Trav’s List of Domains at Auction for Monday May 6th, 2019

May 06 2019

Escrow.com

It’s a good thing that I enjoy looking at and working with domains, because it can be a major time suck.  Between scanning lists, submitting names to marketplaces, entering purchase, drop and sale information, etc… it can disappear an afternoon in no time.  Like everyone starting out, I used to use a spreadsheet to track my domain purchases, sales, drops, etc…  It quickly became obvious that was going to be a nuisance so I wrote my own domain tracking software 5 years ago, and that has been a huge help.  I was on my way to building my own marketplace as well, but I decided to give Efty a try first.  I must say that I really like it so far.  I’m taking a methodical approach and moving sections of my portfolio over at a time.  One of my favorite features is the integration with Google Analytics.  With this info, I’m able to see which domains are getting direct type in visits.  I give the top-visited list to my wife, and she designs a logo for them so that I can include that on the lander and marketplace.  In this way, you can build a nice-looking marketplace on Efty.  I’m moving slowly, but I’ve got a nice process in place now so that I can speed things up.  I’m still using my own software to track price and sales data, but I can export what I want to Efty to host the marketplace.  I hope it works out well – I’ll let you know sometime in the future.

Namejet, Sedo, and other Names Up for Auction

StockHawk.com  cool financial name – at $800 currently

KaraokeParty.com  at $1,300 but hasn’t met reserve yet

itali.net  I’m sure it’s spelled this way somewhere

DomainRow.com  not bad for a marketplace name at Efty

jiz.com  is there ever a chance this could be used for something other than an adult industry domain?

coni.com  I guess it is the shortest way to spell the name Connie, but I’m not sure how many people do

FitEnvy.com  not a bad fitness name

zollywood.com  I have several of these replace the first letter with a z names – this is a good one, and it has met reserve at $999

DamageRepair.com  auto, home, reputation – nice one

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids

uhren.com  I had no idea why the high price and high valuation until I looked it up. Watch (timepiece) in German. Very nice name.

rd5.com  a couple of 3C’s

a64.com

dpnd.com  a few 4L’s – good letters on the first two

aabe.com

hqoo.com

CinemaNow.com  a 1999 name, and the bidding has already shot way past the GD valuation

SellingCars.com  an ing and a plural – it’s ok I guess

promot.com  a 1996 brandable type name for promote

TheMiddle.com  here is the middle and the bottom when everyone wants the top – with regards to domains that is…

TheBottom.com

BitGit.com  nice crypto rhymer

folki.com  pay attention to how often politicians say the word folks – it’s transparent and very annoying

solucom.com  sounds like a company because it is or was – multiple companies in multiple parts of the world actually

WealthBound.com  sounds like a fund

gnesh.com  I think we all see Ganesh here

DigitalMadness.com  I’m not sure it has much value, but there are 7 bidders

ResumeSolutions.com  very nice name for a resume writing service

TheMatter.com  one of those rare names that would be more valuable with whats in front of it

PeakAdvisors.com  peak is nice, advisors is a nuisance because of advisers

YesGirls.com  my mind went straight to hmm… this one doesn’t seem appropriate, but there is an interesting marriage proposal planner business set up on TheYesGirls.com. That is a totally different take

LightSquare.com  what a cool name – love it

BridePride.com  nice rhyme, but it doesn’t sound like a good bridal name to me

TurfTamers.com  landscaping

TaxFit.com  taxfit.org may want it

SouthernConcepts.com  interior design

Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids

TurfBox.com  a subscription service where you receive a box of grass every month

jennyh.com  several million potential buyers of this name

TotalExperts.com  totally

MindRefresh.com  spa, travel, app, product

FreedomHosting.com  great name if you want to build a hosting company or affiliate hosting business – I don’t think I would buy it to resell it though

TestGold.com  tutoring, training, cheating

EducateToday.com  teaching resource or online publication

iRims.com  here is a business opportunity for you. buy this name. build a good site dedicated to rims, wheels and tires. search google for rims affiliate program. join programs. earn.

UnicornCredit.com  when getting credit elsewhere is a fantasy

ToKona.com  one place I am seriously considering moving to

YogiCentral.com  the place to acquire all of your yoga essentials

NoBroz.com  girls club

Create1.com  not usually a fan of numbers in names like this, but I like it for a design firm

Lipography.com  the unintended ommission of a letter or symbol in writing – never heard that word before

MetroFocus.com  local news, arts, culture

HonestTree.com  sounds like a vegan brand

EliteVegan.com  so does this

MineWealth.com  crypto mining

SeriousGold.com  gold names are pretty popular

OptimizeGold.com

YouEwe.com  haha

TheSeattle.com  TheDenver.com sold for $100 on Flippa a few days ago – no reason this wouldn’t do the same

Radioscopic.com  a publication for radiologists

Scripturalism.com  literal adherence to a body of scripture

DiversityInfo.com  diversity is a big topic

DefenseMedia.com  the alternate spelling issue isn’t as bad if you own both of them

DefenceMedia.com

PestTX.com  pest control in Texas

MarcoRossi.com  there’s a professional hockey player that might really want this domain

HappyYappy.com  a couple of decent pet brands

HappierPet.com

PureConcrete.com  there are a few companies already using this name

BrentEnergy.com  good oil / oil services company name – there is a company website on brentenergy.ca already

Brandable Domains

nutriyou.com

bydget.com

talkur.com

magnificient.com

sleaky.com

invergy.com

tuneys.com

luvulu.com

HypnoSonic.com

pidip.com

defyy.com

avenzi.com

lesbiani.com

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