DSAD.com: Ike’s List of Domains at Auction for Saturday, June 11th

Jun 11 2016

Escrow.com

One of the challenges of selling domains is setting the right price. Is it too high? Could I have gotten more? Should I list it with a BIN or wait for offers to come in?  

I don’t know what the right answer is, I’ve sold domains all different kinds of ways. In the past I’d get a sale from a BIN price and think, “wait, maybe I should have put it higher” maybe that person really wanted the name and would have paid 10x’s as much.

I really don’t think about that anymore, maybe a little bit, but I’m glad for the sale and I know that there are an infinite amount of names that could potentially be sold.  

I have a mix of strategies, most names have a BIN price somewhere. If an inquiry comes in through the landing page at Uniregistry it usually doesn’t a buy it now price. I’ve been able to sell names for more than I have them listed at other platforms because the buyers never checked anywhere else and I was able to adjust the price.

The bottom line is that I sell more names with BIN prices and more the lower the prices are. Selling a name for $5-10K that you paid $8 for  is great, but so is selling a name for $1-2k or even $100.

Know who your target audience is, there are tons of decent names that someone will pay you a couple thousand dollars. Some names you can hold longer and try to get a lot more.

Pricing names is always a work in progress, if you apply what you learn and don’t get too greedy you’ll move forward. Selling names for any price is the best way to move forward and increase your experience, and remember, there are alway more names to find and sell. Click for current prices

Flippa/Sedo/Other

UrbanUniversity.com The College that’s down town right in the middle of all the action

CreditMoney.com Two High CPC words meshed together

CVIK.com Kinda looks like Civic but not quite

FOR OTHER GREAT NAMES FOR SALE MAKE SURE TO VISIT CAX.COM

Namejet

Insured.tv  Videos on Insurance money saving tips 

nnskk.com  AABCC pattern 

BuyDealerDirect.com   Get deals right from the dealer, cut the middle retailers out 

Stunts.org  Nice Short one word org, Learn about doing stunts, maybe a school for stunts 

Oakville.org 25 million google search results, many Towns in the US named Oakville 

Nutrient.net  A healthy eating site 

MedicareHandBook.com Medicare can be confusing, this site helps people figure it out 

MuscleRelaxant.com  Massage site, or an natural herb or tea that relaxes you

828021.com  8’s and 2’s 

MonsterLand.com  Like Jurassic Park but scarrier  

Main List

SexyGene.com I don’t possess this genetic makeup

QuikPad.com Take notes quik with the Quik Pad

CashCrib.com Treat your cash like a small child, or pay cash for your house

EndBetter.com Try it again but with a better ending this time.

SkyCache.com Like cloud but we’ve moved to the whole sky. A service like CloudFlare makes your site faster by virtual caching

HopCard.com I think this is an actual thing for riding public transit

TouchingHistory.com I like this name for something like Colonial Williamsburg or a museum

CreditBot.com The robot that gives you cash, but chases you down if you don’t pay the vig

CustomShave.com Sell personalized shaving supplies

DevelopMyDomain.com Perfect, you can start a business developing domains into sites. Just don’t charge thousands of $$ for crap or no work.

EnjoySpring.com The season of new life

GoOpportunity.com

KeywordSearcher.com The new tool for keyword research

RenewedVitality.com live life to the fullest, or a little purple pill

EatShitMoron.com Because moron’s love the taste

CaliforniaPipes.com Motorcycle exhaust systems or Compton crack pipes

ElectricalKettle.com Very specific but if you’re selling them it’s a good name, $1800 estibot

FuseSuccess.com Seems like a nice brand for coaching or self help

DebtStack.com

ComeToRealize.com I’ve come to realize that you can find great domains without spending that much money, if you do the work, or know where to look

DrugTestSupplies.com Test yourself, your kids of your employees

GoldProfiteer.com I’m thinking it’s a brand for investments of some kind, maybe gold but could be anything.

GamingTutorial.com Learn how to beat your favorite video games

iLoveMobility.com I like this name as a marketing site for scooters or hove-a-rounds for the elderly.

LocallyLocated.com Probably a directory type site, but I think it sounds good

MonsterFish.com Fishing or a brand for anything

monsterfishdsad

LuxuryCarReview.com Review and advertise for high end vehicles

LikeRealEstate.com Who doesn’t like real estate?

NetworkerPro.com The service that runs the Cat 5 or a linked in type site.

