IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Tuesday, August 1st

Aug 01 2017

Escrow.com

Another good Sherpa show published yesterday. Adam Strong said he liked the comment I posted after the last review, so I’ll repost it here for anyone that wants to read it. Shane also commented that he liked it  but he’s a team player and more importantly a manager of people and plants by trade.  He knows that encouragement is a motivator so you have to take it with a grain of salt 🙂 .

I’m joking, Actually everyone one of us at DSAD will tell the others the truth or their opinion good or bad. It’s really the only way to accurately communicate. Sure, you can hedge, pick your battles, or even be tactful, but when it comes down to it, withholding something, not saying or doing something for fear of giving offense will hurt everyone in the long run.

A comment on bidding on auctions with bids approach. One thing to watch about bidding on auctions with bids because others think they have value so they must have value. Take a look at some of Godaddy auction names with bids. There are some terrible names with bids that you should never bid on. I can only assume that the people bidding on them hate their money, or they’re SEO’s and are buying the names for links and traffic.

If you don’t know anything about SEO, Pandas, Penguins, Possums, anchor text, link farms, or spam, don’t bid on these names just because they have traffic numbers.

From the last DomainSherpa.com  review comment

“Rajesh,

Suppose you paid $10 each for these names, they have no parking revenue and no inquiries then just drop them, because every single day you can find better names to register that are salable to a real person in business or thinking about starting a business. With these names you don’t have to over analyze, search deep for a prospective buyer, or do anymore pointless work. You can simply trade these names in for better ones.

It seems one of your tactics is trying to get ahead of the curve with new tech and ideas. If that’s the case then it’s super hard, even impossible to value any in that category, we’re talking about theoretical value and ideas. There’s high risk and high reward should they pan out, but until then they’re completely speculative.

Even within that category I don’t think super niche, exact match domains will be bought by any companies, not as brands and not as marketing names. They’re not call to action names, they’re not generic category names and they’re not buying keywords. (buying keywords are where the customer is ready to make a purchase or take action of some sort other than just browsing the web) If Shane decides to start growing plant meat in his greenhouses he’s not going to buy or use Plant Based Meat, let alone Meats. No one says “meats”.

You’re going super in depth into the analysis of these names, and I think it’s paralyzing you from finding low hanging fruit. When I talked about conquering the droplists, I’m saying that taking the time to thoroughly process a list has value. To Shane and Ategy’s point, about finding names that you alone like, I say, who cares. You’re not buying them right then and there, you are simply identifying inventory as quickly as possible and finding names that you like, could be used by a business, or anything at all that flags the name to you. Later you can go back and analyze the names at a closer level.

I’ve found that most of the names that I’ve sold are just that, names that I like for some reason coupled with an industry that will buy it. They might simply make sense for something, might be short and memorable, or a memorable phrase.

There are no real metrics associated with the vast majority of these names. We are not buying and selling longtail exact match domains right now, nor have we for some time. We are essentially selling some sort of brandable domain on all levels. Not just made up brands, but even the short EMD keyword domains are selling as brands.

Take Shane’s DustPan.com, the metrics on this domain (5K exact match) have nothing to do with the usage that shane envisions other than the idea that 5K searches a month show that it’s still a word that is recognized and used in everyday speech. The people typing it into google are actually looking to buy a dustpan.If Shane sells the name to a MultiNational company as a cleaning brand, those same people will still be looking for dustpans to buy when they type the name into google.

One thing I’ve found, doing the DSAD lists, selling domains on numerous platforms and even to other investors on namepros, is that I usually have no idea what will sell. Everyone has there own criteria, parameters, ideas, visions, life experience that they apply to picking domains and branding. Names I think are great will not sell wholesale and then will sell to an end-user 2 days later for thousands of $.

Also the idea that unregistered names will not sell is false. I’ve sold names on Afternic that were available to hand reg at the time they sold.

This is by no means an efficient industry, there is no way to track all the names and keep your sanity, we have no idea what people are thinking when they have an idea, the general population does not have a clue about domains, There is potential to make a profit just for finding and MARKETING salable names, all the buyer has to do is see the name and buy it.

We are in an industry that relies on timing, one that is so large our inventory contains every word in every latin character language, any word combination of any and all of these languages up to 64 characters. On this level our job is to narrow down as best we can names that will sell for a profit as easily as possible.”

Main List

The No Bid List

BarDiscounts.com  A site to list and promote bars and their deals. Find a wing night every night of the week

BasicFormula.com   Could be lots of things, formula for success, chemistry formula

BotQuad.com A bot name

ByeFly.com  A line of fly killing products. like my favorite salt gun fly killer 

ClearHabit.com  clear out bad habits or clear of bad habits

ComedyDude.com

ComingLive.com  Find out when you favorite act or band is on tour

CrapeDiem.com  Ha, I like this one, Crap E Diem, loosely translated from the Latin Crappy Day

CreditPurge.com  Flush all the credit debt out

DashUnion.com  A union of runners or maybe something to do with the digital token

DoINeed.com   Do I Need .com ? If you want to sell domains you do.

DoItPlease.com  A task list set by someone else

DollarGod.com

DynamicAnswers.com  Verbose over analyzing of simple questions.

