DSAD.COM: IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Saturday, September 3rd

Sep 03 2016

Escrow.com

Holy crap this is a big list. There are a ton of good names without bids and a few with bids that are still good value.

Apparently there’s a rush on LLL and LLLL.info’s, I didn’t add the 4L’s there’s several hundred with bids and several LLLL net’s without bids.

It blows my mind every time I do this list, looking at some of the terrible names that have bids. I’m talking about the actual “word” domains. On an average day there might be 200-300 Godaddy names with bids, out of those I might like 10-15 percent. I’m not saying I’m a better domain picker than whoever is bidding on this crap, well maybe I am, but the point is there are names with potential and value everyday. You just have to look and dig a little bit. Luckily you can come here and easily find them, saving time and energy.

If you like a challenge don’t despair, you’ll still have to spend some time and energy going through this massive list. Happy Saturday 🙂

I’ll be attending  a wedding this afternoon. Good luck  Ryan and Alyssa, or whatever positive thing you’re supposed to say the morning of a wedding.

Main List

The No Bid List

123Customer.com  I think 123 is the best universal NNN combination. It makes me think easy or order. A site to easily manage customers or get new ones

247JobSearch.com  Look for a job all day and all night

3dSomething.com  Buy a 3d printer and make something, whatever you want

AHappyEvent.com  Weddings, birth, graduations are usually happy events

AllWearable.com  You can wear everything on this site

AndBuild.com  And now it’s time to build

Animate3d.com  make your cartoons 3d

AntiBills.com  I’m anti bills

ArchiveCloud.com  The cloud system where you store all the things you want but won’t use. It’s like  hoarding on the cloud

ARealRelief.com  Lot’s of things that you might need a real relief from

AssociateLeads.com

AWholeWorld.com

Bagable.com  Able to be bagged

BeerTraveller.com  Tour the world drink new and exotic beers

BestHydroponic.com   Grow things in water

BetterNoise.com  turns annoying noise into better noise

BigShorts.com  could be the the things you wear in the summer or an oxymoron

BlemishRemoval.com  This is a good one

BloodyNews.com  News from the battlefield

Boardsters.com  I like this for  a skateboarding site

BoxBitch.com  The person you make carry all the boxes

BrandyLover.com  delicious

BusinessMarketer.com  promote it

Buttless.com  Sell Butt implants with this name

BuyAFollowing.com  Lots of services that sell you twitter followers

ByNeed.com  The resources were distributed by need. A site that gives to those who are in need, according to their need.

CakeMastery.com  The site that helps you become a master of cakes

CampingManual.com  Don’t know how to camp? find out here

CashForChristmas.com  I had a part time job that would send emails every time there was an open shift, with the subject line “Earn cash or Christmas, or something along those lines, even in July.

CheckBoom.com Don’t know what it is buy it’s only two syllables and it’s probably something awesome

ChipPayment.com  I can’t swipe my bank card anymore at most stores, I have to insert the chip to make the payment

CivilianPatrol.com  Like the neighborhood watch

ClevelandCounsel.com  Need a lawyer or advice in Cleveland?

ClickStrategies.com  Strategies to get people to click on your site or ads

ClimbingBlog.com  Several Keyword +blog names today.

CloudBuckets.com  multiple buckets of cloud

CloudCompete.com  Racing Airplanes

CoachCourses.com   Learn to be a coach

CollegeDrunk.com  That special kind of drunk, where you video tape it, then put it online so it’s there for the rest of your professional life.

ConPago.com  With Payment en espanol

ContentRehab.com  get rid of outdated and obsolete content with content rehab

Creationista.com  Make cool things

CustomDriving.com   Drive the way you want to

DarkPotion.com  Sounds like a scary brand

DaysToLive.com  Like William Wallace tells us, “Every man Dies, no every man really lives”

DebateStuff.com  Debate whatever you want.

DexterBags.com  Ever watch Dexter? This are the bags that the body parts go into for disposal in the ocean

DigitalExchanges.com   Trade for all things digital

DiscountedDomain.com  Domain deals

DomainAuctionTips.com  Buy this name and make a competing auction picks site

DontLetOff.com   Balls to the wall, don’t let off the gas

DotFlipper.com  Another domain auction or sales site

Drugsta.com  Sell drugs?

