IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Tuesday,May 22nd

May 22 2018

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Here’s something to watch if you have your names at Godaddy and don’t have auto renewal turned on.

I don’t like auto renewal because I end up renewing names that I didn’t mean to and that price tag adds up quick.  If you don’t have that many names it shouldn’t be an issue. But if you have a lot of names that you paid reg fee for initially, you don’t need to renew them if they’re not working. You can register something else and move on.

So I periodically go through my names and renew the ones I want to keep that are expired or soon to be expired. Lately I’ve been more on top of it all because I’ve been auctioning them off at Dropcatch instead of letting Godaddy take the free money.

Here’s where the problem arises:

If someone puts the domain in their shopping cart, and doesn’t complete the purchase or the funds never get approved, your domain will be in a limbo state for the duration that it is in the cart. It will not show up in your dashboard or anywhere in your account. I’ve actually had domains stuck in this phase, couldn’t find them and needed to transfer them because they sold at Brandbucket or Uniregistry.

The time frame for this limbo state could last for days and it isn’t consistent.  Depending on where the cart add took place will influence how long the domain is missing. If it was added at Godaddy, it should only be for a few hours, but if it’s added through an Afternic partner, who knows.

So in a scenario where the domain is close to expiration, or recently expired, then added to a cart prior to your domain renewal routine, it could be lost to the Godaddy auction process before you are able to renew it or know it’s even missing.

Obviously Godaddy is making a ton of money with the expired auctions, and it is my responsibility to track and manage my domains, but why do they make it harder. I’ve voiced my opinion before on how the expired auction process violates how the domain life cycle is supposed to work, this is one more thing that adds to my skepticism.

I have to think that there’s a certain amount of names that get auctioned off by Godaddy because of this glitch. There’s currently 437K expired names at auction with Godaddy. They will reap the rewards for every name that sells, there are no private seller expired domains. If fact you can’t even auction a domain at Godaddy if the expiration is within 30 or 60 days. (not sure)

I know they’ll never do it, but if they let domainers participate in the expired auction proceeds, no one would ever transfer their names away and these issues would be resolved.  Think of the great inventory Godaddy expired auctions would have if you had the opportunity to intentionally let your names go through the expired auction process.  Those names would have the same advantage as the Godaddy inventory, the valuation, traffic numbers and they would show up in the distribution feeds as expired.

Main List

The No Bid List

AndForYou.com  Makes me think of personal gifts or things you would be during a midlife crisis

AssetSuccess.com  Manage your assets

BabelChain.com  No one knows what they’re saying but they pass it on down the chain

BuzzRewind.com  A review of the latest buzz topics

CarDojo.com  I can see this as a used car dealership

CertifiedHd.com

Compmatic.com comp on auto pilot

EasyGrand.com  $1000 with no effort

EquityParking.com  Make money parking your domains… This is a legacy domain that probably has no value if it’s in reference to domain parking. So maybe it’s for parking cars

ESwiper.com  Electronic Swiper

ForexFusion.com

FullPlanet.com the whole world

GoldTheory.com  A site about gold or theories that are really good

HempInvestment.com  the best organic material on the planet

JumpSkills.com

LuckSuccess.com  This is the plan for many domain investors

MinuteWall.com  Prefab wall that goes up in a minute

NailRehab.com  A product for brittle nails

NovaSelect.com

QuietSupport.com

RentHead.com  Get a consultant that’s smarter than you

TakeGet.com

TakingChance.com get out of your comfort zone

TruthSelf.com

WeDoAction.com

WeDoDirtyWork.com  For the things you would pay any amount of money for someone else to do.

WordJumble.com Sounds like an app game

YouBitter.com

YourSemi.com  A name for truckers

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Names With Bids

Striver.com

DigitalTalent.com

ForestManagement.com

InterMoney.com

OffTheGrid.net

Cragar.com

DesertCanyon.com

CryptoBaba.com

Wordings.com

TotallyWireless.com

opins.com

Cottone.com

RecruitWise.com

AthleteTracker.com

968w.com

BlockSweat.com

orthero.com

FoodStore.org

QuizPop.com

SafeAsia.com

BitCoinStrength.com

BathroomGuru.com

More Names With No Bids

Namejet

WrongMountain.com
AllTheSecrets.com
UniversityNow.com
SoundHelper.com
KidShout.com
CollegeHappy.com
FarmMoney.com
HardWoman.com
MarineWildlife.com
BoldCritic.com
BullEye.com
UnitedAction.com
InfoAssure.com
DumbGuys.com

