DSAD.COM: IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Saturday, December 3rd

Dec 03 2016

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The other day Raymond Hackney started a series on TheDomains.com entitiled The Good the Bad and the Ugly, the first post in the series was about Godaddy. I posted some of the things that I like and don’t like about Godaddy as a whole. The thing that people seem to like the most about Godaddy is the customer service, and I have to agree, I usually have a great experience anytime that I need help. The thing that caught my attention in the bad category was the amount of people that don’t like that the a name can still be renewed after the auction ends.

I can understand how that can be frustrating and it’s happened to me many times. On the other hand I’m guilty of renewing or transferring names out after they’ve gone through the auction process, usually it’s because I’m behind. I used to have everything on Auto renew but then I’d pay for names that I didn’t want to renew so I turned them all off. I have a solution that I think would make everyone happy.

What if you could reap the benefits of your name going through the expired auction? Let’s face it, trying to sell a name you own  on Godaddy auctions puts you at a distinct disadvantage right off the bat. You’re trying to get eyes on your name while going up against 20-30 some thousand expiring names. The expiring names start at either 10 or 12 $, your name starts at $20 and if it sells it for $20 you’ll only get a $5 return. Who want’s to do that? Then you have the “traffic” stats that the expiring inventory has. Once the name expires the name servers are turned to Godaddy servers and visits are tracked for the time period before the auction start.image-1-4

What if you could opt in to the expiring auction of your domain, let the sale go through and get a portion of the revenue? Maybe it would be slightly higher than the 20%, maybe not, but more auctions would complete, your domain would be on an equal footing with the rest of the expiring inventory, Godaddy wouldn’t lose the sale because you transferred the name to another registrar to avoid the $80 recovery fee, and the buyer gets the name they won.

Godaddy is selling the expired inventory at 100% profit, minus any infrastructure maintenance and other costs of doing business, but they’d be running that anyway. I actually think that the amount of names that sell would increase. If I have liquid domains that are on the low end of the spectrum I have an outlet to sell them and make some money, If I have higher priced inventory that I’m thinking about selling anyway I’ll let it go through the expired auction to avoid the hassle of listing it anywhere else.

With Uniregistry I can now sell names that are registered there with no commission and just a small percentage transaction fee. It’s one more thing that makes Uniregistry more and more attractive. If Godaddy had something like I’m suggesting, I’d be less inclined to transfer my name’s away, because I know that even if I forget to renew them I’d have an out, to not lose my ass on a valuable name, not to mention my names would have the same advantage and be indistinguishable from other expired inventory.  

The NameJet picks probably have tons of crazy $1000-$2500 reserves, I didn’t take the time to filter them out. I’m probalby should in the future because I really don’t want to promote Buy Domains retail domain sales. Hopefully this changes soon, same thing going on that we talked about before, Buy Domains is using NameJet to promote their domains with reserves set in the range of the current BIN price on their site and Afternic. I went through the list yesterday and placed some backorders. I picked over 250 names all words or brandables, around 200 of them were owned by BuyDomains with the $1000 + reserve.

Main List

The No Bid List

AlternativeFolk.com  Could be hippies or Aliens

BlockUnchain.com  Still not sure how the whole Block Chain thing works, something about doing math problems that connects to other math problems that somehow morphs into money. This is those links coming apart.

EverChain.com  The links never come apart with this name

FormerIllegal.com  A political name for illegal alien amnesty

GoSyria.com  Syria is still in the news

iEatOut.com  I’m assuming it’s about grabbing food, but it might not be

LineStraight.com  It’s a thing in reserve order, but it could be a brand

MasterPod.com  Pod is still a trendy word

MultiStat.com  Takes all the stats you need and outputs trends

MythFix.com  Like that site that corrects urban legends

NewWage.com  A brand for finding a new job or new ways to make money

NewWagon.com

NinjaSecurity.com  Hire Ninjas to protect your home or business

NYCActive.com   A Gym or health blog in NYC

PlugBlue.com  Ads maybe?

RXLawsuit.com  A site for medication class action lawsuits

SecretSide.com  This is probably referring to 4D 5D it’s the secret dimension that no one knows about

