IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Tuesday, April 25th

Apr 25 2017

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I watched the latest DomainSherpa.com review this morning. I thought It might be worth taking the time to write down some of the main points I took away from the show. I think it’s a good practice in any learning environment to reinforce the things that you’re trying to learn.

On a side note, one of the main problems with teaching people anything, is that they’ve either forgotten how to learn or never really had good learning or study skills. In my real job we often have to precept students or new providers to help them reinforce the skills they learn in the classroom. One of the biggest problems they have is not knowing how to study or how to learn.

Spend time going through the lists even if it’s just for practice. Track names, see what gets picked up and for what price. It will make you better at finding names.

It’s ok in some cases to explain the name you see value in, unless you’re trying to explain it to the buyer.

If you have a ton of crap names or just ok names, you need to make sure that your sales price is high enough to cover the total cost of your names. Or buy better names that have a chance of selling at different price points depending on what you’re trying to do.

If you’re trying to make brandable names, there can only be so many variations. Multiple variations open the door for too many possible options thus making the name worthless. Especially in double keyword domains.

What’s your time worth? If you try and do outbound sales for crap names your wasting your time. Even if you scrap a couple bucks out of the effort, you’re better served letting them expire and finding better names or learning more.

Brandbucket will sell any domain with the word “tech” in it… lol just joking.

Brandbucket is looking for names that lend themselves to a tech startup rather than all brandable genres.

Look around and see if there’s better names available for hand reg than the one you’re thinking about buying.

I picked one of the terms used, Turf and found some names available for hand reg that might be better than TurfPal, not that they’d sell or that you should register them.
247Turf.com                  RightTurf.com                 TurfReady.com
AllNewTurf.com            TodayTurf.com                TurfSecret.com
BlackTurf.com               TurfCoverage.com           TurfSynergy.com
CertifiedTurf.com         TurfDragon.com              TurfTalent.com
ChimpTurf.com            Turfea.com                        TurfTough.com
FusionTurf.com            TurfGarden.com               TurfUltra.com
iLikeTurf.com               TurfGorilla.com                TurfUtopia.com
IncredibleTurf.com      TurfGrowth.com              TurfZen.com
NowTurf.com                TurfLeader.com                YellowTurf.com
PlantTurf.com               TurfPanda.com

And Some available sleep names

YellowSleep.com          ConstantSleep.com         PairSleep.com
ZombieSleep.com        EqualSleep.com               SleepIncredible.com
SleepDark.com             PrepSleep.com                 CorrectSleep.com
SleepBold.com              SleepILove.com               CouldSleep.com
SleepDolphin.com       SleepUltimate.com         TreatmentSleep.com
CraveSleep.com           PodSleep.com                   ValidSleep.com
Sleepze.com                  ChimpSleep.com             SleepTalent.com
SolutionSleep.com       SleepPlanner.com          CreateSleep.com

SleepForge.com        SleepTalent.com                TrendSleep.com

Main List

The No Bid List

AnywhereRepair.com  Doesn’t matter where you break down, anywhere repair will come and fix you up

BluesRehab.com  The cure for sadness

BoxGrab.com  Makes me think of prepackaged meals, or maybe a sale where you grab a whole box of something

BuiltByTheBest.com  4 words but only 4 syllables, I can never spell syllables right the first time

Catastrophist.com a person who subscribes to a catastrophist theory

CloudRelief.com a cloud name

DebtSmith.com I like smith names for some reason; the debt smith works on your debt

Eliminationist.com  extravagant word a termite company or any business that gets rid of something

eMortgageRate.com   The “e” works pretty well here. Probably an affiliate or lead gen site that compares rates and captures your info

EnergyDragon.com  Makes a nice little brand

ExtraClearance.com Something with more head room or ground clearance

FindThrift.com  A name for saving money

FreshGator.com  Delicious fresh gator meat

FruitMonger.com  Like a fish monger, buys and sells fruit in mass quantities

GoContent.com  A pay per word content generation site

iGotApproved.com   Credit, loans

IllCarryYou.com  I’ve offered Shane my services for his next race. Initially I was thinking I could carry him piggy back style, but then is feet would still be dragging on the ground. I’ve decided to fashion some sort of harness device so I can drag him if need be.

InvestorAide.com Investment tools or advice

KeepDrilling.com  Sounds like an oil or fracking site, but could be wells for water.

KoolGold.com  It’s not great but it does have “gold” in it.

LineLevel.com  Make sure your lines are level with this tool

LongRemembered.com  headstones?

LookupLawyer.com  Buy this for the legal directory site that you’ll never build.

