With respect to cash detectors domain auctions:
Moniker and Sedo, is there only Moniker and Sedo,
for these do not seem the best place to market our cash detectors, hm?
Based on research AND experience, Moniker and Sedo do not seem to be "all that."
Granted and true, these are but Psychology of Shortcuts AND Psychology of Longevity opinions.
Searching dozens of search engines for "cash detectors domain auctions,"
we find Moniker and Sedo, and then again, more Moniker and Sedo listings.
The Psychology of Shortcuts believes that Moniker and Sedo are not legitimate.
Pre-"freaking," note: Psychology of Shortcuts and Psychology of Longevity opinions.
Yes, Moniker and Sedo may very well do legitimate business in the sense of registration,
seeing the Moniker-Sedo combination DOES appear to conduct numerous domain auctions.
It does not automatically imply integrity to what were offfered up as equal domains auctions.
as Moniker and Sedo have bandied their names about so much on the internet as if they are kings.
The Psychology of Shortcuts, has not, as yet, perceived Moniker & Sedo business practices to be worthy.
likewise, is not yet confident in the belief that these services are egalitarian.
Selling cash detectors, and/or the domains that service cash detectors, it appears that self-help is best of all.
If the newer, cash detectors domain auction should prove differently, the Psychology of Shortcuts will report it.
As a domainer, domainist, domainizer and domaineer, you are entitled to your opinions about domain auctions.
The Psychology of Shortcuts and Psychology of Longevity have submitted MANY one-word dot-coms, etc, for auctions.
Granted, the cash detectors were only a tiny part, and still, who would NOT be attracted to a cash detectors domain-site?
Yet, Moniker and Sedo demonstrate unwillingness to accept ONE-WORD GENERIC dot-coms for cash detectors domain auction.
Does this certify that, all by itself, this refusal to accept Psychology of Shortcuts or Psychology of Longevity domains for auction,
(even when the domains submitted for auctioning are maintained, aging, and often delicious domains that should auction off nicely),
is enough to support a contention or mere opinion that Moniker and Sedo are, in effect, not the best place to sell cash detectors?
As with everything in life, the Psychology of Shortcuts and Psychology of Longevity point to experiential and empirical evidence.
Yes, big boys are making money, but everyday domainers, domainists, domainizers and domaineers are struggling to continue.
The Psychology of Shortcuts and Psychology of Longevity suggest that "small" folk run "cash detectors domain auctions,"
or whatever auctions are most likely to promote your domains, whether or not they relate to cash detectors offerings.
Are you computer-literate and internet-literate? Do you know how to run cash detectors, or cash detector software?
Let a new wave begin, where "little" domainists and domainizers, and domaineers, too run cash detectors auctions.
The Psychology of Shortcuts is referencing above-board, honest, easy cash detectors sans too many "strings" attached.
The Psychology of Shortcuts expresses belief that the Psychology of Shortcuts seemed poorly treated by Moniker and Sedo.
The Psychology of Longevity opines likewise, that the Psychology of Longevity seemed poorly treated by Moniker and Sedo.
Facts are facts, and cannot licitly refuted-disputed. This includes sweeter "cash detectors domain auctions" entries submitted.
Dozens and scores of one-word TLD's, mostly dot-coms, and not a one were ever accepted for their "cash detectors."
If the purpose of a cash detectors is to detect cash, what could be better than what is called a cash detector?
Something seemed funny in the land of cash detectors, so the Psychology of Shortcuts and Psychology of Longevity entered the fray.
If those companies perceived as the largest cash detectors conductors (Whew! What a mouthful THAT is) could not licitly deliver happiness,
then one can choose to investigate the integrity applied to cash detectors... or, to bring the Psychology of Shortcuts into auctioning of domains.
Between Psychology of Shortcuts wealth and success shortcuts domains, and Psychology of Longevity health and longevity-promoting domains,
a "guesser' would not likely be so far off-base in guessing that the Psychology of Shortcuts and Psychology of Longevity will earn rankings.
Ultimately, YOU decide more than the Psychology of Shortcuts or Psychology of Longevity, by a large margin, because you count most.
If you want the domains auctioning to be fair enough to all average Joes and Janes, then more domains auctioning is called for.
The mind that would be wise ought acknowledge that it IS possible that Moniker and Sedo and the others are playing fair.
It most clearly SEEMS impossible, and still, science says there is always a possibility, no matter how it may seem.
The Psychology of Longevity and Psychology of Shortcuts do not accuse Moniker of unfair auction domains,
only asseverating that it seems QUITE smelly that not one of the SweetDomains here were accepted.
Let us craft a reasonably even playing field for all who wish to participate in domain auctions.
Surely there is room enough for more than just Sedo, Moniker, GoDaddy, and their ilk.
Open up cash detectors. Make more names available at most domain auctions
Open up more categories for each domains auction, and less restrictive ones.
