IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Saturday, July 15th

Jul 15 2017

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Just a quick review about my experience pricing domains with BIN prices vs make offer, or inquire for price.

It keeps happening over and over that domains priced with BIN’s on the major platforms sell for more money through a landing page inquiry.  Here’s why I think this hybrid approach is the best way to go.

Pricing names with BIN prices, especially in a system that offers fast transfer, maximizes the impulse purchase and distribution. These names will show up in the registration path on numerous registrars when the buyer types in a similar keyword or phrase. It doesn’t have to be the exact keyword just similar or related. The registrars want to make money right then by selling the premium listings, so they rarely show anything that isn’t priced and ready to go. There might be exceptions that I don’t know about.

Using this method you’re fully optimizing the distribution network and taking advantage of the numerous registrars that can instantly sell your name. The buyer most likely didn’t go to that platform with the intention of buying your particular name, but they did because it was presented to them.

When someone directly navigates to your landing page and makes in inquiry, they obviously have that domain in mind. While the impulse buy will still work, you have the opportunity to get a better feel for the buyer and or capture the lead. This gives you room to negotiate, and more than likely the average buyer doesn’t even know to check anywhere else. The majority of the names I sell through the landing page are listed for a lower price somewhere else.

If I get an offer or a price is set by the broker, I simply go into the sales platforms and change or remove the price. Sometimes I don’t get to it, but the name still sells for the higher price. The general public has very little understanding of the domain industry and its nuances.

Main List

The No Bid List

911System.com  An emergency system. A site that sells generators or home security

AgiBot.com  An agricultural robot

AnnapolisLawyer.com  Attorney in the capitol of Maryland

aTechy.com

AwesomeStaff.com  A staffing solution, who wouldn’t want awesome staff?

BallRide.com   Strap yourself to a large ball and ride it down the mountain

BidPulse.com  the vital statistics of the bid

BitCoinQr.com  Transfer your coin with the QR code

BitFuser.com  Take parts of coin and put them together

BlendBody.com

CityBum.com

ClimbTerra.com  Climb the earth

CoinBanx.com

CoinProspect.com  A site that gives crypto news and ICO info

CreateCanvas.com  A drawing or painting site

CreditSyndicate.com

CureSmart.com  The smart way to mitigate a sickness

CureSugar.com

CustodyOrder.com  Online list of child custody orders

DoDiamond.com  Buy her a diamond

DrCore.com  A abdomen and back strength training device

DrValentine.com  The Doctor of love

ExpertFlip.com

Farmologist.com  A person that studies farming

FemaleDonor.com  Sell your eggs

FinancialFish.com  A finance brand that comes with a logo

FinTix.com  Financial Ticker

FlexiBucks.com  Cash made out of rubber

FotoBuild.com  Phonetic Photo manipulation software

FxLocker.com

GlowTarget.com  A target for shooting practice at night.

GoldCoinVault.com  A special vault to keep your gold coins safe

HaulerMe.com  A small business hauling service. They need domains too

iDoers.com  People that do things on the internet

JetHydro.com  A boat engine

JokeSquad.com  A fun group always up to shenanigans, “I’ll Pistol whip the next person that says shenanigans”

LaunchDomain.com  ahh and a domain domain

LeafDirect.com  Tobaccy  or Mj, shipped right to your house at wholesale prices

Leatherific.com  Terrific leather

LifeAlternate.com   Change direction, go back and forth between different things,  really depends how you pronounce Alternate

LineItUp.com A scheduling program? A level, or surveying equipment

MaleDonor.com  Donate a little part of yourself

MealForever.com  A Freeze dried meal brand that will last 25 years to forever. Prepare for the zombies now

MeVerified.com  Verify your identity

MindTranscend.com

MoneyEdition.com

MortgageAdjust.com  Don’t like your APR? Change it

MrRenew.com  building renovation or rehab, a drink that gives you energy

mSorry.com  When you mumble your apology…

MultiplyHealth.com

NationWarrior.com  A soldier for a country

NinjaGraphic.com  You can add ninja to anything and it sounds cool

NoLimitFund.com  As much as you need

OilHabit.com  an environmentalist blog that details the life of oil users and addicts

OneTreatment.com   One treatment gives it some authority, either the best treatment or  the only one you need

PleaseSecure.com  A polite way to tell someone to get something, or to strap something down

Pondx.com   If I owned a store that sold home pond installation material, or actually built and installed said ponds, I would like pondx as a name.

Puttly.com   A mini golf course, or golf game

Rainater.com  A product that does something cool with rain

RaiseOrganic.com  Beef, Chickens, veggies

RideOperator.com   Makes me think of Carnies and Circus Folk

SafeEquipment.com  a site that certifies or simply identifies the safest equipment to use

SeeMyTrip.com  Post pics of your trip. This idea has already been taken by every social media platform, but hey, give it a shot

SharpDollar.com  A Silver or Pocahontas  dollar with the edge filed down

SirLocks.com  A  a great lock smith name, or maybe a wig maker

SkillFormula.com  All the right ingredients to gain skills

SmoothJoy.com

SolarSimplify.com  Do it your self Solar, so easy anyone can do it

SportyRide.com

SpotTerror.com  An alert system or app you report suspected terror threats

StainEliminator.com  Get’s rid of any stain

StompWinery.com  A retro winery expedience. People pay to make wine old school.