NonGluten.com It’s all Gluten free these days

OptimalHelp.com The best help

OptimalSight.com Laser Vision? Optics, scopes

ABCInvestigation.com Old school yellow pages hacking,

ActuallySmart.com I thought that guy was an idiot, but he’s actually smart

BattleDebt.com For some people debt is a battle that they need help to fight.

CaffeineZone.com A coffee house, their budget is probably only a few hundred bucks, but I would go there.

CloudRivals.com An affiliate site that compares cloud services

CohesiveBandage.com The generic name for band-aid

CollectionTrader.com The site that brings collectors together, maybe you’ll find that super rare piece you’ve been looking for.

CustodyPros.com A custody attorney site, If you’re fighting for custody you’d call these lawyers.

DazzleCash.com When your daughter glues beads to your cash

DonationByText.com Set up a service that lets organizations collect money via text

EatDrinkDubai.com The best restaurants in the UAE

EditorCheck.com I should have an editor check my grammar.

EnjoyThePain.com A workout site, no pain no gain?

ExtendedIncome.com Keep the money rolling

FamilyLawPros.com Just like Custody Pros, buy them both

FemaleSexAppeal.com Use this to sell domains.

FlipThisHome.com It’s ok, lots of house flipping names out there

GoodEden.com Produce? Plants, gardening

GreenIntuition.com Recycling, or good at growing things

HometownTouch.com A local magazine, local crafts and gifts

HonorAndPride.com

HopeInTheDark.com

IncurablePain.com A support group blog for people with chronic pain, or a lead gen site for medical canna

JavaBrewhouse.com Another coffee house name for a business with no money, donate it to a friend that runs a coffee shop.

LiveLifeHuge.com Reminds me of Brave-heart, every man dies, not every man really lives, or something like that.

MountainCowboy.com

MuscleCardio.com Fitness name

OfCloud.com Might be a stretch, but it has cloud in it

OnlineClassical.com Could be anything, music, books

OpenRestaurants.com Restaurant directory if you do that kind of thing

PopToon.com Musical cartoons

PowerPuzzle.com The jigsaw puzzle that shocks you when you try and put the wrong pieces together.

ReducedPrice.com Everyone wants to think their getting a deal.

RideTab.com Uber credit line

SealStuff.com Clothing and funny hats for seals. Or zip-lock bags

SecretCodex.com Send messages to your friends online in code. They go online and decode the message. You have to send them the decoder ring

SecretOfMagic.com Sell magic online, or teach people the tricks

Semihot.com Not really hot, kinda hot, OK

SeoWebsiteSolutions.com Because SEO for anything other than websites seems like a bad idea

SimpleHairdos.com The barber that only charges $5 but he picks the style and it’s that same for everyone.

SocialBad.com The “My Bad” for social networks

SocialWinds.com what’s trending in your social world?

StrongerSolution.com When the normal solution just won’t cut it.

TellMeWhatToDo.com If you have no idea what to do, hire someone to figure it out for you.

TexasCleaners.com Don’t mess with Texas

TheGourmetBurger.com If you have an awesome burger “The” adds some authority to it.

TofuYou.com Soy products for vegans

TouchBoom.com Unstable dynamite

TradePages.com Like C-list

TravisDaily.com Travis gives programming advice every day.

TurnScrews.com Not sure if it has any value, but this is what you do with them. Lefty loosy, Righty tighty

UltimateFlipper.com A really great spatula

VirtualGrab.com, VirtualGrabs.com

WhoWantsADeal.com Everyone wants a deal

Special Domain Shane ONLY Coupon…….. CODE IS DDCDS2015 Good 30% off Discount Domain Club to get the lowest renewal prices Godaddy offers (DDC)

Your LLLL.coms of The Day

OMJA.COM
KXOM.COM
HVYT.COM
ZKUZ.COM
OQYF.COM

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

CWLB.NET
TDTC.ORG
EUAA.NET
WTLG.ORG
JHOP.NET
JPMT.ORG
UIDA.NET
SLQH.ORG
KLAD.NET
YNYK.ORG
LOBT.NET
HQGW.ORG
SIXM.NET
MYCP.INFO
KRUD.NET
KNNN.INFO
NKPA.NET
HGTM.INFO
YCOT.NET
BJGS.INFO
HGGW.INFO

