IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Tuesday, September 4th

Sep 04 2018

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I hope everyone had a nice labor day. I was going to say if you celebrate it, but who really celebrates labor day. I suppose at some point people took a moment to remember people that work? In my mind it basically  just marks the end of summer. But, so as not to offend any workers or Labor day enthusiasts, let’s all take a moment to reflect on people that go to work.

(4-3-2) Ok, that makes me feel better.

I spent the first half of my labor day doing nothing but reading a book. It was 92 degrees outside with 100% humidity. Later I caught some bait, and then took the boat out on the river. I had a good night, at one point I had 4 flatheads hooked at the same time landed all 4. Luckily I ran out of bait so I was able to come in and get this list done. 🙂

I was hesitant to take the boat out on the end of summer holiday. If you remember, my boat breakdown story took place on Memorial Day. It would have been ironic to breakdown on both summer holidays, but luckily I made it back.

 

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Main List

The No Bid List

AdorableMonkey.com  No one will ever use this lovable animal in their brand again for fear of being labeled a racist.

BrandGang.com  A group of branding experts ready to help you grow your business

CallJake.com  A name for anyone named Jake that runs a service business,

CellDetective.com  phone forensics

ChildHypnosis.com  Hypnotize your child into doing their chores and listening

ChoosePerfect.com  If I had a choice I’d want to choose the perfect option

ClubOcean.com

ConnectingBlock.com

CultureGourmet.com  Fancy pants food

DadTest.com  Test your dad on something, or a paternity test

DefenceSquad.com

DoneFirst.com  You’re the priority, we get your stuff done first

EnergyLord.com

FarBetterWorld.com

FishDude.com  this guy knows a lot about fish, or a half fish half man hybrid

GenealogyGenius.com

GotBlocks.com  A Crypto name

JourneyOfSelf.com  Your own journey

LeadDetox.com  like eating paint chips? Maybe you should consider a lead detox

LookDumb.com  When you don’t want to answer a question, just look dumb, they’ll ask someone else

MooseNinja.com  No idea what this brand is for, but it makes a bad ass visual. Moose are huge

NotYetOver.com  Still going

OriginalPlays.com  Brand new plays

OutLuck.com

PaperBattle.com  battle strategy on paper only

PromoToolkit.com  Everything you need for promotion in one box

PushLuck.com  You’re pushing your luck

SpillLess.com A bottle or container with some new technology so you don’t spill as much

SwiftMission.com

TalkStrategies.com

UglyYou.com

UpFunny.com

ViewEurope.com  Why go to Europe when you can just look at it on this site

WeAllFit.com

WhatDoesThisMean.com

WillLocate.com  A service that finds whatever you lost

YouCanAndYouWill.com  A motivational name

More Names With No Bids

Names With Bids

SweetiePie.com

WeedWeed.com

CorporateCoffee.com

BestTalent.com

CbdKit.com

SmarterPayment.com

SpeakGeek.com

Vallure.com

UsDiving.com

TheLongHaul.com

GotoCrypto.com

CrowdTravel.com

FlowCheck.com

CryptoDark.com

MoCrypto.com

DealerForce.com

storified.com

MauiEstate.com

FundedMortgage.com

CryptoScholar.com

Flowel.com

Swipefy.com

DoubleYourProfit.com

CrypticInk.com

More Names With No Bids

Namejet

Bullz.com

RecruitPlanet.com

DogSong.com

DriveAlert.com

LiftMyTruck.com

DoRealty.com

WorkBoys.com

PicThing.com

LoanCoverage.com

mloo.com

Flippa/SEDO

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Your LLLL.coms of The Day

xtko.com
vdjt.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

zitf.net
xqss.co
LnTo.net
sthm.net
ztbn.net
Aims.info

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

Brandables

zuraa.com
weetio.com

MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE

Some Numbers

22541.com
965166.com
909198.com
545499.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Iotas.org
Bonds.me
Investigators.cc
Zetas.org
Evangelist.cc

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

Snap Names/DropCatch

NamePros

NNYI.com
MQCU.com
YIKD.com
PurchaseHats.com
11.gl

MoneyCycling.com
TrulyGreat.com
ColdProperty.com
24B7.com
Evapora.com

311606.com
Off-Chain.com
Voiceid.info
Cop.biz
Circles.pro
GamblingLive.xyz
Mobiles.agency
BlockChainCouncil.org
Bitcoins.re

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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7 comments


    1. Post author
      Josh E

      I wrote about this a few months ago, maybe last year I can’t remember. I contrasted name categories like Drone, Vr, or Vegan with something like Crypto. While crypto has slowed down, for me anyway, I still sell them. I sold a coin + keyword name on brandbucket this week.

      The Niche needs to be evaluated by the amount of potential end users, not rampant investor speculation. The Drone or Vegan names are handicapped by their potential for end users. Prices run rampant with investor speculation, and you could make money flipping the name to other investors, but in the end there are only so many companies that might use these. They are very specific genres.
      – Now something like a crypto names currently has a lot of end users. Sure they might all fail, but that’s not the domain sellers problem. As long as there are new ideas and ico’s in the space, names will be needed. It’s also a significantly broader subject, for example blockchain, token, crypto names can cross apply to any industry.

      A drone name is a drone name, further limited by companies branding with open vessels and not keywords.

      1. Mace

        Thanks for your reply, Josh.
        Yes, I agree, a drone name is a drone name, with limited end users.
        I only have one drone name, DartDrone.com, and it gets lots of traffic because of DartDrones.com (as seen on Shark Tank). But still no offers.
        Now, on the other hand, I’ve sold several crypto-related names, the most recent being GenesisCrypto.com and CryptoPay.club.
        Crypto seems to be the “hot” category at the moment.


  1. Post author
    Josh E

    Mace, If you’re getting traffic because the singular is already a product you’re more likely to get a UDRP or a trademark complaint before you get an offer. If the domain is parked and showing ads for the established product the domain is living on borrowed time. In fact the odds of selling that name are very low, with the only potential buyer being the owner of the singular. No other company is going to buy a name that’s the plural of an established brand.

    And Crypto is “hot” but the distinction between it and other previously “hot” niches is that actual companies are buying and using them as opposed to domainers trading them back and forth. Cannabis is another category with increased end user sales compared to domainer speculation alone. But even Cannabic doesn’t really compare to crypto, because we’re talking about a technology revolution that can transcend every niche, industry and market. With that said, it doesn’t mean it couldn’t collapse and be usurped by something different tomorrow.

  2. Mace

    Yep, sold about 10 cannabis-related names since 2015.
    You are probably correct about my DartDrone.com having an impending death sentence, but when I reg’d it I didn’t know about DartDrones.com.
    Just thought it would be neat for a drone that shot darts … Nerf foam darts, tranquilizers darts, etc. Anyway, I have it priced much less than the filing fee for a UDRP ($888) 🙂 Oh well.
    Josh, I always appreciate your experienced insight.


    1. Post author
      Josh E

      Mace, that’s what I would do, place the BIN and forget about it. If it sells it sells. You only have to be right a small percentage of the time when it comes to domains, but that percentage of being right needs to cover the vastly greater percentage that you’re wrong. No problem, don’t hesitate to ask anything. So long as it isn’t something that’s been covered thousands of times like “where should I list my domain” lol

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