SeoPrime.com Seems like a good SEO brand

SeoPrimer.com  A guide to SEO

SpillReport.com   Maybe a site that tracks large oil spills

TapIntoEnergy.com  All kinds of uses, drinks, oil, natrual gas, solar

TerraShelter.com  Earth shelter

ThriftSense.com  A site that saves you money

TodayAlive.com   I see it as Feel alive or active more so than not dead

TrendyKitty.com  Lots of people love Cats

WatchRight.com  Because watching wrong sucks

ZeroPlans.com  A vacation name, no plans nothing to do but relax

AccreditMe.com

AlienMods.com

AllDomainSale.com

AquaCyber.com

ArtistInSpirit.com

AtomicClockwork.com

AutoPowered.com

BehaveNow.com

BestBeachEver.com

BestSunsetEver.com

BigFatHero.com

BillClear.com

BioDetails.com

BriteDocs.com

BugSketch.com

CaliforniaCycles.com

CheckThisShitOut.com

ChessMagic.com

CircuitTap.com

CityShore.com  Go to the beach in the city, watch out for needles

CloudTruth.com

ColoradoRelief.com

ConstantNonsense.com

CoolScenic.com

CourtAuthority.com

DeluxeDenver.com

DigitalTurf.com

DoBargain.com

DraftNext.com  A sports draft pick name, who’s next?

DrivingDynamic.com

EarthNutrient.com  Soil or fertilizer

EndYourCommute.com  Work from home

EnergyIn.com

EnterFuse.com

EveBlue.com

ExclusivelyHere.com   This site is the only one that sells this product

ExpressFuture.com

FeederX.com

FinerTime.com  The good old days

FinestHorse.com

FoldHere.com

ForceLegal.com  A legal force to be reckoned with

FotoKid.com

GetHands.com  Find people to help

GigSurge.com

GoatQuote.com   Sounds funny, tell everyone what the goat says

GoPlaytime.com

GovCredit.com

GuruSoup.com

HappyKin.com

HateMuch.com

HealingSteam.com  A sauna name

HealthDude.com  Works out 8 times a day

HealthImprovementExpert.com

HeyTakeItEasy.com

HoundWalk.com  A dog walking service

ImQuitting.com   Quit bad habits

IndexSquare.com

Intelligensa.com

ItsGoodStuff.com

ItsMyFood.com

iWaist.com  internet waist line?

KickMarket.com  Sell soccer or “football” gear

KidsRoute.com

LatinSynergy.com

LawyersHQ.com

LongSize.com

LoveSecure.com

LovesGod.com

MainVirtual.com

MassGood.com

MassOffer.com

MeatStack.com

MedSelection.com

MemberPayments.com

MiniGoal.com

ModernSurvivalist.com

MrsVegas.com  Has been Miss Vegas off and on 9 different times

MusicRiff.com

NerdBurglars.com  Sounds funny

NowPray.com

NYorker.com

OneAndOut.com  Get one and get the hell out

PaintBiz.com  Not a bad painting name, sell it for a few hundred bucks to your local painter

PowerUpFitness.com

PremiumPods.com

ProjectSprout.com

PuppyFeet.com

RapidRinser.com

ReadMyFile.com

RepToday.com

RoadCarry.com

RockThatCock.com

RopeHold.com

SafeRegistry.com

ShipFish.com  Hopefully it gets there fast, could go very wrong

SimpleAppraisal.com

SimpleBall.com

SiteOnSafety.com

SitYoga.com

SkillsTester.com

SonicYou.com

SpoonBowl.com

StopYourCommute.com

StyledLove.com

TaskHope.com

TeamSquash.com

TimeChanging.com

TimelessTrees.com

TotalHomeRealty.com

TraderSocial.com

TradeTechs.com

TriHost.com

UnlimitedLegacy.com

uQuibble.com

ViewAct.com

VirtualTryouts.com

VisionGolf.com

VividNewYork.com

WhichNight.com

WholesomeGrocer.com

WildInLove.com

WongIndustry.com

WorkInFaith.com

WorshipClass.com

Names With Bids

TechTrot.com  has traffic I think

EnergyOne.com   The first in energy

PaydayOk.com

Engagers.com

CountryArtists.com

NewStatus.com

Sofcu.com

LeadEnergy.org

Seville.org  City org name, It works well

VegasVista.com

FootballExclusives.com

MadNights.com

OrangeCrow.com

ActiveArticles.com

Pazip.com

Grabox.com

UltraForex.com

Names With 1 Bid

DebitFix.com

Duckro.com

ExactName.com

FlexFlush.com

Goodtxt.com

MeteorRocket.com

Mupper.com

RiskEveryday.com

StripeCloud.com

ToDiscern.com

Wenoxo.com

Namejet

WatchOnline.tv  A nice Span the dot name

CharlotteCountyRealEstate.com   Not sure where it is but I’m sure they buy and sell property there

BathroomsOnline.com  Design your bathroom remodel virtully, then print out the blueprint