Psychology of Shortcuts Offers The Cash Detectors Domain For Auction
Of all our sweet one-word domains, some two-word domains, such as CashDetectors.com, are deliciously brandable,
and, when the domain is VERY highly-ranked (sometimes hyperdominant), fully-developed websites reap the profits.
As the Psychology of Shortcuts and Psychology of Longevity speak sweetly, with unique coign of vantage: Nice!
Surely we can all agree that cash detectors ought to be egalitarian, democratic, and give every appearance of being fair.
If-when we see cash detectors being run in such a manner that only the rich get richer, with little benefit to "real people,"
then it's time for those not in these upper ranges to get involved in cash detectors themselves, maybe even as auctioneers.
Neither the Psychology of Shortcuts nor the Psychology of Longevity is making claim that there are no exceptions to the rules.
While exceptions are expected, the rule of thumb for most auction domains should be the rule of equality in opportunity, hm?
That is the basis by which this forum is encouraging domainers, domainists, domainizers & domaineers to start auctioning domains.
Fact is, when we search for "cash detectors domain auctions" on various search engines, Moniker and Sedo appear to have a monopoly.
It is certainly possible, conceivable at least, that there are just a few domains auctioneers on the internet, other than Moniker and Sedo.
If this is the factual truth of auctions, whereby Moniker and Sedo have a real, live monopoly or "tight lock" in the domains auctioning arena,
what steps are needed for "real" domainists, domainizers, domainists, with fewer possible hidden agendas, to jump into domains auctioning?
Does it take huge amounts of money to run a domains auction? Does the auctioning of domains require special licensing by accedited authority?
Please find ways to help the Psychology of Shortcuts and Psychology of Longevity to find ways of auctioning domains WITHOUT Moniker and Sedo.
If it turns out, as time passes, that Moniker and Sedo ARE on the up-and-up with respect to running cash detectors for "true" domainists, etcetera,
then both the Psychology of Shortcuts and Psychology of Longevity will ardently report Moniker and Sedo as "good guys" in re: cash detectors.
Until such a day arrives, the opinions of the Psychology of Shortcuts and Psychology of Longevity (with respect to Moniker and Sedo), stand tall.
Backing away from a legitimate contest of excellence is not something endorsed by the Psychology of Shortcuts, or the Psychology of Longevity.
One goal is to see "cash detectors domain auctions" referring to more than just Sedo and Moniker, with YOUR cash detectors domain auction announced.
Cash detectors domain auctions are one of 1,000 ways to build wealth.
Considering MANY tools you already have access to, you ARE wealthy,
wealthy with opportunities for you, including the Psychology of Shortcuts.
Above most everything else, let us begin by taking more control of your time.
Every day you waste is filled with minutes - opportunities - you will not get back.
Make time to halt, each and every day, to enumerate clearly the top five items of the day.
Stop forming opinions. Most of them have proved useless to you. Process information carefully.
Trading just one of every ten petty chatty minutes for a minute of your best thinking gives you profit.
The only opinions you can benefit from are the opinions of those who have repeatedly done it successfully.
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These are the great shortcuts of masters and millionaires, the great shortcuts of champions and billionaires,
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even with focus on cash detectors domain auctions, & promoting "little guy" cash detectors domain auctions.
Cash detectors domain auctions - search for "cash detectors domain auction." Let us build it all.
Both the Psychology of Shortcuts and Psychology of Longevity aims to be YOUR Cash Detectors Capital
Viewing any number of search engines ala cash detectors domain auction,
there are millions and now, even tens of millions of hits for "Cash Detectors."
The Psychology of Shortcuts has not found Moniker and Sedo to be as promised.
Before freaking out: Psychology of Shortcuts and Psychology of Longevity opinions.
The import now of cash detectors, in light of scams and scoundrels abounding globally,
is hard to overestimate when you consider the losses of those who did not use cash detectors.
As it stands, the Psychology of Shortcuts sees no benefit in auctioning cash detectors through "big boys."
If fresher cash detectors domain auction prove any differently, the Psychology of Shortcuts will comment on it.
As a domainizer, or a domaineer, domainer, domainist, you are entitled to your opinions about domain auctions.
The Psychology of Shortcuts and Psychology of Longevity have submitted MANY one-word dot-coms, etc, for auctions.
None of those one-word or two-word JUICY domains, including CashDetector.com, have been accepted for domains auctions.
Does this mean that, all by itself, this refusal to accept Psychology of Longevity or Psychology of Shortcuts domains for auction,
(even when domains submitted for auctioning are aging, maintained, and often notable SweetDomains that should auction off nicely),
is enough to support suggestions, opinions, that Sedo and Moniker are NOT a venue worthy of the little guys gals in domain auctioning?