LLL’s

ACQ.BIZ
FIJ.INFO
VQF.INFO
WPO.INFO
XWK.CC

LLLLL’s

HDLWW.COM
MMSTM.COM
SHKMN.COM
JMCKW.COM
MTJTW.COM
YYYKJ.COM
KHYXW.COM
RBYXW.COM
YYYKJ.COM
SHKMN.COM

Brandables

WinterPlex.com
Motubo.com
Apooz.com
Oixie.com
Bexmo.com
Rehigo.com
Bitulo.com
Rigget.com
Dalzu.com
Sanxy.com
Droomz.com
Sedzy.com
Equiller.com
Sojasa.com
Eumux.com
Truffer.com
Faulas.com
Upulo.com
Fibido.com
Vendloo.com
Freelio.com
Viplea.com
Gazein.com
Vopaz.com
Hafiq.com
Voxoro.com
Hagglo.com
Yigig.com
Hostulo.com
Yokabi.com
Ignitos.com
Ziooo.com
Jejop.com
Zollex.com
Jetwav.com
Emprezzio.com
Kepogo.com
Switchity.com
Lajaz.com
BigRocka.com
Mizut.com
ZoneTap.com

Some Numbers

76413.com
123912.com
520675.com
05611.com
223928.com
521001.com
74220.com
363568.com
521586.com
81471.com
728568.com
528514.com
330999.com
001325.com
533830.com
688866.com
010604.com
550340.com
233167.com
016880.com
595055.com
858163.com
017289.com
608133.com
831899.com
023778.com
621602.com
838138.com
023878.com
641015.com
551233.com
023887.com
673240.com
595515.com
053203.com
689309.com
919515.com
053998.com
691668.com
535515.com
079708.com
811012.com
199858.com
088577.com
813033.com
987566.com
088677.com
848499.com
996657.com
116338.com
860554.com
227751.com
118044.com
860835.com
255898.com
118050.com
867281.com
989837.com
118060.com
883455.com
622663.com
118124.com
925800.com
636376.com
118141.com
931213.com
996652.com
180214.com
936968.com
996653.com
194500.com
955844.com
118131.com
288167.com
982013.com
231265.com
324520.com
990701.com
138815.com
363996.com
996650.com
616786.com
373488.com
22030.org
986189.com
401404.com
22040.org
569685.com
448859.com
2880.org
505255.com
832.io
517750.com

One Worders Other Extensions

Cells.me

Chica.us

Hoops.biz

Humidity.us

Knocker.cc

HouseLoan.info

SpookyWorld.net

BikeTrail.net

Horses.cc

GymTrainer.org

FamilyDental.info

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and Now VR

DailyVapors.com

HempPerfection.com

HerbaVape.com

NativeVapors.com

VeganJunction.com

vrber.com

VRPsychic.com

VRAtmosphere.com
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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4 comments

  1. Keith DeBoer

    Hey Josh, I really like your comments about pricing. I think many of us over price especially when we are just starting. Many newbies hand reg low quality stuff and price at $5K to $10K. Then after a year of no sales they quit domaining. Instead, I tell newbies to put BINs on everything and price between $95 and $495. Over a year’s time this should generate a few sales and does two things: 1) It creates cash flow and pays you back for all the junk you hand regged. 2) Builds your confidence and shows you that the system really works. Then as our valuation skills and market knowledge increase we buy better names and price them realistically and build on our small successes.


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      Josh E

      Thanks Keith. That’s a great strategy and plan, I think that would help a lot of new domainers. At the right price any low quality domain has at least a chance to sell.

  2. Fatih Ozturk

    At the end of 5 years my decision is every product should have a price. Pricing the product based on inquirers id is insulting saying the least.

    This maybe is against all things Domain King has said but i think it is true. Domain King is the lottery winner and should not be taken as industry standard.

    Our product is not different then buying cheese from the market No market prices cheese based on customers wealth and neither should we.

    Being greedy has cost me almost 50K in unfinished sales where the buyer bought another name.

    Yes it is not easy to learn “domaining” but it is not rocket science for sure and it is not harder then developing a project on a domain as i did once.

    I only unprice names that i think i have a strong chance to use for a project.

    Other than that all my domains do have price from now on and i dont think i will change this.

    So what if i learn it was IBM that bought my domain for 1K? I wont feel any different than IBM buying a car from me if i was a car salesman.:)

    my two cents…

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