IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Tuesday, January 15th

Escrow.com

I watched the latest DomainSherpa while I was going through today’s list.  It was longer than normal, but I appreciated the extra content. I know a lot of shows try and stick to a time frame, with the thinking being that too much and people will lose interest. I don’t think this is the case anymore, it’s not for me anyway. I don’t think this has to do with people not being able to pay attention for long periods of time,  but more so that people are now conditioned to do numerous things at the same time.  Just like Cyger running while listening, and myself doing the lists, people just don’t sit and do one thing at a time anymore.

Ever watch a room full of people try and watch something on TV, or have a meal together? For the most part they’ve adapted to multitasking, for better or worse. It’s watered down comprehension and retention, but I still think there’s value to it. Radio is still alive because of the concept and podcasts are popular. While there’s more and more video streaming options I prefer to listen while I do other things. We probably lose some level of productivity on each task, but I think we’ve trained ourselves to tune in and out, depending on what’s being communicated, or what our interest level is and any given time or subject.

I don’t think I’ve watched TV just to watch TV in years, I’m always doing something else. I guess that’s a good thing. I think that’s why I like going to the movies, it’s one of the only times where I focus on the film and treat it as a full viewing experience rather than background noise.

I know I miss out on all kinds of things by not watching with an undivided attention. Sometimes I go back and watch the Sherpa shows without doing anything else. There’s a ton of communication and understanding that isn’t verbal. Facial expressions and body language can give us all kinds of information and depth to what’s being said.

The point to all of this, and I think it’s a good one, is that being cognizant of these concepts is important. For example if I’m having trouble with a concept or need to learn something important, I need to shift my approach to certain material and be more deliberate in how I receive it.  If I’m having trouble with some aspect of the domain industry I need to change my approach from passively hearing information to actively listening to the information.

I see this all the time at work, whether it’s precepting students or  watching someone study for an upcoming test to a certification class. They think they’re studying by putting time in, but with no discernible attempt to focus on the material or reduce distractions.  I think simply pausing and deliberately thinking about what they’re doing and what their goal is would help them learn better. Sometimes just being aware of the situation is the only boost that’s needed.

Worst domain of the day with bids: SimplyWorkScore.com It seems like over half of the Godaddy names with bids on any given day, are the ones with backlinks profiles. This domains is currently at $338, there’s 277K backlinks but only 65 referring C-block ip’s. That’s not a good ratio. There’s also no listed Godaddy traffic number. That means that bots don’t even visit this domain. I can’t believe that people are still paying this much for domains  just based off of the backlinks. What are they doing with them? What am I missing? Are blog networks working again, has there been some spike in parking revenue from spammy traffic?

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Main List

The No Bid List

AllBrave.com a site that only talks about brave people

BackYou.com  I got your back, don’t worry

BoneDonkey.com  No idea, but Bone Donkey sounds like an IPA

BtcTracking.com

CandyFund.com  fast track to diabetes

DevelopSolar.com  the concept that takes solar to the next level of efficiency

DigitalVallet.com  It’s a help service for all things digital

DoCorrect.com  Don’t do things the wrong way

DoNursing.com  A call to action nurse hiring name

EasiestWork.com  Want an easy job? This is the easiest

FindEnjoyment.com  Hopefully you’ll be able to find enjoyment doing the easiest work

FindImmediately.com  no more long hours of searching

GotOriginal.com  Makes me think of a site for something that has a lot of fakes, with limited originals

GunStat.com  A info site on guns

HouseMiracle.com

IllRiseUp.com  Your own personal prophetic proclamation of future success

ImpactDiet.com  sounds like a hard hitting effective diet

IncredibleBroker.com  Who doesn’t want to be an incredible broker?

IntoUnknown.com  Into the unknown, a site about adventure or maybe death. Take the “the” out for a shorter domain

LedgerCrowd.com  Crowd sourced blockchain

LittleAthlete.com  sports and kids, very popular

LoveEverytime.com  The brand for something that never gets old

MagicShit.com  Maybe it glows, talks to you, or gets up and walks away?

MightyScrub.com  The cleanser with power

NeedHere.com  This is where we need it, right here

OnlineMoment.com  A site like archive.org, it tracks online moments

ProsperHigh.com  Get high and do work

RecordOfHealth.com  an app that tracks your health records. This would be great in the event something happens to you and need medical help.  Do you know how many people don’t remember all their medical history or the medications they take. Also would work well if you’re unconscious

RenewNotice.com  Those pesky emails that come, reminding you to renew your domains

RespectableMe.com  If you need a domain to tell everyone how respectable you are you’re probably doing it wrong

SilentDesire.com  those things you really want, but you can’t or shouldn’t talk about it

SmartAssignment.com  It’s not just busy work, it’s something that needs to be done the right way

SoYouShould.com  An indecision helping site, should I or shouldn’t I do that?