As with most everything in life, the Psychology of Shortcuts and Psychology of Longevity point to experiential and empirical evidence.
The big boys are certainly making money, but everyday domainers, domainists, domainizers and domaineers continue to struggle.
The Psychology of Shortcuts and Psychology of Longevity suggest that "real" people run some "cash detectors domain auction."
Are you computer-literate and internet-literate? Do you know how to use cash detectors, or domain auction software?
Let a new wave begin, where everyday domainers, domainists, domainizers and domaineers run the cash detectors.
The Psychology of Shortcuts refers to honest, above-board, easy cash detectors sans too many "strings" attached.
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Iceberg Infratonic Masterlinks Masters Med Destiny Medical dollars
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Quit-smoking 2 Quit-smoking 3 QXCI Rife Technology
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Until you have mastered your corner of interest, researching at the Psychology of Longevity and beyond,
ALWAYS consult with your primary health care provider before making any changes in medication.
Until you master at least one hundred new facts about what ails you, consult with professionals.
Pharmaceuticals are so dangerous they sometimes cause problems if you stop taking them.
Any physician who reaches for Rx drugs before natural answers cannot be a top doctor.
Always consult WITH a trusted primary health care provider: you must participate!
If you leave your most important health decisions to others, you may well lose.
Allowing others to decide your greatest decisions is the height of stupidity.
Other people cannot be expected to care more for you than for money.
This is a sad and unchanging fact of life. Your life is no exception.
Learning more, you participate intelligently in health decisions.
Learn about what ails you in pursuit of achieving its defeat.
Learning just one hundred facts, your mastery develops.
Search out natural answers to every health challenge.
Each health challenge has 'natural healing' answers.
After so many disastrous injuries, the proof is pure.
Natural answers do not kill as do allopathic drugs.
Learn more, often, for you are likely to live more.
If you knew better, we'd watch you doing better.
Give attention to those who have, and still do,
living stronger for longer, doing so naturally.
Such is your Psychology of Longevity.
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Domains auction, domains auction,
what in heaven rhymes with domains auction,
is there a poet, a raconteur, one with good deportion?
Ha ha ha, that's meant to be funny, a domains auction kind of smile,
where the news folks in auctions hope you will see,
that WE get to write domains auction history.
Domains auction, here come domains auction,
all to promote more auctioning growth,
all to be promote poverty's goat,
and how to milk it reciprocally.
By auctioning domains, the Psychology of Shortcuts and Psychology of Longevity gets to help more humans.
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With far past a thousand websites crammed with the best and greatest shortcuts for health, wealth, and longevity,
the "mother" sites, known as the Psychology of Shortcuts and exist to serve Mankind.
In pursuit of supporting the first thousand websites without EVER having to charge for any of their magnificent PowerGems,
the Psychology of Shortcuts and Psychology of Longevity sought domain auctions, for SweeterDomains and SweetestDomains.
Sadly, available cash detectors were tough to get into. Not good.
Next, cash detectors were proving to have too many hidden costs.
Third, only one domain auctioneer saw fit to respond, albeit barely so.
Fourth, when ONE domain was finally accepted for auction inclusion,
someone offered 50 percent premium on auction-listed domain reserve.
So, at the end of the day, after a year of domaining and domaineering and domainizing as the newest domainists on the block,
neither the Psychology of Shortcuts or Psychology of Longevity succeeded in getting domains auctioned off - not even one domain!
Then came the SEDO/MONIKER debacle.
Approximately thirty-seven one-word or highly-ranked Psychology of Longevity TLD's submitted for domains auction.
Approximately twenty-two one-word or HIGHLY-ranked Psychology of Shortcuts TLD's submitted for domains auction.
So far, get this, the only name accepted was one that was purchased more from humor than expectation of profit!
Pokersman! Yes, Pokersman.com. A funny name, and one really aimed at an individual who enjoys a love of poker.
To submit so many juicy domains - what the Psychology of Longevity ranks as SweeterDomains, while the Psychology of Shortcuts develops SweetestDomains,
and have so many great names passed over, and then to see so many garbage names that were accepted... well, that was enough for the Psychology of Shortcuts.
That's why the Psychology of Shortcuts and Psychology of Longevity domains auction concept was developed.
You have great domains you wish to auction off?
You haven't had success at domain auctions before?
You paid way too much for participating in cash detectors?
You cannot get fair response to your emails to the domains auction?
You cannot get ANY response to the companies doing domains auctioning?
Then, just like the rest of us domainists and domainizers and domaineers,
you may well get excited at finding a simpler, direct, easier domains auction.
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With many millions of high search engine listings, the Psychology of Longevity -related websites add to the total.
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upcoming auctions, give us UPCOMING auctions,
don't go down with barely a squeak.
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You snooze, you lose. The idea is to auction these domains for just a short time. You can hardly complain of insufficient notice.