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AUCTION RECAP OF MARCH 29, 2017

A comprehensive look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the auction list posted on March 29, 2017. 

If there is an asterisk (*) next to a price, it means that the name was at auction from a private seller (rather than an expiring name) and may have had a reserve.  I’m only showing where the price was when the auction ended, but the name may not have sold if a reserve was in place.

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SEDO

7DR.com  Not going to stay this price but super cheap and still met reserve

At $953 with 11 hours left

HUJA.com  Closes at 11am eastern.   Nice CVCV

$2,501

YIG.com  Met Reserve at $14,500.  Would be a good buy at that price IMO

$20,500

Namejet

I rarely have final prices for the Namejet names on the list, because they usually do not end the same day as they are posted to the list.  For now, instead of posting the list with no prices, I’ll post the top 10 Namejet sales for yesterday as listed on Namebio.

jiangning.com $7,000
bikr.com $4,000
mupai.com $3,000
ylww.com $2,515
wb.biz $2,000
93261.com $1,660
galaxymall.com $1,621
csei.com $1,600
1511.net $1,500
randel.com $1,455

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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday March 30th

Escrow.com

 

Maybe I don’t get enough inquiries to understand.  Maybe I’m used to working with hundreds of people each day in retail.   But I just don’t get annoyed with the domain inquiries with all the crazy low offers and stories.  I own the name so I don’t lose anything but 5 seconds to read an email.  And with every 5 second read I have the slight chance there may be a real buyer.   Again, I don’t have thousands of names.  I do get 5 to 10 inquiries a day.  Most are foreign language lowball emails.  Maybe others get 100…or a 1000.   I do think that having to answer thousands of gardening questions every day and working with a lot of crazy personalities has taken the edge off what bothers me and doesn’t when it comes to questions and my time.  There are too many things going on in the day to worry about some person from Sri Lanka that offers me $50 for Botany.com.  I respond with a copy and past price and response and then I’m done.   If it’s anything other than a counter or further questions I read it and trash it.   Ironically just as I typed this out I got an offer for $99 for AsianPear.com and a no priced inquiry for Soosy.com    I don’t like the no offer thing at Uniregistry.   It’s the reason I’m moving my entire portfolio back over to Sedo but that’s for another story.   I admit that not vetting out a real offer bothers me but until I switch I just quickly send a price and wait.  It’s just not that hard and I’m pretty sure the life goal of the person on the other side is not to bother me and take my time. Here are today’s names.   Click for current price

Quote Of The Day:  ” Big shots are only little shots that keep shooting -Christopher Morley”

Domain Of The Day:  TechGuy.io The place to find someone to help you do those tech things you can’t do yourself. No reserve

Portfolio Of The Day:     A nice mix of 5L, brandables, and a few numerics

Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

BayouCity.com    The nickname of Houston so a ton of things with the name.  Upgrade name

PicSite.com  21 years old.    I’m guessing there will be pics on this site

WXQL.com   20 years old.   This would have been low end of the price spectrum 5 years ago.  Now look at it

PreferredCard.com   They don’t just give this card to anyone.  19 years old

HappySpot.com    We all have one.  I would guess the happy spot will be between $900 and $1200

Powerbag.com   Solar powered backpack comes to mind.  Portable power

Cable.co    Best use of dot co as I’ve seen

MyNameJeff.com   Jeff is either Tarzan or special needs

EQQV.com and KUTK.com   the two low end LLLL.coms on the board today

ZPBZ.com Bad Western. Great Chinese. Chinese win

WRXX.com Over under $1500

CreditSolution.com Because you can get better credit by paying someone

Domains With One or No Bids

DietClubs.com Almost as much money in losing weight as putting it on.

ProperScan.com Upgrade name for a few products and companies. ID scanning of some sort is certainly the future

TheAgeTest.com I took it. I’m 25 according to my answers

WSTSC.com 16 years old. Gets some traffic. Even though its 5 letters I think it could still be a good acronym

DJCrush.com If there isn’t already a DJ Crush there should be

HardSlice.com Nice little brand for $12

Bostron.com A last time so a matter of time before it becomes a business name

SpotBrain.com Brain as in your brain or the product has a brain

NaturalLoss.com Good if its weight. No bidders

RedCanna.com Cannabis name. I have several of the other color canna names

Quaggle.com Cute sounding brand. At $12

BigRider.com A lot of uses as a brand. Red Rider has done fine

BlinkSpot.com Trademarked which means at least one person thought it was good enough to be a brand

IslandHike.com Some incredible hiking on several islands around the world

Heartia.com Nice little fun version of heart. No bids

OnlineCrack.com The next AddictingGames

Plumbing.cc Love seeing just general word .cc getting a few bids

SammyWatkins.com He’s a pretty good NFL receiver

A TON of Very Nice 6N with No 4 or Zero at Auction Today

115918.com
176366.com
199382.com
217313.com
257711.com
352686.com
379533.com
512379.com
515915.com
516358.com
516797.com
539366.com
576792.com
577232.com
592981.com
612385.com
613722.com
626851.com
631381.com
637829.com
671171.com
678977.com
693812.com
712619.com
732959.com
786935.com
825573.com
832558.com
859982.com

Other Godaddy Domains With Bids

AfricanAmericanHairstyling.com
AllofCraigs.com
Andrositalia.org
AngelFunders.com
AnglerTackleBox.com
anhdepmoingay.net
ArcadeFive.com
BaileyTonDragStrip.com
CaliforniaCriminalLawyerBlog.com
CharlesCountyMedicalSociety.org
Cinemavid.net
CoqueIroVerdeRecords.com
CXI.co
DaytonnVChamber.org
DragonflyGardenDesign.net
Eco-ElectronicCigarettes.com
EcoLottery.com
eds2016.org
eebhub.org
EndoCenter.com
engagenet.com
Eniac-Modern.org
Enotria.com
GabbyYoungAndOtherAnimals.com
GlutenAllergies.com
GrainsForHealth.org
guide-meuble.com
HandsOnNortheastGeorgia.org
HellAndBackAgain.com
HistoricFairHill.org
HIVAceng.com
IfPrint.org
InvitationsByKarina.com
Kerensen.com
LookForDating.com
LoseWeightCenter.com
MightySummit.com
NashvilleCarpetCleaning.com
nikoslaskaridis.com
Paddle-Board.com
PublicCoins.com
reboundwc.org
safety21.com
SalesSpeed.com
SantaMonicaHomesForSale.com
SewSet.com
SolarEnergy-SolarPower.com
SparkleHotel.com
SpiritLakeCasino.net
SportIsland.com
TexasGroupPhotographer.com
TheDaydreamingDesigner.com
TheUrbanPear.com
Torrentu.com
TPLC.net
TruckingTalent.com
TruckTalent.com
TubemateDownloadApp.com
uiortho.com
Universalmanf.com
VisionBoardSite.com
WhitmanClub.com
Workforce-Digital.com
www85999.com

 SEDO

DNRegistration.com      Met reserve.    Good name for our industry

111.asia   Has the dot asia train left the station?

