IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Tuesday, September 12th

Sep 12 2017

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One of the best things with buying and selling domains is the ability to quickly change strategy, pivot or try different things without much hassle. This whole game is a learning process that works differently for every single investor. Sure there are universal principles, but there are so many things that are subjective and have no “right” answer.

For example, over the last couple of months, I’ve sold some domains for a lot more than I had them listed for on platforms with BIN prices. I’ve also messed up and undersold names because I had them listed too low somewhere, got a higher offer, then lost the higher offer because they found it cheaper. While this doesn’t happen that often, it’s something to consider.

The point is, I’ve harped on listing names with reasonable BIN prices, but then my theory gets rocked by a sale that might be 10X the BIN list price, or a price that I envisioned listing it for but have yet to list it.

There are so many uncontrollable variables, and I don’t know what the right answer is. I do know that I will sell more names with a reasonable BIN price and selling creates momentum and builds confidence. So we’re  left with “gut” intuition, a little bit of luck and the ability to change the strategy if something’s not working or could work better.

Main List

The No Bid List

AboveOrganic.com Organic products that stand out from the competition

AnswerUs.com  Find the answer you need, maybe a call taking center

BarnHarvest.com  this name  makes me think of brand of fresh produce

BlackOctagon.com  Start your own underground fight club

BrainConcept.com  A tool that helps you brain storm and come up with new ideas

BudgetProcess.com  Learn how to make a budget

BurgerKit.com  A prepackaged kit to make gourmet burgers

CatSquad.com  Cat people will spend lots of money for their cats

Crediso.com  A credit type brand

DoNotDoubt.com  A call to action type name

ExpertArtwork.com  Because who wants art from a non expert?

FineFlavors.com  icecream?

FuzeCafe.com

GainStack.com

HealthLast.com  A product to keep you healthy

HikeU.com  I personal hiking brand

iLoveBullShit.com  Some people love to BS

ImmortalZ.com  Sounds like it has something to do with aliens that can’t be killed

MoonPad.com  Sounds like something cool, but I’m not sure what it is.

OfTheFuture.com  upcoming things, or maybe trend predictions

PipeOlogist.com  The study of pipes, could be plumbing or “glass”

PlotGrid.com  A mapping or GPS name

Podimus.com

PublicOrigin.com

ReportHazard.com   a site that shows you all the road hazards so you can avoid them or report new ones

SemRight.com  Search Engine Marketing the right way

SquareDebt.com

StreetCaller.com

TraderGang.com

TruthNova.com  New truth

VisionGurus.com  Eye Dr’s or online contact and eye glass sales. Maybe Lasik

WholeName.com  could be a domain sales site

More Names With No Bids

Names With Bids

BetWild.com

BusinessIdentity.com

TripEuro.com

Mints.net

myinvite.com

Mobiles.me

BeginnerGuides.com

ByteCrime.org

Bowry.com

blovo.com

AccessGo.com

RealRange.com

MailTransport.com

Hobber.com

SimpleFolk.com

SoundWake.com

EnergyPledge.com

BlueYoke.com

FlexibleDrive.com

BooksWanted.com

HelpTurf.com

PlaceOrders.com

TrendDeck.com

MoveZen.com

FreshExclusive.com

More Names With No Bids

Namejet

EuropeByAir.com   Helicopter, or hot air balloon tours of Europe

EpicChallenge.com Sounds like a race or a tough man type contest

DomainScript.com  Code to catch domains or run an api for auctions

EveryRose.com

PlusPerfect.com

LiveCredits.com

Cheeter.com

CraftyWork.com

NotCrap.com

CrunchCash.com

LifeForGod.com

UltimateHerb.com

MoneyEye.com

MoneyResult.com

HeatOfPassion.com

DreamOfAmerica.com

DotLeader.com

DirectToday.com

StepCycle.com

MobileTherapist.com

Agentix.com

YourGoldCoin.com

FreshApartments.com

SmoothDevil.com

GoDigi.com

OurBlocks.com

ExNow.com

HashRatio.com

Flippa/SEDO

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Your LLLL.coms of The Day

Fens.com

tssr.com

siep.com

Oanh.com

rnad.com

mxiq.com

migr.com

hnad.com

yeiy.com

izqc.com

aobq.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

nwcp.net

jems.me

oncf.org

ustv.us

menp.org

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

63h.net
n53.net
ppssw.com
crssw.com

Brandables

Appvon.com

Buccy.com

Dowsh.com

Droonz.com

Dugasi.com

Dupidy.com

Fernish.com

Flifty.com

Gamvana.com

Gauzier.com

Gylio.com

Henisk.com

Jeeos.com

Jemot.com

Kirgy.com

Lytis.com

Masyy.com

Menve.com

Polloz.com

Savpo.com

Segony.com

Skitzu.com

Treaky.com

Tuzera.com

Vodock.com

Yodify.com

Zaart.com

Zigir.com

Zinesta.com

Zurrir.com

MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE

Some Numbers

731883.com

14109.com

668843.com

722012.com

1322054.com

93sh.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

mrv.us

yta.us

keb.tv

Mints.net

Glory.biz

Mobiles.me

Journeys.cc

RareGold.net

ByteCrime.org

CoinClubs.net

Prefilters.net

InfoExchange.net

NetworkPulse.net

TheApartment.net

GlobalMarketing.org

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

MmjLocator.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

BullionBank.com

EOSP.com

TransportDirect.com

TrackClub.com

NamePros

CafeChat.net
TeacherScore.com
SellUsedBikes.com
AutoBuild.net
eCurrencyGuide.com

SmallRefrigerator.net
SealStamps.com
iPiii.com
iBankOnline.net
BuildableHomes.com

QuickForexTutorial.com
QualityBracelets.com
NothingsPerfect.com
IsraelPoker.com
LOTEMA.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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2 comments

  1. Ategy

    As for your points on pricing … I’d have to say that the hardest part of domaining is pricing. The reality is that the real optimum price depends almost completely on your end user buyer. To one person it could be worth 8k .. to another $800! If you price it at $800 you have 2 potential buyers if they find your domain .. and if you price it at $8k you’ll only have one. But what is the takeaway from that when you don’t really know how many people will actually end up seeing your domain for sale?
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    The one huge advantage you have is volume .. which lets you see a much bigger picture and sample than the rest of us. You should sell your list of domains sold .. as well as the domains that haven’t sold (and how long they’ve been listed for and at what price).
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    To the rest of us human domainers we’re going into it pretty blind. Sure there are sales reports, but most focus on higher end domains … but even for those that don’t, they can be a little misleading without knowing the respective volume of similar quality names that didn’t sell vs the ones that did.
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    Anyhow .. thanks again for the list .. and that pic! 🙂

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