IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Saturday, June 9th

Jun 09 2018

Escrow.com

Shane had some good points in yesterdays post and I want to expand on the concept. Lets stick with landscapers or lawn care. Most people know someone that has a small business cutting lawns. Like Shane mentioned, many of them have crap names and if they have a domain it’s something convoluted, not memorable and probably won’t help their business at all.

One thing I tell people is that their domain doesn’t have to be the same as their business name. Sure it’ll make a difference if they’re trying to be a big online brand, or a company that covers a vast geographic area. Many of these local business have names that includes their last name, random initials or something like that.

Even though they did a horrible job of naming their business, all is not lost. They can still operate off of a memorable domain that’s different from their business name. I think in this case a Geo name works, as does a brandable or even a phrase. For example I think I still own WeDoLandscaping.com, which I think is easier to remember than CultraLandscapeAndLawnServices.com or whatever the business name might be.

The benefit is that the google local search will more than likely bring up the business name in the SERP and the Easy to remember domain would be better utilized for marketing. So they’d cover all their bases despite some unfortunate initial branding.

 

Main List

The No Bid List

AdultTesting.com  A testing center for adults, they start out with a intro session to help the adults remeber how to take a test.

ArmorDome.com  A dome of security that protects you from mortar rounds and other ordnance

BankAppraisal.com  When the bank doesn’t use an appraiser but sets that value based off of comps in the area. They used to do this with equity lines, back when they were giving out free money to everyone. 85% LTV and never even look at the house.

BlockScheme.com a systematic plan or idea for the blockchain

BreadTwist.com  A brand or bread that looks like a pretzel

CitizenConcern.com  A place for people to tell their town about things like potholes

CleanHabits.com  healthy habits

CurrentEngine.com

EasySide.com  Easily put siding on your house

EnjoySmooth.com  shaving, shakes

ExcellentBuild.com

FasterMastery.com  Become a master at something in record time

FindThose.com

FullChallenge.com Sounds like an obstacle course or something like that

FunnyOdd.com

GoinOut.com  Short for Going, or Go in out

GoldHoard.com  Like a Dragon

iAmASheWolf.com  Just wanted to put Shane in this pic.

InnerWallet.com

JoinTheTalk.com  Take part in the discussion of some issue

LearnSteady.com

LiquidDelight.com  An awesome drink

MagCat.com

ManRehab.com  Rehabilitation just for men

MiningNinja.com

MinuteProfessor.com  Teaches you all you need to know in one minute

MissNanny.com  A single attractive women that moves into your house to watch the children

MotivationToday.com

OhBit.com  Short and has bit in it.

PortableCrate.com  Because a crate that you can’t move would suck as a crate.

PrimerCard.com Your first credit card for training purposes. Has a limit of $5.

PrivateLoanFund.com  Sounds like hard money, probably 39% vig and broken knees

RecordLoss.com  Keep track of your losses

SlapLine.com

SocialMusician.com  Not afraid to play music for others.

StopLot.com

ThemOnly.com

TrackWallet.com  A system for wallet security or keeping track of them.

UniBuilder.com  Can only build one thing

VictoryChain.com

VocalCreation.com  Make something wonderful with your voice

WeDoNot.com  Tell the world what you don’t do

YouProblem.com

More Names With No Bids

Names With Bids

Tejara.com

Moshen.com

WaistTrainers.com

ConsumerGuard.com

MagicSoil.com

PlusVision.com

TradeSure.com

Armino.com

SmithCounty.com

MusicFreedom.com

GreatCafe.com

CannaBrain.com

BasicOffice.com

WaxStation.com

WallDepot.com

ZenState.com

MagicHole.com

AutoRepairClub.com

Stabilisers.com

TechMile.com

RecoverAid.com

TravelObsession.com

CapitalStores.com

DeMobile.com

GoodStrike.com

Educatory.com

TopOccasion.com

TradingPress.com

BitNodes.com

AwesomeWall.com

AlphaValley.com

Businessmatic.com

ToxicFat.com

HiperCoin.com

HerElement.com

More Names With No Bids

Namejet

Deposit.com

AuctionBroker.com

WetSurf.com

InfoWomen.com

BridalUniverse.com

OptimumStorage.com

FreeAccounting.com

FireComp.com

StrategicLeader.com

CourtClaim.com

SureMoves.com

Mellea.com

BeggingYou.com

FarmInstitute.com

Webea.com

EChimp.com

Flippa/SEDO

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Your LLLL.coms of The Day

Trad.com
rzpd.com
bjco.com
bgur.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

khha.org
EsTi.net
sfml.net
blwc.net
azga.me
mxcd.net

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

wpf.app
kni.org
pdx.one

Brandables

Cinderous.com
Clogy.com
Dynagios.com
Fedoza.com
Hadels.com
Juicista.com
Krazzer.com
Laudist.com
Leeked.com
Pipomatic.com
Sethery.com
Snona.com
Techoin.com