7DR.com  Reserve met at $309

Namejet Auction

0000.tv    Interesting name.  Dot tv has been kind of a dud lately but this one is pretty unique so it should do well

Kaby.com  CVCV ….kinda.  But in this case its as good or better than a CVCV IMO

Yucca.com   I bid against the seller when he bought it.  Its a plant and a brand and had no idea it was worth this much.  No wonder he didn’t take my $2K offer

Girlcations.com   Only 2 bidders. A whole site dedicated to middle age women getting together with girlfriends taking a cruise.  Actually a pretty good market

LLCTaxes.com  Taxes for a LLC is different than a normal company.  Here’s your guide.  4 Bidders

KitchenRemodelers.com   I can see this on the side of their van.  The money is in the kitchen and bathroom

StJacob.com   The Moses of Mesopotamia .  Also a village.  Only 1 bidder

MoviePlayer.com   Sounds like a company from 1998 that got bought out for 500 million

WWTT.com  The AABB patterns used to be five figures.  We might find out new value

Mucky.com  One of my favorite on the list. But not getting much love

Eradicator.com   Sounds like to going to get rid of something fast and hard

Chimpanzees.com  Here’s your chance to own an animal.  Singular is better of course

 

Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an emailI 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 me, Shane . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything I say is based on my own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or my opinion is correct. I hand choose my names but I am paid to make this list by 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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AUCTION RECAP OF MARCH 28, 2017 + SEDO WEEKLY SALES

A comprehensive look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the auction list posted on March 28, 2017. 

If there is an asterisk (*) next to a price, it means that the name was at auction from a private seller (rather than an expiring name) and may have had a reserve.  I’m only showing where the price was when the auction ended, but the name may not have sold if a reserve was in place.

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Namejet

I rarely have final prices for the Namejet names on the list, because they usually do not end the same day as they are posted to the list.  For now, instead of posting the list with no prices, I’ll post the top 10 Namejet sales for yesterday as listed on Namebio.

z5.net $7,000
26526.com $3,500
11860.com $2,610
assisass.com $2,606
clsb.com $1,999
lwy.net $1,900
499.org $1,400
conjuring.com $1,301
tbkp.com $1,224
pnrh.com $1,222

SEDO Weekly Sales

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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday March 29th

Escrow.com

 

 

Before I got into domain investing my sole side income was trading.  I have always been a pretty good trader but found myself spending too much time at work day trading instead of running my business.  I did my research for my trades in odd ways.  I would go and ask people in the retail stores how certain products were selling.  I would even call stores and ask the same thing.  Hoping to find products that were selling well or barely moving, all in hopes of getting early information.  I would even count cars in the parking lots of retailers during Christmas shopping hoping to get a feel of how busy they were.   This was in the days before Amazon really took off.  It would be impossible to do now because so much is done online.   But it did work.  I took $10K or less and made it into six figures a few years in a row.  But then my return to time expended wasn’t so good so I started blogging.  Basically started doing something that was fulfill but the worst paying hobby in the world.  Where I’m going with this is I have always looked to find something to earn extra cash.  But eventually I learned it really wasn’t about the money.  It was about having a challenge and that money was only a way to keep score.   I find that with domain investing.  I truly enjoy it because of the challenge.

The challenge of trying to find a name that others want to buy.  Of trying to turn XXX into XXXX or XXXXX.  I work hard all day at the nursery and probably should just take a shower, eat dinner, and start getting ready for bed.  But instead I start scanning and emailing people about domains.  Beginning the hunt.  I admit I don’t read much but I do scan.  I like the story of someone finding an LLL.com for $2K but I realize that there are plenty of those types of “steals” to be had every day.   I am not going to waste my time thinking I can find another LLL.com for that price.  But I bet I can find a good one word, great two word for that price and sell it for as much or more than the LLL.com.   Maybe I won’t, but that is my goal every day.  In the meantime I will take little profits here and there.   Because again, that is how I keep score and I need to score every once in a while to keep me motivated.  Hope you find that name today.   Click for current price

Quote Of The Day:  ” The real measure of worth is how valuable you are if you had no money”

Domain Of The Day:  FindMyWorld.com A site to find out more about you.

Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

Megatune.com    People love the word mega (See Namebio) and they like tunes.  Should do well

2WF.com   NLL.com   I will guess that this one will hit $3K .  20 years old

DigitalEar.com  20 years old.   A recorder or another Siri

Camib.com   5L gets a few hundred visits a month.    19 years old

ParkingPro.com     Good for our industry.  A self guided parking system.  Or just a better spot at the airport.  20 years ago

BVCP.com   The V doesn’t seem to be holding this one back.

NewBreath.com   As long as it smells better than the old breath

Daewoous.com  Don’t, just don’t.  Buying this is cybersquatting
NRXS.com Excess for Westerners or nice name for Chinese

12866.com   Double 6s give it a little extra boost.

122999.com      One less number, double the price

F50.net   It’s a dot net but still getting bids as a percentage of the dot com

TechGuy.io   Everyone needs a tech guy.  No reserve and under $50

U3X.com   These always have value and are very liquid.  Even with the vowels

FranceTop.com   47,600 backlinks   13 years old

YH16.com   I have no idea why this one is getting so many bids

Couponiak.com    3,000 monthly visitors if you believe Godaddy

776697.com   I actually am surprised this pattern isn’t getting more bids

HelpfulFact.com  35,000 backlinks,  700 monthlies,  but only two years old

CamelCreek.com   Sounds like a nice clothing line

KauaiChickens.com    They really are everywhere

Domains With One or No Bids

VRillo.com I like this one as a VR brand. No bidders

DNAlive.com I figured you guys/girls might like this one because of the dn thing

ExpressPaydayLoans.com Only $17 but you’ll have to pay 87% interest

Winery.cc At $15. Wine is catching on

OptionsAnalyzer.com No bids. I use one every day to trade but it comes from from my broker

CuteFactory.com Cute name for anything kid related

JobGroove.com Find a job, find an employee

SolarCoolers.com If there isn’t one now there will be soon. Although mine runs on no power right now

Guarina.com Already a food brand but also a Spanish name

KingdomTrucking.com Upgrade name for several companies

LazyHosting.com Part of having a good business is making it so easy you customers can be lazy and still get it done

MoreForLess.com A marketing name but its cheap

BetweenPlaces.com I have no idea what to do with this but I figure it can solve a problem when you’re between places. OK, skip this one