EffectMe.com  The things that I have influence over

FeedPublic.com  A soup kitchen, but more likely an RSS type thing

FlexYourself.com

FuseCap.com  Used with dynamite and fireworks I think

HappyHeap.com  A big ole pile of joy

HeadMeister.com  The dude in charge of the Citadel and all the other Meisters. No idea if it’s spelled the same. Don’t wanna change the concept so I’m not looking it up. It’s a Game of Thrones reference, for those of you confused by everything you just read.

HeardThis.com  Music? Gossip?

HonestBrain.com

Humanican.com  Ahh a Once Upon a Time in Mexico reference. “Are you a Humanican or a Humanican’t? ”

iDamn.com  the old internet or personal damning.

iPlayRight.com

NeedHack.com  Hire a hacker

NeverDoHarm.com  The motto for medical professionals, sorta, Do No Harm

PaleoWisdom.com

PetHybrid.com

PodExtra.com  A spare pod for whatever you use pods for

PositiveArea.com

ProntoStorage.com   When you need storage really fast

RealDickMove.com    A common phrase? “I can’t believe you just did that to him! That was a real dick move dude, seriously wrong”

RigTow.com  Haul big trucks

SearchMind.com

SoGeneric.com

Spendific.com

StormRover.com

SumTest.com  Can you add?

SwiftAngle.com   Oh ho! Just as good as Easy Angle! Maybe even better 🙂 sell this bad boy for $8K

UnbankCard.com  A brand of crypto currency credit card

UpriseMovement.com

WorkSwipe.com  A timeclock solution for your employees. They swipe in when they’re working

YouNeverAsked.com

More Names With No Bids

Names With Bids

PainManagementClinic.com

VoltageCoffee.com

HollyRealty.com

SweetCron.com

GrassMonkey.com

DataScienceLab.com

Pentis.com

Physiologix.com

Fichey.com

NeuroMetric.com

VaultGroup.com

SafeRoutes.com

InfusionMedia.com

Raspo.com

SpringLock.com

AndShare.com

MarijuanaHacks.com

Imputo.com

VenueGenius.com

BloodMe.com

TodayBar.com

Helora.com

Ritzie.com

TodaysMusician.com

EngineFlush.com

HealthyStores.com

TheAutoGuide.com

HitJar.com

GrinLock.com

More Names With No Bids

Namejet

OSEB.com

AutoDiscount.com

EngineCare.com

UltraCloth.com

AlterIdentity.com

SportsReady.com

LiquidNow.com

AnimalGuy.com

MoldKill.com

AirHeater.com

BulkWine.com

InTheFight.com

Flippa/SEDO

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Your LLLL.coms of The Day

icqx.com

bivq.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

wrlw.net

lpwm.net

Voit.us

dwyl.net

wcyd.net

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

rpe.com

ehk.net

uej.net

bxf.tv

hgtpw.com

Brandables

Allonzo.com

Boozoid.com

Carefil.com

Chorolo.com

Degza.com

Ecoinz.com

Evanza.com

Fiyasa.com

Fizibo.com

Jetuna.com

Learnfy.com

Magenza.com

Manoia.com

Meqias.com

Pettar.com

Pliqi.com

Qaxio.com

Roseia.com

Rovear.com

Shyzo.com

Slauder.com

Steeo.com

Stemd.com

Surfida.com

Vegorium.com

Voobz.com

Wuuza.com

Yaxor.com

Zeexi.com

Zostal.com

MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE

Some Numbers

263799.com
18090.info
576z.com
729d.com
dq36.com
gh61.com
gl65.com
gn29.com
gn32.com
gn39.com
gn52.com
gn61.com
gn62.com
gn63.com
py37.com
r138.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Discovered.net

Brazer.org

Obits.us

Mundo.org

Extensions.cc

Unblocking.org

Corresponds.org

Contrasts.org

Kooks.org

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

EveryVr.com

VapeAde.com

VaporSolution.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

StudentAid.com  caught today and at 1700. I knew I wouldn’t be able to hand catch it. 🙂

H2b.com

WaterSave.com

SolarTruck.com

NamePros

LZUG.com
NuclearAttack.co.uk
ChemicalCompany.net
BeatingCancer.co.uk
J-5.com

BlogCompanion.com
i.Lease
PortlandCinemas.com
ExperienceWeed.com
UK87.com

ClassicDresses.net 
ExtendedCarWarranty.net 
RefinedOil.net 
OnlinePawnShops.net
eOutbound.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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2 comments

  1. Ategy

    SteamieTheHotDog.com is looking at me telling me that DashUnion.com has nothing to do with runners or tokens, but that it’s actually the future home of the Dachshund Union!
    .
    Anyhow .. what you said above about domains with bids at godaddy auctions is something that freaks me out all the time. I just can’t comprehend how most of the domains in question have any value at all. The same also holds true for aged expiring names. Day after day I see literally thousands of absolutely craptastic horrendously bad domains that were renewed year after year after year for over a decade in some cases. I just don’t get it?
    .
    I’m thinking that for a small portion of these bad names with bids there are likely some great metrics on data points I don’t have access to (or simply don’t have time to check). But for the most part I think it’s just that most people have no clue what actually makes for a good domain!
    .
    Anyhow .. thanks for today’s names! 🙂

    1. ShaneCultra

      Josh,

      I liked that comment then and I still like it 🙂 I think the big difference between you and everyone else I’ve met is you are selling a ton of names and you have data to help you find more that sell. You put in the time, you have results to measure, and have developed a system that works. Everyone else wants you to show them how instead of putting in the time to figure out they’re own method.

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