DSAD.COM: IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Saturday, October 1st

Oct 01 2016

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Fishing all day for salmon is hard work, it’ll wear you out. I was a little sore in the back from the casting repetition and in the legs from navigating the rocky river bed, in the fast current, trying not to fall and drown. I try and go salmon fishing every year, it’s a good time and it’s only about a 4 hour drive.

I sold a .pics domain on the Uniregistry market yesterday. I had left the name expire and it was in RGP. I had to pay $62 to recover the name and only made a $30 off the sale, but I  paid $1 for the name and it was only 5 minutes of work to get it out of redemption. The crazy thing is that the RGP for .pics is 180 days long. The name had expired in June and still hadn’t dropped, which makes me curious to find out the redemption length of other GTLD’s. 180 days seems like a long time, but it works for me, I have an extra half year to maybe win the lottery and sell them.

Have a great weekend, click the links and buy some names. I broke one of my fishing poles and need to buy a new one.

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Main List

The No Bid List

AcneCreme.com  Product name, applied liberally it creates a mask so it doesn’t matter if it actually works. No one will see the acne

ActionForAll.com  I’m thinking of a political brand, we take action for all. Maybe a legal name

AgeOfDigital.com  Stone age, Bronze age, Digital age

AnyTimer.com  I see this as a person for service that’s available anytime “call the Any Timer, He’s always available”

ArtisticPath.com   The way of the artist

AutomobileUpgrade.com   Bling your ride

BeanChip.com  Chips made out of beans

BicyclePedal.com  You could sell pedals, but I think it works as a brand. Maybe a play on words,  “Peddle” Bikes so it would be Bicycle Seller

BrainBruise.com  When this happens you might not be able to remember the word “concussion”

BrainSculptors.com  A name for tutors? or brain games

BrandingStartups.com   A keyword name to sell brandables?

BrewCan.com  A beer or iced tea

BrokerNo.com  Broker number or No i don’t need a broker I’ll sell it myself

BrownRug.com  Originally the rug was white

BuilderOfDreams.com Make your dreams a reality

BusReservations.com  If you have some strange desire to travel by bus across the country

BuzzAttic.com  Storage for all your buzz things

CanWeEatThis.com   ? A site that identifies mushrooms you can eat

CareerSprout.com   A job name that grows careers, or jobs in growing industries

ChangeThatName.com  A site for outbound domain sales. Find sites with crap domains and solicit them to change their name

CiteWorks.com  reference where you found your information

CocaineTester.com  Need to know if you bought the real stuff?

ComedyPad.com   A funny house? a note pad with jokes

ComplainServices.com  Feel like complaining to lots of people but don’t have the energy? Use complain Services to get all of your complaining done quick.

CookSlim.com  Low calorie cooking

DailyCreditReports.com  For those obsessed with their FICO, they can have a fresh report emailed to them daily

DebtOfLove.com  Lending money to family, or maybe sacrifice of some sort

DeedRegistry.com  Look up deeds

DenverTreeCare.com  GEO tree name

DirtyOldSailor.com  Sounds like an IPA, (citation: Shane) or maybe a bar at the shore

DoggyGrub.com Trendy Dog food that’s twice as expensive

DoneOver.com  rehab? remodeling

DontHireThem.com   This would be a cool site. A list of shitty employees and a warning not to hire them

DontRushMe.com  I’ll get it done in my own time

DoucheStar.com  Not just a douche but a bright shining douche

DragonCommander.com  A game or book

DreamStrategy.com  The plan to achieve your dreamssalmon river

DroneRebuild.com  Drone parts for when you crash it

DrunkHamster.com  another IPA name

EasyQuickFit.com  connectors of some sort

EmployGuru.com  a job name

ExclusiveDining.com  Make them feel like their special by taking them to diner at a restaurant on ExclusiveDining.com

EyesForYouOnly.com  I don’t even notice other women

EZHarmony.com

FinallyRelief.com   An itch cream, heartburn, pain

FlickTheSack.com  A painful game

FreeRealm.com  sounds like another game. The realm not ruled by the dark lord

FunnelBuild.com  build your marketing funnel

FxDigest.com  stay up to date on the latest FX

GamesVenue.com  Where you play sports, the “s” kinda works

Generalizable.com  This is one word I think, no idea what you would do with it.

GoldCoinz.com  Not too bad here, lots of money in gold and it’s only off by one letter.

GourmetDiscount.com  A couple of names to save on exotic food

GourmetDiscounts.com

GreenScenery.com  Get out of the city and look at some trees

GroinDeodorant.com  You know this is a good idea. Everyone gives a little shot of spray down there… right?

GrowSecure.com  A brand for a weed grow setup that won’t get raided or stolen

HalfwayBetween.com  Right in the middle

HelpAWidow.com  Probably won’t be able to sell this, but it would make a good name for a non profit that helps widows.

