DSAD.COM: IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Saturday, December 31st

Dec 31 2016

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Happy Last Day of 2016. It’s the 366 day of the year for those keeping track.

I made a meme of an email I got yesterday from Register.com,It made me laugh.  If I renew now I can save a whole buck and only have to pay $37! Thank you so much for your generosity web.com. lol.

This is interesting: I found this domain DropCatch.click at auction on NameJet and my first thought was “serioimg_6490usly” What the hell are you gonna do with this? DropCatch.com obviously has a TM and will just take it if you use it for anything.

So I looked it up on Trademark 247 and to my surprise the term DropCatch.com has 2 trademarks both assigned to DropCatch.com LLC of Denver but both are status as “Failed to Respond”. There is one active TM on DropCatch without the TLD and it’s for a company that makes beer glasses and related items.

I’m no lawyer, but does this mean someone could use the .click for a similar service adding the .click to the official name? I’m sure there’s some sort of existing usage clause, but does that count if you started a TM never finished it or let it expire?  I have no idea, just curious, but like I said at first I totally wrote the name off as registered in bad faith, but it appears to my untrained legal eye that it’s legitimate.

 

Main List

The No Bid List

123Britain.com  the easy 123 guide to Britian

247Bookies.com  Place your bets all day and all night

3dCreated.com Probably not worth much but I could see a site of all your cool 3d printed artwork

AlertBooster.com  For the hard of hearing, it amplifies the alert so they can hear it

BloodyMilk.com  I don’t think you should drink the milk if it’s bloody

BoostMass.com  A name for getting huge muscles and bulking up

Cashifi.com  A nice little cash brand

ChainHook.com  I think it makes a better brand than a site to sell chain hooks, it sounds kinda cool and is only 2 syllables

ChooseType.com  a name for selection

CycleZilla.com  The monster of cycles

DiversLink.com Truckers refer to themselves as professional drivers, maybe it’s a social network for truckers

DragonSlay.com  a video game

EpicBonus.com  The best bonus ever

EverFearless.com   Not afraid of anything

ExLast.com

EZPave.com  This is a really good one. Could be a product or service for paving, short and the paving is easy

Gloomful.com  full of gloom

GreatShaver.com  I don’t want a good shaver, I want a great shaver

HelperTool.com  Because tools that don’t help with anything suck as tools

HitMonkey.com  A random monkey name

HtmlSpy.com A tool for tracking competitors websites

IDMyKid.com  Implant a chip in your child so you never lose track of them

ImproveSoccer.com  Add tackling

ItsAllIGot.com

KitchenGrid.com  A system for designing and laying out your kitchen, it helps make sure you buy the right size appliances

LifeMountain.com  I can see this as a logo on a backpack or tent

LionWar.com  Warring large felines go to battle

Loaderz.com

LootLand.com

MadeGeek.com

ManTheWheel.com

Mergery.com

MessNo.com

MrPuck.com  A Canadian name

Neatzy.com

Nerdible.com  Able to be a nerd

OCRents.com

OddRain.com  Jelly.   It it rained jelly that would be odd

OldDocument.com  A service that restores and preserves old documents

OneBigWish.com

PlantEthics.com  I’m not sure if this is the ethical treatment of vegitation or plant as in factory

QuickerMove.com

QuickerMoves.com

QuickReading.com

ReadyFootball.com

RestMind.com

SelfAmused.com

SkillRequest.com

SleepStay.com  A BB or motel name. Easy to remember if you saw a billboard or TV ad

SmartMastery.com  Master being smart

SnagSome.com

SpainLover.com

SquidPig.com  A Pig with eight legs for increase ham production

TechPrima.com

ThreatAlliance.com  A group of like minded people that get together to protect themselves from a common enemy

Thumbia.com  A hitch hiking app

ToonWorld.com

TrackMinds.com

Tuxilla.com  Like Bridezilla for the Groom

VintageCloth.com  Old cloth used to make old clothes

VirtualLiquid.com

WarriorGold.com

WarriorPony.com  Equestria goes to war, Rainbow Dash and Pinky Pie strap on armor. That’s a “My little Pony” reference in case you don’t have a daughter.

