IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Tuesday, March 6th

Mar 06 2018


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Today we have a great example of how the wholesale market sometimes loses it’s mind and also why I think you can sometimes hand register domains that are better.

The domain BitCoinGamblingSites.com is currently over $1K with 6 hours left. You have got to be fricken kidding me. This name will never sell to an end user, if it does, I will eat my dick on national TV.

For those that don’t know that’s a reference to a John McAfee quote, look it up. But seriously, over $1000 for a four word, 19 character, plural domain that can only be used for a directory or affiliate site of a currently hypothetical business.

This is one of the reasons I’m opposed to telling someone to “buy a $500 domain when starting out” or “Bid on domains with bids, that’ll help you find good ones”.

This brings us to a greater observation of the industry in general, there seems to be a lot of money going into the expired aftermarket. Someone mentioned this in the comments the other day, saying something like the price that people are paying for wholesale names is a little crazy. I think they have a point, but it seems like a good overall sign if people are paying up for wholesale domains, even if they’re buying stupid shit.

 

Main List

BigDrones.com

NetEscort.com

866630.com

866820.com

WeedStore.net

The No Bid List

AppraiseHouse.com  find out what your house is worth

AssHealth.com take your donkey to the vet for a checkup

BarrelFun.com Ride a barrel over Niagara falls, people do this every so often

BasicTeaching.com Nothing fancy, just the basics

BassStrong.com  Sound or the fish

ByBuild.com

CoinDealerPro.com

CubeReady.com

DailyTogether.com

EnjoyTheBest.com  A marketing name for almost anything

ExtremeHazard.com Very dangerous

FinallyGo.com

FindSolitude.com  a cabin in the woods

FreshUtility.com

GoArmory.com

GolfLuck.com  If I hit 1 out of 10 balls straight, that’s what I call golf luck

GoodAbility.com

HaulVault.com

HowToLast.com Maybe a survival gear domain

ImprovedMobile.com

iObjectToThis.com

IronToken.com  lower end of the metal worth spectrum, but strong

iWriteThem.com

LadyHunter.com

LargeMarkets.com

LawyerForAll.com

LickBingo.com  No dabber needed, you have to lick the card

LiveTokens.com

LostOnMe.com

MeCanvas.com  Make your own art

MediaOptic.com  look at the media

MoreSpecific.com

MostMatter.com

MrLimit.com

NationalPermit.com

NoLiquids.com  A name for the TSA

OptionSimple.com

PaintPortrait.com

PastWear.com

PlaySolid.com

PreciousSound.com Kids singing

PublicAvenger.com

RealityBit.com

RogueYouth.com

RuleGold.com

RushDo.com

SkillCat.com

Slumy.com

SplendidHigh.com

StockStrong.com

StrongWrong.com

SurvivalTrip.com

TimeToBail.com

TodayAway.com

TrueStability.com

UpLaunched.com

VeggyJuice.com

VerifyAnswer.com

Volcanity.com

WonderLot.com

xFactoring.com

ZipRoute.com

More Names With No Bids

Names With Bids

MasonHq.com

CryptoVisor.com

567s.com

BitCoinGamblingSites.com

QuickEnergy.com

PokerNights.com

webzite.com

MensJewellery.com

GoDublin.com

CbdDelivery.com

CryptoFix.com

DrElmo.com

FrozenChicken.com

CrisisMonitor.com

j997.com

FireHeat.com

Kitak.com

BitCoinOriginal.com

zplaza.com

VisitTioga.com

BlueSubstance.com

SuperLots.com

BuyLand.net

UsefulFinance.com

RehabGuys.com

WordGamer.com

LifeExecutive.com

DoYourHomework.com

WealthUnion.com

yorron.com

SuccessMan.com

SpeechNow.com

TotalOutreach.com

Refreshin.com

MyCustomShirt.com

More Names With No Bids

Namejet

TopStat.com

TeleBrokers.com

SuperFlea.com

CrushGroove.com

YouthChurch.com

BankingCourses.com

ClickStat.com

YourEnjoyment.com

BeginInvesting.com

UpholsteryLady.com

ColdMonkey.com

ChordRight.com

OneToYou.com

Flippa/SEDO

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Your LLLL.coms of The Day

sdke.com
izga.com
iyga.com
odzl.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

