First, Happy Birthday to my daughter Libby who turns 21 today. My family often reads this because its my diary so Happy Birthday young lady. You’re an amazing person and I’ve loved watching it develop. Being there to pick up when you fall, (literally and taking you for stitches) and clapping when you crush it. You’ll need me less for the former but I’ll always be there clapping.
Where to auction or sell your names. I am going to forget a few so forgive me if I don’t name your company.
NameJet: It’s where I have auctioned my names for 12 years. Yes, they absolutely needed to update their user panel to auction names. To the point where I have done it pretty much through email every time. Time will tell if putting up a name is easier with the new system. But let’s get to results. They have the eyeballs. That’s what you are looking for. Private listings are treated differently but everyone can see them. There is a big Chinese crowd watching the names and your names are seen by Snapnames and NameJet users. Of the places I will list, it’s the place I feel most comfortable with a lower reserve. That being said. If you have a bad name none of these are going to give you good results. Doesn’t have to be a great name but it can’t be awful. Payout takes a month
Godaddy: It’s tough to get your name noticed at Godaddy. I am fortunate I can use this list to bring attention to a name but if you don’t have a good name its hard to get traction because there are so many names. Add to it expired domains.net don’t list private names in their default listing. That being said, once a name has a few bids, Godaddy can provide as many viewers as anyone in the auction space and will yield as good of results as anyone if its got 10 or more bids and is past reserve . Payout is two weeks
DNWE.com. Haven’t used it but seems like a good place to move a name if you need some cash and willing to sell a name a little below value. Also nice because there aren’t a lot of names and new names get put first. You’re going to know pretty quickly if it will sell. Josh (the owner) would know better, but I doubt names that have been that don’t sell in the first 10 days ever sell.
DropCatch.com I’ve sold a few names here. Best tech of the group but you now have to have your names at Namebright to participate. They also tag private names so people don’t bid as high because they think they have been whored out. Love the owners, love the company, auctions are great for their caught names but not great results for the average person. People are there to buy drops. Payout in a week
Sedo: Used to be THE auction house a decade ago. Much less popular now. The positive is that you get all the attention if you have a good name. Not a lot of quality so its all you if you want. Results are good but I haven’t felt comfortable sending a name to auction without a reserve. If its pushed from a bid, that bid needs to be a number I feel comfortable selling at. Payout is within a few weeks.
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Domain of the Day: MedicalPortal.com Medical is the top industry in the US right now and a portal to getting it done is money
Park.io Names at Auction or Available for Pickup
Metaverse.io Getting some great bids. Closes today
Technicals.io Only two bidders. Sounds like a data name to me. To some its a basketball foul
TSW.co Top level letters. I’ll say over under is $500
PacificSolar.us I don’t put many dot us on here but I think some look and world better than others
NS.ai Two letter dot ai have been crushing it
Namejet and Sedo & More Domains at Action
Lill.com A pronounceable LLLL.com. You know there’s going to be a rapper called Lil L if there isn’t one already
Protect.uk Love the name but the reserve is going to be tough to get to
WaterProof.co If you do dot co you have to like this one
MotherSea.com Sounds like a cruise boat name but only registered in 2 extensions so nobody else thinks its a great name. 24 years old
BuySellExchange.com A bit long but you know what it is
Intellident.com Dent removal using AI . Taken in 39 extensions
SwissCapital.com All the money, none of the taxes
Crier.com One word dot com. Not the top level but not the bottom either
WebXperts.com It’s a typo so just make sure to capitalize the X
Mopal.com 5L dot com. Exudes motor and friendship
MuseumX.com Sounds like a museum of digital art
The Godaddy Names with One or NO Bids
Godaddy Domains With Bids
FlixMedia.com Top number of bids and price on the GD board today. No backlinks so this big price is all based on name
DentalBridges.com Same here but an expensive product
MegaProducts.com This is more like it. Not just products but MEGA products
GreaterThanZero.com Sounds like my bank account and BullS IQ
FinChi.com Meditation for money
NewYears.org Own the most fun evening of the year
PlayMayfield.com Only works if they bench Baker Mayfield
StableCore.com Solid and strong in the center, at the core. I like what this exudes.
Zeniq.com Two 5Ls with a few low bids
CoinStay.com Have to be long any coin name at this point
Brikz.com Never meant anyone that bought only one Brik
SpeedyPOS.com Nice to have a fast checkout system. Also my nickname
Kind.us Lord knows we could be kinder to each other in the US
FreeOnlineUsers.com That’s what you’re going to get with the 1.8 MILLION backlinks
The Rest of the Godaddy Names with Bids
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