Other Godaddy Domains With Bids

1800godental.mobi
330220.com
Alternate-Power.org
alxBook.com
Anti-keylogger.net
ArtisphereOnline.com
AsianEscortModel.com
AtlantaStreetFoodFestival.com
BeyonceClub.net
BistrotMargot.com
BreachGame.com
BreakTimeStudios.com
BricksInMyPocket.org
BuckeyesNews.com
Caribunion.com
CastleConstruction.com
CheckGuarantee.com
ChristianReiki.org
CommercialProperties.org
CountryCharmCandles.com
CQKMusic.com
DealGarden.com
DiscountAudioAndWheels.com
DwntwnOnline.com
DWTV.net
eCapitalist.net
ePulse.org
FantasyClothing.net
FiatCapital.com
FoneMedic.net
ghdFlatiron.com
GrantParkPool.org
HaciendaRealLincoln.com
HotClubofDetroit.com
HotsChottFrenchBulldogs.com
HumanOnline.com
iMame.com
InsuranceAndBonding.com
iWipes.com
jekyllandhydemusical.com
KB24.com
KitchenPhotography.com
Lake-Erie-Walleye-Charters.com
LakePleasantHomeValues.com
LegionMachinery.com
LendCube.com
Local123cafe.com
LouisianaMensClinic.com
Macscore.com
MadRedeGuadalupe.com
MAKV.com
MaloneMovieMinute.com
MediaTurnToday.com
MoneyGiving.com
MothersDayMessages.org
MueblesGadiel.com
MusicallyLike.com
MY115.net
MyArtalive.com
MyCentury1costarica.com
MyFreephone4ever.com
MyHomevalueTN.com
Naiplor.info
NewSweet.com
NNNNbam.com
Nutrimail.com
OrangePantherFootball.com
Pangkalancerita.com
ParentStrade.com
pelaacasinopeleja.com
PHPL.net
PrivateChefNetwork.com
ProtocolMedia.com
PurestCrystals.com
QualityDiscountReels.info
RaiseTheIssue.com
RenewableMarketers.org
RepairCreditCompany.info
RFQExchange.com
RightLegalHelp.net
Rivaloodemekaniti.com
RiverPure.com
RoboMaster.com
RondaLaw.com
RoofsByBaker.net
rvrapid.com
Samcore.com
Sandiktozu.com
SarahSargent.com
SecretHairbyLizMarie.com
ShirtStays.com
Shortysshootingsports.com
sorellabeauty.com
Splashmth.com
SSSSBam.com
Startonomics.com
SwiftLiker.net
Syncerp.com
TagsForLess.com
TalkIsSheepMarketing.com
Teenster.com
Tempobetdns.com
Tempobetkurallar.com
ThatsWhatImLookingForStore.com
TheDroneDragon.com
TheNavajoBlanket.com
TheSolarChannel.com
TheUrbanMarketHouston.com
ThoughtBuzz.net
Ticket2ridebc.com
TLGC.net
TrendyDays.com
TXJK.net
UMVG.com
uni-sat.com
UnitedPark.com
UptownShelby.org
vipcpw.com
VitaSlawNandHomeMaintenance.com
WaterBridgeProperties.com
WeddingTipis.com
WeekendTheBand.us
WhatTheLink.com
WinzSolution.com
WoodPelletSilo.com
YAConn.org
YouBelongInitiative.com
YQCB.net

 SEDO

7DR.com  Not going to stay this price but super cheap and still met reserve

HUJA.com  Closes at 11am eastern.   Nice CVCV

YIG.com  Met Reserve at $14,500.  Would be a good buy at that price IMO

Namejet Auction

Girlcations.com   Only 2 bidders. A whole site dedicated to middle age women getting together with girlfriends taking a cruise.  Actually a pretty good market

Juiciness.com     33 bidders like to get this juicy name

GBDD.com   Met reserve at $1300.   The good Western letters with no vowels have been doing very well the last few weeks

SPCR.com   Like this one

Munny.com   How people that don’t have it but want it spell it

OMXC.com     Under $200 at press time

1511.net    A $30K plus dot com sooooooo

Tarnish.com  Memorable, just trying to figure out what the brand is going to do

JobMaker.com   Trump is going to buy this one.  Going to be HUGE

SkyBrook.com  Upgrade name for a few places

Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an emailI 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 me, Shane . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything I say is based on my own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or my opinion is correct. I hand choose my names but I am paid to make this list by 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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AUCTION RECAP OF MARCH 27, 2017

A comprehensive look at the final auction prices, closeouts and more from the auction list posted on March 27, 2017. 

If there is an asterisk (*) next to a price, it means that the name was at auction from a private seller (rather than an expiring name) and may have had a reserve.  I’m only showing where the price was when the auction ended, but the name may not have sold if a reserve was in place.

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Namejet

I rarely have final prices for the Namejet names on the list, because they usually do not end the same day as they are posted to the list.  For now, instead of posting the list with no prices, I’ll post the top 10 Namejet sales for yesterday as listed on Namebio.

77766.com $20,002
bbbw.com $5,100
ancc.com $4,100
67.biz $3,000
biit.com $3,000
fours.com $1,992
solarprogram.com $1,945
38731.com $1,720
liaotai.com $1,708
qjg.net $1,600

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IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Tuesday, March 28th and I traded Noah Kagan a domain for a hat

Escrow.com

I traded Noah Kagan a domain for a hat and tacos

About a month ago I get this email from Noah@sumo.com about a domain. I have to be honest I didn’t know who he was the week before that email, but I had just finished listening to Mike Cyger’s  interview with Noah two days prior to the email.

Noah asked if the domain was for sale and that he was trying to help out a friend, by giving them the domain as a gift. The name wasn’t anything special to me and it was listed with a BIN price so I figured that he was obviously looking a wholesale price.

I replied with an asking price of one Million dollars, I figured that was his normal buying range. :) Instead of quoting an actual asking price or telling him to go to Afternic, I said I’d get back to him in a few days and that I was sure we could work something out.

I emailed him back and didn’t hear anything until he sent me another email 2 days later, asking what I had come up with. I thought that I had responded to him but my dumb ass had responded to myself in the gmail conversation thread lol. Watch out for that, the emails get threaded and it’s easy to hit reply to yourself. You would think this would be easy to spot, but it’s not if it just stays in  the thread.

Anyway, I responded again and requested the following terms for the domain.

Austin’s best tacos shipped in a cowboy hat

-A range of money from $100 to $500 contrasted with email marketing advice, tools, help that he had to offer valued for the difference. I don’t even know if that makes sense: so for example, if he values the domain at $1000, he would decide on some formula of money/marketing tools that he sets the value on. In this case he could pick $100 + $900 in marketing “stuff”

Obviously I did this more for fun than anything, but Noah agreed to my terms. He paid me $101, sent a hat from Amazon, had his assistant contact me and set up local taco delivery. Noah then said to start out going through the app sumo tools for phase three, which I haven’t done yet.

He asked me a few domain related questions about finding expired domains. I sent him a rather verbose response, he said that he liked the information and asked permission to use some of it in an article he was writing.

I think the main thing I’ve learned or maybe had reinforced from this experience, is that everything doesn’t have to be about money or getting the highest price. We don’t need to extract every last bit of copper out of our names. We can use them to help others by showing grace and giving them a domain they need, we can use them to network and build relationships and we can use them to strengthen relationships we already have.

I don’t know how many times I’ve registered a name off the drop because it made me think of a friend personally or their business. Even if they don’t want the name it doesn’t matter, it’s only $8, who cares.

Domain of the Day: impost.com Internet marketing post, instant message post or a one word domain meaning
“a tax or similar compulsory payment.
HORSE RACING
the weight carried by a horse as a handicap.”  

