IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Saturday, February 2nd

Escrow.com

I had a great time at Namescon, the worst part of the whole trip was coming home to a snow covered vehicle sitting at the train station in 3 degree weather. At least it started, I was worried that the diesel might gel and it wouldn’t start.

On the flight home I sat next to a guy that worked as a software developer. He was also flying home after attending a conference in Vegas. I told him I had been at a Domain conference and then explained the whole business of the domain aftermarket and domain investing. He had a really good concept of domains and there value, but had never really considered the aftermarket. He even told me that he and his friends buy domains to make joke sites, like buying each others names and putting funny stuff on the sites.

He also had a few side projects on domains that were actually pretty good. It made me remember something that I think I’ve mentioned before, that domains can be good or great for a particular application, but not salable or most likely will never sell.

What I mean is that a domain can be good for a business or project by meeting all of it’s needs, memorable, applicable, brandable, if that’s the goal, but that doesn’t mean that anyone will ever pay more than $10 for the name.

We often talk about domains in terms of good and bad, but the more appropriate discussion should be “ok that’s a decent domain, but is there anyone out there that will buy it”. This concept applies to the full price range of aftermarket and  unregistered domains. There are tons of “good” domains with a huge price tag that no business will ever buy. There are also tons, to the 10th power, of domains that are good  that might not even be registered or really cheap, that will also never sell to any business large or small.

I do this wrong all the time. I see a domain that I think is good, buy or register it, without considering if any business will ever buy or use it. Most of the time I’m just guessing, but other times I get caught in the blatant trap of buying something that will never sell just because I think it’s “good”.

While there’s no real formula, ask yourself “Will this domain be desired by a business” before you even consider buying it.

Not only is there no formula for knowing if a domain will sell, there’s not always a right answer. I might think a domain will never sell, but that’s only based on my own limited world view and experience.  Someone else with better incite into a certain sector or industry might see a domain and know for sure that it has a higher than average chance of selling.  All we can do is learn, glean as much knowledge as we can from others that do well, try things and duplicate the things that work.

Keep in mind that I put names on the list that I think are good,  funny or that I can attempt to write something witty. There will always be some that I think are good but will probably never sell. I do this because I’m quickly identifying domains that might have some value to someone. It’s your job based off of your life experience and knowledge to decide if anyone will ever but it.

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Main List

The No Bid List

AintNobody.com Ain’t nobody gonna beat us,  ain’t nobody that can get it done. Maybe it works. I think it’s memorable and kinda fun

AmusingFun.com  redundant but cheaper than amusing.com or fun.com

AnotherLegend.com

BasketOfPlenty.com  like a cornucopia, those are usually made of basket type material I think

BuffaloSquad.com  No idea what they do, but it sounds like a group of bison that team up and do something

ConsultingHelp.com  get help by asking someone that knows more about something than you

CuteCustom.com  good name for a business that makes custom gifts

EarningX.com  throw an x on the end save thousands

EvaluateHealth.com  could be a marketing call to action to get checked

EverydayOrdinary.com  Just the usual

FindTheDifference.com  comparisons or maybe a marketing name for a company that does something better

FineStrains.com  a cannabis store with only the best strains

FollowFaster.com  some sort of social app

GiveYourLove.com  donations, maybe adopt a kid or a pet, adopt a small goat and cover both

GoMastery.com  go is one of the most popular selling prefix keywords according to Godaddy

GoodLifeLesson.com A story or site about a life lesson so powerful it needs its own site

GotCaptured.com   It’s a photo site, what did you capture?

GreatActions.com  Things that people do that are great

GreatProfessions.com  There are some professions that are great with the majority of people liking what they do, there are also some that suck.

GuruCourse.com  Learn how to be a guru

HateTraining.com  it’s negative, maybe it’s a way to get your annual training done in a fun way. There are certain area’s where negative won’t work, because I think that people don’t even like thinking about that particular negative, but there are others where most people have the negative opinion. There’s certain annual training that I have to take, I’m fairly confident that 90% of people hate that training.

