IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Saturday, March 31st

Mar 31 2018

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The only thing worse than paying registration fee for crap names is buying them at auction.

You can tell if someone has purchased your expired Godaddy names based on when you get the cancellation email.  If the email comes around 03:00 Eastern time, your .com domain has more than likely been removed from your account and is now in “redemption”. This means that the domain has gone through the whole Godaddy auction process, including closeouts and no one picked it up. If you get the email at any other time, particularly around auction time, the domain has been bought. You could also figure this out just by the date you get the cancellation email, but if you have a lot of domains you don’t really pay attention to what happens to them if you’re letting them drop.

The vast majority of my domains at Godaddy were purchased for registration fee, mostly hand caught off the drop. lately someone has been buying up a ton of my reg fee domains that I let expire on purpose. They’re paying more than reg fee for a name that I paid reg fee and didn’t sell.

A couple things to take away from this:

Godaddy auctions is a huge machine that seems to be doing something right as far as improving their own business model and delivery.

Another is that people will may stupid prices for expired domains, maybe they’re buying so many at Godaddy because it’s a smaller list than the full pending delete list, making it easier to search. I don’t really know.

And finally, most of the work is in the search or the creativity. Just because something as been registered for 10 years doesn’t give it any value.  I guess I talk about cheap names so much because I see all these BS domains selling for more than reg fee at auction and it baffles me.

Main List

The No Bid List

AlignmentGuru.com  Vehicles or Backs

AllergyDefence.com  I can never remember if it’s defense or defence

AthleteSherpa.com  Guiding athletes to victory aka coach

BalloonDeluxe.com  Sell fancy balloons

BorderLord.com  Colonel Jessup in a “Few Good Men” You need him on that wall.

BotAnalyze.com  The robot analyzer

BuildTransit.com  Civil engineer name

CantBelieve.com it’s not butter?

CanyonWinery.com  Sounds like it could be a winery somewhere

CashOrCoin.com  ooh  a coin name without a bid…

CoDefend.com

Cointur.com  Another name with coin in it, with random letters added to the end

ConsiderCost.com  A call to action name for an ad campaign to save you money for something

CreditFact.com  Get the facts on credit

CrossAgent.com

DoLiving.com  Earn of living or live life to the fullest

EarnCryptoCoin.com

Employology.com  The study of employment

ExtendMind.com  Think about things in a new way, adderall or vitamins

FAuthority.com  A name to start your very own anarchy blog

ForgeInvest.com

FundAwesome.com  money for awesome things

HackConnection.com Don’t want to pay for wifi? Hack the connection

JiffySolution.com Get the help you need fast

MeEdition.com  A book about you

MoonMuscle.com  No idea but it sounds kinda cool

PaidPerformer.com  A site to find entertainment for your next event

PlaceLookup.com

RidePlotter.com  A map or GPS

RidingKit.com  Comes with a helmet, gloves and chaps

RightDetail.com The detail you need

ScoutSky.com A cool little name for an aviation business

SimplyMining.com  build your own mining rig safely

SwiftTrademark.com  Fast help with trademark issues

TooSure.com

TorchWork.com  When you need welding done

UltimateHacking.com

VirtualSimulate.com  Run scenarios a lot cheaper than real life.

VisionSquad.com

WeaponKit.com

WeCareRehab.com  Not a bad name for a rehab business, at least it makes you think they care

WineSyndication.com

YogaCorporation.com The business that’s all about yoga

YouSigh.com

More Names With No Bids

Names With Bids

ObjectMentor.com

CannabisReport.com

lcdmonitors.com

BitCoinReporter.com

VDirect.com

EmergingTravel.com

SimplyInvest.com

Alumn.com

UnlimitedRealEstate.com

linuvo.com

RetroPhotography.com

CryptoCollective.com

CallMaster.com

Medifix.com

JobUk.com

Surprizes.com

WeedRevenue.com

BuildingAlliance.com

UsMeet.com

WePromo.com

CoinUpload.com

Queencake.com

lolsnap.com

Continenti.com

Rossaz.com

Sibism.com

ChaosUniverse.com

clearm.com

mikodo.com

DoctorJimmy.com

iWantMyCbd.com

SkiUtopia.com

More Names With No Bids

Namejet

NaturalScience.com

MonsterPlay.com

UniverseKingdom.com

DigitalMandate.com

UnknownProphet.com

BestMag.com

CashDance.com

GamingContent.com

WebDistribute.com

Serier.com

UsWorkforce.com

Senoras.com

BankDept.com

Flippa/SEDO

Portfolio of Cannabis Names

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Your LLLL.coms of The Day

mdex.com
gend.com
eigi.com
hnzo.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