Duelster.com  could be another fantasy sports site, or anything with head to head competition

eDigitalSignature.com  maybe repetitive, but you get the idea

eFreshers.com  electronic freshness

EliteFather.com  Take fatherhood to the next level

EmailBurst.com  A mass email spam tool

EmpowerPassion.com turn up the passion

EngineerCourses.com  Learn to be an engineer

EnhanceTeeth.com  grow fangs

EpicMoving.com  Good for a local moving company

EverTied.com  shoe laces for kids, they stay tied

ExtremeErections.com depending on how extreme you may need to see a Dr. Eventually they’ll have to let some of the blood out if you stay extreme for too long

FactsOnSmoking.com  A smoking cessation site

FancyTattoos.com  Not your Indian ink prison tats

FastNotSlow.com  Go fast not slow

FatZoo.com  A brand, or the place where animals that need to diet go

FireproofMonkey.com  This Monkey wears a nomex suit

FleaRemover.com  get ride of nasty fleas

FlyingBlog.com  your own site about your flying adventurers

FortuneSmart.com  Put your money to work the smart way

FreePromoPage.com  An online bulletin board

FruitTreeExpert.com

GetWiz.com

GreenSolarTech.com  a Martian that installs solar panels

GrooveWear.com  trendy clothing

Guruzu.com  A Guru brand

HackMarket.com  Tricks a shortcuts to the market

HealthyHighs.com  Get high with no adverse affects

HeHurtMe.com  what an a-hole, don’t take his shit

HelpRunMyLife.com  Sometimes it gets overwhelming, hire someone to tell you what to do

HikeCam.com  A few cam names on the board today

HikingCam.com

HireALacky.com  Everyone should have a lacky

HitFight.com also known as boxing

Hobline.com  a hobby news and information site

HolsterBelt.com  Put all kinds of things in your belt, just like Batman

HomeSaleSolution.com  a real estate name

HouseholdWorker.com  It’s probably you at this point, eventually you might be able to hire someone

HowToDoItEasy.com   Better than the hard way

HydrateBuddy.com  A bottle or camel pack type product

iBuyOnSale.com  A coupon and discount information site

iGetWomen.com   a Pick up artist site

ihateloans.com  It’s not the loan its the paying it back

iLaunchedIt.com  Tell the world about your idea that finally got off the ground. Or launch actual rockets

InfluenceMore.com  expand your influence

InstantCount.com  Find our how many there are right away

InstantFollow.com a tracker or something social

InSymphony.com  Goes together, like harmony

InternationalVoip.com  Call for free anywhere… like the 3 dozen apps that already to this

InternetRevenge.com  Lots of potential here, get back at them, online

Introspektive.com  In German

Investily.com  An investment brand

InvigorateYourLife.com  Do something unexpected like pay for the person behind you in line, or start a fight club

ItsForYourOwnGood.com  a service that kidnaps family members with addiction problems and takes them to a secure secluded cabin until they change

iWillifYouWill.com  Said millions of times everyday. “You going?”   “wasn’t going to, but I will if you will.”

JourneyZero.com  Don’t have to go anywhere, stay at home

KayakBlog.com  a blog about these unstable watercraft

KayakExperts.com  Another one

LeanStrong.com  Lean and strong, makes a good brand.

LetsTakeItEasy.com  I’m worn out, let’s take it easy today.

LicenseDigital.com  Virtual License, lighten your wallet, keep it on your phone

LilyWine.com  Wine made out of Lily’s

LittleHaus.com  Small house

LocoPlan.com  Crazy plan, Loco is one of those words that is understood by more than Spanish speakers

LogonLogoff.com

MajorTreat.com

MaleChauvinist.com  No bids, use it for an email

MarketNoise.com  market trends and gossip

Matchin.com  The way we really say it

MediaMonsters.com  Large media companies

Mentorized.com  You’ve been mentorized when someone teaches you something

MenWhoLead.com  A leadership training name

MigratingBird.com  Saw a few yesterday

MinuteBlogger.com  really quick article poster

MoneyEvolve.com  hope it evolves to something bigger and better

MovementTheory.com   a dance name, or maybe ergonomic name

MrCrusty.com  What’s printed on Crusty the clowns’ junk mail

MrsCrafter.com  The married lady that makes crafts

NeoTeach.com  New teaching

NetMend.com  Fix things on the internet or fishing nets

NotarySecure.com  You don’t have to worry about the signature being a fake

OneFits.com  This one fits

OneVisionForAll.com  a cooperative name

OrganicSage.com  an herb without any chemicals

OverwhelmingSuccess.com

Oxfordian.com  One who lives in Oxford

PandaTakeout.com  Chinese food

PineapplePit.com   Sounds like a Juice bar

PinkDeck.com  A gay bar?

