IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Tuesday, March 20th

Mar 20 2018

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It was good to have Cyger back on the DomainSherpa in the latest episode. I thought it was fun to see him on the other side of the interview microphone answering questions in the format  he created.

Ategy came back on the scene in the comments section after being called out by Shane for his notable absence. He did not disappoint with his level of comments. 🙂

I made one comment, though significantly shorter than Ategy, to someone that posted a couple of names that they had hand registered. Probably not the right place to post them, as it had nothing to do with the show, but it made me think that maybe we could do that here from time to time.

So if you think you’ve hand registered some gems and want audience feedback, post 1 or 2 at a time in the comments section. Write why you think someone might buy the name, ie, good brand, marketing name, anything.

I don’t hand register names that often, and I’ve shared the majority of the ones that I have. I often make the distinction between hand registering and hand catching: I consider hand regs as names I’ve made up or spun and hand catching as names I paid registration fee but that were found on an deleted or pending delete list.

95% of the times I own and sell are names that I  paid only registration fee but were dropped by someone else.

Regarding our Crypto hand registered experiment, we’re 10% of the way to breaking even. I sold CryptoAdaptor.com for $399 this week on Godaddy premium. Maybe it will make a profit, maybe not, still 11 months to go. 

 

Main List

GetsLaid.com  The description says “getslaid is the perfect domain for a dating site”, lol I don’t know about that, but it’s a good name for a pick up artist site or maybe hookers.

KeywordPlanner.io     Billions of dollars still being spent on keyword advertising so it has a pretty good search volume.  12 bids at $90

The No Bid List

AltNorm.com  Alternative normal, like the upside down

BotUpgrade.com  Bling your bot

Calculary.com

CertainSurvival.com  Makes a nice survival brand, makes me feel better about surviving anyway

CirculationCoin.com  Currency used for transactions

CloudVector.com  Makes me think of design on the cloud

ClubLaugh.com  A comedy venue

ContractorPod.com  A container for construction waste or onsite office

DoNotWonder.com know what’s going on instead of wondering

EagleWallet.com  Very secure, has large talons

ExecutiveBuilt.com

ForgeMarket.com  Build the market

FullOfCats.com  the house of your average crazy cat lady

HackerLock.com  Secure your site and files

HealthSteady.com

Hikeos.com

HospitalGuild.com  Workers of hospitals unit and form a guild

IllinoisCoins.com Double plural here of, Illinoi and Coin 🙂

LifeOfPrinciple.com

LockIgnition.com  have to be sober to drive, or anti theft

MasterPast.com

MoonBattle.com  A video game

MoveFocus.com

NonstopMobility.com  Scooters

ObtainBitCoin.com

OpenKettle.com  Sounds like a brand of popcorn or soup

OverallCoverage.com  insurance

ReadTrack.com maybe a product for kids to track they’re reading. My daughter likes reading, but she still somtimes has school assignments that require her to record how much she reads everyday

ReadyFootball.com

SirDigital.com  Sir digital has all things digital

SizeSmart.com

SpeedCertified.com Goes fast and has the paperwork to prove it

StyleCrafter.com

TechVapor.com

TimeToWorkIt.com

ToiletOlogist.com  The study of toilets

UltraMastermind.com

VGenetic.com

VineSpirit.com  a wine with extra kick

WeWillMeet.com

WreckCove.com A diving destination with a lot of ship wrecks

YouShouldMove.com

YouVino.com make your own wine at home

More Names With No Bids

Names With Bids

Tauris.com

MySelfie.com

Mavel.com

BabysRoom.com

Assess.net

HolidayToday.com

GlobalProfessional.com

BeValued.com

CorpHome.com

CultCannabis.com

DrTek.com

ForumBlockChain.com

BurgerStore.com

TokenConcepts.com

Pushed.net

Belchers.com

PortalDesk.com

LargeEnergy.com

ShirtBot.com

SpareSquare.com

Centzy.com

ShareSupply.com

LondonBlogger.com

DieselSmoke.com

GlobalUtopia.com

SteadyNutrition.com

More Names With No Bids

Namejet

PastPresent.com

MyGlitter.com

GainProfit.com

AcousticSupply.com

Muskox.com

BugSweep.com

ellac.com

AudioStrategies.com

zcottage.com

LovingLook.com

Auges.com

GateGuards.com

Flippa/SEDO

Laptops.center  Sell laptops

KeywordPlanner.io  A tool for your next adwords campaign

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Your LLLL.coms of The Day

yoxn.com
txua.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

wtmb.net
gsmp.net
lmkw.net
wdmb.net
gwwl.net
pdrn.net
aemm.org
xkzw.org
hctv.info
fiax.net
kypo.net

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

43o.com
mwd.us

Brandables

Bozod.com
Cubitude.com
Decruit.com
Effords.com
Engazy.com
Finaday.com
Krenny.com
Mixoh.com
Nervog.com
Nervola.com
Okoxo.com
Orery.com
Phinax.com
Plumzi.com
Pozov.com
Punnier.com
Segmatic.com
Seroes.com
Smirkly.com
Vicensa.com
Vottery.com
Yovoto.com
Zemzela.com

MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE

Some Numbers

68625.com
359789.com
689.co

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Inform.cc
Empower.cc
Pushed.net
Molle.org
Pipers.org

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

BudDistribution.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

oiq.org

FierySpoon.com

MainStreetJazz.com

SandSeaSun.com

SkiChamois.com

NamePros

SNULI.com
Opinionists.com
TXV.net
DanceExtra.com
OverInfluence.com

DJWW.net
HowToEarnOnlineMoney.com
FLENU.com
iTussle.com
NorthernUP.com

Xhtml.pro
LoanKing.org
iSecular.com
WheelFinancial.com
824484.com
BITETHwallet.com
BTCsellers.net
XpressBlockChain.com
PrimeTimeBitCoin.com
EarnBitcoins.Website

Godaddy Value BIN

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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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16 comments

  1. Ategy

    Notable absence ??? lol .. You Silly Seal Sucker .. I actually posted HERE last Friday .. lol. Plus as I mentioned on my own little blogish over at NamePros I suffered to complete computer/windows crisis/meltdown/disaster .. Microsoft was not just useless .. but cost me both data (thankfully not too much) and wasted time .. plus I completely redid my process for doing going through the daily names (which involved learning/tinkering significantly at newfound Jedi levels of Excel). Add to that the fact I actually have to work at work .. lol.