StreetTrax.com

StrengthShake.com  A very generic protein shake. Maybe an affiliate site that compares different shakes

SumBio.com    Track math

TechyWorks.com  Things that Techy’s build

TestAFit.com  A service, site, app that let’s you test something that comes in sizes online. No idea how it works

ThatsSoNice.com  It is nice isn’t it?

ThreatDefend.com  Martial arts, home security, a gun

TlcCertified.com  A home health care name, they have a certificate that says  Tender loving care Certified, so you know it’s real

TouchFocus.com  Something to do with a camera?

Unexpanded.com  Has not expanded

VeryNutritious.com Broccoli

VoiceStrong.com  Singing lessons, or tell everyone your opinion with force

WarKnight.com  A game? a book? redundant? or is he hardcore, not just a show Knight?

WeAllConnect.com  A happy name bringing people together

WrapStack.com  No idea what you need to wrap, but it protects the stack of whatever it is

zGateway.com  The Gateway with spoken with an accent

More Names With No Bids  Wait we’re not done yet!

Names With Bids

SellMyBike.com

ByProxy.com

EasyShares.com

LostWord.com

Okobe.com

Respoke.com

BrandHire.com

Radza.com

StatMedia.com

VeryFlexible.com

Reyvo.com

AntiWord.com

PlentyPerfect.com

KushHealth.com

CloudHeavy.com

EarthShot.com

RockYourLook.com

Jibbox.com

QuickFiction.com

More Names With No Bids  Every time you by an name from this list an Angel gets it’s wings

Namejet

Christian.net

SeaOptic.com

OrangeJuice.com

CashRaffle.com

InteriorWorks.com

Syron.com

mgp.com

NightEnforcer.com

fulgo.com

MoveBiz.com

FinalExit.com

RightOfCenter.com

ChargeHard.com

VeganMagazine.com

Krumy.com

Flippa/SEDO

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Your LLLL.coms of The Day

bzab.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

fmll.net

mmai.org

mcda.org

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

6hc.org

sti.biz

jlyxw.com

Brandables

Amuzia.com

Blogati.com

Booritos.com

Buggix.com

Cappster.com

Cartalo.com

Fangoz.com

Gigres.com

Guzax.com

Illzy.com

Insticked.com

Intellized.com

Iprezzo.com

Katerly.com

Kidative.com

Laziano.com

Lizux.com

Nexove.com

Okkeo.com

Orziva.com

Pezasia.com

Pritani.com

Ronzitto.com

Simuality.com

Spacino.com

Squelo.com

Stesea.com

Tellaz.com

Vaqaro.com

Vocanza.com

Weboji.com

Wildino.com

Witers.com

Workezy.com

Workova.com

Yafot.com

Zoggin.com

Zoldex.com

Zulfer.com

Zurce.com

MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE

Some Numbers

3201.net

670688.com

136892.com

170688.com

7258900.com

qr68.com

sl32.com

hl61.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Tune.biz

Miss.biz

Same.biz

Lingo.biz

Sweet.biz

Rehab.biz

Agents.biz

Equity.biz

Cookies.biz

Amoretto.org

Secretary.biz

Homeowner.biz

Classifieds.cc

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

HashNash.com

KushSnack.com

SeniorCbd.com

VrReload.com

WeedMoment.com

WeedUnited.com

CashForGrass.com

VeganCompanion.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

IceBerry.com

Ipiq.com

1189.net

08337.com

NamePros

CalmingToys.com
VEJ.net
WalletForMen.com
Workpants.net
ClimbPros.com

WisconsinPortal.com
ChicagoHealthTech.com
GeniusThinking.net
DropFetch.com
Pegs.info

iReturned.com
HonoluluForecast.com
FunCheats.com
MortgageBio.com
WireYourBrain.com

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Available Names

Available for Reg Fee big list

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. Paul McMenamy

    That’s a very interesting opening commentary Ike. How do you create such a landing page though? Is it through certain selling platforms only i.e. Uniregistry etc.?
    Many thanks for your continuous stream of useful tips and guidleines.
    Paul.


    1. Post author
      Josh E

      Thanks Paul,
      It doesn’t matter which one you use. You don’t need to create anything, I have my names parked at Uniregistry, my .com’s have a banner that says something like “This Domain is for Sale” which takes them to an inquiry page. I could have it set to a BIN landing page if I wanted. I do that with .us domains because I don’t want to bother negotiating since I have them all priced at $399.