PinRepin.com

PortaClass.com  Take these classes anywhere

PovertyTrends.com  Study what increases or decreases poverty

PremierDrugs.com  The best drugs money can buy

PremierSpecials.com  The best specials for your money

PublicAxis.com  The point that the public spins around.

RadioEvolution.com  Several stations with names like this

RadioIllinois.com  Plural, radio stations for Illinoi… 🙂

RedneckSpecials.com  The store with all things Redneck, sleeveless shirts, cut off jeans, mud, and country music

RestAfterwork.com  you’ve had a hard day time to rest

RetailCraft.com   The site that teaches the art of the retail business

RideShared.com  Past tense but still works

RighteousGod.com   good, upright, virtuous

RiverWright.com  I like this play on words. Probably not much use for it, but someone that builds or forges things for or on the river

SadJoy.com  bittersweet

Scatterer.com Hard to say Shotgun

SearchForSoulmate.com  Good luck

SeattleMovement.com  Trends coming out of Seattle, Seattle politics, Seattle exercise club

SelfJobs.com

SetupShowings.com  I think it only makes sense with the “s”, a site to coordinate real estate showings

SexualOasis.com  found in the midst of sexual desolation

ShoeWagon.com

SignedWithAKiss.com

SignOfGenius.com

SignsOfGenius.com

SitAndThink.com

SleepUtopia.com

Snapability.com

SnifferSensor.com

SnifferSensors.com

SocialCalculator.com

SocialMediaMktg.com

SolarHighlight.com

SoldierDefense.com  New gear that protects soldiers

SpillCleaners.com

SpinOhio.com  Biking in Ohio

Splattern.com

StackChoice.com

Stairz.com

StartDreaming.com  Wow, I can’t believe this doesn’t have bids. I should have left it off the list. I think it’s a great name.

StartMeditating.com

StartPlayer.com

StartRefocusing.com

Statery.com

StepInHarmony.com

StrongerForIt.com

StrongHug.com

StrongInk.com

Summerless.com  A dark place with no summer

SurveyVoters.com  Another good name, they do this everyday right now

SwiftRack.com

SwiftSector.com

SynergyMonkey.com

TableNook.com

TaxRefundClaim.com

TeckAssistance.com

TekPot.com

TeleSpam.com

TerribleStory.com

ThumbSwitch.com

TicketCreate.com

TimeForThat.com

TouristInsight.com

ToyDeveloper.com

TradersSource.com

TreatedWithLove.com

UltimateZipLine.com

UrlMax.com

VapeBuzz.com

VeggiBite.com

VividWhitening.com

VotingMonitor.com

WhiteHatHacks.com

WhyINeed.com

Wordanator.com  Makes up words

WorldsGreatestDiet.com

xMilitary.com

YeahYouRight.com  Yeah you right dawg, I am running out of time. There’s way too many names on this list

YesWalk.com

YouAskWeProvide.com

YouthGang.com

ZenPapa.com

ZeroZit.com

Names With Bids

AllOneHeart.com

Anonyomizer.com

BikingCam.com

BusinessNetworker.com

CafeLife.com

Calendric.com

ComfortFurnace.com

EatingManna.com

EduProfiler.com

FollowTheProcess.com

FreePhysical.com

FxCart.com

GameWing.com

HirePick.com

HomeLivingSpace.com

InnerGames.com

ipiranga.com

JoinPeek.com

MyMedicationList.com

ObstacleCourse.com

OnlineCashLoans.com

PerfectMarketing.com

PunShed.com

RadioPrivacy.com

RealtySeal.com

SailingData.com

ScreensaverGallery.com

SeoPlacement.com

Skeptive.com

SocialColleague.com

SparkBit.com

TaxTrex.com

UpscaleMarketing.com

WalkingCam.com

WellBridal.com

Whats-On.com

WpWork.com

Namejet

TheLemur.com

RoomWorld.com

PrivateCloudSolutions.com

gradeviewer.com

helpfilter.com

anlt.com

Directions.com

Briefs.com

ImplantSpecialist.com

BiggerWorld.com

GreenBeans.com

Errata.com

OldBlues.com

PetMonitor.com

OnlineBuddy.com

TimeMaster.com

accounta.com

WalkTheWorld.com

ResellerAccount.com

poddie.com

FirstOrigin.com

TextilePaint.com

ImMyOwnBoss.com

ReplacementRoof.com

MissUnique.com

Flippa/SEDO

CrazyFans.com

yen.xyz

BedFix.com

Save Money With Daddy Bulk Domain Registration

Your LLLL.coms of The Day

pnvk.com
afff.com
iyex.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

gltu.net
dtvm.net
dsma.net
wanj.net
lwir.net
nlra.net
pgaf.net
vpai.net
bhmi.net
aqdy.cc
miam.cc