    Anyhow .. back to your post .. not handreg’s .. but here’s a couple of names for you to discuss that didn’t get feedback on Sherpa .. both in growing multi-billion dollar industries …
    UndercoverSecurity.com
    ExpertCannabis.com

    (Also feel free to go back and read my post here last Friday .. lol)


    1. Post author
      Josh E

      lol, seal jokes are always fun.
      Depends on what you paid for them. I’d give them a shot at reg fee maybe a little more. Undercover Security makes me think of a catch a cheater service lol. Expert Cannabis isn’t horrible but I don’t know how much someone would pay. Cannabis Expert is better, Canna Expert or maybe even Expert Canna. So if someone builds a brand on Cannabis Expert it’ll negate any chance of yours selling for much, unless it’s to them. Flipping the words around changes the meaning, sometimes that can help, but in this case your domain sounds like it’s cannabis for Experts not an Expert on cannabis. Then that adds all those extra options like ExpertOnCannabis, ExpertOfCannabis. So it could sell, hopefully it will that’s just my first glance take on it.

  2. Matthew

    Waste of money or lucky score? I hand registered weedweed.net

    Not a name I would normally consider but weedweed.com was over $3k when I picked the .net up.

    So waste of money or lucky score?


    1. Post author
      Josh E

      Elaborate on what you mean weedweed.com was over $3k? auction, sold or list price? The problem is I don’t seeing anyone buying it as a brand, I’ve sold a few .net’s and have some decent single word net domains, but they don’t sell. Not many people are seeking out the net’s for their business. Maybe it’ll sell, but I wouldn’t register it if you let it drop, but then I can’t remember the last time I hand registered a .net. I don’t really like the .com either. I realize it has some value, but I think that will most likely be from domainers passing it around.

      1. Travis M.

        Weed is a major keyword, but I think you mean a major keyword only once. Weed.net – huge. weedweed.net – not huge. weedweedweed.net – a little worse. I used to own alienalien.com. GoDaddy’s valuation on the name was something like $60K which was funny that the valuation algorithm got played like that. I dropped it, but HugeDomains picked it up. So I guess their algo likes it too.

  3. Chris

    Ok Josh/Shane, here’s a few hand registered names…

    1- UniversityOfTomorrow.com
    (Mike Mann sold UniversityOfSuccess.com for $7500 & there was a Uni sale of CityofTomorrow.com for $35K…

    2- MilwaukeeHomeSales.com

    3- MachineDigest.com

    Didn’t think they were terrible for $9 😉

    1. Travis M.

      Hi Chris – my take:
      1 – going to take a specific buyer, but it is a cool name. I would have paid $9 for it. I wouldn’t be pricing it as high as either of those sales though.
      2 – i think the ideal geo + real estate name would be MilwaukeeHomes.com or MilwaukeeRealEstate.com. Home sales implies a site showing past home sales rather than homes for sale. Maybe that was your intention. A search of namebio with homesales at the end of the name yields only eight results total with two being cities – austin and aspen. I would have passed on this one.
      3 – I like this name at $9. AI, programming, cloud, etc… online publication


    2. Post author
      Josh E

      Hey Chris,

      I agree with Travis though maybe you could hustle the geo name. I’ve never done it, but reaching out to some realters might work. I also like
      UniversityOfTommorrow, longer than I normally go for but who cares, sometimes you need all those letters. Wasn’t sure about machinedigest but with Travis’ input I think it’s worth a shot for reg fee.

  4. Chris

    Hey Travis,
    I agree with you on all points. Thanks for the feedback!
    Anyone else have any thoughts?
    Hey you never know maybe there’s one realtor out there who wants the name LOL…
    Thanks again for all the work you guys do…

  5. Martin

    OK, here are a few hand-regged for $9.

    1. EnjoyLiFi.com
    Hey, LiFi is the future of WiFi, OK?

    2. HealthSquid.com
    Because a cartoon squid looks cute and health might mean $$.

    3. SleepVape.com
    Vape yourself to sleep?


    1. Post author
      Josh E

      Hey Martin,
      Don’t like the first one, Don’t think you do either, lol.

      Healthsquid, like it, could be anything having to do with health. That’s the key to brandables even ones that lend themselves to a certain industry. HealthSquid is an open vessel within the health genre. Something like foothealth would be so narrow that it’s no longer an open vessel brand.

      Sleepvape I also like, but as a product, maybe a medicinal/herabal vaporizer that helps you sleep. More of a room unit not a mod. Also has soothing sounds and soft lights.

      1. Martin

        Thanks for the comment. Good point about a brandable name having the flexibility to be used for pretty much anything.

  6. Carl

    Hey Josh & Shane —
    What do you think about CoinShuttle.com? I think it’s a great brand and marketing name for cryptos!
    Cheers, Carl

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