Flippa/SEDO

ChainSaws.com  ChainSaws.com Ultra Premium Category Killer Home & Garden Domain Name for Sale

SeoTimes.com Keep up to date with Google algorithms

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Your LLLL.coms of The Day

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LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

Hasp.org
iiip.org
ykhr.net
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bpgm.net

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

Brandables

Cearia.com
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Covzo.com
Crunite.com
Effuzio.com
Hackoz.com
Halfid.com
Iyris.com
Jafad.com
Juniso.com
Knosta.com
Novenga.com
Onzino.com
Phenora.com
Pulxa.com
Ravonny.com
Rinion.com
Risign.com
Sloio.com
Sudanos.com
Tymony.com
Vinatos.com
Vivster.com
Waxela.com
Wighter.com
Xlono.com
Yakoda.com
Zalth.com
Zowas.com
Zvare.com

MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE

Some Numbers

999330.com
817877.com
827877.com
780877.com
364010.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Province.biz
Boosted.biz
Virtuosos.org
Hardcovers.org
Pinda.org
Homebuild.org

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

VrMain.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

BeautyCloud.com

CartChain.com

Lisabeth.com

BuildEquityFast.com

CleanWithin.com

Chyzi.com

Feerg.com

FloppyDuck.com

FullStick.com

JustGottaSay.com

Higbi.com

IckyStuff.com

Feerg.com

LazyPays.com

LoveThatButt.com

Nejio.com

OneRealTruth.com

Ruloz.com

Rakini.com

Rohoza.com

Sahino.com

Sagsy.com

SpecialOlympians.com

SellToProfit.com

Slyts.com

Snoub.com

SpeedWhiz.com

SpyOnHim.com

SpelledWrong.com

TempFill.com

Tewsy.com

Tokoza.com

TonePlay.com

TripGps.com

Winefu.com

WhyWeLoveit.com

Vewsy.com

Wulsy.com

Yizly.com

NamePros

StockRodeo.com
MexicanTequilas.com
REUQ.com
ResellDrones.com
TheProLounge.com

Receive.info
PodTaxiIndia.com
KillBugs.net
ICPPO.com
ESOGI.com

Bkome.com
BrandLook.net
UmmNo.com
EnrollCrypto.com
MedHeaven.com
OneOne.net 
Nagto.in
nCalories.com
DomainLeads.co
Gartenmbel.de

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Available Names

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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

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    Good to see I’m not the only one on GoDaddy’s back when it comes to bugs and glitches. lol
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    It’s so bad I often start my emails to my rep with an apology because I know I’m going to send him on another wild goose chase where I’m only going to get the same similar canned reply “we at godaddy appreciate your feedback and will look into the situation further” .. and then never hear any further feedback and continue to see the bugs persist for days, months, YEARS, FOREVER … lol. I feel bad for my rep because I’m fairly sure it’s just as frustrating for them as it is for us having a platform so full of bugs and errors and miscommunications. You know a company has technical problems when you call for support and the first thing they do is say they are aware of the bug and simply offer you potential workarounds rather than offer any hope the bug will ever be fixed! lol
    .
    Another issue I have is now with the 30 day change in policy .. they’re trying to have their cake AND eat it too. They still allow you to renew/transfer your domains up until the final day (42 after expiration) which I think is good .. BUT .. the moment someone places a bid after 30 days your name simply vanishes from your inventory .. no email no notification .. nothing.
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    Like you I question the morality of being able to auction something away that someone else still has rights to .. but at the very least you should get an email .. AND .. the domain should still show up in your account but in red or tagged some other way showing that you have lost rights to it.
    .
    As for letting domain owners take a piece of the expiration auction pie .. I think the amount of money they lose to people who transfer out is a tiny tiny fraction of what they make from auction. I’m thinking it would also be a nightmare to manage as most domains are likely from people who bought a domain or two and never even come back to GoDaddy.
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    A nice compromise might be to have it so only people specifically with “GoDaddy Auction Accounts” have their expired domains automagically put into GD expiration auctions under their own account. Again though .. I don’t see GoDaddy giving away money like that. At the end of the day it really comes down to who actually owns the domain during the expiration period .. I never really asked the question because I’ve always assumed it’s been asked and addressed in the many many years before I became a more serious domainer .. but maybe it hasn’t?

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