NameJet running a Media Options auction:,,,

NameJet is pleased to be offering these featured domains in auction from Media Options. This exclusive list of 113 domain names includes many premium 3 character domains like,,, and many others. Media Options is an industry leading Domain Broker considered to be a “boutique” brokerage service with well into the 8 figures in completed domain name transactions.

If you want to place bids above $2500 you will need to become a verified bidder.

The domain name auctions are spread out over 2 weeks. First auctions start on April 18 and the last domains are auctioned on May 3.

Here is the list of the 113 domains: Continue reading

Heritage Auctions Sells 28 Domains For $448,551 ( $287,500, $57,500, $20,125)

Heritage Auctions ( held it’s 2nd domain name auction today. The auction had 100 domains for sale and 28 domains sold. The other 72 domains didn’t reach the reserve. Highlights include the sale of for $287,500, for $57,500 and the sale of for $20,125. The total auctions sales were $448,551.80.

Here is the complete list of the 100 domains and their auction results: Continue reading

Sedo accepts domains for themed auction that begins on May 6th

Sedo is accepting domain names for a themed auction that begins on May 6th. The new TLD “.uk“ launches on June 10, 2014 and Sedo thinks that now is the best time to sell your domain names.

Click here to submit your domains.

Here is the announcement: Continue reading

Outage or not, “Go Daddy Auctions” is not working for me

Yesterday Go Daddy Auctions had an outage that caused all auctions to be moved by 1 day. All yesterday’s auction end today. But I am still having problems with the Go Daddy auctions website.

I can’t seem to make any purchases for the domain names I have already won in an auction. I won 2 New gTLD domain names on Wednesday night and I have been trying to pay for the past 2 days with no luck.

Whether I select the 2 domain and click on “Purchase All” or I try to make individual purchases by clicking on “Pay for this domain” the domains are not added into my cart. I am simply redirected to
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Go Daddy Auctions 150 BuyDomains Premium Domains:,,

Go Daddy is running a BuyDomains domain name auction that features 150 premium domains with low reserves. The auction started yesterday March 26 2014.The list features domain names such as,, and

Most of the domains have a registration date ranging from 1994 up to 2004.

Here is the list of the 150 domain names: Continue reading

NameJet partners with and DomainFest to auction 40 domains:,

NameJet announced that they have partnered with and the DomainFest conference to offer 40 premium domain names for auction. This exclusive list of premium domains is available on the NameJet auction platform and will be showcased during the upcoming DomainFest domain investor conference. All auctions close during the conference running from March 31st through April 2nd.

Every domain scheduled for auction is priced to sell at either a low reserve or no reserve. No reserve auctions close on April 1st, and low reserve auctions close on April 2nd.

Here is the complete list of Premium Domain Names at auction: Continue reading

Heritage Auctions’s 2nd Domain Name Auction Features 102 Domains:,, and

Heritage Auctions (HA), one of the world’s largest collectibles auctioneer, started today it’s second domain name auction. The auction that ends in 28 days features 102 premium domain names such as,, and

The auction features one 2 letter .com domain and eleven 3 letter .com domain names. There is only 1 .org and 1 .tv domain name in the list. All the others are .com. Most of the domains have a registration date of 2004 and earlier.

This is the list of the reserve ranges (domains):
$1 – $99 (7)
$100 – $999 (23)
$1,000 – $4,999 (35)
$5,000 – $9,999 (10)
$10,000 – $49,999 (18)
$50,000 > (9)

Here is the complete list of the 102 domains along with some notes from HA: Continue reading

Namejet sells 67 domains for $342,876 in February 2014 – $23,388, $20,400

Namejet released it’s February 2014 domain name auctions report. Namejet sold 67 domains for $342,876 in February 2014. Namejet only reports domains that were sold for $2,000 or more. I am sure that the bulk amount of sale are below this threshold. Here are the 67 reported domain sales at Namejet: Continue reading Announces Acquisition of SnapNames Group, Inc. (Nasdaq:WWWW), a leading provider of Internet services and online marketing solutions for small businesses, announced today that it has acquired SnapNames from KeyDrive S.A. SnapNames is a leader in the daily online auction sales of domain names across all categories, including expiring, deleting and privately-owned domain names.

“We are very pleased to bring SnapNames under the umbrella,” said David L. Brown, chairman, chief executive officer and president of “This acquisition enables us to enhance our existing domain related assets and provide additional services for customers who are looking for specific domain name addresses. In today’s expanding domain resale marketplace, SnapNames is a global industry leader with experience and expertise in domain lifecycle management and auction services.”

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New gTLD .wiki selects Namejet for sunrise, landrush and premium auctions

Top Level Design, LLC, the applicant for the new top level domain .wiki, has selected NameJet, the leading domain name auction platform, to operate the sunrise and landrush auctions and help with future premium auctions.

NameJet provides .wiki the complete auction solution needed to manage the .wiki launch. NameJet’s proven platform, by which millions of names are made available and sold, is poised to help bring new .wiki domain names to market with Sunrise expected to begin in March, 2014. Additional details will be made available on NameJet’s New TLDs page as they become available. “The introduction of the .wiki top level domain is a historic event in the evolution of the Internet and we’re excited to be a part of launching such a dynamic TLD,” said Matt Overman, General Manager of NameJet.

The .wiki TLD will make wikis more valuable through greater visibility and ease of use. Most Internet users are familiar with the concept of wikis, thanks to’s status as one of the most highly trafficked websites in the world. “There is something unique and magical about wiki’s revolutionary publishing style that will continue to bring like-minded people together to create amazing and ever growing resources,” said Raymond King, CEO, Top Level Design LLC.

The .wiki TLD is targeting four major demographic markets: enterprise wikis, enthusiast wikis, developer wikis and individual wikis.

Enterprise wikis are best suited to organizations and corporations. The most innovative and organized companies already bring their staff together via wiki.

Enthusiast wikis provide a platform to organize information based on shared common interests. The .wiki TLD will empower a revolution for fandom, hobbyists, and academics. Wikipedia is the largest example of an enthusiast wiki, but Top Level Design hopes to foster a boom in specialty wikis.

Developer wikis are the natural place to host development and open source projects. It is visible and accessible, and it creates an intuitive space for any groups that develop through collaboration. Most developers are already connected and working with their colleagues via wiki, and so the new namespace will become a natural home base for them.

An individual wiki focuses closely on a person or family, with a .wiki domain name dedicated to an individual, one can participate in the creation process and invite others to do the same. The result will likely be quite different but complementary to a well-written Wikipedia biography.

About NameJet:
NameJet is a joint venture between Demand Media, Inc. [DMD] and Group, Inc. [WWWW] who each own two of four leading ICANN-accredited registrars (eNom,, Network Solutions and Launched in 2007, with core auction software and technical infrastructure operating since 2004, NameJet serves domain investors, Fortune 500 companies and their representatives, small- and medium-sized businesses, as well as a diverse and global mix of individual investors. It has processed over 200,000 domain auctions, establishing itself as a trustworthy and transparent auction platform that is customer-focused and user-friendly.

About Top Level Design, LLC:
The .wiki TLD is exclusively managed by Top Level Design, LLC, which was founded with the express intent to run new domain registries. Raymond King is a wiki enthusiast, and he has founded or been involved in a number of prominent wiki projects and companies, including AboutUs Inc., the largest website directory; WikiIndex, the wiki on wikis; and ICANNWiki, the wiki dedicated to the ICANN space.