IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Saturday, October 20th

Oct 20 2018

Escrow.com

On Tuesday I mentioned the Godaddy auction partners and Mike Cyger was kind enough to reply.  I’ve added his comment below for those that didn’t see it. Mike makes a really good point with the Amazon example. Why would people go anywhere else if Godaddy is all they see and hear about.

Mike’s comment also made me think of the DNAcademy in general. For most people there’s a learning curve with anything that they’re trying to learn and master.  The problem with a long, drawn out learning curve is that is cost time and money. Minimizing the learning curve is possible with the right tools.  I’m not saying that you can’t learn how to be successful at domaining without paying for a course, there’s a lot of free info out there, but if there’s a one stop researched option why not take it?

I’m reminded of this 90% of the time I watch a DomainSherpa review. It baffles my mind what people submit for the review, it’s like they haven’t watched any previous episodes.

It’s like they woke up one day, found out there’s a thing called domains, registered 100 of them by noon and submitted the list to the DomainSherpa by that evening. While it may seem like I’m being a jerk, and I probably am a bit, there’s a crucial lesson here. Sometimes you need extra help to learn something, and the money that is wasted could pay for the course.

I actually think there will always be some level of learning curve, I think learning through failure is one of the best ways to do it. But there’s no reason you can’t limit the damage and take advantage of someone else’s work.

 

“Yes, NameCheap is now sending expired domains to GoDaddy Auctions. Here’s the reference where they started doing it (https://domainnamewire.com/2018/06/14/namecheap-starts-sending-expired-domains-to-godaddy-auctions/). And while I’m not tracking auction partners on the DomainSherpa reference page any longer, I am doing so within DNAcademy. Students can find it here: https://www.dnacademy.com/course/lifecycle-buying

I see smaller registrars sending their expired domain names to GoDaddy Auctions as a great way for them to bring in an additional revenue stream. But I can’t help but think that it was the same back in the early 2000s when small and large merchants alike added their products to Amazon as an additional revenue stream. It simply taught consumers to go to Amazon whenever they wanted anything.”

 

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Main List

Operated.com Single word, it’s past tense but still many uses. Makes me think of medical,  machinery or maybe tactical

The No Bid List

AllTheEnergy.com  Solar, Nuclear, wind, coal, gas, this company uses energy in all forms

AutomaticTire.com Don’t worry if it goes flat, it refills itself

BizSurvey.com  This site collects data and conducts survey’s from businesses

BlockByChain.com  Almost blockchain, but with an added word for the discount

BlockMight.com the strong block

ByTeck.com

ChooseForYou.com  can’t decide? this service will choose for you

ClubClone.com  Cheap golf clubs, they’re clones of the brand name clubs

CookItForYou.com  A service that comes to your home and cooks the food for you

CrimePrime.com

DeluxeTuxedo.com  Formal wear rental

DemonPrince.com  Sounds like a book or a video game

DoSpirit.com a medium or gear for highschool sports fans

DownWeGo.com  A scuba diving brand

EverythingHybrid.com

FeedDoctor.com  A nutritionist

FineOptions.com

FundingCrypto.com

GetItAllOver.com A marketing name for a product that can now be found everywhere

GoodSandwich.com  a restaurant chain that serves tasty sandwiches

HurryUpGo.com

ImpressHim.com  Gifts for men that they will like

IsHandmade.com  All handmade products

JiffyWallet.com  A really fast crypto wallet

JuniorDoc.com

LoveIsTheFocus.com

OnlyBlock.com  A bunch of crypto type names below

ProfitableCrypto.com

PursePod.com

PushBlock.com

ReflectSelf.com

RightScience.com  a learning site for kids

SecretProof.com  No secrets here, there’s video cameras everywhere. Sounds like a name for a PI service

SirProperty.com

SociallyStrong.com

SquirrelPie.com  It’s an actual thing, but it almost sounds like a crazy brand.

SyntheticToken.com  It’s not natural, made on the synthetic, non organic blockchain

TalkEther.com  A forum for Ether and related tokens

WorkingHuman.com

XCryptoCoin.com

More Names With No Bids

Names With Bids

PinFan.com

GoldApple.com

Loyalize.com

SoftSite.com

CrowdFundingCapital.com

Wetex.com

Bctraining.com

SleepMeds.com

MoneyYou.com

CloudInbox.com

ReadyAndWilling.com

UnityChain.com

MicroLegend.com

Syntag.com

OrderServices.com

MajorPro.com

SolarTractor.com

BeMain.com

HempTrail.com

Yaxel.com

VineTrade.com

SecretRefuge.com

More Names With No Bids

Namejet

JetBoard.com

Cbdo.com

buno.com

NewTest.com

DailyTours.com

HealThis.com

FamilyFunDay.com

Cabbages.com

HeatCity.com

JobCommunity.com

LightChoice.com

revius.com

Megaliths.com

Planista.com

OurEstate.com

AlienWeed.com

TreeProducts.com

ChineseService.com

StoreTrader.com

TheCryptoDaily.com

BlackProtest.com

LocalDepot.com

Flippa/SEDO

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Your LLLL.coms of The Day

bpmh.com
psjd.com
kaiw.com
ikqg.com
aqfb.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

qqxs.cc
kkfd.net

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

Brandables

Cajona.com
Cryptards.com
Cryptoezy.com
Drugina.com
Erthea.com
Feskey.com
Incentity.com
Innomo.com
Mormer.com
Nutriseo.com
Shotten.com
Squareeo.com
Witoro.com
Zodidi.com

MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE

Some Numbers

33289.com
09068.com
411168.com
0311189.com
0279108.com
9108027.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Sketching.tv
Informed.info
Simulate.biz
Blocked.biz
Trademarking.biz
Sculpting.tv
Authorize.biz
Smooth.info
Makeover.info
Smartcard.biz
Historical.tv

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

BumBud.com
CannabisHello.com
cannaro.com
cbdcommon.com
commoncbd.com
commonthc.com
FirmHigh.com
GroundHash.com
SocietyWeed.com
StartCbd.com
VapeStarterKit.com
VaporProud.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

NamePros

Electorate.com
Zvtj.com
Operated.com
SGJV.com
LordJesus net

FTTC.net
WWXF.net
PhysicalEnvironment.com
Ruuno.com
Electrini.com

XaServices.com 
VpnHigh.com 
LearnApp.net
CryptooNews.com
QuickNews.org
CloudDevelopers.net
JobTrendy.in
Kurta.co.in
TokensOutlet.com
BitcoinsLiquidity.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. Michael Travis

    For expired domains coming from registries GoDaddy makes sense but for aftermarket sales, domains owned by domain owners, it only makes sense for liquidating for what other domain investors are willing to pay. For domain owners who want top dollars and sales velocity, at the moment, the market doesn’t have a viable solution.

  2. Christopher Geras

    Thanks Josh,

    Regarding the horrible portfolios at Domain Sherpa… It baffles me too that these “portfolios” go on the show. Seems such a waste of everyone’s time (except for another noob). I WISH they would have some minimum standard at least. Oh, well. Love the show anyway.

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