IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Tuesday, November 20th

Nov 20 2018

Escrow.com

People often ask me about my sell through rate. Sometimes when they do I mentally plan to figure it out, but then I start trying to figure it out and give up. I stop mainly because it’s a pain in the ass for me to do, and I feel like I could use the time doing something to improve whatever that rate actually is rather than figure it out.

In reality, it’s a hard number to pin down, because it’s a dynamic environment. The number of domains I own fluctuates daily, based on the amount of time I spend searching, money allocated to new domains, renewals and if I auctioned off any expiring names wholesale. The bottom line is that if I don’t sell domains I don’t buy as many, I renew less and auction more.

I don’t think there’s a right formula. Every domain sold to an end user is based on timing more than anything else. There’s no magic number to shoot for or percentage of sales that’s acceptable. You need to have confidence in your names that someone or some company will eventually want them. You should re-evaluate this confidence level at least every year before you renew the domain.

I know that I can sell a bunch of names wholesale if I choose and have a really high sell through rate. I know that I can price my domains from $300 to $999 and sell more domains than if they’re priced $2K-$5K.   There is no right answer to this, it’s different for every style and can change at anytime.

I’ll repeat this point again: You have to have confidence in your domain.  Not the obnoxious confidence that says it’s the best domain in the world, but confidence that it has a reasonable chance of selling at some point to an end-user because its the kind of name that an end-user wants.

If you think your names are awesome but then try really hard to hustle them to other domainers you don’t  have confidence in them.  Don’t get me wrong there’s nothing wrong with cash flow, wholesaling  and moving inventory, but it shouldn’t be your end game.

So maybe ill still try and figure out some ballpark sell through number for a specified period of time. I’m sure there’s value to the data, but it gives me chest pain trying to organize that by myself. Maybe I’ll hire some sort of organizational specialist and have them do it. Play to your strengths, I gave up trying to stay super organized years ago, because I suck at it. Should I learn anyway? Probably.

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GEOFIN.COM
HEADBLEND.COM
LENDCUBE.COM
MY-CLOUD.COM
SAMEDAYSURGERY.COM
SUSHIDIRECT.COM
FxOptions.net
PersonalBrand.net

Main List

The No Bid List

AllCelebration.com  party supplies, greeting cards, things like that

AntiCivil.com  against being nice

BiggestMountain.com

BlockFunction.com  A blockchain name

BlockGator.com  A blockchain reptile

CloserToDeath.com  every day

CloudSpreadsheet.com  it’s a thing, but it’s already been done by several different apps and service

CoalitionArmy.com a group of countries allied together

ConnectPopular.com

Constructious.com

CrossTrained.com  Able to do several jobs depending on the need

CryptoAlerting.com  Get an alert when your crypto is crashing, or when it crashes more

DangerLabel.com  Like those poison stickers, a whole selection of labels for every dangerous situation

DefeatingDeath.com

DirtyBear.com  sounds like an ipa

DotTrades.com  A platform to trade your domains

EverWithUs.com

FailingHard.com  If you’re gonna fail do it right

FreeToExpress.com  A freedom of speech name

GuideMoney.com A budgeting help service

HahaGotYou.com  Prank site

HonestSurvey.com survey’s and poles with no agenda

InPortrait.com

IntenseLook.com

LifeAmusement.com

LiveYourPast.com  Makes me think of a family history or reenactment name, or a combination of the two. There you go, the concept is to find out how your ancestors lived at different time periods, then live like they did for the weekend in a larger setting with other people doing the same thing.

MakeUsBelieve.com  a ufo site or similar concept for things that are hard to believe

MenModification.com

MethodTrade.com  There’s like 25 people selling their own trading method on youtube

MineralPack.com electrolyte pack

MonsterLook.com

MusicalPortrait.com  An arrangement of instruments that paints a picture through sound

MyPainYourGain.com

NeedRefill.com  lot’s of things need refilled

OptimalBit.com

OverTaxes.com  pay too much or “i’m over taxes, not paying anymore”

PeopleHurt.com  a healing site

PracticalPath.com

PracticeAndLearn.com The best way to learn something is to do it

RegularCoin.com

RightSetting.com  the wrong setting doesn’t work

SmallHash.com

SurvivorJournal.com  sounds like a book in journal format about someone that survived in the wilderness against all odds

SyntheticBacon.com  Made out of crude oil but tastes delicious

TasteOfChoice.com  A prepackaged food brand

TraceFraud.com  A service that digitally tracks fraud to its origin

TryingOurBest.com  We might suck, but you are trying our best

ValidDecision.com

WillYouShutUp.com  Seriously dude, will you shut up?

YouthReporters.com  kids writing articles

More Names With No Bids

Names With Bids

7y.cc

SuperFish.com

MarijuanaSupply.com

DirectoryListings.com

UltraSecure.com

BetterHost.com

YourPictures.com

66st.com

AnimatedDesigns.com

HomePurchaser.com

z998.com

GetDress.com

letox.com

EuphoriaWellness.com

DaZero.com

Boomlet.com

yforce.com

GuideFood.com

CryptoTabs.com

infinital.com

AltSea.com

ServeRed.com

LamaIca.com

GreatHomeDesign.com

pergatory.com

DreamTraveller.com

Yachted.com

More Names With No Bids

Namejet

Magnas.com

Bellia.com

BuildProject.com

FastTools.com

MobileForex.com

ThePopular.com

ElectionYear.com

Pecking.com

MoveableWall.com

ialternative.com

TrackWire.com

Flippa/SEDO

Your LLLL.coms of The Day

Fens.com
emxe.com
opyp.com
xvoc.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

eysl.org
opet.net

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

rx1.org
irl.tv

Brandables

Aldoto.com
Auctoria.com
Chiccory.com
Ciqqa.com
Cyaman.com
Ezzar.com
Furzie.com
Lunade.com
Musodi.com
Ostiga.com
Playolo.com
Priesta.com
Reccio.com
Roshing.com
Slackism.com
Snackla.com
Snapick.com
Spoonzie.com
Suponer.com
Suritha.com
Tourzies.com
Vezbo.com
vixoi.com
Wastero.com
Clauncher.com

Some Numbers

1818.net
64959.com
234011.com
440067.com
477888.net
004002.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Weathers.org
Hobos.us
Techs.cc
Backtrack.cc
Rumbled.org
Whenever.me
Deadliest.org
Overpriced.org
Lemony.org
Unbuild.org
Hippia.net

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

HashShow.com
Mjoint.com
VeganEdge.com
WeedTask.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

NamePros

AsiaMarijuana.com
LoanDebit.com
SmartSpeaker.com
Wkii.com
EXUJ.com

ModernCoffeeBar.com
Hybbi.com
RAPUG.com
HeroDegree.com
AlphaReward.com

Vlore.org
UcBrowser.com
DeelName.com
HAE.me
PcSoft.co
iJetFlights.com
TodayShopp.com
Crypify.com
BlockChainz.org
CryptoRetailers.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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I grew a beard while I was on vacation. I had to shave it off to go back to work.

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