Rits.org

spnt.net
bsfi.org
Edil.net
eeek.net
tehe.org

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

epr.net

Brandables

Afendo.com
Bizoro.com
Boguu.com
Carrova.com
Chromaty.com
Collopy.com
Conean.com
Cybity.com
Denzio.com
Earthzo.com
Easito.com
Eggoz.com
Eleio.com
Enomios.com
Enyez.com
Exereo.com
Feeteo.com
Femzo.com
Fomoza.com
Fugenic.com
Gladx.com
Graderly.com
Hotiki.com
Intraly.com
Kastoo.com
Kidying.com
Kinexy.com
Mattzy.com
Numug.com
Nuzoli.com
Okory.com
Omoso.com
Paletio.com
Pelegia.com
Phoology.com
Setiton.com
Sezly.com
Skimzy.com
Sleaker.com
Stretex.com
Tajado.com
Thingez.com
Tumoy.com
Voicist.com
Winkeo.com
Xmetic.com
Yiods.com
Ziograph.com
Zovies.com
Zudux.com

MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE

Some Numbers

977.net

42030.com
905010.com
383110.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Couriers.cc
Omelet.cc
Chamber.cc
Reparation.cc
Rambled.net
Anybodys.net
Intently.org

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

CannaGive.com
GanjaChick.com
HempGiant.com
MmjCrowd.com
WeNeedBud.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

BeanClub.com

42020.com

CoopCoin.com

NamePros

MochaDeals.com
GovDot.com
FogEngineering.com
Updater.Net
BrainTumour.net 

SmartKidding.com
DroidPle.com
4ZII.com
FoodHorse.com
DenmarkMR.com

Expression.in
MightyWallet.org
TeemShip.com
Magicbrick.in
MicroTech.io
Originals.io
DomainsLlc.org
BitcoinApp.xyz
BankruptcyLawyer.directory
CryptoRatecard.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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7 comments

  1. Fuadiansyah

    I think GD value estimation also could influenced people’s decision.
    bitcoingamblingsites.com had estimated value of $2,106. Maybe something fishy from GD here…


    1. Post author
      Josh E

      Could be, but I think there’s something in the value estimation algorithm for past sales. So as long as people pay ridiculous prices those names will stay high in the estimated valuation. I don’t even look at their valuation tool.

  2. Vito

    I agree 1000%.
    If you put that domain on up for sale on any social media account, at NamePros forum or even up for auction in your personal inventory at NJ, Sedo etc. I dont think you would even get a minimum bid for it.
    .
    The psychology of domainers still baffles me sometimes. Many lesser domains will go for more money at expiring auctions as they are dropping. Put those same domains in a personal auction at a major auction house and very minimal action if any sometimes. Very weird.
    .
    I like the crypto/coin type names but yeah this ones price point is bizarre at 4 digits already.
    .
    By the way Josh, how is your crypto/coin domain experiment going? I remember recently you grabbed a bunch of random domains with those keywords. I think you put 3k total into them. I am sure YOU will make your money back and then some. You always do with those ballsy multi domain reg moves. Keep us posted brother.


    1. Post author
      Josh E

      Will do Vito, I sold a couple of coin names the last couple of days, but none that were in that group. Next week I’ll do a post with all the prices I listed them at and an update.

      Since I’ve started the vast majority of my sales are from domains that I paid reg fee. When I “make up” the names I consider that hand regging. If I register them after they drop I consider that “hand catching”. Most people put all of that into the hand reg category.

  3. Adam

    Josh,
    I had a question regarding when you hand register domains (e.g. your crypto domain experiment, etc.) If I’m not mistaken, you registered all of those domains at GoDaddy. Do you find it is worth it to pay a couple of dollars more for hand reg’s at GoDaddy because of Premium Listings, as opposed to paying less at Dynadot or other registrars that might be offering cheaper prices? Thanks.


    1. Post author
      Josh E

      Adam,
      I think there is value to registering the names at Godaddy just for the premium listing, but it’s actually the best price around unless there’s a special. I probably use namebright more than godaddy if my account has money in it, because I’m getting them for $8.03 when you fund your account, if not the price is 8.53. My normal Godaddy price is $8.47. If there’s a deal like dotster or netfirms used to have for 1.99 I’ll use them, but their systems are so horrible, I’ll only use them if it’s a significant discount.

  4. Ken O'Brien

    Josh,
    I completely agree with your opinion on bitcoingamblingsites.com but I know that industry and they would pay more than you think to own that domain. Almost every offshore sports book has a media department and one of their jobs is to locate digital assets. I realize this is not a good domain for you or I to buy as an investor but that is a growing sector of that industry. The average new customer who deposits bitcoin with an offshore sports book is worth much more than the cost of this domain. As always the value of a domain depends on who is buying it. I would not be surprised if it is end users bidding on it now. I’m not interested in watching you on national TV but maybe some of the girls in my office might be 🙂
    Cheers

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