Main List

Names With Bids

Apothecure.com  Nice play on apothecary mixed with cure

BadBuild.com

BlackMovement.com Sell this name to BLM

Chalkers.com

CustomPads.com  Brake pads, homes, writing, lots of uses for pads

DanceTheater.com

DigitalDebt.com

DoHomework.com

FruitChain.com

HealingAdvice.com

InsideCloud.com

MagicSpring.com

MasterTouch.com  Good massage or chiropractic brand, but could be used for a thousand other services

Muzoa.com

OneGun.com

PocketWelder.com  Need to weld on the go? get the pocket welder

PureStack.com

SimpleFuel.com

SkillAdvisor.com

SpanData.com

Steppa.com

StreetAddress.com

TakeApeek.com

TrafficProvider.com

UpMovement.com

UseBank.com

WageSmart.com

ze22.com

Debits.cc

The No Bid List

ArtOfGreatness.com  Sounds like a motivational or self help site

BassUp.com  Turn the bass up, or a dead largemouth floating on the water

BulkBlue.com  Double B with a color

CareerTycoon.com  This guy is really good at careers

ChimpMedia.com Monkey’s reporting the news

ChowDelivery.com  Another food delivery service

DefendTheBase.com  A game

DidHappen.com A site for things that seem unbelievable

DojoDragon.com Dragon and Dojo seem to go together, a martial arts site

DrConfidential.com  It’s ok to tell your Docotor about the rash and burning between your legs. He won’t tell anyone.

DrNob.com A Dr and a person of wealth

EpicEdible.com  very delicious food

EvilDetect.com  Like a Harry Potter Sneakoscope, starts spinning and making noise when evil is present

ExploreRoute.com gps or mapping system

FamilyBullshit.com  a blog to tell everyone about your family problems. You could just use Facebook like everyone else, but this has a branded feel

GamingOutlook.com  A magazine with upcoming games and gaming news

GlobalRant.com   A world opinion site

HopeCash.com  A charity donation site

HugPile.com  Could be anything

InnerEnemy.com  A site to fight off the demons inside of you

ItsRisky.com  I don’t have a problem with apostrophe names like this. I’m pretty sure most people can figure it out. “Hey I tried looking at your site It’sRisky.com, but it wouldn’t resolve.”

JollyGamer.com Another gaming domain

MentalPuzzle.com  An app or site or physical product for mind training

MicrocreditLoan.com  Small loans made usually made peer to peer

NachoSmoothies.com  Sounds horrible

NearToNew.com  A thrift site that sells really good used things. Could be a brick and mortar place that needs a name.

NeedBig.com

NoFobia.com  I ain’t scared of no ghosts

PrettyGuru.com  Knows everything there is to know about being pretty

PrimeGenetic.com  The very best Genes

ProDefend.com  Self defense classes, private security, home security

ReadyCake.com  No mixing bowls needed for this cake

RelatedStudy.com

RowTech.com

SafestAuto.com  Basically a tank

SaleTest.com  split test your sales methods to improve conversion

ScanMyCard.com

ScriptGamer.com

SearchSimilar.com  A site that helps you look for things in ways that are similar but differnt enough to find you more information and better results

ShockAll.com

SnakeHoney.com  No idea what it is, but I’m intrigued

SparkMemory.com  A system that helps you remember things

SpeakPlanet.com

StarterVine.com  A small vine that will eventually grow into a massive organism

ToneUk.com  The sounds of Britian

UglyBlue.com

WantChild.com An adoption name… At first glance you think Want a child, or I Want a child flows better. True, but this is shorter and to the point

WeSack.com  A bag for us, noun? Or sack, verb, as in Monty Python Sack, take over, beat up, tackled

WineYouLove.com A tracking and reordering system for all your favorite wines

YouthChain.com

More Names With No Bids

Namejet

BathroomsOnline.com  I have never used an online bathroom. I’ve tried, but the damn computer shorts out.

QuickMoneyOnline.com Loans, or earning potention

WiseFool.com
OurDays.com
LandSurveys.com
CrazyG.com
ChildScope.com
SelfUnderstanding.com
LaserGift.com
Shimz.com
BadMeat.com
RoadEscape.com
SmileRides.com
DayRate.com
bjns.com
Facko.com
cixs.com

Flippa/SEDO

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Your LLLL.coms of The Day

vjom.com
vpdv.com
sivp.com
dzop.com
jtle.com
oyzb.com
lzxo.com
rbxa.com
keuq.com
tmvx.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

dhhs.net
txgp.net
rtfq.net
lfrt.net
lwwj.net
ctys.net
Slap.info
zpic.org
NoTv.org
Frea.net

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

04u.com
4ic.net
r9v.com
st3.biz
z3q.com
ljypw.com
kssfw.com

Brandables

Bendzi.com
Bendzo.com
Buvvi.com
Caqqo.com
Cloovo.com
Dekkah.com
Diqqo.com
Dojoyo.com
Dutag.com
Duzoa.com
Econico.com
Enacy.com
Faqqi.com
Faqqo.com
Fendzo.com
Feqqi.com
Feyla.com
Fuqqo.com
Fuzax.com
Huqio.com
Huqqo.com
Impti.com
Infungo.com
Jamely.com
Jewwo.com
Kaqqo.com
Kavoh.com
Kepaz.com
Kibza.com
Kikti.com
Kultu.com
Kuqqo.com
Laqio.com
Leqqi.com
Lidoco.com
Lonogo.com
Loozor.com
Lunodo.com
Mendzy.com
Nanista.com
Nashio.com
Nazzor.com
Niqio.com
Nozoa.com
Nuqoa.com
Paidue.com
Peqqi.com
Pooxer.com
Puxal.com
Puzoa.com
Qaqio.com
Qazus.com
Qoxio.com
Quvvi.com
Raforo.com
Reqqu.com
Rixini.com
Ruqio.com
Saqqo.com
Shogar.com
Snuko.com
Spungie.com
Suqqa.com
Tazom.com
Tgger.com
Thogger.com
Tipero.com
Tuqio.com
Tuqqa.com
Vujen.com
Vujun.com
Wagoba.com
Waxay.com
Wiqio.com
Wizgro.com
Yaqio.com
Yavvu.com
Zasku.com
Zeqqi.com
Zewaq.com
Zimbin.com
Zomayo.com
Zuqqo.com
Zuzma.com
Zuzudo.com
Zwaly.com

MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE

Some Numbers

688137.com
588137.com
288137.com
388137.com
788137.com
988137.com
599137.com
757879.com
399137.com
299137.com
199137.com
060806.com
7888463.com
2888463.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Descript.org
Blunts.biz
Sewed.org
Unlocks.org
Surged.org
Windbreak.org
Frisking.org
Cavity.me
Harnessed.org
Menorah.me
Debits.cc
Inebriation.org
Scoured.org
Anaerobic.org
Paintbrush.info
Stroked.org
Coined.info
Passerby.org
Muggy.org
Sley.us
Airsick.org

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

CultivateGrow.com
GangaPower.com
KushLeague.com
OfficialVapes.com
PotWeek.com
Tokozio.com
VapeHop.com
VaporHop.com
vrible.com
vrpager.com
vrpull.com
vrzest.com
WeedDevil.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

NKCT.com

NameMonitor.com

KPL.CC

DateService.com

Cccl.net

NamePros

MarijuanaInvester.com
ToddlerSecurity.com
DailyLookup.com

SoftwarePolicy.com
SprayUnits.com
AirRio.com
StateUniversityOnline.com
MugRemoval.com

LinkDrip.com
PublicStatistics.org
Unflavoured.com
GoldShakers.com
OfficeVote.com

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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday March 27th

Escrow.com

 

I talked the other day about ending our relationship with Flippa due to lack of communication from the company. Since that a few things happened.  One, they did reach out.  A fellow domain investor sent them an email saying something to the effect “you should contact Shane, he says he can’t get someone to communicate with him”  Amber Burke sent me a nice email.  Everyone has great things to say about Amber and I’m sure she is a talented person.  But the email basically said, sorry for not telling anyone that Kevin Fink left and if there is anything you need let me know”.  But I’m afraid its just a little too late.  A thread started on Namepros about DSAD not using Flippa anymore and Michael Sumner added some data he’s collected to show my thoughts of decline are true.   Here is the data he presented on Namepros.

