DSAD.COM: IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Tuesday, August 2nd

Aug 02 2016

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The other day Shane talked about they way we’re now doing the list. He talked about the value of different perspectives and how we all have different domaining styles. I do go deep into the lists like he said, looking for any value that I see, or name that strikes me as funny.  Saving our readers time is one of the services that we try and offer. You can stop in to DSAD at some point during your day, find a name that you like and bid on it. That saves you the effort of going through the list yourself.

I go in depth on the lists so that I can extract every valuable name that I find on a given day.  We’ve tried a couple of different approaches to doing the list, but the current way has been the best solution by far. If I tried to do an in depth list every day and add it to Shane’s, I’d have to quit my job, I wouldn’t have time to do anything else. That is where I see the value of our list,  not everyone has the time to always look through the names.

If we don’t find all the best names in the expiring auctions, they’ll drop and then hugedomains  will get them all. I seriously used to be able to hand catch a decent amount of good names everyday. Now Drop Catch gets them all. I still look through the pending delete list, but now I’ve shifted my goal  to heading off any name with value in expiring auctions so it doesn’t reach pending delete. In fact if I search all of the expiring auction platforms, I have access to over half of the names that will end up on the pending delete list before they drop.

My approach is similar to huge and buy domains, and that is finding middle range names for the average internet user or business. Sure I’d love to get super premium names, but the biggest market segment of End User aftermarket buyers is going to be in the $1000-$5000 price range.  That doesn’t mean I won’t price them higher or attempt bigger sales, but for me moving more names has been a better strategy.

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Table of Contents

Main List

yesrx.com  Perscription service

MarijuanaServices.com  All your weed needs in one company

eiyz.com

3888880.com   Lots of  8’s

The No Bid List

2stupid.com  They’re just 2 stupid to do that right

AndMany.com  And many domains for were sold that week

BankCertificate.com  Sounds like a monetary tool of some sort

BeeBad.com  Do fun pranks involving honey

BendingTheTruth.com  Also known as lying, but still reminiscent of the truth

BoobSizer.com  Not sure what size they are? Use the boob sizer to find out

BoomFinance.comBoomFit.comBoomFun.comBoomGrid.com  Boom!

BoostAffiliate.com The service that brings affiliate success

BrickBin.com A bin made of bricks or a bin for storing your bricks

BuildThisPlan.com  Have a plan but need help?

BulkUpQuick.com  Body building supplement

Cafesa.com  A cafe/coffee brand

Chippings.com  Ground up trees

ComicLook.com  A comic book blog

ComparingMortgages.com  Has the “ing” but big CPC

CropZone.com  Kina like a garden or field

DownloadCleaner.com  Affiliate site for computer cleaning software

DugoutReport.com  A baseball news and information site

ExpandCloud.com  Take your cloud to the next level

FinanceOutlook.com  Financial planning

FirstHeartbeat.com    A very young baby name

FitAndConfident.com  Being fit is going to make you more confident

GourmetKid.com  The site for kids that like to cook

GymAgent.com   A physical trainer name

HardDrone.com  You can crash it and it doesn’t break

HasThat.com   Mine has that already

HealthFees.com find out what you’re paying for

HelperForce.com  The team that helps you

iHateGossip.com People that say this actual love it

LargeThing.com   It’s big and it’s a thing

LaughGood.com  Good Laugh makes more sense, but sometimes the phrase backwards makes a good brand

LearnAndPractice.com  You need to practice things you learn to really learn them

LifeSticky.com  Makes me think of forums or things that are stuck to the top of the page. Life sticky is things in life that matter, are important or that you do everyday.

LiftMyHopes.com  If you’re feeling depressed find hope

LowerMyAPR.com  Credit consolidation name

MakeInnovation.com  I think that most people have the ability to be creative, sometimes it takes a catalyst or being intentional

MarylandFarmers.com  They have farmers in Maryland

MustCraft.com  Things you need to make

MyLoveSock.com  Special socks for cold lonely nights

NameArmy.com  The branding company that sends the forces out promote your name

NearbyLiving.com Need to move, but don’t want to go that far

NoSleeping.com  The product that keeps you from falling asleep

PageLynx.com  Some sort of web animal

PlasticSign.com  Has search volume and is old, good name if you sell these

RailRush.com  Really fast trains

RapidCures.com  Get better quick

REOPhoto.com  I think this is a business, They send contractors out to take pics of bank owned properties or homes in default

RepairEZ.com  Make it easy

RightDays.com  Better than wrong days

RioTravel.com  Lot’s of people go here

RocketRepair.com  Fast repair, or get your rocket fixed

RubberMattress.com  The mattress you need if you pee the bed a lot

Sagged.com  Already drooping

ScissorLiftHire.com  Rent a Scissor lift

SellerBuzz.com  Another buzz name

ShadesQuick.com  Get blinds or sun glasses fast

SlimRims.com  Low fat Wheels?