HelperForce.com

HelpingDad.com

HorseWeekly.com  A name to help with betting on the ponies

iChubby.com

iLoveThisTruck.com  Auto manufacturer buys this for lots of money and sets up a testimonial site about their brand of trucks. Owners talk about how great they are.

InsulationPro.com  A service name for insulation installers

InteractiveNet.com  looks like a decent name for learning maybe, anything online where you do more than just look at pics

InteriorRescue.com  Does your home look like it’s still living in the 80’s? Rescue it

InterMemo.com  internal business memo app

JumboRental.com  Big tent rental?

JumpGlobe.com  a world travel name

KeepToTheRight.com   Directions? The right thing? Conservative?

LeadNational.com  The company that’s leading the country in something

LearnBlue.com   Learn blue what? I don’t know but they like colors

LearnHydro.com  hydroponics, hydro-power, H2o in general

LearningMyWay.com I like this one as a site that determines the best learning style for you. Then gives you tips to adapt your study and learning environment making it more effective.

LearnToShare.com  Good name for teaching kids, or anyone the value of sharing.

LegalVista.com  Legal view

LifeCanBeMore.com  Don’t sell your self short by looking for domains all day

LuckyToad.com  another IPA?

MarriagePro.com  Not  very many out there, but there are a few

MicroNaps.com  very short periods of sleep. Some people take micro naps while driving

MoneyMess.com  fix your money mess

MostAfflicted.com  Those with the biggest problems

NachoSalsa.com  Needs to have cilantro

NachoSpot.com  the best nachos in town

NewNovo.com

NoBreakdowns.com  it keeps on running

NoJump.com  Have someone ready to jump off a bridge? quickly reference the right things to say by going to the no jump app

NotProper.com  Come on man, you’re wearing cut of jeans and a Metallica shirt to the wedding, it’s just not proper.

OddCrowd.com  a motley crew of people gathered together. They’re not really odd themselves, but it’s odd to see them together

OrderFulfill.com  A service like fulfillment by Amazon. You sell products online, but don’t have the time to package and ship them. This service stores and ships your orders for you.

OurWeddingPage.com  A personalized page for wedding photos

PaidPerSurvey.com  Get paid to do market research

PickYourPuppy.com  Get a new dog

PlayerExpress.com  The way all the players travel

PlayToKeep.com  like play for keeps, your not messing around here, it’s serious

PokerExchange.com  The place you can change your poker chips in for real money

PollChoice.com  A polling service

PremierEssence.com  A delightful scent

PuroWater.com  expensive filtered water

PuttyPatch.com   A pre-made patch so you don’t have to knead the putty yourself

QualifiedLoan.com

RapidStressRelief.com  syringe filled with valium

Remask.com  But the mask back on

RentOurRide.com  A peer to peer car rental app

RideAnalysis.com  Get the stats from your last trip

RollNumbers.com a craps name

SaveAPatient.com  Don’t let them die

ScarCoverup.com  like remask but for scars

SchoolTonight.com  A learning options for those that have day jobs

ShaneIsAwesome.com  He is isn’t he?

Sixtes.com  missing a letter

SkillCove.com    the beach with all the skills

SmoothFamily.com  A site that helps you live and work as a family with less confrontation and better communication

StatsReview.com  software or an app that helps organize your stats so you can read them better

SummerDome.com  A greenhouse?

SyncGroove.com  Because out of sync groove is a bad idea

TechDown.com  Anytime Tech isn’t working you can visit this site for answers.