Worriless.com  one word, no worries

xButter.com

YourPickup.com  A redneck site, show everyone how much mud the sucker will hold

Names With Bids

Globa.com

MotoBays.com

SocialWell.com

BaysideSkillet.com

Englishwoman.com

JuiceBlend.com

WebOriginals.com

HotRate.com

ComputerPlace.com

ViralMailer.com

QuiteNormal.com

WriterSlink.com

VerticalOne.com

LiquidFund.com

Flixomatic.com

FullTherapy.com

Bitlee.com

ZenDale.com

Namejet

EnergyRelated.com You can bid here if you like EnergyRelated.com Make an offer here if you want EnergyRelated.com or just BIN here

LoveLesson.com No bids or Crazy ass reserve

Bleeds.com

Shanester.com Ahh yes the Shanester

LordWilling.com They will stop this at some point. LordWilling.com you can make a random offer or LordWilling.com buy it for $2788 right now

NoBumps.com  Really good road repair crew

SureSet.com

ebsupport.com Here’s one you can get for the lower end of the reserve right now ebsupport.com

ItDoesWork.com

qoa.com

Flippa/SEDO

Asset.com 1 bid at $110K

HomeBusiness.net comes with a website

oeew.com

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Your LLLL.coms of The Day

uhav.com
aeut.com
morj.com
iouq.com
euud.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

pptv.net
wrkp.net
wctv.net
cvxz.info
betv.net
ifwp.net
nbla.biz
luda.co
rrtv.net
rdcy.cc

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

hhj.biz
pyn.me
r1k.net
z28.co
nmu.co
xva.co
jhh.biz
lvr.co
bcyxw.com
mjjyw.com
qpzqw.com
ttsqw.com
gzwzq.com
zjgyz.com

Brandables

Addir.com
Anopi.com
Binsie.com
Bizbel.com
Boutch.com
Callango.com
Cayozo.com
Cazpo.com
Chyosa.com
Cyozo.com
Digiwag.com
Dooply.com
Focksy.com
Gerker.com
Glitchi.com
Golapi.com
Grazaz.com
Gurooz.com
Hakini.com
Hovory.com
Icendia.com
Idemy.com
Illectro.com
Isendia.com
Jobesi.com
Karzila.com
Kayozo.com
Kexza.com
Keyozo.com
Kizaba.com
Loyop.com
Lumitio.com
Lunavu.com
Luvok.com
Mherd.com
Monglo.com
Nevuz.com
Oblisto.com
Oltivi.com
Oydis.com
Periok.com
Pillogo.com
Pokgo.com
Pugexa.com
Qabuzz.com
Robord.com
Sanosy.com
Scoolie.com
Slibe.com
Sligon.com
Snaxa.com
Sojoh.com
Sutez.com
Swetax.com
Talzi.com
Tryyit.com
Ullay.com
Vejusa.com
Ventuva.com
Vezoco.com
Voiby.com
Vorcs.com
Vutez.com
Wayuk.com
Yickle.com
Yoches.com
Zarazo.com
Zedeq.com
Zelog.com

MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE

Some Numbers

875989.com
326255.com
321235.com
286755.com
853389.com
515223.com
535573.com
765811.com
313575.com
259636.com
388565.com
867879.com
700868.com
067377.com
903968.com
435544.com
408884.com
433566.com
845958.com
984858.com
78ts.com
qg15.com
tf58.com
km17.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

AirAmbulances.org
Bullets.me
Gymnast.co
Haters.me
IceCreams.org
LittleBoy.net
openrdf.org
Overlays.org
ScreenShare.org
Simplifying.net
Sitters.co
Stairs.me
Toilet.cc
WorldBanking.net

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

420Petition.com
GanjaHoney.com
iLikeVapor.com

Snap Names

FilmKingdom.com

NamePros

ClearMinerals.com
MarijuanaMagazine.org
Exactoid.com
Unsuitable.org
EconomicDay.com
Airships.info

AlpsCamping.com
StockCapitals.com
BlogGuides.com
pixifix.com
XgXv.com

Winefarms.org
LocalsInYourArea.com
HonoluluSolutions.com
BigIslandCasino.com
HDVG.net

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 good

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