One of the problems we have with the Internet is people want everything for free. *I think people realize something has to pay for time and effort they just want it to be someone else. *Namebio recently announced a membership program that allows members new features not offered in the past and there was a discussion on Namepros about whether or not they would be paying for it:

Before I get talking, Full Disclosure: I work with Adam Strong, the founder of Namebio, *and have a free membership. Adam also lives close to me so we’ve discussed Namebio for years and its monetization but not any kind of numbers or stats. *Just it’s history and function.

Right now Namebio is being paid for by advertising and advertising domain auctions and it probably pays the bills. But for years Adam offered the service for free but with no income, had little incentive to keep the site up to date and running smoothly. *When Michael Sumner joined the team he upgraded the site to what you see today. *Michael had to come up with a way to pay for his time and effort and that’s the advertising you see today. *I don’t know how much the current advertising makes or the traffic it draws, but if I owned the site, *I would be severely limiting the use of people that don’t pay. *It’s too good of a service and has to much data to give away for free. *Comps are one of the most important parts of pricing domains and everyone I know uses Namebio for that data. All the other sites that offer similar services scraped the data from Namebio. * I think the $10 membership is more than fair for the average person in our industry . *But there is one bigger problem. If everyone signed up then at best I think you would have 1000 subscriptions because I really don’t think there are more than 1000 people that are active daily in our industry. *Sure, Namescon has more in attendance than that number but take away the business people selling services and companions, the real number is about 1000. All a guess. *Namepros would have some good data but I don’t think they would want to share it because it would hurt business to know how many active daily accounts there were. And again I could be wrong. *What I’m not wrong about is that everyone that uses Namebio should pay the $10 a month. * You’ll make the entire years cost with a sell or buy that was made with better information than without Namebio. **Here*are today’s names. *Click through to see the current price and to fund this daily list

Quote of the Day:*Crocodiles are easy. They try to kill and eat you. People are harder. Sometimes they pretend to be your friend first.” – Steve Irwin

Domain of the Day: * *Solyndra.com* *Elliot did a post about the history of this site



Namejet, Sedo, and other Names Up for Auction

BlockEasy.com* * Block chain names are still selling. *This is definitely where this one is headed. Met reserve

CDCA.com * Great letters. *One of the better LLLL.coms up for auction lately

SSIC.com * This one is pretty strong too

MOSL.com * Met reserve under $500

uAre.com * You are. *I know you are

NervousWreck.com * Not sure it has a good end use but certainly a term everyone knows

SportsFinance.com *I actually know a person who does this for a living. Helps athletes manage their finances

Circle.net * Haven’t seen a dot net with 100 bidders in a while

Zone.org * Met reserve under $1000

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

ETGY.com* I’m going to call this pronounceable

Denin.com* Nice 5L and family name

RFNW.com* *If you believe Godaddy this gets 49,000 monthly visits. *Oh wait that’s the next listing

NudismPage.com* * A lot more nude people at the computer than I thought

68900.com* Nice round number

GetShine.com* *I think it used to be an auto detailing place

Grinco.com* *I know Grin.co should want to own this and Grin.com

FindYourTribe.com* Not a ton of value but a pretty decent marketing name

Issen.com* *A town in Morocco but a nice sounding brand

CarRepair.net* Big enough keyword to have some value as a dot net

Spin88.com* I imagine the Chinese are going to like this as a gambling name

ApeBrain.com* *Easy logo and super memorable

Genderly.com* *Gender fluid

FoodTruckEvents.com* *A bit long but Braden sold FoodTrucks for a pretty penny and food trucks are still growing in popularity

CryptoKities.com *A typo of the once popular crypto game. *Not sure how popular it still is. *Godaddy doesn’t show any traffic

CryptoKittes.com *Another typo up for auction as well

StereoHead.com * I admit it makes me think of RadioHead

Zulac.com *5L with no bids

Wont.net *Not a great name but I thought $12 would get a bid

Bicycle2.com *Add a two to it and save a few hundred grand

FootTrainer.com Some guy will invent a foot device and buy this on a whim and never use it. *Sell it to them.

Burane.com * *A city and a name so eventually a brand



Godaddy Domains With One or No Bids



*The Rest of the Names With Bids

0837Cafe.com
4To1.com
506km.com
50Duo.com
54ck.com
88b.net
93guoxue.com
9Think.com
AdPercent.com
AirFlyer.com
AndroidJ.com
AOPeru.com
ArabicPhotography.com
AutoNew.com
AXIFile.com
BioEurope.com
BritishHongkong.com
BrokerBids.com
BrowncountyMountainBiking.com
CampShoovy.com
China119.com
CNBCEurope.com
Cocalo.com
Code49.com
ConvenienceCarCare.com
CyberRex.org

DetailsCakeDesign.com
DigiVip.com
DrunkDrivingDefensePro.com
Ecmta.org
FedMint.com
FSAGames.com
Game686.com
GameGM.com
GreenShoelace.com
GulfIslandsBrewery.com
HindiMeToons.com
HorsesInternational.com
huilinxin.com
i3j.com
IndependentFitnessConsultants.com
IndiaCo.com
Ioafa.com
Jatail.com
JessicaSideways.com
Jetmls.com
jncm66.com
Kalfjo.com
KevinCaven.com
Lagallaciencia.com
LodgeNYC.com
mcjingto.com
MyHotComments.com
NodStrum.com
NYCErome.com
Omega3gw.com
Onbiovc.com
OpenMindSciences.com
Phew.net
PKWU.com
PradoSpa.com
PrincesClub.com
RadioITG.com
RBooks.com
ReadColor.com
RetroDeals.com
SardiniaHoliday.com
SilverFoxSalvage.com
SongQibo.com
StaticApps.org
StiglerDiet.com
StockRegistry.com
SurfRash.com
TheGatsbyAustin.com
TS13.com
UUShipin.com
ValentinesDayFab.com
VYApp.com
WeBuyStuff.com
ym-lens.com
z4j.com
ZJeea.com

Have a name at auction and need more exposure?*Send me an email. We*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 us, Shane and Josh . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything we say is based on our own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or our opinion is correct. We hand choose the names but we are paid to make this list by both the auction houses, individuals that are auctioning names, and Godaddy affiliate links. Keep that in mind and only buy names that*YOU*think are
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