  2. Brian

    Hi Josh,

    Thanks for all of your insight and listings that you share with your readers everyday. I agree with today’s commentary and I try to have both BIN and brokered names on different sites. I find that I sell much more of the BIN than the brokered names (which supports your commentary), yet the brokered sales (even for similar tlds and name quality) are significantly higher (also supporting your findings).

    Quick question for you: I am considering moving my registrar from Godaddy to Uniregistry (I currently use both Uniregistry and Afternic landing pages depending on the names). It seems the prices are very close on renewals (Godaddy preferred pricing and Uniregistry large portfolio discounting). Are you happy with Uniregistry as your registrar and what prompted you to make the change?

    I am interested and would appreciate your feedback. BTW-nice crop of Shane today. That dog MC cracks me up.


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      Josh E

      Hey thanks Brian, I appreciate it.

      Godaddy is still cheaper for me even at 20 cents or whatever it is, adds up. I sell more names through Godaddy premium listings than anywhere else. In theory Afternic should be just as good, but listing the names on Godaddy premium adds 2 months of fast transfer as Listings on Afternic won’t qualify until the 60 days is up.

      I like Uni as a company and platform, and most of the people are great, but I can’t justify moving my names there when I pay more and most importantly don’t have access to Godaddy Premium listings or even Afternic Fast transfer. In fact I’d probably pay more to keep my names at Godaddy for that reason alone.
      If you’re selling a lot of domains, every bit of exposure, every advantage no matter how small, helps sell more names.

      I personally see no benefit to having my names at Uni. I do have a bunch there and have been slowly moving them back.

  3. Brian

    Josh, Thank you for very much for the candid response. I have been debating that question since Justin from Uni reached out a few months back. Their carrot is the commission discount which is enticing. Also, I really like the brokers and staff at Uni, but I do sell more through Afternic/Premium listings and didn’t even think about the 60 day delay until you brought it up. I am much more comfortable with passing on this opportunity. So, thanks again.

    Now comes the hard part, pairing down the list of renewals that happens every season. After one gains experience to buy better names (no more hand reg), it gets harder and harder to separate the wheat from the chaff. And, then, the dreaded renewal bills add up.

    The better tact is probably to increase the sales velocity. Hence, one of the reasons we follow you and Shane and to obtain your sage advice. Thanks again for your help and commentary everyday. It is greatly appreciated!

    Have a great weekend with the family.


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      Josh E

      Thanks Brian,

      I’m actually working all weekend but I appreciate the thought. I hope you also have a great weekend.
      What commission discount did they offer you? I think that I only pay 10% if I sell the name through their checkout system even if it’s at a different registrar (no broker involved). One thing to keep in mind is the cost of the payout. Uniregistry passes the paypal fee on to you, While Godaddy/Afternic even brandbucket incorporate the money transfer cost into the commission.

  4. Brian

    Hi Josh,

    Sorry you had to work this weekend. But, that is the life of an EMR Pro. I used to be in law enforcement (tangentially–Deputy DA way back in time–I am same age as Shane). But, know that you are doing public service and no one ever should question your heart or what you do for others.

    Now on to your domain question, I think Uni was representing a small discount off the broker price of 15%, if I move my portfolio to them. I was really thinking about it, but I calculated that I needed to sell $50k per year with them to offset the difference in GD lower renewal fees (plus cashback sites which I recommend for everyone to use).
    That, plus your analysis above, put that move on a long term hold (although, the cashback sites are clamping down recently, that may change the fiscal dynamics).

    My problem is that I am only selling 1 name every other week and (from what everyone says), I have pretty decent (mild understatement) domain names at decent prices. Although, I admit I have some unrealistic love affair with .biz names for some reason.

    In any event, I hope that helps. Btw-I know you are busy, but if you ever want to chat off post, feel free to reach out, happy to talk shop, etc.
    All the best.


    1. Post author
      Josh E

      Brian, email me whenever you want, josh@dsad.com we can talk more.

      Uni’s out there hustling to grow and attract domainers. I think the things I’ve mentioned are major detractors to their mission and I don’t believe it’s through any fault of their own or mostly any fault of their own. I don’t think Goddady is allowing them to take part in the Afternic fast transfer program. I suggested to Uni that they give their expiring inventory to Godaddy in exchange for Afternic fast transfer listingings. I think it would be worth it for them at this stage since they’re not selling any of the expired inventory, that I know of anyway.

      The problem is the names would go to Godaddy, unlike namejet or snap where they’d return to the same registrar after the auction. Still think it would be worth it for them to get into the Premium Afternic market.

      As far as not selling enough names and having decent prices; I think we all tend to overprice the names that we think are really good or extra special. When I say “overprice” I mean a price that will take longer to sell the name not a “wrong” price.

      I find myself doing it all the time. I see a name and think, “that one is really good, I’m pricing it higher”. This makes sense because of course that’s what we’re going to do. We price these names not off of any real data, really just on how we feel about them.

      With that said, your names probably are priced at decent prices, but you have to ask yourself “To what degree of decent will i set the price if I want to sell more names?” Remember you have an “out” by leaving the landing page with no price.

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