.com
SAPropertyNews.com
ShoreRun.com
SimpleKids.net
SkillsForChange.com
Sponsy.org
TalarIsConferenceCenter.com
TheChurchPalace.com
TheKPV.com
TheWritersAlleyBlog.com
TokyoCoin.info
TopAgency.co
TurnToTravel.com
TYC2.com
UJPW.com
UniqueConcreteCoatings.com
VoyageAuto.com
WPBOnline.com
wcuavc.com
WriterSatWork.org

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