I forgot that enom expired inventory now goes to Godaddy. I was reminded today while going through the list and seeing names that looked familiar.
I thought I was caught up on my Godaddy renewals so I wasn’t expecting to find names that I own or used to own up for expired auction, then I saw one that I was pretty sure I owned, I never really know for sure since I’m such of mess.
I checked the whois which was redacted but when enom showed as the registrar I knew it was probably mine. So before doing any more work on this post, I had to start transferring about 40 domains that were expired. Why were there that many expired domains at enom? Because I’m stupid and do the same stupid things over and over lol.
Here’s a tip for dealing with enom, or Netsol and a few others that make it a pain in the ass to get your auth codes. Call their support and request all authcodes for all your domains at some point when you’re feeling motivated to talk to customer support that knows nothing about domains. You don’t have to transfer them right away just store the info.
I keep the email that they send, that way I can search for the email, as I’d never find it if I tried to store it somewhere else. Maybe it’s a security risk, but If I had to do a risk benefit analysis on the whole situation, I’m sure I’d find I’m the bigger risk of losing my domains than them getting stolen from poor handling of auth codes
Netsol and Register are the obvious horrible authcode culprits, I’m actually not sure if enom gives you the codes easily before they expire or not, but after they expire you have to jump through hoops.
- Main List NameJet Flippa/Sedo
- LLLL.com’s LLL, CCC, 5L Other LLLL’s
- Short Brandables Numbers One Worders Vape, Vegan, VR
- Snap Names/Dropcatch NamePros Godaddy Value BIN
- Available For Reg Fee
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The No Bid List
AdventureEveryday.com Keep life interesting with a daily adventure
AlertHealthcare.com Alert makes you think whoever’s running your healthcare is ready for anything
ArmyDoctor.com Don’t know what you do with it, but it’s a good name intrinsically. Be a great email if you were an army doctor
BestOfSummer.com Maybe a marketing name for products used during the summer.
BookTheory.com Sounds like a name for the study of book writing
BrainCrafting.com probably wouldn’t ever sell with the suffix, but who doesn’t like crafting brains?
DoneForYouWriting.com Long, but who cares, you won’t be writing anything else
ForParentsOnly.com No kids allowed
FoxCamel.com WTF is a fox camel
HateWhatYouDo.com A negative name, but I like it for a billboard. Follow it up with a question mark, use it as a new career marketing campaign
HighNetworking.com Get high and socialize
IncomeMatch.com Double your income
LancasterKitchen.com I live in one of the more well known counties with this name, lots of tourists here looking for the Amish food, and lot’s of Amish that make things to sell to them.
LordOfEvil.com Use if for an email
MateAgent.com hire an agent to find you a mate
NoToSelf.com Help to stop being selfish
OurDaughter.com Our Son has bids and is around $200
PrivacyStorage.com Keep all your private crap secure
PublicPledge.com This will probably me a site where you can virtue signal a bunch of things that you don’t believe in and will never do
QrCat.com seems like a good brand for something to do with QR codes
RumMonkey.com Could be anything, maybe a bar or restaurant. The logo is an intoxicated primate wearing a pirate hat
SoundMatrix.com A grid of sound. This is a good brand for something noise related
SpeedHaul.com Really fast haulers
SumSave.com A little play on words, some people save some money
SunLocker.com A brand of solar products
ThenMove.com If you don’t like it here then move.
TotallyDiy.com No help at all, you have to Do It Yourself totally
WeFightYourBattles.com sounds like an attorney brand
WorkPa.com Get a job in PA
YouFreaks.com you know who you are…
Names With Bids
Your LLLL.coms of The Day
LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday
LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s
One Worders and Other TLD’s
Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and VR
Godaddy Value BIN
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