IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Saturday, May 5th

May 05 2018

Escrow.com

I’ve been selling a lot of names that are about to expire or have recently expired on DropCatch. The sell through rate has been decent and it’s a good way to keep Godaddy from making all that free money.

There still seem to be a higher than normal amount of expired domains being bought up in Godaddy Closeouts, maybe  their valuations has something to do with it, or maybe it’s just an investor buying everything up. 

So if you want a chance to buy some names before they go through the Godaddy auction, take a look at the DropCatch auctions. You can give the money to me and Turncommerce instead of Godaddy the giant domain machine. Prices start at $15 for the private seller auctions, and not many names get more than 1 bid. That price includes at least 1 year of registration. It you buy the same name later at Godaddy auctions or closeouts you pay about the same price and will have less than one year of registration.

Forget the Godaddy valuations, here’s a real valuation on a name that I have at auction. GoCurious.com has a retail value of $999 and currently has one bid at $59.

Wanna know how I came up with that retail price? Because I just sold it on Afternic for $999 the other day. There’s a real buyer that paid for the name, but since I was lazy and didn’t remove the listing, the sale won’t be going through.

The auction will go to completion and the winner can then sell the name to the retail buyer. $999 less the commission is $799 take home. I figure someone can bid all the way to $500 and still make a nice profit. 🙂   

And Happy Cinco de Mayo, but more importantly happy Birthday to my Sister Joanna. I can’t imagine and scenario where she’ll read this without me sending it to her directly, but it’s the thought that counts. She thinks I sell websites or deal in online black magic; we all still have a lot of work to do helping people understand what a domain even is.

Finally, I’m no longer rolling on the floor crying, I had a root canal done, or at least half a root canal. It has a temporary sealant so I have to go back in a few weeks. I’m not sure how it all works, but apparently they put some sort of medicine in the tooth before finishing the job. Turns out the problem was with the tooth behind the one they kept refilling. So now I’m thinking the dentist has been torturing my other tooth for no reason.  

Main List

The No Bid List

BananaStack.com  stack your bananas, I’m not sure why you would but do it. Seems like a fun brand for something

BlockCalender.com  record your appointments on the blockchain, no excuses that it got deleted

ByYour.com

ChooseYourGender.com  The site for kids to decide what they’re gonna be, I think there’s like 118 different genders now

CoinAbundance.com  overflowing with coins

CryptoMags.com

DentistCheckup.com  You should do this regularly, hopefully you’ll avoid root canals

DirectAlt.com

DojoWay.com  The way the ninja’s do it

DressRehab.com  Spruce up your look or an old dress

EnrichKnowledge.com

FlipDonkey.com  Crazy asses that jump around

FruitHabit.com  Eat more fruit, make it a part of your daily habit

FullDenver.com  Everything there is to know about Denver

FusionKid.com

GoldRushed.com  Just like the madness or the 49er’s but in the past

HeartySoil.com  top soil for growing

HomeOfCourse.com  Where are you going? Home of course, a brand to sell things for your home

iLoveShooting.com  Sell bullets, targers, hearing protection and safety glasses

ImagineDragon.com Just like the band, minus the “s”

 KickCar.com

LifeEternally.com  Live forever

MagnificentUs.com  A site about how great you or your company is

MakeupAgent.com  A makeup artist agent

MisterMama.com  Just like Mrs Doubtfire

MrStrategic.com  Go to this guy for help developing a plan and strategy

NewDojo.com

NoMishaps.com  Everything went right

OrdinarySpace.com  Nothing special about it

OwnTheSource.com  Don’t pay a middle man, own the source

PotCa.com  Ganja in Canada or California

PrivacyDefend.com

PublicBooking.com

ReadyGoTrade.com

RentalTuxedo.com

RepeatUse.com  Maybe something that treats or protects tools so you can use them again

