DSAD.COM: IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Tuesday, November 29th

Nov 29 2016

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I listened to the Domain Sherpa podcast today and I have to say that when those four are together they make my favorite Sherpa reviews. They have good symmetry and compliment each other while having diverse domain styles and backgrounds.

I’m excited to see what Frank brings to the table with the new app and the idea that lower priced names need to have a low resistance flow for the buyer. I recently changed some things on my uniregistry landing pages that I think might be in tune with the direction they’re heading.

For some time now, I’ve been wondering why there’s extra hurdles the buyer has to jump through for names that you’re trying to sell for $1 to $3000. We know that premium priced domains in the registry path get bought because it’s easy. The buyer adds it to their cart and checks out.

The changes I made on a large chunk of domains was setting them to BIN only and changing the for sale banner on the landing page to list the price. So instead of “This domain may be available for sale” I put “This domain is for sale for $999”. It’s the same concept as the premium listings, the potential buyer sees the price, says “what the hell, I can afford that”, clicks the link and buys it. With names registered at Uniregistry the buyer can check out right there, no need for escrow.

I only made these changes a few day ago, but it was interesting to see that Frank was talking about something similiar on the show.

Main List

The No Bid List

247Investors.com  Round the clock money making

ApplySome.com  Apply for a job, apply force

AssistGeek.com  A computer nerd that’s always there to assist you

AtStride.com  Where you should be, not behind not ahead at stride

AutoTechy.com  Able to fix the modern car and all its computers

BanThat.com  A site to protests things you think shouldn’t be allowed

BigBreather.com  Has really big nostrils, you can hear him coming a mile away

Blauser.com A last name,  and a person that helps women put on shirts

BlitzCoverage.com  Could be a footbal site or lightning fast news coverage

BoldJobs.com  Not for the fient of heart

BuildChoices.com  Pick your next home design

BurritoFestival.com   Sounds delicious

BurstingWithFlavor.com this on too

CandidMe.com  straightforward, maybe a site to help people filter what they say

ChooseATune.com  A bar Jukebox brand

CircuitAid.com

CloudMyWay.com  Set up your cloud the way you want it

CottonSmith.com

DailyPinup.com

DollarFrog.com

DramaHour.com

DressModern.com   Time for some new digs

DroidBuild.com  these aren’t the droids you’re looking for

EndGuard.com  Protects the end of something

EnergySmith.com   A few smith names in the list. I think this is the best. A maker of energy

EverythingNaughty.com

ExteriorSmith.com

FactorForce.com  Nice double F brand

FakeCool.com

FilthyWife.com

FirmHands.com  Hands that know work and can help you

FlowDigi.com

FlowerOfPower.com

FogLord.com  Maybe a vape name

ForgeTechs.com  I like the word  forge, cool way to say create or make something, It feels deeper like you’re pulling the thing out of the ether

ForMorons.com

FullDestiny.com    Fullfil you destiny fully

FXLessons.com  Forex or effects

GoldVain.com  Play on vein vs vain

GoodDev.com  development

GoWithOne.com

GreatCoder.com  Hire a great coder for your next app

GroupExchange.com

GuiltFreeTreat.com

HalfCover.com

HelperForce.com  A group of helpful people

HelpInvesting.com

HeWillSurvive.com

HobbyTrac.com

HornPulse.com

HospitalIncome.com  Why does that non profit hospital make $50 million a year? couldn’t they lower my bill a bit?

iCookOut.com

iGoWest.com

InfusionStudy.com

InteriorSmith.com

InternetFreeware.com

JuniorCity.com  Like Lord of the Flies, but in a city

LifeVial.com  This is a system that has all your vital information that can be accessed in an emergency, by your designate