SpaceTactical.com  Tactical gear for the Space Force, probably light sabers and blasters

SpecialtyContent.com

SureSteady.com  Nice brand I like it

TakeItForYou.com  Have trouble taking tests? These guys will take it for you

ThinkingItOver.com  When you’re not sure what to do, this site helps you objectively weigh the pros and cons

UniversalAward.com  An award for anybody or anyone, no idea what it’s for, probably for nothing, if you feel like you need to give someone an award but have no reason, give then the universal award

UniverseWallet.com  The wallet that lets you hold every token in the universe

VaultFirm.com  The company that’s all about vaults

WorldProsper.com  World wide growth and profit

ZBrew.com  Brew with a Z

More Names With No Bids

Names With Bids

EzBet.com

ScribeFire.com

MySupplements.com

LovelySmile.com

StoneMedia.com

icoCrypto.com

PaceMedia.com

AppWrap.com

PerfectPlacement.com

PinkKiss.com

NeedStaff.com

TourBuilder.com

StylePolice.com

BestFarmer.com

WashWizard.com

SecureChild.com

AddaCard.com

JunkBay.com

RareMind.com

StreetSpark.com

Thronged.com

ProMud.com

instos.com

Storyism.com

YSide.com

UltraElegant.com

Olixa.com

LateralPass.com

SolarRecharge.com

RapidFruit.com

LeadDoc.com

Depons.com

Pinkst.com

SleepYou.com

MojoLove.com

Heati.com

PalWow.com

FreeHealing.com

CanFan.com

ComRegister.com

More Names With No Bids

Namejet

pss.co
tpd.co
tohe.com
ecashcard.com
Balona.com
xfunction.com
SlideControl.com
NetworkPipe.com
CountyExpress.com
WealthAndJoy.com
PressBuilder.com
Satelita.com
vetrepreneur.com
WorkforceCentral.com
opisso.com
Tarring.com
WillServe.com
SmartRubber.com

Flippa/SEDO

Your LLLL.coms of The Day

yyka.com
xbrt.com
hkee.com
qhsa.com
ipcy.com
zogf.com
vssh.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

seie.org
cbvi.org
fcce.org

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

Opi.cc
wup.biz
ki6.com

Brandables

corebas.com
eagea.com
finasio.com
gigango.com
Hackitty.com
kymor.com
Lendereum.com
poorish.com
skynia.com
solezy.com
tetonix.com
vigevo.com
vordio.com
wokzo.com
zivano.com

Some Numbers

224678.com
8888673.com
8888672.com
8888671.com
826691.com
8888670.com
007.mobi

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Voyages.cc
Bump.info
Specs.tv
Drunk.biz
Resuscitate.org
Repent.me
Professed.org

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

MeanHash.com
MuchHigh.com
ServeCannabis.com
StrainHub.com
WeedCrisp.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

NamePros

EasyTattooing.com
Trousering.com
Zuha.com
Vesp.com
Umyc.com

Decentralizations.com
Botxy.com
LJCC.net
ZOKQ.com
CannabisMongers.com

NextCredits.com
Collapse.info
LondonGoodies.com
Barnie.org 
2MAM.com
Mfu.io
Entrepreneurs.cash
OxfordBoats.com
GoActo.com
Embossa.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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9 Replies to “IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Tuesday, January 15th”

  1. Great points. You and I have been doing the list long enough to know that people are generally lazy and lemmings. One, they see traffic or backlinks listed by Godaddy and take them as real or exact. They see other bidders and assume that they must have done their homework so they will tag on. At the nursery I did this test. Everyone seemed to want the trees that had sold on them even though I had 20 more. They would always say “can I have that one”. Even though it clearly had a sold name. So I put a few sold tags and pink ribbons on trees that said John Handsome. But I tagged what I thought was the worst tree. Yup. They still wanted that one.

    Domain investing is 30% making money and 70% not spending it on bad names. But that requires homework, knowledge, experience, and time. Many don’t have all or any.

    1. Now that is a funny test. Couple possible lessons there: 1. People think it’s the best because they are lazy and have decided that someone already put in the work to figure out that is the best tree. 2. People want what they can’t have.

  2. “Domain investing is 30% making money and 70% not spending it on bad names.”
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    Ha. I’ve never thought about it like that before, but it’s 100% true. You need to find any reason to say no to buying domain names today…you need to hunt for the really good ones, because there are so many names for sale every day. It’s only through this type of critical thinking about the reasons you might say no that you end up with great names.
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    Nice post today, Josh.

  3. I also watched the latest DomainSherpa episode, and I enjoyed it as usual. While I agree that a long show is not a negative thing per se, some episodes could have been half as long without losing any value.

    Maybe it’s a cultural thing (I’m not American), but some people really love to talk and will repeat their answer several times and just keep talking. Kudos to Shane for being one of the better ones to keep it short and to the point.

    Apart from that, I love the show!

  4. Tomas.
    Thank you for the compliment. You hit on one of the great things about Michael Cyger. A host controls the flow of the show. Tess is learning and will get better with time. Cyber is a fantastic host and I’ve been on over 1000 tv shows and he’s one of the best I’ve worked with.

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