RippleVault.com  Store your ripple

SeoSignal.com

SightScope.com  Make your scope on target

SourceOfCredit.com

SpiceLedger.com

SteakCut.com  Those big fries

TalkSherpa.com  Helping you talk to people

TranslateLove.com  Understand the language of love

UpClimate.com

WeGotCanna.com  Sell you canna online

ZenMarkets.com

ZoomFormula.com

More Names With No Bids

Names With Bids

WePayCash.com

Taptu.com

CoinsDirect.com

MrTea.com

VipTransportation.com

Cavina.com

Zomby.com

TravelTiger.com

SeekJoy.com

Lushious.com

Crowd-Fund.com

BidRight.com

RescueShelters.com

WhatTravel.com

TouchEdit.com

PrimeWar.com

Enovating.com

TrackLayout.com

SharpRegister.com

GearStarter.com

DiscoverThat.com

WorkStage.com

PhotoLike.com

WarDemons.com

MarijuanaCa.com

ChurchGear.com

More Names With No Bids

Namejet

Constriction.com  Make it smaller, constrict it

GamerSurplus.com  Gear for gamers at a discount

SplendidAudio.com  Your ears will thank you

TourMalibu.com  A tour guide service

HeavenlyCheesecake.com

Disabled.com

HappyKids.com

MediaTracker.com

WeatherLook.com

medistat.com

iloveithot.com

ahoot.com

ConsumerMind.com

StateEducation.com

Flippa/SEDO

GrindingMeat.com Website making $50/month

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Your LLLL.coms of The Day

gfzt.com
cmbh.com
itid.com
myom.com
eofe.com
ochg.com
grvc.com
hvbq.com
pzto.com
uqxm.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

beee.net
wbcf.net
ikaz.net
pdpk.net

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

eiv.us
eku.us

Brandables

Brimio.com
Debax.com
Emphaty.com
Eritos.com
Fidego.com
Frumplea.com
Geotie.com
Hooxu.com
Insomma.com
Nubling.com
Pilleo.com
Pomify.com
Velezian.com
Voconos.com
Voconox.com

MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE

Some Numbers

567528.com
279867.com
500525.com
500503.com
500506.com
870098.com
500523.com
500527.com
500529.com
500531.com
500532.com
500535.com
500537.com
500526.com
500513.com
500519.com
500517.com
500499.com
500509.com
1111111111111111111111111111111111111.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Splits.co
Weeds.cc
Tarzans.net
Brownie.biz
Campers.biz
Russ.biz
Stenciling.org
Rumps.org
Digitize.tv
Rink.biz
Effs.net

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

BudFella.com
BuyMeCanna.com
FarBud.com
HashTick.com
KettleBud.com
Kushade.com
PhatBud.com
VapeFunctions.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

GoCurious.com

EditCoin.com

MeEvolved.com

KnightBattle.com

SwatArmor.com

AliveUk.com

GeoFaith.com

Baffies.com

SmarterAction.com

WeedGangster.com

CallOutSick.com

TryCasual.com

PrisonEscapes.com

Kayox.com

Cinimo.com

VitalThirst.com

Vezot.com

Seemers.com

WagFeed.com

Erbly.com

EndlessGood.com

LifelongPower.com

SkillRx.com

BugHabitat.com

EzFound.com

FighterBots.com

PutStop.com

Sujava.com

AreYouWrong.com

SwiftSum.com

RumorTube.com

MultiVine.com

NamePros

PaleoDieting.com
UWQX.com
HongKongPlumber.com
Centious.com
LTUM.com

1z0x.com
BritishExit.com 
Fiku.net
Bavu.net
FunnyV.com

Deodorizer.xyz
FundMarket.org
BitcoinsApps.com
eBot.mobi
MrEeky.com
Newss.tv
88cn.xyz
BitcoinCashStash.com
MyVols.date 
CryptoGametime.com

Godaddy Value BIN

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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3 comments

  1. Alan Dodd

    Hi Josh,

    Thanks for the tip.

    I think there has been a “quiet” party – if I can put it like that – going on in closeouts and drops over the last few years, but it’s coming to an end now.

    Reduced supply and increased competition, plus scripts, mean it’s getting tough.

    That said, if you started today and saw the drops, you might go “OMG look at that!”

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