LoveTed.com

LowOnSugar.com

MagicAxle.com

MainlineBank.com

MakeAPad.com

MaleAlpha.com

ManyServe.com

MeanScene.com

MyLostChild.com

NewCaddy.com

NewDine.com

NewFoot.com

NewHeat.com

NewMerger.com

NewMower.com

NewYield.com

NextRepair.com

NiceStrategy.com

NinjaStack.com

NotTomorrow.com

NovaEarth.com

OhOhPickMe.com

OnlineAdventurer.com

OurRunners.com

PartialAccess.com

PickBeer.com

PlantSmarts.com

PlayingStraight.com

PoliticalTwist.com

PowerSettings.com

PrintMadeEasy.com

ProudElite.com

PublikMind.com

PulseOriginal.com

QualityNursery.com

RapidAutoCare.com

RoofAgent.com

RuleIndia.com

SalesInvestor.com

SaltyTiger.com

SameEarth.com

SeattleRemodel.com

SecretLiquid.com

SelfWise.com

SimpleGarages.com

SimplePriority.com

SinfulDeeds.com

SmartProblems.com

SolarSence.com

SplendidDental.com

SquareLog.com

StartHuge.com

StillHealing.com

StraitTruth.com

SugarPaws.com

SugarSaint.com

SynergyMate.com

SystemDisplay.com

TechCruncher.com

Tecktonia.com

ThinBlooded.com

ThugKiller.com

Totaliza.com

TranSolo.com

TutorPad.com

VegetarianTable.com

VitaBread.com

VividCredit.com

VividGold.com

VividMoney.com

VividTraffic.com

WhatAGreatTime.com

WishToo.com

WorkCloser.com

WorkOutEasy.com

YearProject.com

YoureACreep.com

YourLowFare.com

ZipRealter.com

ZitWash.com

Names With Bids

MetaTool.com

akn.net

ForexLessons.com

Dizal.com

MojoScripts.com

RealHospitality.com

GlobalPrinter.com

Spogo.com

WildStack.com

BoxOfTricks.net

WebsiteRescue.net

NewHats.com

Goholo.com

PixShop.com

TouchLamps.com

CreateKids.com

NewBonus.com

SilverStop.com

HealthyDentistry.com

FocusHealthcare.com

GunnyPro.com

CloseTrust.com

eHurry.com

HardTruths.com

MemberFuel.com

MonitorCloud.com

NewTapes.com

RebateSmart.com

RockDrummer.com

TotalBrite.com

Xplorey.com

Namejet

ArkansasHogs.com  College Football

BreastMeat.com  MMMM Delicious Breast Meat

CreativeRecycle.com  Find fun ways to turn trash into something useful

CureFears.com  A name for a counselor or a service that helps you overcome your fear

FinalMeal.com  One last awesome meal before execution

FullyAnimated.com  Espressive, wild, or cartoons

20461.com

LockableStorage.com  Keep your stuff secure

Obstructer.com  An person or thing that blocks things from happening

QuickHotspot.com  A device that gives you internet anywhere

Staked.net

tl4.com

umqf.com

qcqy.net

ix4.com

vpzb.com

iz4.com

Imperatively.com  You must do it

kn4.com

82413.com

vkpj.com

gsdu.com

HealChildren.com  Abuse, injuries help the kids get better

HorribleDay.com  Had a bad day? Find out how to change things so it doesn’t happen tomorrow

AffairRescue.com  Save your marriage

eebk.com

EnergyUtopia.com  Unicorns and Solar

ClownWear.com  The store where all the creepy clowns shop

ContinuitySolutions.com

uw3.com

qfze.com

ummw.com

rckc.com

Rustproof.net  Cuz it’s made of plastic

Flippa/SEDO

pax.net

vrgs.com

hpld.net

Save Money With Daddy Bulk Domain Registration

Your LLLL.coms of The Day

fevp.com

apgm.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

dlzc.net

bcqr.net

cthm.net

hdzy.net

vbud.net

vozs.net

eyeb.net

phul.net

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

l6g.net

hcb.me

Brandables

Balldo.com

Bessik.com

Bojanic.com

Boruda.com

Brewey.com

Brunera.com

Calindia.com

Clubbery.com

Daddify.com

Goltic.com

Hardify.com

Hotoso.com

Imfuct.com

Jojoty.com

Kenlev.com

Komania.com

Luketa.com

Luxult.com

Maquito.com

Midoy.com

Pegey.com

Pidoz.com

Scoovers.com

Shakily.com

Shazimo.com

Slimble.com

Snoglo.com

Sonize.com

Vardio.com

Vesig.com

Votively.com

Wearlo.com

Yabmo.com

Zoood.com

Cuvut.com

Gollel.com

Hirak.com

Spego.com

MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE

Some Numbers

908999.com

738388.com

930393.com

183108.com

9882.info

7892.info

954033.com

962690.com

001270.com

028007.com

25rw.com

31gt.com

31hn.com

532r.com

82bn.com

85tr.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Antz.org

Armchair.biz

Bonitas.biz

Eath.org

Forgot.biz

Meters.biz

Pertains.net

Quart.me

QuickTalk.net

Spinning.biz

Ulcer.me

Unfriended.net

Wrinkled.net

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

Fast420.com

NiftyVegan.com

VRRabbit.com

VrgGo.com

Snap Names

NeverLoseTrack.com

UltimateLeather.com

TotalAim.com

NamePros

BigCupcakes.com

PlayAct.net

TuxRental.org

SnackMug.com

BetterPayOut.com

DeeJay.biz

VRapp.io

FemaleViagra.net

Communicar.net

HomeStagingNY.com

BuyingLumber.com

Rafters.org

FutureMarkets.net

ReceiveCoupons.com

AndroidBugs.com

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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3 comments

  1. Patricia Kaehler

    I’d like to see someone get the
    name you suggested above
    for someone with BIG NOSTRILS…
    I’d get a kick out of an old guys – big nose site…
    ~Patricia Kaehler — Ohio USA — DomainBELL
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  2. T

    Are you manually entering the price in the banner text for each domain or is there a code that you know of? I was thinking about doing this as well but it’s pretty time consuming.


    1. Post author
      Josh E

      Yeah I’m manually entering it but for a large group of domains. What you can do is sort the names into price groups, load the list and then bulk edit them.

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