IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Tuesday, February 19th

Feb 19 2019

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I had a decent day selling names wholesale on Dropcatch. I sold 39  names that were expiring for a total of about $2500. I probably would have renewed about half of them, but they were names that I didn’t mind cycling through.

While I’m happy with the outcome, I wonder how much they would have sold for had they been on par with Godaddy Expired inventory or DropCatch caught  caught auctions. There’s defiantly a drawback to the label of private seller, like the inventory isn’t as fresh or something.

If I tried auctioning low end names at Godaddy, I’d be up against the valuation, a different starting price, a minimum commission payout, and not showing up in the expired data feed.

Which brings me back to my idea for Godaddy: Let my opt my inventory into the expired auctions when they expire. My names would be equal to their inventory, I wouldn’t be able to take them back but would have to let them go through the process. There would be no reserve and it would look just like any other expired name. I would then get the profit minus whatever commission is normal. As it stands I can’t even opt into a Godaddy auction if it’s too close to expiration.

Godaddy wouldn’t lose expired inventory because I would have to opt in the names. Every domainer would move names to Godaddy and the quality of the daily auctions would increase.  They wouldn’t lose any of the high end stuff, assuming it’s not domainer owned or at least not a domainer that’s paying attention anyway.

For example there’s a few 4N’s on this weeks auction list. That’s 10K’s of $ of straight profit for Godaddy. The owner, domainer or not, wouldn’t have opted in to this concept because they’re already letting their valuable domains go down the Godaddy drain. However someone that owns a 4n might let it go through the process instead of auctioning on NameJet or somewhere else.

Maybe there’s a better way, but I just want a way to auction names that gets equal consideration and exposure as the rest of the registrar owned inventory. And yes I will continue to write about this from time to time, despite it being a unicorn.

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Main List

The No Bid List

AiSector.com  Generic, but not bad if you’re making a site about the whole space

AthleticPerform.com a product or service to help athletes do better

BlockBlueprint.com

BotScam.com  Those damn bot’s that call your phone and spoof local numbers

ChronicForce.com  relating to time or Ganja

CitiRunner.com  a blog about running, or maybe an app.

ConsiderEverything.com  A consulting group that takes an overview look at all the facts. Sometimes you can become myopic or fixated in your own business and lose site of the big picture

DangerousInfo.com  Makes me think of books or people destroying books or discouraging reading because they’re afraid of ideas.

DoConference.com An app or service that helps you organize a conference

DragonSign.com

EveryCrew.com Crew was one of the most registered keywords in the past year, according to verisign.

FoxBull.com  A huge fox with horns

GymProfessionals.com  Find a personal trainer

HealthPerform.com  improve your health

iHateHouseWork.com  A marketing name for a maid service.

iKnowWhatILike.com  get what you want

iNeedHand.com  A help site

KindConsultant.com

LendMyRide.com  A service to find a car to borrow. Not sure how well the concept would work

LivePublication.com real time publishing

MeantForLove.com

MeCowboy.com  Become a cowboy

MenChange.com  It’s possible

MikeySmith.com  There has to be a million people named Mike Smith, I know several myself.  Half of them go by Mikey

NinjaForever.com

NoMend.com Something that you never have to fix

NowStandup.com  A call to action name for something

OpinionAndTruth.com  Contrast opinions and truth

PickScore.com  A sports betting site

PodHash.com

RestorationQuote.com  A marketing name for a free quote to get something restored. They always say “free quote” like someone would actually pay for a quote.

SeniorPerson.com  the older population

SomeTrend.com

SoMuchSaving.com

SoundRule.com  A good rule or a Control the noise

SouthGourmet.com  high end grits and whatever else they eat down there

SushiCake.com Tired of the same old cake full of sugar? Try one made out of raw fish

TalkBug.com

TheHoldem.com

ThoughtfulLove.com  Gift ideas that are thoughtful, maybe customizable

TotallyWin.com Victory without question

VividLabs.com  Makes bright and colorful things

WillComeForYou.com

YouNeedThisDomain.com  Probably don’t need this one, but it could be a good email for a broker.

YourHumanity.com reflect on yourself

YouWillGetIn.com  Maybe a service that helps you get into college

More Names With No Bids

Names With Bids

WeedMagazine.com

LandLording.com

LovePay.com

GoldenGateway.com

LocalParts.com

Amuri.com

AquaHome.com

SugarClub.com

IcePlus.com

YourNest.com

RouletteLive.com

LetsGetNaked.com

CompleteWell.com

LazyTruth.com

ColorRight.com

FixAndRepair.com

AboutDeal.com

FastBay.com

Gidoo.com

BetterWorlds.com

CitizenPass.com

ComedyGirl.com

Twipper.com

PlayerKing.com

MiniDone.com

AffiliateClick.com

Safsa.com

Slyoga.com

HolyHunger.com

OurLease.com

FacultyForce.com

CompleteHedge.com

ColonWell.com

MatrixMachine.com

EverDome.com

AllTuff.com

WingsOfAngels.com

RestorationRepair.com

FastTreatment.com

ApeZoo.com

VerifyCustomer.com

Garico.com

JungleShop.com

ConnectCloud.com

More Names With No Bids

Namejet

SmartMining.com

LegacyLab.com

PoEx.com

mrdoc.com

MultiComplex.com

HeartLung.com

identists.com

SecurityMark.com

CashBall.com

ControlFire.com

SoftSun.com

AirRush.com

PiratePatrol.com

FreeOnly.com

HealthSuccess.com

MindAttack.com

MediaRepair.com

MindBattle.com

MaxEmployment.com

AlterLives.com

DayMotion.com

Flippa/SEDO

Your LLLL.coms of The Day

shwa.com
Wewx.com
vbqh.com
yexh.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

homr.org

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

Brandables

arriage.com
bullsey.com
cudah.com
distonic.com
ecurs.com
flyzon.com
fruxion.com
jinob.com
nekal.com
oggzy.com
phovet.com
planitos.com
sellola.com
sophistos.com
vextr.com
vospel.com

Some Numbers

48483.com
54863.com
931818.com
050209.com
104456.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Karaoke.org
Rampaging.org
Volunteered.org
Tipped.org
Clauses.org
Erase.cc
Mumsy.net

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

BudForward.com
ExtraVegan.com
HashPartners.com
MarijuanaStart.com
PuffBetter.com
SunnyVape.com
SureWeed.com
VaporProtocol.com
VeganStudy.com
VeganTray.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

NamePros

DrillingPump.com
LYJI.com
OGED.com
WRKG.com
Yumfoo.com

OnlineScore.net 
Kenny.tv
iBqv.com
Lara.tv
XGUG.com

UFM.io
Mp3-Music.com
MRY.info
Electromotor.net
Lyk.info
Thurs.de
Alemonger.com
Logominator.com
CoinyBot.com
MyLsa.online

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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I grew a beard while I was on vacation. I had to shave it off to go back to work.

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1 comment

  1. Jason Sheppard

    Ok, now it makes sense. Yesterday was the first day I really noticed anything I liked on DropCatch from the private seller side. My partner and I picked up 7 of your cast offs. Good stuff – we felt we were getting better quality names cheaper than we would have at GoDaddy. But we only do the expired auctions at GoDaddy, so we wouldn’t have seen them if you listed them there. Which is why I like your idea about GoDaddy letting us put names in with the expired auctions. I have the same thought every time I’m deciding on whether to drop a name.

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