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Some Numbers

One Worders and Other TLD’s

nutzy.net
ActiveTrader.org
Ballo.org
Expatriate.us
HeatingOil.org
Electing.org
Shopwork.net
Stoneground.net

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

CannaCompounds.com
HashAbly.com
MjPaint.com
VapeFiles.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

NamePros

StockRodeo.com
Loosen.com
SNVN.com
EINQ.com
URNU.com

Bicah.com
MixedRealities.net
Lympa.com
IMPIL.com
EditionU.com

MelbourneDentist.org
422.me
Ethero.co
RobotFx.me
LongLifeCare.com
2040.biz
e-Crypto.in
MixedRealityAi.com
MrAcquire.com
FastCryptoMoney.com

Godaddy Value BIN

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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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1 comment

  1. steve brady

    Ike, Shane I got an idea. We Raise North Carolina Honey Bees. Inexpensive crate Bee-Hives (each with a Queen Bee that lives up to 5 years and every year she lays a million eggs continuously producing thousands of worker bees that live for a month. During their month of life, the male worker bees and drones work nonstop collecting pollen and pollinating. The drones scout out new sources
    of pollen, return to the hive and communicate to the worker bees the distance and location of the new pollen sources.

    If the Queen Bee isn’t producing enough Worker Bees and the hive isn’t growing, the male Worker Bees will cycle out the Queen and pollenate 4 New Queen Bee eggs. Whichever Queen Bee is born first, the first thing she does is destroy the remaining 3 unborn Queens.

    This insane regimented order to Honey Bee society isn’t my imagination, it’s one of Earth’s processes that’s been around forever.

    North Carolina declared the HONEY BEE the Official State Insect in 1973 because HONEY BEES are essential for the production of cash crops like cotton, fruit, and vegetables.

    The PRODUCT is hundreds of gallons of expensive HONEY. The DEMAND for HONEY in the U.S.A. is greater than the domestic SUPPLY therefore (China the largest producer in the world of BEE HONEY) sells honey to US. The honey I buy from COSTCO is imported from Argentina. We are not producing enough Honey to meet our domestic demand! And a quart of honey can sell for twice what a quart of Mobil1 Synthetic Oil goes for, and let’s agree it’s probably a lot quicker to collect a quart of honey from a hive than it is to drill for oil. Not to mention you can eat honey and live.

    HONEY BEES hibernate during Winter, and North Carolina winters are many months shorter than Indiana. Florida is too hot for Honey Bees in the summer.

    Where I live in North Carolina it’s miles and miles and miles of bmfk old tobacco roads. The few straightaways go on so long in these Counties, they see every car that enters from out of state and where it’s heading.

    It’s the perfect location for us to create “The Largest Bee Honey Production Facility” in the USA necessary to meet the domestic demand.

    I will get the N.C. State BeeKeeper License to operate, I need to DSAD to purchase and insure the hundred acres of formerly North Carolina tobacco farmland to situate 2000 Bee Hives and help Harvest, Filter BeeHoney to USDA standard , putting it in Jars and controlling distribution to food markets nationwide.

    Let’s Bust it Out, Nows the Chance, and the greatest thing is this business doesn’t need a domain name and nobody can steal the idea unless they start mass producing Bee Honey in North Carolina which is fine.

    At age 50, why not go big and cooperate our next 20 years to significantly RAMPING UP the Honey Bee Population. Nobody is going to hate us for that and we leave our descendants with something that never dies and everyone buys.

    The Guarantees so far are: BEES work nonstop for FREE to increase Honey Production and Grocery Shoppers worldwide will buy as much North Carolina Bee Honey as we can deliver.

    According to honey.com not only does the US import honey annually to meet domestic demand, but US producers of honey export thousands of Metric Tons of Honey to the far east, middle east and Canada to meet to meet foreign demand for US Honey.

    Give me the bad news and I’ll forget about honey production.

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