 

From Michael Sumner

“The Flippa Domains trend definitely isn’t positive, see the chart below. The green line is the total dollar volume they were doing per month, and the corresponding trendline shows a steep decline from more than $360k to around $180k. The red line is the number of sales they were closing per month at $100 and above, with a trendline showing a steep decline going from around 380 to right around 200.

But then you get to the blue line which is the number of sales per month below $100. You’ll notice the trendline for that is almost perfectly flat. From this data it is clear that they’re losing almost all of their dollar volume from higher-end sales. Basically they’re becoming a place to burn trash more so than they’ve ever been.

Please note the graph excludes outlier sales of $50k+, of which there were 10 in 2015, 3 in 2016, and none so far in 2017. This would have made the green trendline have an even steeper negative slope. Also note that Kevin left Flippa in January, and since then we have not received any data on auctions that did not complete. This means there are more sales in our database for 2017 than there should be, which would have caused the blue and red trendlines to be even steeper negative”

 

Again, I WANT the domain industry to have as many places to liquidate and buy domains as possible.  It is good for the market to have such entities.  Unfortunately a marketplace like this requires both inventory and buyers and can’t exist without a good dose of both sides.  It can crumble quickly if you lose trust in either side. By trust I mean that buyers need quality domains to buy and sellers need to get good prices.  If either of those sides suffer its over.  In order to run an auction house you have to figure out what it takes to keep both sides strong.  My opinion only, but I think the owners have too many other businesses going on to focus on what it takes to keep the domain auction house side going strong.

 

Here are today’s names Click for current price

Quote Of The Day:  ” ”

Domain Of The Day:  Liables.com    What are you legally responsible for?  Find out.  16 bids

 

Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

VirtualGirl.com    Five figure name IMO.

BuyADrone.com   Surprised this isn’t higher than the $150 at press time.  Drone names still seem to be doing well

BSU.net    Remember there are more end users than just the US for acronyms.  Although the Nigerian traffic of this one doesn’t exactly help me much

3is.com  Bottom price for NLL is $800.  19 years old

vDirect.com  18,500 backlinks and some traffic.  18 year old

ICOM.com Hasn’t met reserve at $21K

OmniFlight.com   Go ahead and fill out the UDRP response from Omni Airlines when you buy this

ExoticVideo.com   Animals or porn

PAX.net thousands of entities using PAX as a name

ThePiano.com Most know the movie but also a great brand.

GS55.com    the 55 will bring in the Chinese bidders.  Might be in the 500 range when its all done

PureAndHealthy.com    Good marketing name for a brand pretending to be exactly this

MaxSports.com   Upgrade name for a lot of companies that already use the term.  One company using it bad.  10 plus=good.  133 bids

LoadedMedia.com   Yet another random media name getting bids

PartyDog.com    Spuds McKenzie

581588.com  Will hit 4 figures IMO

885532.com and 889982.com Since these are on the front they will get half that

EZHZ.com and YCYV.com    Are the two LLLL.com on the expired GD list

Domains With One or No Bids

PlateItUp.com Getting a pretty good cooking name for $12

MaternityTech.com The entire first page of Google Results are jobs for Maternity Techs

 

WeatherBabes.com Certainly plenty of content for this one. Ginger Z would be on there for some

SpecialAthletes.com High achievers or special needs athletes. No bidders

BedroomAdvice.com Get a good night’s sleep. Is that what you were looking for ?

NonCon.com Is a term that is used to refer to non consensual sex. Just in case you didn’t know and thought it was a cute, short, rhymey name

TheHitz.com Perfect for a radio station

Clacky.com Short and nobody wants it to this point

Xapia.com I like short names that start with X. Everyone knows its the Z sound at the front and they are usually cheap

UncleHorny.com Worst email ever

JunkInTheAttic.com Cleaning service or auction house marketing name

Other Godaddy Domains With Bids

113356.com
133556.com
159179.com
339228.com
aidsinfobbs.org
AirDryer.com
Amaxe.com
BeginLinux.com
BentonvilleBellaVistaChamber.com
BestRouletteCasino.net
BetStats.com
BlancheBar.com
Cars-Insurance-Deal.info
CastLives.com
CocoaDevCentral.com
CompleteSEOServices.com
CozyCornerRestaurant.net
dietasparaperdepeso.info
DiscRevolt.com
Docusort.com
DriveXtra.com
DUIAttorneysList.com
EasyGoLuckyPH.com
EconomyHost.com
Ecotastic.com
EducationOrganization.com
EEHomepage.com
ElectoralCollege.info
EnterpriseService.com
EpilepsyHero.org
Epistemo.net
EvolvingFamilies.com
FarmersRock.com
FJDiary.com
FlashLubeMiami.com
FloresTogo.com
ForsterCourtHotel.com
FoundationRepairSmyrna.com
GDAcers.com
GetShitter.com
grabiphone6s.com
GrainVacsForSale.net
Handyman-nc.com
HavenHouston.com
HealThonTheRun.net
HeerKensHomes.com
HendersonLocksmith.com
HepPrograms.org
Hispanic-Chamber.org
HorizonsSausalito.com
Howtoiloseweight.com
ILoveFishing24.com
JourneySalonOfPiqua.com
KeetonInsurance.com
LAGalleria.com
Lifimag.com
LipStories.com
LoveFernie.com
lssmarketing.com
LYRH.net
MagicTemple.com
ManageApartments.com
ManaWellness.com
MarloweBurger.com
MidwayBeachHouse.com
mominthemirrorbook.com
NanoTalk.com
Noodlie.com
okorogist.com
OllieGear.com
Paasporn.net
PicassosSportsCafe.com
piftraining.info
PlanAdreamTrip.com
PlantItRight.com
PremierOutlets.com
PublicReview.com
RedesColombia.org
RemoveMalwareInfection.com
RialtoArtScenter.com
Search-Villas.com
SellTwoAll.com
semanarioserbio.com
ShamanSwell.org
ShishaCentral.com
SinoShipNews.com
SkiDrowGenerator.com
StarBeer.com
Suissa.com
Suluboya.com
SuperheroFantasyLeague.com
SWDB.net
TexasCrawfishCompany.com
th3pro-sd.com
ThePoshPacker.com
TNL.biz
ToastedSubs.com
TTNS.net
txcrawfishcompany.com
UHX.tv
UnearthedOutdoors.net
UpWit.com
vitalityk.com
vniis.org
volkstanz.net
vrpi.co
WantDifferentDoDifferent.net
WheresTheFoodTrucks.com
wikitoefl.net
WomenSheAltHandEnvironment.org