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

iwx.info
zbr.info
zhj.info
zjr.info
ztj.info
kyq.info
qrh.info
xtk.info
zji.info
znw.info
zvn.info
kxi.info
lqq.info
xej.info
yhv.info
zdc.info
zjf.info
kxs.info
lzb.info
xih.info
yzw.info
zgp.info
zjm.info
zqu.info
bpx.info
ejg.biz
vhz.info
xuu.info
lek.me
zbu.info
zhn.info
znf.info
ztu.info
ixm.info
kzj.info
zfj.info
zjj.info
zjn.info
zpq.info
zvp.info
kxj.info
lxf.info
xgg.info
yoq.info
zjo.info
zrz.info
euy.info
kxw.info
pjx.info
xjg.info
zbn.info
zhc.info
kxg.info
lkx.info
ykp.info
vxa.info
xzr.info
zbz.info
zje.info
zjd.info
znj.info
zvc.info
xhz.info
yyo.info
zgd.info
zjk.info
zjw.info
zqq.info
zzl.info
kxn.info
lxh.info
bllbx.com
fxxxd.com
mmddz.com
xfyyw.com
xxwnn.com
yrqkw.com

Brandables

Acetos.com
Atimeo.com
Besoyo.com
Bowity.com
Canria.com
Carmillia.com
Cudelo.com
Drivento.com
Esconi.com
Fedajo.com
Framous.com
Kutma.com
Limpsa.com
Lontron.com
Luxottic.com
Myotics.com
Neostetic.com
Nutriara.com
Osenta.com
Peligram.com
Poccet.com
Qohana.com
Revoxo.com
Rufero.com
Shalso.com
Sqrilla.com
Swivol.com
Taveti.com
Tozili.com
Vergonia.com
Vertality.com
Vikmo.com
Whateo.com
Winler.com
Yabies.com
Yudial.com
Zepzin.com
Anicestry.com
Feliciana.com
Okoso.com
Pezoz.com
Varsar.com
Zidoo.com

MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE

Some Numbers

668587.com
668717.com
498887.com
220158.com
061306.com
8882880.com
4333222.com
5888988.com
0038.co
0163.co
0228.co
3615.co
5057.co
6694.co
7589.co
7798.co
8856.co
9071.co
9269.co
9318.co
9398.co
9785.co
9897.co
7009.info
6219.info
39999.co
77177.co
66966.co
28188.co
88810.co
y768.com
x003.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Bakeshop.us
Charitable.biz
Chelp.org
Composter.us
CoolCreations.org
Crawlers.us
Customization.me
Diagram.biz
Domer.net
Drink.ws
DriversWanted.org
KeepStrong.org
Legendary.me
LovingKindness.org
OrganDonor.me
Orra.co
Phobia.me
Physics.ws
Sley.info
Stalkers.info
Suggestion.me
Swapped.us

Swapped.co
BicycleAlliance.org
BigPromo.org
Dervish.net
pandab.org
SaveJobs.org

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

BuddyWeed.com
DarkCannabis.com
MediVapor.com
VapeDork.com
VeganEscape.com
VeganSpaces.com
VrClaim.com
VrForms.com
VrHomeSell.com

Snap Names

DayCare.net

UpperDeck.net

LovePot.com

MemoryTiles.com

SteamStation.com

NamePros

Recalled.net

VPWQ.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

Share This

About the author

I grew a beard while I was on vacation. I had to shave it off to go back to work.

View all articles by Josh E

4 comments

  1. Paul

    There is something special (and probably only available in the domain space) about purchasing a domain for $12 or less and selling for $,$$$.

    Where else in the world can you do that?

    Thanks for your hard work.

  2. Domainer

    That return is also available by buying a lottery ticket. And, the probability of getting that return on domains is the same as getting it from a lottery ticket.

    Most of the low cost domains are worthless but there might be one or two winners ($ x,xxx) on the list.

    As the lottery states – you got to play, to win.


    1. Post author
      Josh E

      Richard, I think a better gambling analogy is BlackJack and counting cards. You could probably wholesale over half the names for a profit. The reality is too many Domainers write off the biggest group of end-user buyers, the $900-$2500 range buyer. Ask Shane, he thought I was crazy too, (well probable still does a bit) but I’ve shown him time and time again the type of names that I sell. Obviously it’s not an exact science, and there are a lot of names listed just because I think they’re funny, and some that will never sell, but the key is envisioning a use or a brand and going from there. In that regard it is a gamble per name, but as a system it’s very profitable.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *