IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Tuesday, July 4th

Jul 04 2017

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Happy Independence day to those of you that celebrate America’s declaration to King George. If you don’t celebrate American independence, well then Happy 4th of July! Nothing wrong with being happy about July the 4th. 

Several months ago we talked about names that non profits owned and let expire for one reason or another. I suggested that it is reasonable to sell the name back to that organization for a small fee that covers your time and effort.

Just to be clear, I said it was reasonable, not that you have to do it, we’re not judging you if you don’t. With that said, I think it helps the overall image of the domain industry when we are willing to work with people that aren’t as savvy as domain investors when it comes to the domain life cycle.

You could argue that the domain life cycle is convoluted and inconsistent and that showing grace to someone not familiar with said cycle, betters the general population’s opinion of “Squatters”.

For example, you investigate the domain life cycle before buying your name and find that you have several chances to save your domain should it expire. You’ll read that the name will go into a period of auto renew grace determined by the registrars fine print. Then you’ll be more confident with your domain purchase because you’ll have read that even after this grace period your name will go into a state called the redemption period, where you can pay an additional fee to get the name back.

This isn’t a judgment on the expired auction system that most registrars have in place, but simply to point out that it can be confusing for people, who have read about the “safeguard” ICANN put in place called “redemption”, later to find that their domain never made it to that safeguard and was sold in an auction.

My point in rehashing this old topic: A month or two ago I was approached by an individual through a whois lookup about the domain KidFest.us . The person identified himself as the previous owner, and said that he had run a site about an event for children. He stated that he had unintentionally let the domain expire and wondered if he could get it back.  I said “sure, no problem”. I didn’t just give it back to him, I offered him the name for $50 to cover my time and effort and he happily accepted the deal. A few weeks later he sent me a link to the newly constructed site.

So in summary, there is value in being  part of something bigger than yourself; something that fills a need, accomplishes a goal, or helps someone with something.  You don’t have to be a martyr and give it away, sometimes it just feels good to be reasonable.

No Bid names of the day:

CaffeCanna.com  Caffe alternate word for “cafe”, or coffee  in Italian. Enjoy a hot beverage while smoking a blunt.

InvestInCanna.com Since we’re on the topic. A name to find cannabis startups seeking funding.

Main List

The No Bid List

AdoptPaws.com  A pet adoption agency. You won’t sell it for much, but the name works

AngryX.com  Angry + an X for a cheaper than one word option, or A site about your angry Ex

AwesomeIntern.com  Clinton had some awesome interns

ChordProfessor.com  A music learning tool

CloudHealer.com  An online Dr service, or virtual medical advice

CreditNano.com

DayProfit.com  An income blog or business help site

DefendHelp.com  Legal maybe? No the best name, but shorter than defense and not confused with defence

DrDiagnose.com  Get a quick diagnosis from a real Doctor

ElegantSky.com  Makes me think of a travel destination with beautiful scenery

Etruster.com  Electronic trust, A site that validates something or certifies it as safe and virus free

EvilAct.com  not very positive, but evil acts happen everyday

EzTreatment.com  Could be used as a marketing name or brand for thousands of products, Hair, lawn, skin, etc.

FightCritic.com  A boxing blog

FlushColon.com  Clean out the remains of the processed food you ate

FunExploration.com  an adventure name, or a kids site that makes learning fun

GoProclaim.com  Tell someone something

Herbility.com  The ability to grow herbs

IncomeUnlocked.com  Make more money with this service

InvestInCanna.com

KitchenGrade.com  The score of a particular kitchen or “grade” as in a level of quality like “commercial”

LifeFertility.com  A clinic for making babies en mass. Look at the Octomom

LondonProfessional.com

MasterLending.com

MobileVisit.com It seems like it would be hard to visit someone without being somewhat mobile

MostOfThem.com

NinjaDoctor.com  Is this a Doctor for Ninja’s, or a Ninja that’s a Doctor?