SolarGlassPanels.com

SoulCommunicator.com  Talk to souls

SpeakSee.com  a diction solution or a translation app,  you speak and see the words

SpeedyCures.com  Another get better quick name

SquareTask.com  I like square for some reason

StartupsMadeEasy.com  The service that walks you though building your idea

StrategicInsider.com  The inside man

StreetThrills.com  Driving like a maniac

TeachSolar.com  A blog that talks about the benefits of solar energy

TechJazz.com  I like it as a tech brand

TempZilla.com  The giant of temp jobs

ThoughtPlanner.com  A mind map

ThrivingSelf.com  The site that helps you thrive in all things

TotalEvaluation.com  The service that evaluates all aspects of your business

VipSignUp.com  If you want to be a VIP you can sign up here

WildLawns.com  Lawns that you’ve neglected, mowers no longer work. You need to call in the big guns. Or: tired of the same old boring lawns? Get a wild lawn, comes with exotic animals.

WorkoutLocal.com  Find a place to workout that’s near you

ZenAnytime.com  Available Zen at your leisure

ZeroVibration.com  Maybe a wheel alignment service. I hate vibrating down the road

ZippyCars.com  a delivery service?

Names With Bids

ArtisanOfMagic.com

BushTea.com

CertifiedFoods.com

CheezBuger.com

CrackFlasher.com

CruiseCity.com

CuteAlert.com

DailyPics.com

DessertJars.com

DroneProduct.com

HomeVacations.com

Houzez.com

LucidSeo.com

MainDirect.com

MindAssault.com

MrReally.com

MyTrafficSchool.com

OnlyGamer.com

PetiteFashion.com

PitBullTerrier.com

PotSeo.com

ProLauncher.com

PuzzleAble.com

RealtimeAlerts.com

SimpleLeap.com

SustainingChange.com

TheDailyProject.com

Trackly.com

VideoSeen.com

Writerr.com

Namejet

27282.com

light.net

evilspirits.com

29682.com

jumpingspider.com

xem.xyz

zkc.net

funnystrange.com

quadband.com

kiyomi.com

xful.com

9-3.com

OfValue.com

LocalAppraiser.com

Flippa

JP.SEX

dizzylizard.com

vsp.io

 

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Your LLLL.coms of The Day

CAVB.COM

QSMP.COM

HQZV.COM

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

BRCN.NET

DGTE.NET

DIVV.NET

ENST.NET

ERXM.NET

HOWX.NET

IUNG.NET

JJAV.NET

LXPW.NET

MXPF.NET

NGUL.NET

QFPW.NET

SYBE.NET

TQDL.NET

TRBK.NET

UGOW.NET

XYMC.NET

ZTIX.NET

ASEO.INFO

CNMR.ORG

TNMG.ORG

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

dos.cc

zbp.co

nzm.us

fke.us

bkl.us

on3.net

fjv.biz

crtyw.com

fhhfc.com

fzpkw.com

gbdlw.com

llmzw.com

mmmql.com

mmzrw.com

mqqgw.com

mtsrw.com

niwww.com

tcggw.com

tyhcw.com

yhfww.com

yscdw.com

zwtpw.com

bjnhs.com

bjqwt.com

Brandables

Bebbiz.com

Cantics.com

Cazinator.com

Cluzzy.com

Dejoh.com

Dostera.com

Epidema.com

Epreso.com

Hanzoo.com

Hoblex.com

Infrinity.com

Lanapa.com

Middlex.com

Movovi.com

Ooklo.com

Paqueti.com

Pinkaro.com

Poralli.com

Repall.com

Tumali.com

Vapooz.com

Verione.com

Vocatie.com

Blizg.com

Giltax.com

Hirbo.com

Onlogix.com

Zoomk.com

Zunis.com

MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE

Some Numbers

626155.com

655882.com

655882.net

bc17.com

98et.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Goon.co

Plastic.ws

Sweeties.co

Toty.co

Wishes.cc

Athletes.cc

conextions.org

Corporeality.net

Farrier.us

Keystroke.net

OnlineShop.us

Overhaul.co

StarCount.org

TotalMan.org

YogaBear.org

Zombie.mobi

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

WeedCode.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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3 comments

  1. Mark

    Your name lists are great. You need to quit your job so you can make a list every day lol.
    Any chance of having names listed from Snap Names on your list?
    As for Huge Domains and Drop Catch, they also bid on names at GoDaddy auctions.


  2. Post author
    Josh E

    Thanks Mark I appreciate it.
    Yep we’ll start doing Snap soon.
    True they do bid, but I think it’s more of an even playing field than going up against their drop catching power. I’m really referring to the names that make it through the auctions and then get backordered.

  3. Tony

    I acquired a short 3-word dotcom with a Snapnames backorder back in 2011. Sold it in 2012 for low $x,xxx. It was getting consistent type-in traffic and parking income every month and given what I know about the rarity of such names, I probably sold too low. The buyer just recently let it expire and I picked it up with a backorder at Dropcatch yesterday. It’s the type of name that doesn’t get backordered any more but I wasn’t going to bet against HugeDomains picking it up for themselves.

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