TemptYourself.com  chocolate

TheGreenHippie.com

TotalStemCell.com  nothing but stem cells here

TravellerCafe.comIMG_5269

TrekSafer.com  Don’t get eaten by bears

TrendValley.com

UltimateFireplace.com

UniBuilt.com

VechTech.com

VillageWives.com  All the ladies in town getting together for tea

VineGrape.com

VineStocks.com  store your wine

VisitCabos.com

WageThief.com  Taxes

WetLocker.com  store your scuba gear

WiredFolk.com

WrapBurger.com  all your favorite burgers now in wraps

ZiggyRig.com

Names With Bids

AweProject.com

BestProbiotic.com

BigRedSpark.com

Blogotory.com

BuyersBrokerage.com

CloudManufacturing.com

ConnectUp.com

CraftingSite.com

CushyLife.com

CyberWebServices.com

DrivingHistory.com

DroneLondon.com

eHart.com

FamilyChildcare.com

FreeDailyDevotion.com

FullRights.com

GogoWalk.com

GolfingGames.com

Growerz.com

HideTheInternet.com

HomeKarma.com

JoinHere.com

LocketCam.com

LocksmithTraining.net

MediaPictures.com

NoviceRacer.com

PigAndHen.com

PrimeAlgorithm.com

ProfileWorld.com

RateHappy.com

RocketAway.com

RocketQuest.com

SilentRhino.com

SpaceTiger.com

Squibit.com

Stipper.com

TerminalBlockConnector.com

ThisIsCuba.com

UsBones.com

VerySpecialMoment.com

WantFans.com

WomensPlace.com

WristCandy.com

Namejet

Patrons.org  A person that supports or sponsors others

iSearch.net  I like it, I search the net

AnalyzeLife.com

BlueZig.com

DefiantChild.com

EarthRiches.com

EstateOwners.com

FindAmbition.com

GoodMarriage.com

HelpCom.com

InstantIdeas.com

LivingWear.com

Manliest.com

MeetEverybody.com

MeetEveryone.com

MindPowerful.com

PayrollPower.com

RealLaw.com

RivieraCasino.com

Sailing.me

SexGear.com

ShootClub.com

SimpleHebrew.com

TekPad.com

TourNapa.com

TownArea.com

Unstamp.com

WackySpace.com

Druply.com

Dolmer.com

Vobelo.com

Nobomo.com

Parqio.com

Linksia.com

Squileo.com

JrJoe.com

UpNow.com

eej.com

ocy.com

iys.net

ufq.net

oaec.com

rioc.com

evuo.com

hcdg.com

ijnv.com

jejn.com

usoj.com

amcw.com

asft.com

awij.com

dddp.com

Flippa/SEDO

SteelRings.com  buy all your steel rings in one place

soleil.io

goy.net

oom.net

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newx.com

iazz.com

gxsi.com

cvxc.com

mnxi.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

pspc.net

fkbt.cc

lcph.cc

gchi.org

vizl.me

rews.us

xjav.net

grtv.net

ainl.net

bxbb.info

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

bjcqt.com Beijing

dtwfw.com

glzhw.com

jslgw.com

lryyy.com

mckkw.com

shgkg.com Shanghai

shkfk.com  Shanghai

xpjpw.com

yyxff.com

yszdh.com

gnu.cc

iie.co

vrr.biz

jip.biz

geh.biz

Brandables

Anthalia.com

Appsurd.com

Bebbiz.com

Bikli.com

Blocol.com

Dankia.com

Dittz.com

Doxid.com

Dymics.com

Exexy.com

Favitor.com

Fivita.com

Fizzex.com

Heneta.com

Inhook.com

Jetoom.com

Kennko.com

Muqad.com

Naubo.com

Nazimi.com

Niims.com

Nozzers.com

Oolea.com

Oppiq.com

Purchazo.com

Retoya.com

Rivexa.com

Senativa.com

Slizzer.com

Snardle.com

Soldli.com

Sqirly.com

Suthex.com

Sykex.com

Tibyo.com

Timiro.com

Tunimo.com

Verizeo.com

Vesiti.com

Zapano.com

Zedup.com

Zombila.com

Zottoh.com

Besoro.com

Busley.com

Consad.com

Cysod.com

Daxers.com

Flaims.com

Nuvok.com

Pidet.com

Snuth.com

Tweky.com

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51522.com

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258368.com

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258042.com

8880886.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Beanstalk.co

Binary.cc

Bottlers.org

FunMarijuana.com

Handbag.biz

Issuers.org

MakeMeLaugh.net

Operated.org

Poros.org

Stamping.biz

Teleports.org

Tests.ws

VideoDrone.org

WaterRestrictions.net

Sonara.tv

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

VapingFact.com

VapingFacts.com

VaporTrack.com

WeedKills.com

ElVape.com

WeedChic.com

Snap Names

Rotonda.com

MissUkraine.com

TheDailySpecial.com

MegaAward.com

GiveHerARing.com

BattleCrypt.com

vvcq.com

ZenDJ.com

WritingStudio.com

Semetra.com

DeepRoom.com

MoonlightSerenade.com

JobNinja.com

zlul.com

NetPast.com

OnlyGive.com

CashYear.com

LeftChat.com

QuangDung.com

RoyalPick.com

BondFusion.com

FightPhobia.com

LossProtect.com

FamousSights.com

DataVerified.com

DataEmergency.com

PersonBuilder.com

PurpleLeather.com

NamePros

Knucky.com

Arabian.io

Nahty.com

LawLicenses.com

kiss.ae

ArchitectWork.com

uHood.com

Uarty.com

DiscountMarketing.net

SelfDrivingVan.com

hqze.net

LegalResponsibility.com

Auditoriums.co.uk   14 domains with a $39 BIN for all 14

LocalBakery.net

JunkSnacks.com

SocialMediaServer.com

Dawwo.com

ArmyRobot.com

AUP.io

VillaFor.sale

 

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