Namejet Auction

NMCT.com  Both Western and Chinese loved letters.  Will be top of the price tier

PeopleFoods.com     A little sarcastic in the name but that’s what we eat.  Not dog food or cat food. People food.  2 bidders

TwoDogs.com   Nice brand for any product, easy logo.   At $800 so others think so too

Home1.com   Adding numbers to me have always been a cheap way to get a memorable brand.   5 bidders agree

Appreciticeship.com  At $4000 but the reserve is 25-50K so people bid these up knowing that they won’t have to buy at those prices.  A bit of a game

DDDDDDD.com   Yup that’s 7 Ds.   2 bidders like it

ParkingX.com  Kind of the same idea as Home 1 but I think X is by far the best letter to add at the end

67.biz   Get one of 99.  NN.biz still have a good liquid market in the four figures

OFTM.com  One of the LLLL with a vowel that is a great end user name that the Chinese won’t like…..yet

RedVolt.com  Only two bidders and I’m one.  Like the brand

Dapar.com  5L with no bids.   Half a million google results

7BU.com  Getting a $200 bid but haven’t seen any of these sell for under $800

 

Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an emailI 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 me, Shane . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything I say is based on my own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or my opinion is correct. I hand choose my names but I am paid to make this list by 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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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday March 26th

Escrow.com

 

 

Yesterday I went to the Illinois High School Indoor Track State Championships to see my daughter run.  At the meet a Freshman girl set the state record for 2 miles at 10 minutes 11 seconds.  For a non runner its hard to understand exactly how fast it is but obviously if its the fastest all time you know its moving.  The National record for 2 miles for a Freshman outdoor was set by the Olympian phenom Jordan Hasay at 10:06.  And I think she is going to crush it and be the first to break 10.   Everyone has their sport that impresses them, but I find track an amazing sport.  There certainly is genetic ability but it isn’t realized unless a lot of training and hard work is put in.  It’s all on you.  No team to help you (relays of course have others running) This young lady had both the God given talent and you could tell she put in the work. She was small and young looking, but she definitely had been working out.  She was more fit looking than most of the younger girls.  And her stride looked much more mature than a 15 year old would have.  My daughter placed 4th in state but you can imagine that the 10:11 was pretty much what everyone talked about.  I really enjoyed watching a future/present star run live but I was much happier that my daughter was happy with her day.  And if you’re married and with kids you know all that matters is the girls are happy. Enjoy your Sunday   Here are today’s names Click for current price

Quote Of The Day:  ” The only way to keep your health is to eat what you don’t want, drink what you don’t like, and do what you’d rather not   -Mark Twain”

Domain Of The Day:  CloudCompeting.com Competing for your cloud storage business

Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

CannabisFunding.com   Only two bids at $15 but bet it closes over $500

QualityHair.com   I could use some but people pay a ton of money for weaves. 34 bids

Zibar.com   Nice little 5L.com  Upgrade name for a bunch of entities

LittleAngels.org   Angel and dot org are always a good pair.  18 years old

InDaHood.com   French for In The Hood.  8 bids

AppMobile.com  16 years old.  Was there even apps 16 years ago?

AULZ.comAUXZ.com, and VLIV.com  are the three low end LLLL.com today

03399.com  Great pattern.  The kind of 5N you want to buy IMO

VGEM.com   I’m calling every name with a V a virtual reality name now

ForFreeCars.com   Free thing names continue to get bids

JTW.cc  The Chinese are loving this.  Double what the other LLL.cc have gone for lately

Sing.cc     Nice keyword for the dot cc.  10 bids

PrizePoker.com     I see still know guys playing 30 hands at a time for days on end.  Poker peaked but its not going away

SparkDeck.com    Sounds kind of techy

 

Domains With One or No Bids

TooTallJones.com If you are in your forties and followed US Football you knew who Ed was

Herbalizer.com Canna name. Trying to make it sound like medicine

Incredibuy.com Sounds like a place I’m going to get an incredible deal. And last years model

TheSiteDesigners.com No bids. Says exactly what the company would do

TheRelays.com Races around the nation that probably could use this name. Not a ton of money but flippable

ShoveOff.com I think I’ve been told this a few times.

PinkWillow.com No such thing but certainly a memorable brand and an easy logo

MixTapeMarket.com Almost every rapper puts out a mix tape a few times a year

Tidez.com No bids. Z is cooler than

Other Godaddy Domains With Bids

261126.com
5888463.com
acjecuador.org
ActualCafe.com
AlMagnus.com
AmericanCommercialCollege.com
AmicusUSA.org
BadGirlfriendBand.com
Be-at.com
BeechTreeGolf.com
BillAustin.net
Biokinosteo.com
BrideBingo.com
Cambeira.com
Carfreeinbigd.com
CobbsDental.com
ConnectTheCircuit.org
DigitalEspresso.com
EmailCustomerService.org
ErinCasey.com
FNRM.net
GameCastor.com
GolfGalaxyLessons.com
GuadalajaraCinemaFest.com
HestiaHomeBiogas.com
iic-uk.org
Indianshaadi.com
InvestmentPolitics.com
Itawamba.com
jbatlantic.com
joy4car.com
lex18avl.com
LittleEarthquake.net
MCRX.net
mortgagenetbranch.us
NewFijiFlag.com
NewsFlavor.com
NobilityTheseries.com
Orjinalton.com
Paraglading.com
Pitoche.com
Retsop.com
Revocalo.com
RGSeamlessGuttersMI.com
SaversPlus.com
SkillWallet.com
Skunkwerksentertainment.com
SkywatcherUSAcom
Stevietomatossportspage.com
tattooset.com
TheDailyDolt.com
TheIMNews.com
TheMarchesa.com
TopOfTheRockiesByway.org
tuescueladesalud.com
UBTravel.com
uTechday.com
VGAtoHDMIicable.com
WebGaffer.com
WhatSnewProYoung.com
WitchWay.net
Xavitas.com

 SEDO

YIG.com   No reserve so its going to sell

8DE.com   A lot cheaper than 8.de

BNX.com  Also going to sell.  The Chinese are going to love this one

Namejet Auction

KitchenRemodelers.com   They say that the best money you can spend on your house is in the kitchen and bath.  I say landscaping

Microfinanced.com   Since the rules changed regarding investments this domain got a whole lot more valuable

OhYeahBaby.com   A saying you hear people say out loud all the time.  19 bidders

Meltdowns.com   From coins to to your kids when you try and take them off the Merry Go Round

OysterMushrooms.com  2 bids.    An edible mushroom.  Won’t get you high but very delicious

Reggae.us   Evidently Reggae isn’t strong enough to overcome the .us.  No bidders

DSNN.com  Met reserve at $2500.  Love the double N .  News Network

Bikr.com  Pending Delete. I don’t know if they’ll get it but nice biker name

B6.org     More rare than a LL.org

NotHappy.com  Describes half the country

TheCradle.com  Another pending delete.  A lot of money in babies

SurvivalTips.com   Easy buildout.  One.  Take a lighter.  Two.  take twinkies.  They last forever

Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an emailI 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 me, Shane . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything I say is based on my own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or my opinion is correct. I hand choose my names but I am paid to make this list by 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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IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Saturday, March 25th and Domainer Ethics

Escrow.com

Domainer Ethics

Yesterday a friend contacted me about a domain that expired and was recently sold at Godaddy auctions. The name was being used for a Catholic elementary school website. It displayed upcoming fundraisers for the general public as well as internal school information for the students and parents to access.

