IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Saturday, April 27th

Apr 27 2019

Escrow.com

Godaddy auctions seems a little lite today as far as really good names, though there are plenty that will sell. Most of the one with bids fall into the “will never sell to an enduser category.

Here’s a good example, KnifeSets.com currently at $118, is a name that I skipped over before I looked at the names with bids. Sure, it might have some intrinsic value, but I don’t see anyone buying this name at a retail price. According to ExpiredDomains.net it has no search volume, I don’t think that’s correct, I’m sure someone searches for the term every month. Godaddy’s valuation is over $3K, also not correct in my opinion. I would probably pay reg fee just because I wouldn’t be able to help myself, and there’s always the chance that I can get a couple hundred from a domainer that thinks it’s worth millions, just because it’s registered in 5 extensions.

So why do I think this will never sell retail? First who’s your buying audience for this name? It’s not a brand, no one will name their company knife sets, it’s a keyword domain with apparently very little search. The target buyer for this domain is a company that makes or sells knives, by the set, and either has no other product line or thinks this will somehow bring traffic. Maybe there’s an internet marketer that can make a one product site and sell or market these things.

The point is that there is a tiny pool of potential buyers, with no discernible benefit for  them to own the name, so even if there was a small chance of selling it, after paying $118, makes it a poor cost/benefit ratio.

Also single product online retail doesn’t seem that popular, unless it’s something very specific and hard to find. I’m sure there’s a ton of money in selling knife sets if you become the main supplier to the world, or develop a custom line of knives, but then you’d brand yourself.

Ask yourself who will buy the name and use it. Everyone’s life experience and knowledge base allows them a different perspective as to what might be salable. I list all kinds of names that I think have some value to someone, could be a site,  names that are funny or interesting. Don’t buy any of them unless you yourself can see the name being used or selling.  I’ve been shocked by some of the shitty names that I sell to end users.

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Main List

The No Bid List

AgentsLive.com  plural, but I think is sounds better than agent live

AnAsshole.com  not as exclusive as The Asshole, with this you’re just one of many

AndHad.com

BionicEquipment.com  buy a new bionic arm or leg at this store

BrandDept.com

BreakfastLinks.com  Those little sausages you can only eat for breakfast. They make the lunch and dinner sausages bigger

BuildAnytime.com

BullBid.com

CarbStop.com  A pill that stops carbs from entering your system. Eat as many as you want, the pill will take care of them

ChainExtract.com

ChatUltra.com

CheckMental.com

CleanRunning.com  makes be think of no emissions cars

ClimbSafely.com

CoinKiss.com

ConvincePeople.com  learn how to persuade others

CreateMany.com

DigiConnector.com

DonateHuman.com  Give your body to science. It’s not really science per say, it just means that students will poke, prod and cut your donated body up for training. I go to the cadaver lab twice a year to stick tubes into these donations. You never get used to the smell.

DoneFix.com

DualSkill.com

EndItToday.com  A call to action name

EnormousValue.com

ExcessLove.com  What should you do with all that extra love? Give it away responsibly with this service

ExitEvil.com

FastQuiet.com

FightBattles.com  A game, a book or a self help type thing

FightingBuck.com

FindRightWay.com

FoodTrick.com

ForeverCowboys.com

GameSavage.com

GoBreakfast.com  I can see it on a billboard, GoBreakfast.com! promoting a 2 for 1 Egg McMuffin deal

GoesHard.com

GreatDiversity.com

GreatestDrive.com

HerYear.com

HireLawyers.com  some domains are better for marketing one product. If I was an affiliate marketer, I’d like to sell this a lot more than knife sets

ImportantWorld.com

InstallThings.com

LedgerPort.com

LiquidSmokes.com

LuckExpert.com

MajorHedge.com

ManageFees.com

MidnightStop.com

Militance.com

MoreIncredible.com

NoneOfOne.com

NormalVille.com

PaddleJet.com

PressGrow.com

RescueStudy.com

RightAndJust.com

StillFast.com

TalentRide.com

TaskAudit.com  A service that checks to make sure everything got done

TogetherAction.com  A cooperation name

UltraGlucose.com

UnifiedProgress.com

UpsideGuide.com

VaultBlocks.com

WayEver.com

WhitewaterCamp.com

WordSymmetry.com

YouDidThis.com  A “make them feel guilty” name

YukonExplorer.com

More Names With No Bids

Names With Bids

zg99.com

Judgement.org

SpaceHop.com

vintz.com

KnifeSets.com

ConnectionSpeed.com

FockIng.com

StreetLawyer.com

Mothy.com

GlobalEquip.com

OptimizedMatch.com

SwiftSales.com

WonderWire.com

ArtOfMindfulness.com

nergie.com

PinkLeather.com

biaka.com

Entrou.com

ByTheory.com

FullTraffic.com

WorkWall.com

DragonForum.com

CrowdMission.com

UrbanDiplomacy.com

DowntownVaPe.com

jozad.com

Faldero.com

glimos.com

AllCrab.com

ValleyMarijuana.com

FlyThem.com

YouWorm.com

hikear.com

floorda.com

InnGuru.com

UpDogs.com

cevets.com

pebor.com

conizza.com

More Names With No Bids

Namejet

DirectImage.com
PopularPlace.com
caymen.com
OurVictory.com
iamtheway.com
BeautyEditor.com
PeteJohnson.com
TradeRegister.com
Vaker.com
vapefluid.com

Flippa/SEDO

Your LLLL.coms of The Day

qizo.com
hztc.com
apsy.com
vbhm.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

iipg.org
ReDr.org

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

s3y.com
ewc.net
312.org

Brandables

apubo.com
blunano.com
conizza.com
earpy.com
expertzo.com
fazea.com
fostina.com
gasolink.com
gearbi.com
gombio.com
helozy.com
hinion.com
houzies.com
Induza.com
keloth.com
latozi.com
mocova.com
modti.com
nepology.com
nuvish.com
ookah.com
optimalizer.com
outva.com
pujina.com
ramblo.com
refts.com
roofes.com
ruzina.com
smatiz.com
spinoga.com
suxty.com
sylaz.com
takoko.com
testonix.com
unfurls.com
vegizo.com
watigo.com
zanzito.com

Some Numbers

5058.cc
60830.com
312.org
531900.com
077699.com
538444.com
481900.com
956708.com
141900.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Mens.cc
Pyxis.tv
Reshape.us
Gavel.cc
Snitch.us
Judgement.org
Coward.me
Stonecraft.biz
Okays.net
Investigates.org

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

CannabisClaim.com
CannabisHacks.com
CookieWeed.com
MarijuanaDevil.com
MuchVape.com
PuffLiquids.com
WeedContract.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

NamePros

AircraftCargo.com
ASVE.com
NaughtyHotel.com
DXUY.com 
BAQJ.com

IntracityTrading.com
Prioy.com
NightChamps.com
Titixy.com
Uzr.net

PoshLinks.com
CardShop.org
GymHeros.us
7896.org
Digissi.com
AgedInsurance.com
VrTvBox.com
HardOnlineGames.com
Cashout.pro
BlockchainTask.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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2 comments

  1. Tom

    Very nice and interesting post Josh. I know Shane mentioned this the other day, but I too just keep getting outbid in auctions. I feel as if many people are overpaying for names just like the one you mentioned above.

  2. Jason Sheppard

    I imagine the 2017 sale of knifesets.com for $3200 and the downright ridiculous $143K Estibot valuation are the motivating forces behind the escalating price. According to Estibot there are 2900 EM searches per month with $1.25 CPC. I bet the hammer falls north of $500 but would be surprised if it hits 4 figures.

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