I sold another .us that I bought during the 10 cent promotion, so I’m now clearly in the black on that experiment after 3 months. I sold this one for $399 BIN at Uniregistry. If the name lives there you can sell the names instantly and only pay a 10% processing fee. It’s all automatic just like Godaddy premium or Afternic or Sedo fast transfer. All you have to do is set the BIN price, the buyer checks out and you get an email.
This name wipc.com is up at Snap but the registrar is Register.com, I thought they all went to NameJet?
And, lol, after my last post talking about the renewal prices at Register.com, I want to be clear, in case there’s new domainers reading this; No domainer anywhere in the world that wants to make money intentionally registers or transfers their names to any web.com registrar. We get some older legacy names at auction usually NameJet, but apparently still SnapNames too, that live at registrars like Netsol and Register.com.
These names probably expired and went to auction while the owner was waiting for the authorization code to arrive via carrier pigeon. Or maybe they lost their internet connection navigating through the 18 pages that appear prior to even getting to a page where you can request the auth code. There’s also a field they want you to fill out that tells them why you’re transferring the name.
You don’t have to fill it out. I used to write things in there like “you suck, I hope your building burns down and all your servers melt” or “every time I deal with you guys it makes me want to punch babies in the face” or “Your company is the reason why terrorists are trying to kill us, thanks a lot” or ” I’d rather throw myself down a flight of stairs before I’d ever renew this name here” but I gave that up a long time ago and just ignore that field.
So just to repeat one more time so everyone understands, no successful domainer intentionally uses a web.com registrar.
- Main List
- No Bid List
- Names with Bids
- LLL, CCC, 5L
- Other LLLL’s
- Short Brandables
- One Worders and Other extensions
- Vape, Vegan, VR
- Snap Names
The No Bid List
AthleteMotion.com Sports Medicine or therapy, shoes or equipment
BurningAlive.com The smoke usually kills you first, but if not it’ll only hurt till your nerve endings burn away
DoctorOrg.com The organization on the .com for Physicians
DomainSift.com A tool to automatically go through domain lists
GreenerClimate.com The movement to plug up those damn CO2 producing volcanoes
GreenGopher.com Small animal and a color, you can’t go wrong
HelpCoin.com Coin is still a popular keyword. Use this for emergency loans or budgeting
HireAStalker.com Not a current service that I know of anyway, be an industry pioneer
InvestorCraft.com The Art of investing
MrCloser.com A baseball name or a dude the company brings in to get the deal done
MyOwnWorld.com Could be lots of things, a game, VR
RapidFacelift.com I picture a drive through plastic surgery center
SoThereYouGo.com There it is
Sourcester.com A brand that can get you anything, like Radar O’Reilly
StrongQuick.com 2 short easy to remember words and you know what it’s about right away
SwipeSecurity.com This is a good one IMO, for credit card security, even though they’re going to a chip.
TrainingPole.com Pole dancers need to start somewhere, they don’t just run out on stagethe first time.
UltraLenders.com A group of amazing people that will give you money
WorldsPub.com A bar with bear and food from around the world
WorldTutorial.com A site that gives you a quick rundown of everything you need to know about a place before you get there
AddictionCrew.com Have a problem with an addiction? Have a friend or family member with an addiction? Hire the Addiction Crew, they’ll track you down, throw you into a van and take you to a secluded location until you’re no longer addicted. The best part is they don’t tell you what they’re doing, you just think you’ve been kidnapped by terrorists the whole time… Genius
AngryMonks.com The chanting gets really intense with angry monks
AntiqueDept.com The place to get your antiques, dept as we all know is short for department lends authority to the name.
ArtSurround.com A product or service that turns a boring room into an impromptu art gallery
BabyFrenzy.com The craziness associated with having a baby
BeautyLesson.com Get tips and tricks to fool people into thinking you’re beautiful
BestJester.com A funny man contest
BlockZoom.com No idea, but it sounds fun
BottleMilk.com A service that bottles and stores breast milk for future use, or sales to weirdo’s
BuildingForever.com Always building or a structure that will always last
BuildTheWeb.com A site development company. Sell it to one of the thousands of companies that pull your whois and attempt to sell you their web and app building service. The email alone would be better than the Gmail account they’re currently using.
BuiltNation.com Past tense so it’s already been built
BullsNuts.com Delicious Mountain Oysters
BuyNoCredit.com a marketing name for a used car dealer that guarantees you’ll be approved for something
ChoreHand.com Like a farm hand but does general chores around the house
CrackJoke.com A funny site that cracks jokes all day long
CrucialCard.com The card you can’t go without
CurePneumonia.com information site on pneumonia, odds are they’ll spell it wrong
DetoxTech.com A service that helps you detox
DoNotTax.com I can see this on a billboard as a slogan for a referendum
DrunkScience.com Like drunk history, but seems a little more dangerous
EpicCharge.com Battery that lasts a really long time
EqualityTax.com A system of taxation where everyone pays the same proportional amount, not a regressive system the penalizes productivity. You don’t have to be rich for this to make sense, I hear people say all the time “I’m not working overtime, it’ll put me into a higher tax bracket” That’s the stupidest system I’ve ever heard of.
GiveHomecare.com Give homecare to a loved one that can’t afford it.
NeedGoodStuff.com Maybe a donation site for used things like clothes or furniture. They don’t want your junk
PalmStorage.com A Geo, anywhere they have palm trees
PropaneTraining.com An info site for a propane company. It would talk about safety and handling of propane. A company that can add value with something like this will reap the benefits. It’s a win win for everyone, valuable information to the consumer and cheap marketing.
ReptileFarmer.com Grow dinosaurs and snakes
ShineLonger.com Shampoo and conditioner
SimplyCarry.com A backpack or device used to carry something that’s normally bulky. Or a gun holster brand
SpeechDictation.com The IOS speech dictation ability is pretty good.
StayOnTheGrid.com I think this is a great name to sell generators or emergency power of some sort, maybe even solar. You hear go off the grid all the time, referring to leaving tech and your communication devices behind. Well this is the opposite, keep me on the damn grid. I got my daytime TV stories to watch.
WarriorMouse.com A cartoon fighting mouse
Your LLLL.coms of The Day
LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s
MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE
Tats.biz There’s a tattoo artist in every town, I like this one
Tavern.biz this one too. It’s worth a few hundred at least to someone that runs a tavern. Out of all the taverns in the world, I’d be pretty happy to be known as Tavern.biz
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