InterLearn.com
TaxRemedy.com
WordSystem.com
Cobrand.com
ImagesOnline.com
GlobalPrograms.com
PrivacyMarket.com
Valentine.com
Nudities.com
kinkys.com
YellowChair.com
volcon.com
OrgZone.com
InventorsWorld.com
GiantBear.com
BritishPage.com
FundingExpert.com
TreeMedics.com
StopCell.com
YouthAssistance.com
QualityLink.com
LocalGallery.com
GourmetSolutions.com
SafetyAssociation.com
CyberSki.com
OilLeases.com
BlueResearch.com
QualityTees.com
FormSubmit.com
YoungDemocrat.com
UltimateTour.com
MarineTrade.com
TakingTime.com
SwingHigh.com
NightMonkey.com
OralTest.com
WorldsVoice.com
WomanGroup.com
HonestPerson.com
NoEnvy.com
OilBuyer.com
SecretStorage.com
ParallelProject.com
ManyMiles.com
tekee.com
Bioethical.com
spookies.com
CombatCancer.com
FloodEmergency.com
VertLine.com
FreshOutlook.com
OceanGuardian.com
ExecutiveShop.com
NationalDigest.com
MeatPack.com
TherapyTreatment.com
QualityFishing.com
TechAlarm.com
EmployerMatch.com
ProfessionalRehab.com
LiveDisco.com
MrMood.com
TryMoney.com
MultipleVoice.com
HappyYears.com
FilmLive.com
ModernPoverty.com
ChildSolution.com
FamilyTrek.com
TalkToo.com
QuickRoad.com
BetterPro.com
HomeAlternative.com
ValleyEstate.com
GoGenes.com
SolidLiving.com
WalkWorld.com
loday.com
kurax.com
IdealFlorist.com
allkidz.com
ClinicalSystem.com
TrailRanch.com
AntFree.com
TrainingQuest.com
ClassLeaders.com
ProjectMethod.com
CheckLocally.com
youngu.com
GreenGovernment.com
eqxb.com
LowerTheRisk.com
AtTheRoot.com
EarthNeeds.com
NaturalSynergy.com
ProInvestigations.com
overone.com
aspecialkind.com
StopHack.com
VirtualLeader.com
PracticalCloud.com
vuzed.com
GreenSee.com
StackAttack.com
AutomaticTime.com
DoTake.com
bandiga.com
TodayBuzz.com
PeopleExchange.com
GreatSavior.com
gotsin.com
tekfolio.com
BusyWay.com
lzzll.com
OrangeBack.com

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Zipaz.com

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Zonemo.com

Glotrax.com

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Ooorl.com

Zipca.com

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555948.com

048444.com

338019.com

338039.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Chinstrap.org

Creeper.co

Debbie.co

Drilled.me

Frothing.org

Impression.me

Summon.cc

Volley.cc

Futerra.net

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

HashishTreats.com

HighSmokers.com

SpicyGrass.com

Homegrown.cc

CannaUnion.com

VaporCard.com

Snap Names

NamePros

AOQN.com

BizzMag.com

OrderFilament.com

BrandRocker.com

TaskOver.com

CapitalOffence.com

GemPolishing.com

ShandonLawyers.com

iFood.biz

Catalog.life

CivilCase.org

Brightens.net

InstaEmoji.com

vipCasino.co

LiveStocks.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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12 comments

  1. Tony

    I think Fabulous pays the domain owner 80% of what the expired domain sells for on Namejet. 80% sounds reasonable because 20% is the upper end of what brokers take on a sale. This has been around for years and is not a new idea. Godaddy is greedy for taking 100%.


    1. Post author
      Josh E

      No problem Raymond, I think it’s a great idea. Hopefully the companies will take the information gathered and make better products.

  2. Raymond Hackney

    I agree with you on the rev share at Go Daddy, I wrote a post last year saying GoDaddy could give us a Christmas present and share revenue. I think eventually all registrars will see that it makes sense to implement something.


    1. Post author
      Josh E

      I think if they started it as an “opt in” program most of their inventory wouldn’t be affected at all.

      What I mean is that essentially investors would be the only ones partaking of the program. Companies and individuals that have let their domains expire either have little to no knowledge of the expiring aftermarket or could care less about what happens to the domain once they’re done with it. They have no expectation of selling the domain under normal circumstances.

      Maybe that’s not really fair but I think it would make it easier for Godaddy to accept since the vast majority of the inventory wouldn’t be affected.

      It would be a great retention tool for the registrars as well. I certainly think investors would think twice about which registrar they use if they had a default revenue option.

      1. Tony

        Godaddy would dominate even more both as a registrar and marketplace if they implemented rev share for expired domains. Hand register a good domain for $10 and if you don’t sell it yourself in a year you have a chance of getting most of your money back if someone else buys it for $12 after it expires. For large domain holders, this would give them an avenue to liquidate as Godaddy expired auctions usually get the best prices – even better than Namejet imo.

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