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Travs List of Domains at Auction for Sunday August 18th, 2019

My main focus over the past couple of years has been on buying domains with the intention of listing them on the various brandable platforms. I know that many of you take issue with the commission structure at these marketplaces, and that is fair. 25% to 35% is high compared to selling via other avenues. But there are many positives to listing your names on these marketplaces, and if you are relatively new to this domaining thing, I highly recommend you sign up and start submitting your brandable names. It forces you to accept feedback from people who have some experience figuring out whether or not there are many companies out there who are likely to want your domain in the future – which should be the main reason you would invest in a domain in the first place. Personally, I’ve really upped my game since shifting my focus to these types of names. I’ve included a nice list of brandable type names with one or no bids below that I feel would be accepted at at least one of the marketplaces. I would and may buy any of them, but I’ll give you guys first dibs.

Other Names Up for Auction decent three word travel name with a reasonable reserve – depending on which side of the reserve range it is. cool sounding brand for a company in the visual / design space. It could be yours for $79 – no bids. John Lennon song decent chiropractor name everything gold is good – even worms

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bids highest valuation on the board it pays to trick kids with a Santa site cool brand name it’s nice when they don’t mow down every tree in sight not your typical design name – actually a little generic when used for actual robotics design I’m not going to check, but I’ll bet every letter+the word city is taken very nice lead brand – 360 is a number where you know people will use the numerics when they type it out I’m not a fan of the way most of these The names sound, but they certainly sell well a facility or a product very nice short, memorable and relevant gambling name I like design, lab, and studio names, but the problem is the singular is used as much as the plural GD valuation near $5k, but what will it be used for? this works for crypto or old school coins pretty generic, but it works good one for real estate fabulous tablet related products or software this is one that sounds fantastic because of the keywords but then you start to wonder who will do something with it lots of potential buyers for this one any kind of space this one is interesting because of the GD valuation of almost $5k. It doesn’t seem like either keyword would push the valuation that high, and they are even weirder together. was sold in the past (for $100) so maybe there is heavy weighting in their tool for previous sales of other extensions. the wrong spelling of Stephen in this case but that is a pretty strong alternate spelling name Shane spends a lot of time in them cute brandable for a financial planner or something like that great name for a small venue concert place crypto analytics

Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids yep, nuts recycling geo travel name crypto charity military / security brand


If you follow this these types of names, there are some nice ones in here.

Other Names with more than 1 bid

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5 Replies to “Travs List of Domains at Auction for Sunday August 18th, 2019”

    1. Squad Help is the marketplace that I have the least experience with so far. I’ve submitted some names to them over the past few months, and I have about 20 listed there so far. On the positive side, they typically review names within a day vs. about a week at Brandpa and now 3 weeks at BrandBucket. I think they also spend more on advertising to drive traffic to their site. On the negative side, they tend to want you to accept a lower price point and charge a higher commission at the same time. That combo makes it hard to make them the first choice for a name. It might be worth the trade off if you get a lot more sales so it’s something I’m definitely testing out. No sales so far, but that isn’t unexpected given the small number of names I have listed there and the length of time they have been listed.

  1. I’ve always enjoyed your list when it comes to brandables Travis. Keep up the good work 🙂

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