Lets play a little game. You tell me a name you think is awesome and I’m going to make fun of it and tell you why its a bad name. The roast me of domain names. It should be pretty easy based on the names that are submitted every time a domain site or twitter account asks for names that readers would sell based on a range. I could make it easy and give you a range of names I’m looking for but I’m pretty sure they will all be shitty names and easy to roast.
What made me think of this was Sedo is holding an iGaming auction and are looking for submissions. But there was a problem. They don’t want eGaming names. They want gaming as in gambling names. So everyone that submitted game related names were told they aren’t the kind of names their are looking for. They didn’t tell the owners why other than they weren’t the type of name they’re looking for but its pretty easy to see once you look at the names they took. But here is where the bad names come in. A few readers said “Yeah, but they rejected my gambling names too” and followed with some not so good gambling names. Names that no way would make an auction a good auction with their inclusion. Again reminding me that most domain investors just don’t know what a good name looks like.
So give me your name and I’ll lay in to it. May not be instant because I have a few meetings today but I promise I’ll make sure you wish you never would have bought it or in most cases hand registered it
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Namejet, Sedo, Snap, and other Names Up for Auction
ZVF.com Another lower end LLL.com that is establishing the bottom prices. If history is anything bottom prices move up and down just like premium prices
PCSN.com These “high end” LLLL.coms have been breaking $2K again at wholesale
ASmile.com I have had great success buying A+Keyword names but not a lot of luck selling them
Zigger.com I get “Bigger” as an autofill when I type this out. Wonder what Rob Monster gets?
Lezbos.com Probably officially derogatory but at $80 and reserve met their is probably some dirty money to be made …
Nogia.com No bids on this 5L.com
WideLeft.com Good sports name and it shouldn’t go for too much
TXTD.com I see texted. No reserve
MagicGrocery.com With all the delivery and instant pickup I would think this would have a place somewhere. No bids
XXX.taxi Heard this is a thing or is it a bus? Ends today
Legit.io Has a legit opening offer
2D.tv old school, where everyone wore grey. at $70
Godaddy Domains With Bids
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LPGas.com aka Propane. Highest number of bids on the board today. Huge shortage of LP in the midwest right now causing prices to double. Big upgrade or marketing name for a hundreds of companies
FinRev.com Here you go Buttercrackers
USTrucks.com Page after page on Google of companies that could use this as an upgrade
TrueLift.com I bought a bunch of lift names about 6 years ago and sold one….but I still made money
RetailWallet.com Sounds like all of those save you money, money hack, coupon sites
Grumpys.com The name is OK but geez the price is already crazy
HempTribe.com Hemp is hot. Buy the rumor, sell the news
33398.com Half what it used to cost but still getting a good price
DiaperWare.com If you have a kid they you definitely want in on the diaper market. Or an old parent
Opimus.com Godaddy thinks its worth $3000 and bidders think $125
MindToBody.com Wellness includes both. Name shows that whomever is behind it understands this
Yespa.com People are going to think Vespa but that just keeps the price down
ExtraMile.org Decent charity name. They go the extra mile, get it?
Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids
The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids
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