IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Tuesday, December 18th

Dec 18 2018

Escrow.com

I saw an article the other day about FB negotiating with premium cable channels, like HBO to offer their content in a pay format. I’m curious to see what the future holds for studio produced/network content and what delivery method will win out.

It seems like more and more platforms are looking for a way to get a piece of that pie. At some point there has to be diminishing returns or even futility, I mean how many services will the average customer subscribe to? I don’t think the people leaving the cable/satellite services are looking to put all of their money back into dozens of paid streaming platforms. With that said, I think competition will lead to better and better things.

The major broadcast networks, followed by the cable companies, had monopolies on the airways and cable territories for decades. As content delivery continues to evolve there will be domain selling opportunities.

I haven’t paid for cable in years, but I do have a Sirius/XM subscription, Netflix and Amazon prime. I think it’s a net gain for me, but who knows since I pay more for faster internet.  I haven’t paid for anything on YouTube or Facebook and I don’t think I will unless they cover some angle that the other streamers are neglecting or come up with something better. I do watch or listen to a lot of stuff on Youtube, but I think their advertisement revenue model is the way to go for that type of content. Their spywork 🙂 tailors the ads to my wants and needs. I know I’ve purchased many things either directly through the ads or indirectly, having gained knowledge about something that I now “need” or want.

Here’s a hack I found for Youtube videos that have numerous ads throughout the content, some have a commercial every 5 or 10 minutes. After the first ad plays, Click on the “next” video or any other video, and then use the browser back button. All the ad spots that were queued for your viewing pleasure will be gone.

Click the links for current prices, most links are commissionable and fund the operation.

RanDo.com

Flights.ly

Main List

The No Bid List

BeerWineBar.com Very generic but if you ran a bar that focuses on an extensive beer and wine menu and not hard liquor it might be worth something to you

BlockSeekers.com blockchain blah blah. lol seriously though, I don’t think this is dead, I think there’s enormous pressure and manipulation from the old school money gods and decision makers. Some want to kill it, some want to control it, but they all want to retain their power and influence.

BoundMarket.com  A market that’s on the move or jumping higher

CanYouChill.com  calm down bro

Demonitization.com  too many vowels who knows if it’s spelled right, but the concept has been getting a lot of air time with social media platform and censorship

EasyRegular.com  Sounds like a relaxing brand

EternalAfter.com

EyeCouncil.com  Need advice? The eye council follows you all day long with implanted cameras. Then they evaluate your actions and counsel you on doing it better

ForgeEdge.com  Sounds like a brand of  blacksmithed swords

HeatAbility.com  sell heating appliances

HomebrewCenter.com  the place to get your brewing supplies

HopeAll.com

iAftermarket.com  Not a bad i name

Instography.com Instant process or field of study

InsuredFreedom.com  vacation or retirement insurance

LifeInPhoto.com  A brand for a photographer

LifeSmooth.com

LovesCrypto.com

MakeAccountable.com  Sometimes we need accountability, this service forces the issue

MasterOfStory.com  Knows how to tell a story like a pro

MissingIt.com  I think this is a great name, Missing it could be lot’s of things. It’s a common phrase, I’m missing it, I keep missing it, I hate missing it, we are always missing it.

NowAthlete.com  The athlete of the present

OriginalBrewery.com  Like St James Gate

PaymentForge.com  The place where payments are made with fire and a hammer

PlantGenetic.com  probably should be plural

PollutionLevel.com  An app that shows you pollution levels of different places

PressHeadline.com News

PrivateVehicle.com  A name for a limo service

ResultProcess.com  The formula that gets results

RunToGetFit.com  a site for a running club or to sell running gear. I assume that’s basically just shoes, spandex,  and visors

ScoreCertified.com  A service that lends it’s seal of certification to a score of some sort

SelfPleaser.com  Basically everyone to some level, mostly high levels

StopPorn.com  The case can be made that porn isn’t that great for a healthy relationship

UsEvolve.com

VehicleHelper.com  A mechanic

YourFollow.com  Doesn’t flow very well, but it could be a way to track people that follow you on social media

More Names With No Bids

Names With Bids

wk33.com

RanDo.com

DigitalOptions.com

ecompete.com

MetaCity.com

CleanBaby.com

11cj.com

GenericSurplus.com

BigAfrica.com

Enarm.com

Ketok.com

ThemeBuild.com

MicroSquad.com

Glinted.com

SeoMojo.com

WorkChef.com

LegendMagic.com

Secularize.com

SingRich.com

EuroWizard.com

Rustify.com

ForeverPaid.com

DroneAgent.com

XLeverage.com

WatchUsTrade.com

Febix.com

Vorry.com

MySats.com

bullp.com

More Names With No Bids

Namejet

ReefScuba.com
ilovemygirl.com
ilovemyman.com
NowIsTheHour.com
CheckSafety.com
TotalLine.com
EasySpaces.com
ClearInput.com
quickee.com
PictureScape.com
ilovemychildren.com
BakeTherapy.com
SitAndGet.com
CoffeeTwist.com

Flippa/SEDO

Your LLLL.coms of The Day

eotm.com
zbbe.com
xdfo.com
apvm.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

nmfi.org
Digs.info
evbf.org

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

epr.net

Brandables

Bonezo.com
Clickzio.com
Collivia.com
Creazi.com
Cyuru.com
Dearster.com
Directfy.com
Dirtied.com
Duskish.com
Estelly.com
Gethelo.com
Gozago.com
Heelth.com
Intolergy.com
Jazido.com
Knockly.com
Learnky.com
Mixens.com
Relianto.com
Seeres.com
Tobiza.com
Yozana.com

Some Numbers

662399.com
125130.com
904911.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Gamest.org
Swoop.biz
Yelled.org
Doters.net
Disprove.me
Uncase.org

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

BidCanna.com
DearWeed.com
GrowSelection.com
SwiftCannabis.com
VaporLegion.com
TokePoke.com
ClassyVapor.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

NamePros

EMH.net
WEQY.com
BikiniDeals.com
YEMH.com
0C1.com

TheSolarCar.com
Lookrama.com
Kmiv.com
PrettyKorean.com
BodyBoy.com

PayInstant.org
CorporateInsurance.org
DollarsEarth.com
BuyMaxi.com
Homely.pro
OnlineInvestments.info
BtcSpiral.com
TexasHoldem.top
CryptoGamist.com
CryptoVapour.com

Godaddy Value BIN

Godaddy Value BIN

Available Names

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4 comments

  1. Tony

    I’m a sports fan so prefer Youtube TV over Netflix or Amazon Prime or traditional cable. $40/mo gets me all the ESPN channels, TNT, TBS, plus my local sports teams. You get to share it with 5 other accounts and 3 can stream simultaneously.

    I like DigitalOptions.com better than MediaOptions.com and definitely over ABCDEFG.com.

  2. Mike Sallese

    Josh,

    Totally with you on what you say in BlockSeekers- blockchain is still at the very beginning- crypto is morphing a bit but blockchain technology is a fundamental shift that will take years to play out.

    Mike

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