Domainer Show – Episode 22 with Shaun McGowan

Shaun McGowan joins Rob and Ed on this 22nd Episode of the Domainer Show.

Shaun famously created the CarLoans.com.au brand and then sold it in 2014. He currently runs Money.com.au(,) Lend.com.au and LifeInsurance.com.au(.)

Shaun has also appeared on the Domainer Show – Episode 16 where he talked about his acquisition of the Money.com.au domain name for $400,000 and also discussed how he upgraded his Beep.com.au brand to CarLoans.com.au(.)

Robert runs DBR.com.au
Ed runs OnlineImpact.com.au

6 thoughts on “Domainer Show – Episode 22 with Shaun McGowan

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    August 15, 2020 at 10:54 am
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    Hey Shaun, Well done on lifeinsurance.com.au, what a domain name to get. Great to see you are well and kicking goals.

    Cheers
    Don

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    August 17, 2020 at 4:00 pm
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    You guys a classics!!!

    Great to hear some Aussie domainers alive and well!

    I’ll be back. I reckon😶

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    August 18, 2020 at 6:18 pm
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    WOW – the new look Money.com.au website launched today looks INCREDIBLE!

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    • Luke
      August 18, 2020 at 6:25 pm
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      Agreed – the new look is awesome! Really nice design.

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    August 22, 2020 at 8:00 am
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    Well done on the purchase of LifeInsurance.com.au Shaun. Just listening to the podcast, I think even if it was a Monday that the domain was dropping, I don’t think the corporates would have competed. There would have been too much bureaucracy and red tape to make such a large purchase, outside of the budget, so quickly.

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      August 22, 2020 at 3:56 pm
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      $100k isn’t a large purchase. The former registrant would’ve bought it back for that much had they known someone stuffed up and failed to renew, in my opinion.

      $250k would’ve been the price midweek. Corporates can be a bit dense but they definitely have the money freely available.

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