Shortly after the completion of transaction, the domain that numerous children navigate to everyday, redirected to Russian porn.

I contacted the new owner of the domain, and they immediately took the porn redirect down, so I won’t mention which domain it was. It makes me think of the larger issue of domainer ethics and responsibility, not only to the industry but to society in general.

If Russian porn is how you make money, that’s fine, but if you’re going to use recently expired domains that had been running as websites up until the time they expired, make sure that they weren’t sites that targeted children.

I actually think that the porn redirect might simply be a sales ransom tactic. I found an article with a similar situation, the domain had expired and the previous owner found their real estate business  domain resolving to porn and basically had to pay the ransom to get the porn taken down.

I asked the new owners if it would be possible to get the School’s domain back for their website and they responded, “it might be possible, but it won’t be cheap, possible several grand”. I think that if you’re approached by a previous owner right after you obtain a name, especially if it was owned by a non profit organization, that it’s only reasonable to sell them back the name for a nominal price, taking into account your time and effort.

This brings up another point, the general public are clueless as to how a domain life cycle works. The school website didn’t resolve after it expired, but the volunteer that ran the site had no idea what the issue was. I’m sure they received several emails from Godaddy advising them that the name had expired.

We invest in domains to make money, some full time and some as a hobby. There are  plenty of opportunities to make money using ethical and non controversial methods.      

Main List

CookMyMenu.com

Names With Bids

FrontiersMedia.com

EuroPlayCasino.com

WorldHosting.com

Fotto.com  Phonetic for Photo, with an extra T

u1c.com   CCC

IronDome.com

Redrez.com

Worrk.com

TotalTek.com

SimplyFutbol.com

QuietDog.com

AllLot.com

Sovva.com

PetLessons.com

iCallit.com

FlightTrac.com

DesignHacker.com

shaket.com

BornToRace.com

xt57.com

Polymerize.com

InfuseFit.com

ExampleWear.com

WorcesterSauce.com

retvi.com

The No Bid List

AbleGuardian.com   Could be security or custody

AhZen.com  I like this name a lot, it’s short and starts with an contented “Ah”

AirMeasure.com  How much air do you have?

AllNaturalFlow.com  Herbal supplement for prostate health

AllThrills.com  Nothing but excitement

AppUSend.com

ArgueLess.com  A mediation of counselling name

AskTheSherpa.com  A Cyger spin off, you ask your domain question and get a qualified response. For a nominal fee your question will be answered by a panel of 3 Sherpa’s each with their own opinion and take on the question

AutoSimplify.com  Make things easier without any effort

BattleDarkness.com  The classic fight of light vs dart, good vs evil

BedShield.com  Keep the bed bugs from destroying your bed with the bed shield

Bugio.com  nice little 5L brand

BumOut.com  a vacation or relaxation name, Find a place  to bum out for the weekend

BuyOrgan.com  Need a new kidney? Go to BuyOrgan.com, hey it’s the black market and may have been stolen from a kidnapped tourist, but at least you’ll have your new kidney

CityForAll.com  Sell this name so a sanctuary city :)

CodeGamer.com An open source gaming website, where the members play and modify the games

CollapseRescue.com  If you have the misfortune of being a building that collapses, a Collapse Rescue team will come to get you out

CosyCat.com

CreditRevoked.com

CreditWill.com

Curbies.com

DailyDepot.com  A site that has new deals everyday

DeathYear.com  Find out the year that someone died, or preplan your own death by setting the date yourself

DegreeMax.com  An online college affiliate site

DoMister.com

DoMorrow.com   Old English, Will thou do thy bidding on the morrow?

EndConstipation.com  Sell prunes

FindTheHelp.com

FlightCritic.com  A blog of airline reviews

FullMeet.com

GenieVault.com  The only way in to this vault is with a wish

GhostPoop.com  Could be all over the place and you wouldn’t even know

GorillaTactical.com  Of all the words you could add to tactical to make a brand this one fits really well. It makes me think of freedom fighters or unconventional soldiers. I can also envision the logo, a gorilla dressed like Rambo, carry a saw ( Squad Automatic Weapon).

GreenRum.com all natural rum

HerdSmart.com  The name that knows how the crowd will act before they do

HumanTreasure.com

iLikeYouALot.com

Introvize.com

JustReason.com  I had a just reason in committing that crime

Kooshy.com

LavaTrip.com  A volcano travel name

LivesAtRisk.com

MeOnstage.com

MobileStriker.com  Strikes on the move

MonkeyCapital.com

MrsBunny.com  Mrs bunny has hundreds and hundreds of children

NextLabor.com

NoBaldness.com  regrow your hair or wear a visor.

NySuite.com  Sell a luxury suite in Ny

OnlineEstimator.com  Not sure what it’s estimating, could be anything

PandaPoll.com   Find out what Panda’s think about any given topic

PlentyPoker.com

PrepareTravel.com  Get ready to go

ReadyBuck.com  Cash available at a moments notice

RuralAttorney.com

RushPlumber.com  Have a leak? Call the rush plumber for help

SearchBasic.com

SepticEye.com  I had this done on a sewer line, they send a camera in to see what the problem is

ShuffleBot.com  A card shuffling robot, makes it impossible to count cards

SimplyProve.com

SoldierMemorial.com

Solitarily.com

SproutBot.com  A garden robot

StopTheMove.com

SuccessLesson.com

TellWine.com

TrainForward.com

TurboEquity.com

UltimateSurvive.com

UltraStimulation.com

VeryOptimistic.com

VistaDeluxe.com

WorldDepartment.com

Check out the rest of the Names With No Bids HERE 

Namejet

1Seed.com  If your looking for seeds, this one will show up first in the phone book…

Juiciness.com Makes me think of peaches. I prefer nectarines, no fuzz.

UltraStrip.com
PhotoDigital.com
AntiMedia.com
BuildTalk.com
ylww.com
ExaltedWord.com
SurvivalTips.com
GeoCampaign.com
DangerRanger.com
SexExplained.com
VocalEffects.com
GearSaver.com
TotalTour.com
AnimalEarth.com
HostSwift.com

Flippa/SEDO

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Your LLLL.coms of The Day

hlcn.com
raor.com
nlxo.com
mnzo.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

Nano.cc
xfyc.net
ltnj.net
oada.org
verc.org
Curl.inf

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

lyd.biz
k41.net

Brandables

Barooga.com
Bofeo.com
Capitor.com
Caweo.com
Cawio.com
Cervox.com
Chupoo.com
Dojum.com
Dulora.com
Ezotia.com
Fenob.com
Fepod.com
Fepof.com
Flavac.com
Fleos.com
Fozier.com
Frazza.com
Frecio.com
Fupox.com
Geceb.com
Gidian.com
Happyzo.com
Hebup.com
Ikest.com
Jigea.com
Laterer.com
Livty.com
Noyem.com
Pefot.com
Peleb.com
Pemef.com
Pobad.com
Refob.com
Retob.com
Rimig.com
Sbudz.com
Slivova.com
Stooza.com
Tarrg.com
Temep.com
Thyrium.com
Zerish.com
Zezda.com
Zixar.com
Zuluzo.com

MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE

Some Numbers

991120.com
137199.com
137399.com
137299.com
137599.com
800870.com
137099.com
36mk.com
rm79.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Lucks.org
Leader.biz
Widowed.net
Weirdos.org
Psychol.org
Koshers.net
Minority.cc
Integral.cc
Battalia.net
Bounties.org
Constitution.cc
Neurotransmitter.org

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

GetVaping.com
Vapulizer.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

48k.com

SmartNow.com

IMYB.com

YesFactor.com

PaddedRoom.com

BloggingGuide.com

NamePros

VanillaEspresso.com
ArmyKnives.net
CustomBuilders.net
GeocachingMaps.com
PowerMarketeer.com

FreelanceHires.com
CrowdRole.com
NewYorkHires.com
PendingDrops.com
ShippedGoods.com

MonthlyTasks.com
DoverAttorney.com
Abolish.net
MouldCompany.com
StrongTaste.com

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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday March 24th

Escrow.com

 

 

The gTLDs are causing a big problem in the auction market.  In order for an auction to proceed a buyer needs to know exactly what the cost to renew is.   And as I’ve stated before, not even the registrars know what the next renewal is going to cost on a high percentage of the names.  I think it is very important for an auction to contain the renewal cost for the upcoming renewal in the auction page.  But nobody is.  Travis and I were going to set up a site and an API for people to draw off for things exactly like this.  But it can’t be done.  Turns, out many registrars are literally calling to the registries to find out what the cost is on some domains and getting back to their clients.  Add in registries changing their prices on the fly with a few months noticed and it turns bidding on a gTLD to a game of guesses.  Its all so ridiculous and reason #238 why the aftermarket in New Gs has been bad.  Here are today’s names Click for current price

Quote Of The Day:  ” If you work 8 hours and sleep 8 hours, just make sure they’re not the same 8 hours  -T. Boone Pickens”

Portfolio Of The Day:   HUGE Portfolio of 299 Domains Published at Brandbucket.  Seller has had good success with his names

Domain Of The Day:   MapFarm.com      From farm maps to just a place to create maps of something

Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

DIYHomeRepair.com    What the entire Hardware store concept is built around

GrillMan.com   Solid brand for anything grill related.  If George Foreman wasn’t involved it would have been called this. 21 years old

WaterGames.com   18 years old. All the Google results for this show examples of all the different water games kids can play

CoffeeCoffee.com  I used to reg a lot of double keywords.  Only the big keywords ever sold.  This one is at four figures

SugarWall.com   Anyone over 40 is going to think Sheena Easton on this one

SilentSystem.com    I like systems that don’t make noise or draw attention

USAWebhost.com  Merica

Comfrey.com  An herb so also a good brand

ColoCode.com   Trying to figure out where all the bids are coming from.  I’m thinking its for Colorado Code.  Gets 500 visitors and has thousands of backlinks

PeakStar.com   Two buzzwords, one price

SearchQuote.com   Lead gen for bid on something

TheVancouverGuide.com   The hottest real estate city in North America after San Fran

InfinityGaming.com   Nice name for an app or video game manufacturer

 

Domains With One or No Bids

HogHunter.com Wild boar and hogs are so out of control that the government encourages hunting. And then private land owners let them get HUGE and have private hunting

SweetSeductions.com Sounds like a delicious sweet treat. No bids

ShitFire.com I’d buy something from this company

SaveOurMarriage.com Marriage Counselor or that’s all I got, marriage counselor

GayAlaska.com Sounds like a show on TruTV

BeyondIQ.com Quite a few things share this name. Solid brand for mental enrichment

TrumpAmerica.org It’s at least entertaining if anything. No bidders yet

SitePhotos.com Stock photos for your website

MakeABot.com Build a Robot. Sounds much more fun than making a Bear. $12

ILoveLeaf.com Passionate MJ smoker or eater

Other Godaddy Domains With Bids

121189.com
31214.com
AndroidApkapp.net
AudioRealms.com
BabyHomePages.net
BangaRealty.com
BBDJ.net
BigScene.com
bl3raby.com
BlogMarketingTactics.com
BSMF.net
ComfortMeBoutique.com
CraigMckay.net
CreatingHealth.com
CreativeUnlimited.com
CruiseAutos.com
css3files.com
cuinbelfast2016.org
Debatir.com
DSRN.net
eaere2012.org
ErinSlawIllinois.org
FalunArt.org
FHSensory.com
FloridaOceansCouncil.org
FlyBuilt.com
FuturePlay.org
hdsar.com
iLeatherworld.com
ILUY.com
IntelLinks.com
jaydeeguitars.com
jnephrol.com
Kiuas.net
LittleBigShotsSweeps.com
Massasjestudio.com
MilwaukeeIndyFest.com
MouseApp.com
Newater.com
Nome.org
Picaly.com
Play-Candy-Crush.com
PropertySurveyors.com
PurgedCrawfish.net
RickHansenRelay.com
RShealth.com
SearchForks.com
SketchPatch.net
SpaghettiNIBH.com
StyleBootstrap.info
TheeHenhouse.com
ThePizzaFinder.com
Traveleez.com
Truettonline.com
trxbands.us
ucm-group.com
UKBlackjack.com
UniformJS.com
UPSB.org
Vangelostudio.com
VehicleStandards.com
Voicell.com
VoteForCannabis.com
Webkatalogus.net
Weixinapp.com
WomenInPower.com
WorldHockeyTournament.com
Yes22.org

 

 SEDO

HUJA.com   A nice CVCV with a reasonable reserve.  Add to your collection

COBA.com   Much much higher quality CVCV but reserve is also much higher

Survival.Biz   If you are in the survival business then its the perfect name.  Reserve is met

Zenco.com   Company with name had some issues but other companies use the name too

Namejet Auction

Hora.com   Means Hour in Spanish.  Much more than just a CVCV.  Also 21 years old

AmericanCafe.com   Upgrade name for a lot of cafes that share the name

ForexJr.com    Forex names have done well for a decade because of the high CPC

ForexCommission.com    Forex comparison site

Conjuring.com   Has met reserve.   Magical name…..sorry

StudentAide.com    How they spell it in the UK.   Imagine how much this would be without the E . One bidder

BigElephant.com   Save a million by adding the word big to it

Working.net  Work drives the world.  Actually getting some great bids for a dot net

PlantZone.com  Been up for auction a lot.  I passed the first three times but not a bad name, I just have a lot of similar domains

Nikki.com  Here’s your chance to own a name.  And a decently popular one.  I used to know a girl named Nikki and guess you could say she…….

Bolso.com  Handbag in Spanish

DNAOnline.com  DNA is going to be a big part of medicine in the near future

CLSB.com  Great letters, reasonable reserve. What I like in a LLLL.com

886673.com886675.com and 886679.com   Repeating 8s at the beginning.  I really overpaid for my triple repeater but you win some and you lose a lot more in domain investing

TheLotusCafe.com   one million results for The Lotus Cafe

PotVendor.com  Nobody is really using this term in the legit industry but people still buy them

Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an emailI 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 me, Shane . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything I say is based on my own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or my opinion is correct. I hand choose my names but I am paid to make this list by 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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