IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Saturday, September 2nd

Sep 02 2017

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I didn’t go as in depth today as I usually do so plenty of searching for you to do if you get bored. If you process the drop lists in a way that’s similar to what I do, you’ll find that you need to prioritize your search time. For example I don’t go through a list  on days that I miss, I just move on to the next day. I used to try and catch up by trying to find names that are left over, but I’ve found that there’s only so much time you can spend doing this, not to mention your sanity can only handle so many pages of words in a day.

This is one of the reasons I think that everyday practice will help you find better names.  You need to train you mind and eyes to scan list as quickly as possible while being able to identify good names.

I also want to review some simple things that we’ve talked about in the past. I get emails every week from people looking for domain help or advice. I’m glad to respond and help anyone that asks, but here are some simple things you should do tomorrow if you haven’t done so yet.  Theses will be my answers to you should you email me.

List all your names with BIN prices Afternic, Sedo, Godaddy Premium if applicable.

If you want to sell more names set reasonable prices.

Have a landing page that clearly states that the name is for sale, you can still have parking ads if you want. I don’t list a BIN price on most landing pages. I’ve talked about why in the past, but you’ll probably sell more names if you do.

Camel case your domains: Do this anywhere that lets you and certainly in your own spreadsheets. (ThisIsCamelCase)  You can do this on Afternic and Uniregistry market, but not Godaddy or SEDO. The fact that you can’t do this on Godaddy and SEDO is actually pretty ridiculous, how the hell can a buyer see what you see in a name if the damn thing’s all caps ? Here’s a link from expireddomains.net that will camel case your domains for you in 2 seconds.    No one wants to get a list of domains to look at that are not camel cased. Also don’t put anything stupid in front of the domains like www or http.

These are the first things you need to do as far as I’m concerned. If you were to ask me, this is what I’d tell you.

Main List

Bitcoin2Cash.org

The No Bid List

AcademyMe.com  personal learning or classes. It could be a tutoring site with classes made to suit the individuals learning needs

BlendCash.com A money laundering site, blend your dirty cash together with clean cash. It’s still dirty just not as obvious

BudAgent.com  Formally known as a drug dealer, now that MJ is legal we can start calling them agents.

DailyClimb.com  Things you do everyday to get ahead or simply the tasks needed to survive

EverExplorer.com  always looking for new things

EzSticker.com  I’ve never found stickers to be that difficult, but these are even easier.

HelpYall.com  This is what they say in the south if they’re asking for help

IdiotPlan.com  A service that sets a daily plan or routine for idiots, because following their own plan leads to trouble.

LuckVine.com  Grows grapes that make lucky wine

ModPick.com  Could be a vape name

NinjaShape.com  Get in to shape, like a ninja

OhRide.com

PickLeague.com  Fantasy sports draft

RootChef.com  Cooks carrot and potatoes with every dish

SafetyStats.com  Track the safety records of any industry

StopExcuse.com  No one wants to hear your lame excuses anymore, so stop them

StreamCredit.com

SwipeSpy.com

TryRetry.com

TwoAssholes.com  Have a partnership business? Why not brand yourselves with this name. Everyone will remember it.

UkRate.com  Mortgage rates in the UK?

UltraAb.com  A machine that makes sit-ups cool again

UMediation.com

VerifiedNames.com  Make sure your name isn’t stolen and/or isn’t a trademark violation

ViewHero.com  You can use hero as a fun add on word to make memorable brands

VirginCrypto.com  Brand new to crypto

YardPickup.com  A service that picks up grass clippings and branches

More Names With No Bids

Names With Bids

hessa.com
WellCity.com
FoodAway.com
OptionsPartners.com
ApexLife.com
ByPlan.com
RankRescue.com
BotGuard.com
outsy.com
tecbank.com
kizit.com
muggia.com
HopePlan.com
SeniorTaxi.com
fedlo.com
MovieState.com
PilotLine.com
HiddenGlen.com
AntiChain.com
CreativeLuck.com
ProjectTitan.com
BitCamel.com
mcasey.com
RunCoins.com
InvestorClever.com
TouchingMe.com
MostHappy.com
CleverMine.com

More Names With No Bids

Namejet

GetSomewhere.com  A  motivational call to action name

Conjuring.com  Make something out of nothing

JewelStore.net  An ecommerce solution for all your jewel buying needs

BookRat.com

ThisRock.com

yaggy.com

webie.com

HarborDrive.com

SonicSystem.com

tallio.com

Triol.com

decrypta.com

ArborLogic.com

SelectWorker.com

Flippa/SEDO

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Your LLLL.coms of The Day

vklf.com
mpvo.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

bwms.net
flgp.net
Lphk.net
fxfr.net
mcwk.us
atix.biz
aixy.info
clnk.me
ylzm.net
ivdo.me

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

yom.co
otw.co
vaa.cc
kri.co
gvv.co
auw.co
xta.co
axg.co
xla.info

Brandables

Azteo.com
Civib.com
Elsca.com
Eronzo.com
Evuza.com
Fapma.com
Filmzio.com
Gritor.com
Hilatis.com
Hiresa.com
Hugbo.com
Jivesta.com
Kijat.com
Lumtrax.com
Mozem.com
Mumoe.com
Obenito.com
Oldiz.com
Olnia.com
Orofy.com
Ozeat.com
Petayo.com
Reputem.com
Roxzero.com
Rozengo.com
Sinnets.com
Tazpit.com
Tetreo.com
Ugetty.com
Vapitis.com
Vexpa.com
Vocoe.com
Voomey.com
Wulizo.com
Xulix.com
Yobano.com
Yozil.com
Yuminer.com
Zatogo.com

MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE

Some Numbers

45510.com
fk65.com
gj13.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

CopyCenter.net
Symphonies.org
phaze.biz
Shockers.org
Urology.me
Horrible.me
Uncity.net
Scarper.org
Fleabag.org
Corrector.org
Brainstem.me
Swagger.biz
Lees.tv

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

CbdBlockChain.com
CbdChain.com
DutchCanna.com
MaxSmoke.com
VapeThis.com
VrLed.com
BudMaterial.com
KushCreator.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

Abroga.com

iHomeTrader.com

Normeo.com

Ysome.com

ArmorUpgrade.com

BrandSmooth.com

CrossBlocks.com

CryptoTerra.com

DoRespond.com

EverydayBit.com

FirmSwift.com

GamingEver.com

HeavyLoss.com

Greenishly.com

iWillBeHonest.com

MealMinute.com

JustHardWork.com

MjRelax.com

NoLoanPayment.com

PaidTalent.com


NamePros

InvestmentTable.com

OrganicAftershaves.com
FamiliarSayings.com
SealStamps.com
Shpo.net

NewYorkLaptopRepair.com
Inflated.net 
DallasEngineeringJobs.com
DomainLandingPage.com
EliquidShop.net

 

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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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2 comments

  1. steve brady

    Thanks for reminding me to work on landing pages.

    On August 31, ShapeShift.io tweeted “You can place the Shifty Button HTML code on any website to enable it to accept alternative blockchain assets”

    info.shapeshift.io/tools/shifty-button
    to generate the code.

    Presumably this will equip/automate any landing page to route cryptocurrency payments directly to a ShapeShift bitcoin wallet.

    I haven’t tested it yet, so it’s to each his own responsibility to fully research before implementing.

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