The domain AudioPlayer.com sold today at NameJet for $2,050. The domain was not expired. It was auctioned of by the owner, Mrs Jello, LLC.
Domainer Igal Lichtman (aka Mrs. Jello) has sold domains at NameJet before but I never noticed an auction without a reserve. This auction didn’t have the usual “NameJet Reserve“. I believe this show a lot of confidence in both the domain’s value and the NameJet auction house.
Price seems a bit low to me but that is the risk of auctioning domains to domainers. I guess Mrs. Jello could have waited for the end user but no one can be sure on the reasons why this domain name was liquidated.
How does a domainer go about submitting domains for sale on Namejet? I always thought the platform was geared towards purchasers.
I know that if you have quality domains you can submit them to NameJet for a review.
Then you can submit your reserve (if you have one) and the auction is setup for a selected date. (about 30 days in advance)
I am pretty sure that the domain must be on one of NameJet’s preferred registrars like Enom.
I bought audioplayer.com. I also won an auction for plasticcases.com that was sold No Reserve by Mrs Jello around Thanksgiving. Cheers. Craig.
Congrats Craig. Good buy. I had my eye on this…
Domains can be registered anywhere, but for one to join the ‘club’ requires at least having good domains.