NoElement.com

NowReported.com

NowWorth.com A name to keep track of value

OneGreatDeal.com

OrganizeHealth.com

ProtectThisHome.com

QuiteEnough.com  I’ve had quite enough of this list already. It’s too damn long

ReportBit.com

RoadHazards.com  Downed Trees, traffic,  fluid spills, other cars, nails are all types of road hazard

ScenicDetour.com  Take a ride on the scenic detour, it’s off the beaten path but it’s a nicer ride

ScienceDivision.com

SlideCredit.com

SmartHabitat.com  A company that builds a smarter home

StampCredit.com

StupidPlan.com

TechyTalks.com  Like Ted Talks but only understood by techies

TrueAndFalse.com

UptownGuide.com

Viewsta.com

VisibleChain.com  When you want to look at the block chain and try and figure it out.

WeLoveTraveling.com

WordEmpire.com

WordOptions.com

WrongOrder.com  A retail solution or help site that will fix your wrong order.

Xblode.com  explode for people that don’t know how to spell and pronounce it with a B sound.

More Names With No Bids 160 more names to go through. Don’t be a quitter

Names With Bids

RealWin.com

ExpertFoods.com

ShopRent.com

ThoughtEngine.com

ShopStaff.com

WebAlbum.com

ThirdCamp.com

Rubloff.com

Sovie.com

Vevri.com

ClassGame.com

TouchMaps.com

Viddles.com

Causally.com

Graphid.com

GeekMess.com

RatioCredit.com

Kabbix.com

TenantSure.com

Crimzo.com

KidDuo.com

CoinOwner.com

Yowoto.com

TechyGirl.com

Imperum.com

More Names With No Bids 160 more no bid names

Namejet

FortSecurity.com
batterymat.com
SnowPark.com
Tarro.com
SurfTrack.com
consortio.com
FireHero.com
FreshNuts.com
DesignVirtual.com
LearnToTalk.com

Flippa/SEDO

ResumeSkills.com

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Your LLLL.coms of The Day

gwij.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

mhwz.net
desc.info
cxyf.net
VePa.org
ifhr.org
lyer.net
habr.org

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

sdx.org
mt0.org
zzsyw.com
csnjw.com

Brandables

Bakkr.com
Buyious.com
Cystin.com
Easyu.com
Eborio.com
Frageti.com
Infecti.com
Jackog.com
Juklo.com
Macial.com
Novalt.com
Oyeno.com
Paskot.com
Pizzao.com
Ralsko.com
Rezozo.com
Rominia.com
Ronchie.com
Scayy.com
Squdly.com
Swambo.com
Veacy.com
Vooglo.com
Wavod.com
Whitier.com
Zodiag.com
Zohoy.com
Zoldia.com

MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE

Some Numbers

564123.com
690009.com
881998.com
701456.com
073336.com
011150.com
011169.com
011179.com
011182.com
013332.com
013335.com
022289.com
033319.com
073335.com
073336.com
88863888.com
27mg.com
833t.com
83cq.com
95gz.com
l275.com
zt21.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Collage.cc
Babies.biz
Alcohol.biz
Tires.biz
Adventures.biz
Moments.info
Tomato.biz
Head.biz
Dieting.biz
Revival.biz
Runner.biz
Towel.biz
Flour.biz
Soon.biz
Gunner.cc
Refinery.biz
Upside.biz
Londoners.org
RawHoney.org
EnjoyYourself.org
SocialEngage.org
ArtistHub.org
HomeSuccess.org
fued.org
HeartMonitors.net
AboutDiabetes.org
LondonGuide.org

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

AssistanceVr.com
ChildVr.com
PacificCanna.com
PotPodium.com
VeganAlmost.com
VrStatistics.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

LiftTicket.com great skiing name

Tifany.com

NamePros

CouponPortal.net
ScotchWhiskey.us
WorldwideStyles.com
MapleSpout.com
FGIF.net

Custom3Dprinting.com
CraftingJobs.com
AcademicInvestment.com
PatrioticFashion.com
Stepbrother.org

WebDeveloperGuide.com
LakeCharlesLaw.com
ShopperBots.com
BucketBoats.com
Conspiracists.com

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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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I grew a beard while I was on vacation. I had to shave it off to go back to work.

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2 comments

  1. Ategy

    With all the names you list I can’t believe you missed all 3 of today’s top 3 !?

    DouchenBaggen.com 12yrs
    InYourBum.com 9yrs
    TootyTheToilet.com 9yrs

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