MassiveLove.com  That’s a lot of love right there

MetricTrend.com  A tool to trend and analyze data

MightyFusion.com  No idea what you’re fusing together, but I like it

MustRepeat.com  Something so good you have to do it again

NativeArea.com  Untouched nature, something along those lines

NetworkZilla.com  The monster of networks

NourishedDaily.com  Get the sustenance you need every day

NutritionEngine.com  just like the above

NyCertified.com  Each state has it’s own certification process for a lot of different fields.

OceanBuffet.com  Crabs, Shrimp, fish

OneGreatValue.com

PandaSquad.com I like it, a whole team of Panda’s waiting to  help you

PickYourMajor.com  A site that helps potential college students figure out what they want to study

PlantJava.com  Coffee

PositivePublic.com   No negative Nancy’s in this crowd

PushingPast.com the process of moving on

Quotity.com  This is an online estimate for breast implants

RescueRack.com

RhythmicTalk.com

Rockoligist.com  The study of Rock?

SaveSelf.com

Shuggly.com

SightAir.com   Air tours, maybe hot air balloons

Skimzer.com

SurgeonGuide.com

TastyTortilla.com  A chain of taco stands

TheBankCenter.com

TrackAndTrain.com  An app like Strava

UltimateUtility.com

UniteMyCity.com  Bring everyone together

VastHealth.com

ViableCare.com

VirtualCalling.com

WeNeedGold.com A gold company that sounds desperate to get you gold

WriteInspired.com

XLGreen.com  Extra Large Green

YumSquare.com  A delicious cracker

Names With Bids

UpYours.com  A nice email sevice,  “hey that sounds great, I can do all of that work you don’t feel like doing, no problem. Just email me the file at [email protected] Thanks have a great day!”

MasterBot.com

AirSeal.com

LimeLife.com

BMXRacing.com

ExpertBids.com

VeganFreak.com

FoodGlobe.com

AccountantServices.com

AlterYears.com

ClaimCloud.com

HomeVu.com  An interactive online tool for viewing homes for sale

SearchFish.com

DesignSocial.com

MoneyWellSpent.com  No regrets buying

FoodStack.com

DynamiteClub.com

ParadiseWay.com

RatTerriers.com  A dog that likes to kill rats

Synexo.com

CompuDesigns.com

DownloadTip.com

TheDetailGuy.com

RichBlood.com

Nehoo.com

MarketHabitat.com

YouMattress.com

NurseCorps.com

More Names With No Bids

Namejet

Jammal.com
oWine.com
DrugEnforcement.com
LearnClub.com
SolarMission.com
EndBias.com
ForexFocus.com
RoomQuote.com
YouVu.com
Tolerates.com
WeLeadTheWay.com
ForeverConnect.com
CivilGuardian.com

Flippa/SEDO

Lodge.info  15 year old name that works with the extension. Go to Lodge.info for all your lodging questions

Save Money With Daddy Bulk Domain Registration

Your LLLL.coms of The Day

fldh.com
gfrm.com
cwnf.com
kgps.com
twgb.com
vdhp.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

tmgt.net
kdql.net
rmkc.co
Nico.co

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

lsfpw.com
cv0.com
eqh.net
eqv.net
bcz.cc
kta.cc

Brandables

Altermo.com
Baffor.com
Bennico.com
Beoso.com
Boxiz.com
Datlo.com
Dedelo.com
Enrevio.com
Exlens.com
Gezella.com
Hoduli.com
Inmio.com
Joggx.com
Jomify.com
Kinzano.com
Mozto.com
Novto.com
Satbo.com
Sennea.com
Sokies.com
Staqy.com
Struvy.com
Vatmo.com
Xcann.com
Youpiq.com
Zamto.com
Zestes.com

MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE

Some Numbers

9001.com
196655.com
4258.cc
186655.com
298258.com
681817.com
981817.com
656176.com
133571.com
90hp.com
49gb.com
08dw.com
75ps.com
wg52.com
cx75.com
nk23.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Clips.cc
Cheesemaker.org
Gollum.cc
Silversmith.org
Plowed.net
Depraved.org
Rulers.co
Fairplay.co
Quoted.net
Barbary.org
Fluid.biz
VerySerious.org
Longboat.net

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

CannaWorldwide.com
JudgeWeed.com
KushVaporizer.com
MarijuanaMatrix.com
PricelessWeed.com
TheVaporGuide.com
Vapout.com
WeedArcade.com
WeedBliss.com
BudPleasure.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

 

RMGE.com

ClearTravel.com

BSK.CC

JMRW.com

NamePros

FJM.com  Starting at 150K
PoliceWomen.net
FemaleGynecologist.com
MidDayFoods.com
HugePaychecks.com

FJM.com
PoliceWomen.net
FemaleGynecologist.com
MidDayFoods.com
HugePaychecks.com

Godaddy Value BIN

Godaddy Value BIN

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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