bclt.org
wspb.net
Cass.biz
gfga.org
Figa.org

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

6en.com
vfx.us
iuv.cc
h0r.com

Brandables

Alstona.com
Beastea.com
Bridly.com
Clonical.com
Colaj.com
Crysergy.com
Fazelo.com
Feboy.com
Flaved.com
Fosop.com
Kikler.com
Latelo.com
Mealty.com
Nepoy.com
Niddin.com
Onanor.com
Paketic.com
Phumi.com
Proxisio.com
Savask.com
Slazr.com
Slokid.com
Thurio.com
Tojovo.com
Tovvly.com
Vollist.com
Wofting.com
Yevul.com
Yummla.com
Ziverge.com
Zolotor.com
Zyonara.com

MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE

Some Numbers

365395.com
365385.com
331998.com
884818.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Flash.co
Pasta.co
Strix.org
Ministerial.org
Flatten.org
Rebuild.biz
Silker.net
Speal.org
Opens.biz
Snoring.cc
Trails.cc
Relaxing.cc
Staffs.info

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

AmishGanja.com
KosherStrain.com
NewestStrain.com
SeekMarijuana.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

VirtualHire.com

Ravell.com

NamePros

JewelBoots.com
RareComics.net
044.info
PersonalVan.com
VDPG.com

GoodLife.style
iExports.org
CarsAndWomen.com
FishBox.net
VRLetter.com

BigBuy.info
Unsub.org
NowInfluencers.com
Mailboxes.io 
Protecting.io
Jayce.co
ToolCrypto.com
CoinMention.com
BlockchainRage.com
BitcoinVault.xyz

Godaddy Value BIN

NewsScan.com
CityServer.com
LifeStreams.com
DiseaseCentral.com
ComputerDiy.com
LaundryBall.com
PageDoctor.com
OrderCard.com
LifeFromBeyond.com
InformPro.com
HeartSteps.com
CreditForAll.com
ReallyDumb.com

Godaddy Value BIN

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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5 comments

  1. Tom

    Josh, I don’t know about you, but I think we’ve seen a jump in expiring domain prices over the last 6 months or so. I’ve hand reg’d probably about 750% of the names I have, and when I really like one at auction I’ll go after it.

  2. Ategy.com

    I’m thinking for your domains it’s likely a combo of 6 things …
    .
    1- Some of them that were worth $9 to you are still worth $20 to others for the same reasons.
    2- Some of them aren’t that bad.
    3- Some of them might have good stats in a metric particular to the new buyer.
    4- Some bots aren’t so smart.
    5- There’s a serious increase in auction action lately.
    6- You’re becoming legendary .. as such there’s probably some new domainers out there who target what you have targeted thinking that they too can “Sell a Selection of Salacious Seal Names Down by the Sea Shore for $777,777 . 🙂
    .
    I actually physically go through the lists myself and am amazed how much is completely worthless .. and I’m not even talking handreg domains from a year ago (soooo many of those) .. I’m talking domains that are 10-15+ years old where at least one person has paid to renew worthlessness multiple times.

  3. Uknowledge

    Just because you dropped them doesnt mean its all worthless . I have bought names and then have to wait “patiently” and sure i do my homework to see who will want a similar name that works better for their brand . If something is emerging then the possibility of the domain being wanted is high . I like when some names drop and i know not all domainers have patience like others that hold their names and sell for a profit.


    1. Post author
      Josh E

      That’s not my point, they could pick the names up for $8 when they drop. They’re paying a premium for a name when they could buy just as good or better for reg fee. A few names would be understandable, but the volume is what I’m talking about. Obviously any name has the potential to sell, even if that potential is someone high on crack buying it by mistake.

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