DomainSherpa Review – Jan 18: HolyCow.com, MovingUp.com, eGreeting.com, Breast.org

DomainSherpa Review with Michael Cyger, Andrew Rosener, Frank Schilling and Shane CultraThis is the show where we get into the minds of successful domain name investors – people we call Sherpas – and talk about the value of specific domain names. By listening to the Sherpas, we expand our thought process so we can become more successful investors ourselves.

LIVE FROM NAMESCON 2016!

In this DomainSherpa Review:

  • Domains from the audience at NamesCon are reviewed and appraised: HolyCow.com, MovingUp.com, eGreeting.com, Breast.org…
  • Get your bids in soon for Curvy.com, 3112.com, NK.net…
  • The NamesCon audience gets to ask questions of the Sherpas.
  • Plus, much more!

For selected domain names from audience submissions, the Sherpas answer:

  • Which domains are valuable, and in what way?
  • What is the market value (both wholesale and retail) of the best domain names?
  • Which domains are worthless and should be dropped?
  • Which domain names may invite legal issues, such as a UDRP case or cybersquatting lawsuit?
  • Which domains do our Sherpas want to make an offer on?

We’re joined by three Domain Sherpas: Frank Schilling, Shane Cultra and Andrew Rosener.

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Investor Submitted Domain Names

Domain Name | Estibot.com Appraised Value
MillingMachine.com | $228,000
Kidnap.com | $124,000
BirthdayFlowers.com | $69,000
Breast.org | $35,000
Terminals.com | $31,000
eGreeting.com | $31,000
EmergencyPlumber.com | $29,000
Enticing.com | $23,000
FreightInsurance.com | $19,000
Daring.com | $16,000
MovingUp.com | $4,900
Game.show | $2,700
HolyCow.com | $2,500
ReputationDefense.com | $2,200
Fervant.com | $2,000
Gifts.Miami | $1,600
SearchingWhat.com | $1,600
Robotic.co | $1,500
KJKZ.COM | $1,400
GuestService.com | $1,200
FindMe.Online | $1,000
Virtual.movie | $880
DallasHomes.TV | $850
WorkoutSystem.com | $750
BornToExpress.com | $560
OperationsManagers.com | $520
ExpressInstallation.Com | $300
DN.Tips | $280
Green.pro | $270
FuelNow.com | $270
Soulfood.kitchen | $250
Scalp.tv | $140
FitnessWearables.com | $110
WeBuyChips.com | $90
555775.com | $40
SpectacularRealEstate.com | $0
CannabisMedical.Club | $0
OutlineCare.com | $0
Estipot.com | $0

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20 Responses to “DomainSherpa Review – Jan 18: HolyCow.com, MovingUp.com, eGreeting.com, Breast.org”

  1. PalmBeach says:

    Great show Thought provoking as always… Thank you!

    Frank Schilling New GTLD’s insight “One of the most interesting things … the language does not change the location of the DOT is what’s changing.” Span the DOT domains ie: Join.me split words. Domain name hacks split syllables ie: BeerNet.Work. Spans / hacks are new ways to look at new GTLD’s when you are investing.

    May 12, 2014 Simon Cousins Chinese Domains interview: “Average Chinese consumers are using smartphones primarily… dictating their search. They are not using Ascii keyboards.” Improving voice recognition technologies give all languages hands free internet navigation.

    DEC 22, 2015 Verisign gets patent for generating Pronounceable domain names. The patent describes a method of generating domain names that can be pronounced….. Hello.

    Feb. 26, 2015 Google just paid $25 million to buy .app JAN 27, 2016 .Shop top level domain sells $41.5 million. The three big mobile operating systems have integrated personal voice recognition into their operating systems.

    To me 1+1 = Oper2unity … seems logical … beam me up scotty .. I do believe typing is a pain in the neck. Good by keyboard hello Siri :)

  2. Great show Sherpas…….Thanks!!!

  3. Tauseef says:

    As usual an informative show with fresh insights into domaining from the Sherpas. Thanks!

  4. Tengiz says:

    By the way, I could not find out the group of domainshepra on facebook. Do anyone know how to reach them?

    1. Hi Tengiz,

      DomainSherpa doesn’t have a group on Facebook, but we do have a page: https://www.facebook.com/DomainSherpa/

      Best regards,
      Michael

      1. Tengiz says:

        Hello Michael!

        Thank you for you response,

  5. Thanks guys. Really appreciate your time. And thanks for picking breast.org!

  6. John Harrison says:

    Great show Sherpas- next time you should ask for the sherpas to name their price for the audiences domain before they’ve just said its a $50,000 name…!

    I really hope to be able to get to Namescon next year!

  7. Tengiz says:

    Nice information! But such domains names are very rare.

  8. Zac Zarev says:

    Fantastic Show!

    Thanks Michael and Sherpas!

  9. Brock Nosbisch says:

    Amazing show all! It was definitely one of the top 3 highlights of Namescon for me.

  10. William says:

    Mike, love the “Uniregistry Socks”.. :)

  11. Jay says:

    got to love the ( e ) domains eOnline for entertainment or Ricks sale of eBet for electronic.

  12. DT says:

    …I prefer ‘plasticSurgeOnDirectory.com’.

    Thanks for the show. I like the ‘panel’ format – audio could be better (but I am sure you knew that).

  13. Noor says:

    great show, kicking myself for missing it, will definitely be there next year.

    Noor

  14. CC says:

    Great, great show. Now I wish I went to names con. Hopefully I’ll be able to make it next year.

  15. Cemm says:

    Great panel discussion. Thanks for sharing, Michael. I couldn’t attend Namescon this year, so I especially appreciate you airing the show.

    It looks like the Sherpas had such a good time on stage!

  16. Sinisa says:

    Hi Mike

    As always you did and performed a great live show, thank you and thanks to the sherpas for their very entreating input, truly enjoyed.

    Wishing you a prosperous 2016′

  17. michael says:

    sorry, but Estibot ist nuts…

    they cant value the new domains
    the estimates are up and down

    1. Hi Michael,

      If you’re viewing Estibot as an absolute value of a domain name, then it is nuts. Or the user is nuts, either way…the user is doing it wrong.

      Listing to the 5 minutes starting here:
      http://www.domainsherpa.com/review-20151109/?t=66m15s

      Best,
      Michael

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