Pending Delete Picks 10-14-17

Pending Delete Picks 10-14-17 – Source: Namejet

Domain Blogs and Their USP’s

There are a lot of active domain blogs which discusses most of the topics associated with domain name business, such as buying, selling, registering, forum discussions, sales and so on. Most of the domain investors and readers follow the feed at the website to access the latest information.

I have been following domain blogs since a long time and here are some of my observations with regards to domain blogs and their unique selling propositions or in other words a general perception a reader has about a particular domain blog. Its weekly sales column and the lowdown section Its portfolio review videos and other domain news discussion Elliot Silver shares his personal domaining tips and covers a variety of news The daily auction picks mixed with awesome quotes and domain industry news Covers lot of domain news, importantly Mike Mann’s sales Domains in general and startups related topics Best place to learn about brandable domain sales and branding topics Personal domain tips, sales and acquisitions DNW gives you the end user sales data and some good podcasts to listen Daily Domain picks and some interesting news A site to review daily domain name sales Ton of great information and some in-depth analysis of UDRP’s The business of domain names.

DN.Domains: Covers Chinese domain auctions, trends and analysis Brandable talk related to startups James lles covers some interesting posts keep track of company focused domain name transactions

Its good to read all these blogs which covers lot of domain news in general but at the same time are like specialist in sharing a particular niche/topic related to domain names.

Valued Pending Delete Domains 10-12-17

Valued Pending Delete Domains 10-11-17: Source: Namejet

CC and CCC domains:

Keyword Domains:

Most of the domains above I checked in the Google has some end user using a different TLD or a little different domain. Exercise due diligence before registering.

Using Spreadsheet to Review Pending Delete Domains

It’s common knowledge for domainers to go through the pending delete domains to find gems that can be acquired for a reg fee or with a simple backorder. I’m going to share a tip that will help you to quickly review such names. Usually, is a good option due to its awesome features and filters.

But, if you just want to use a spreadsheet like Microsoft Excel to review the pending delete domains then this tip maybe worth your reading. You need the text file or CSV of a pending delete domains which is usually available at domain marketplaces. Once you have this list follow these simple steps:

1. Filter out the TLD extensions which you don’t want to look especially the non dot-com ones

2. Sort the data using the length function of Excel =(len) which will give you the number of characters of each domain

3. Use the find command (CTRL+F) to find the domains. For example if you want to see all domains containing the word ‘crypto’ then simply press CTRL+F and then select the find-all option from the menu. It will return you in the find box all domains containing the phrase ‘crypto’ and the sequence will be character length wise which helps in omitting longer names.

If you’re concentrating on fewer keywords and not bothered about other stats then try using this method.

Valued Pending Delete Domains 10-11-17

Valued Pending Delete Domains 10-11-17: Source: Namejet

The longest character pending delete domain on this series is of 64 character: A brandable domain country+school combination always works Good for domain catchers : An existing end user Not sure
ConnectSurge: A brandable type Medical name : Alternative to domain GCC is an acronym for Gulf Cooperative Council
Yizzee: Reminds me of Yippee, not bad to have A lot still to be written about smartphones
KissManagement: Kiss stands for Keep it simple, stupid.
Greeneral: Likely to be borrowed from general Another way to write hitech is hitec

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