HelpErase.com  Get rid of something that’s hard to get rid of

HomeAlmighty.com  your magnificent home

ItMethod.com  I T method

KindAngel.com  Takes care of people, I can never remember if it’s Angel or Angle off the top of my head. I have to check

LedgerClip.com  It’s like a wallet for a ledger but smaller like a money clip

LessonSchedule.com an app for school

LifeIntegrate.com  mesh things in your life together

LittleAgain.com  A marketing name for things that you liked to do when you were little, but think you can’t since you’re an adult

LoanJournal.com  Keep track of your loan, payments, payoff amount

LuckLost.com

MeBrewing.com  home brew supplies

MentalChampion.com  so so smart

MissHack.com

MyLastDollar.com  A personal blog how someone took there last dollar and became a millionaire. Doesn’t every make money system start out that way?

NeedAPack.com

PayItOffFast.com  A budgeting help site

RecordRoute.com  tracks where you went

ReliableCounsel.com

RidingSuit.com

ScreenReporter.com

SecretOfStrength.com

SendInspiration.com

SmartQuicker.com

SunVenue.com

TexasHard.com

WalletFresh.com

WeLoveCoin.com

WeShallRiseUp.com

WhatWeReallyNeed.com

WholeCoupon.com

WinterCrowd.com

WrongResponse.com

YourRevival.com

More Names With No Bids

Names With Bids

OrganicBouquet.com

BeLocal.com

MyStake.com

GreenPalm.com

VehicleBroker.com

SmartProfile.com

ForSleep.com

ManlyThings.com

iplaymusic.com

ExtraBall.com

LiveYounger.com

Mawar.com

CashCorp.com

ihelmet.com

GoWax.com

CryptoLux.com

RooTo.com

NeuroPill.com

RapidResources.com

DefaultLogic.com

ShipOk.com

GamingLegends.com

FactTime.com

escortin.com

TotalOrder.com

Zipped.net

ProphetAlerts.com

LegalUnity.com

AfricaWildlife.com

molution.com

iearths.com

FishingSuccess.com

intelligentcbd.com

islers.com

howzi.com

bockz.com

More Names With No Bids

Namejet

QuietLion.com

Latraviata.com

JustHoop.com

debster.com

UsAmnesty.com

stirea.com

accordio.com

DebitOnline.com

PickApples.com

kerer.com

Salito.com

AlwaysAlmost.com

BeyondSecret.com

MyMaterials.com

TicketScouts.com

SwiftApps.com

ShortVehicle.com

LearnTheMarket.com

Flippa/SEDO

Your LLLL.coms of The Day

lslu.com
uyag.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

ezpz.org

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

Brandables

bizello.com
cavlia.com
chosie.com
chronto.com
cryptolery.com
cuzzers.com
druggler.com
funzono.com
impulsery.com
lategy.com
mumajo.com
narovo.com
ozzom.com
parablo.com
ritted.com
shavics.com
tazzes.com
thomeo.com
vowlery.com
zidual.com

Some Numbers

441441.com
75543.com
03873.com
612266.com
090410.com
166189.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Bumblebees.net
Zipped.net
Apprentices.biz
Autonomous.us
Orchid.cc
Impress.cc
Rule.cc
Puck.cc
Winos.org

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

IdentifyCannabis.com
KushFeed.com
RankCannabis.com
UpKush.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

NamePros

Uxul.com
CrazyCustomers.com 
Gxsv.com
EssentialOilShop.co.uk
ILGH.com

ExciteApparel.com
GuyParty.com
Asij.com
HomeChurch.net
J7B.net

Boss365.in
Vaping.cc 
Holo-graphy.com
KitchenMain.com
DronesSpot.com
B-3.co
CryptoTalisman.com 
GoldCoinNetwork.com
Zilla.top
CryptoRust.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 Replies to “IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Saturday, February 2nd”

  1. “a domain can be good for a business or project ….. but that doesn’t mean that anyone will ever pay more than $10 for the name.” Very well said, Josh!
    LittleAgain.com Great for a weight loss clinic. 🙂

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