Namejet Sells 233 Domains For $1,561,991: 701.com, zcn.com, re.net

namejetNamejet released it's November 2015 domain name auctions report. Namejet sold 233 (139 domains in October) domains for $1,561,991 ($1,026,208 in October). Namejet only reports domains that were sold for $2,000 or more. I am sure that the bulk amount of sales are below this threshold. Here are the 233 reported domain sales at Namejet: Continue reading

DropCatch Now Supports .CC and .TV Backordering

dropcatch-logoDropCatch just enabled .cc and .tv domain extensions. Each backorder costs $59.00 USD and the same rules apply: Continue reading

Submissions For The NamesCon Domain Auction End On Friday

NamesConRightOfTheDot.com and NameJet have partnered to launch the premium domain name auction that will occur online on NameJet.com,  in conjunction with the live domain name auction that will be held at NamesCon 2016 in Las Vegas from January 10th - January 13, 2016.

The auctions will feature some of the best .com and new gTLD names available anywhere including Continue reading

Namejet Sells 139 Domains For $1,026,208: 742.com $142,000, jr.net $55,000

namejetNamejet released it's October 2015 domain name auctions report. Namejet sold 139 (102 domains in September) domains for $1,026,208 ($1,322,563 in September). Namejet only reports domains that were sold for $2,000 or more. I am sure that the bulk amount of sales are below this threshold. Here are the 139 reported domain sales at Namejet: Continue reading

Namejet Lowers The Minimum Bid For Pending Delete Domains To $39 For A Limited (?) Time

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For a limited time, NameJet is lowering the minimum bid for Pending Delete (Dropping) Domain Names to $39.

It seems that the fierce competition from DropCatch and Pheenix is driving drop prices down and Namejet wants to test the waters. Continue reading

This Is What Will Happen To Expired .NYC Domain Names

nycConnectingNYC.org asked the .NYC registry, Neustar, what will happen to the first year registrations of .nyc domain names that are beginning to expire.

.NYC domain names will drop as usual and no domains are going to be reserved by the city or the registry. Of course registrars are free to auction these domains to the highest bidder.

ConnectingNYC.org received the following response: Continue reading

Namejet Sells 102 Domains For $1.32 Million In September: GJ.com, WestLand.com

namejetNamejet released it's September 2015 domain name auctions report. Namejet sold 102 (79 domains in August) domains for $1,322,563 ($399,459 in August).

Namejet only reports domains that were sold for $2,000 or more. I am sure that the bulk amount of sales are below this threshold. Here are the 102 reported domain sales at Namejet: Continue reading

Namejet Sells 79 Domains For $400k In August: OAL.com $33,000, LocalMarketing.com $20,351

namejetNamejet released it's August 2015 domain name auctions report. Namejet sold 79 (94 domains in July) domains for $399,459 ($1,048,433 in July).

Namejet only reports domains that were sold for $2,000 or more. I am sure that the bulk amount of sales are below this threshold. Here are the 79 reported domain sales at Namejet: Continue reading

Pheenix Starts Offering $13.99 Backorders With 500% More Registrars

pheenixTan Tran, CEO of Pheenix, Inc., gave an update on the domain name backordering platform.

Pheenix people have been quietly working hard to improve it.

Here are some great new things that they have just completed:

1. 500% increase in domain registrars.

They have increased the number of registrars that they use to backorder domain names by 500%.

More registrars means they are catching a ton of more great domains for you.

2. New Super Saver pricing plan.

Besides the ‘Gold’ backorders that you have come to know, they now have a new domain backordering pricing plan: Super Saver backorders.

Super Saver backorders allow you to pay for backorders at a reduced price point of $13.99/domain. Keep in mind that Gold backorders take priority over a Super Saver backorder. So for example if one customer has a Gold backorder and another has a Super Saver backorder on it, then the customer with the Gold backorder will win the domain.

Super Saver backorders gives a great option for customers who backorder domains that have little to no competition or for domains with a lower price point in value.

In order to qualify to add Super Saver backorders, you need to have at least 1000 Pheenix Points in your account.

3. New pricing for ‘Gold’ backorders.

Beginning September 15, 2015, pricing for Gold backorders for com/net/org will increase to $21.99.

Namejet Sells 94 Domains For $1.05 Million: SX.com $555,050, DogCare.com, OnlyYou.com

namejetNamejet released it's July 2015 domain name auctions report. Namejet sold 94 (101 domains in June) domains for $1,048,433 ($723,215 in June).

Namejet only reports domains that were sold for $2,000 or more. I am sure that the bulk amount of sales are below this threshold. Here are the 94 reported domain sales at Namejet: Continue reading