Daily Domain Sales (12-25-2014): Cleany.com $1,686, OMN.org $900

dailyGo Daddy is trying to stop blogs from reporting auction results. I noticed that the other day when all my watched domains at Go Daddy were gone. You can read about here by Joseph Peterson.

I am not in the mood for a lot of complaining right now but I will post below the auction prices a few hours before auctions ended just to mess with the people that complained to Go Daddy. Do they prefer I post these instead of the final prices? Be my guest. They should probably be complaining to Go Daddy about shill bidders and why people are allowed to renew their domains after the auctions have ended and winning bidders have paid, instead of Go Daddy moving the auctions 10 days later.

@Paul Nicks, I am still waiting for a reply to my 4 emails with questions you said you were going to answer. That was February 2014.

Yes, I am complaining again. I can’t help it with these things.

(I skipped one Go Daddy day on one of the daily reports so I am posting it today.)

So read this post, “Just The Fax Ma’am, Just The Fax”, and enjoy the holidays.

I posted all my .NET domain name sales from the past 10 years. You can see these here.

My Comments On The Verisign “.COM Vs New gTLDs” Stats

Should Blogs Post Domain Name Auctions Results That Don’t Meet The Reserve? What do you think?

Sedo’s Top New gTLD Domain Name Sales in 2014 (baltic.cruises, eat.club )

Top 10 Posts In November At OnlineDomain.com: Chick-fil-A, Selling Before Paying, Minds+Machines, BuyDomains, Go Daddy

Namejet Sold Me A Domain, Changed Whois, Refunded The Domain & My Info Is Still Showing On Whois

I now own the 2 domains name I bought from the 3M Company. I waited for more than 2 months to get them.

I posted some of my 2014 domain name purchases. More coming soon!

Here is a poll with over 440 votes so far: “Are You Renewing Your New gTLD Domains?“.

Click here to see domain sale reports from the past week.

Here are yesterday’s domain sales and auctions from Sedo, Namejet, Snapnames, Go Daddy, Drop Catch and Flippa (please note that a lot of the domain names listed below have not been paid for yet):

Sedo Domain Sales:

Namejet Domain Auctions:
omn.org $900

Snapnames Domain Auctions:

Go Daddy Domain Auctions: (THESE ARE NOT FINAL AUCTION RESULTS)

 Domain Name  Current Price
ucok.com $898
plusgames.com $685
bicyclecompany.com $306
supplymanager.com $304
bjoo.com $227
xmps.com $227
gnhq.com $185
tfoo.com $180
mkrz.com $180
rqmm.com $180
frtq.com $173
wobr.com $170
educational-freedom.org $155
uuuy.com $150
628666.com $147
638666.com $147
techzap.com $116
uniformbuilder.com $116
foodiefest.com $106
planfordisasters.org $105
41928.com $105
autofiles.org $104
mygetaways.com $104
careeradvantageportal.com $101
evng.com $100
mrotoday.com $86
digitalquarters.net $85
yesure.net $85
freegrechen.com $85
el-art.com $85
leandayux.com $85
netauthority.com $85
molotovlounge.com $85
scottishrenaissancefestival.org $80
yesteryearfiction.com $80
garrettlawoffice.com $80
jewishentertainment.net $80
moviehiso.com $80
ecommwireless.com $80
juegosmario1.com $80
desantosnyc.com $80
matthew-epstein.com $80
revolvertv.com $80
eclipsecast.com $80
gamelara.com $73
54372.com $72
centromail.com $65
lesinterwebs.com $65
tropicalballroom.com $62
thedroidmarket.com $62
nationalamiga.com $61
kodai-flow.com $60
roccs.org $57
bookq.com $57
createbusinessgrowth.com $57
wtctourist.com $55
icubans.com $55
teamproam.com $55
theuklink.com $50
hampy.org $46
tabmedia.com $45
zlogblog.com $45
jimthorperestinpeace.com $45
cuvuelos.com $45
robertghostwolf.com $40
pvpw.com $40
mebelka.com $38
cinogames.com $38
mohsenmoridi.com $37
moneycents.com $36
articulateddiscussion.com $35
prodigycenter.com $35
predator9balltour.com $35
notiziegay.com $35
sport-flight.com $33
mundokino.net $32
thebicyclecompany.com $32
mypspwallpapers.com $32
kansashealthonline.org $29
vhph.com $28
devils-tower.com $27
zodiak.net $27
climate1stop.net $27
imagehots.com $27
jhje.com $27
frjm.com $27
selfdefense-techniques.com $27
rijunker.com $27
perlissimo.net $25
chiostimes.com $25
suitescarolina.com $25
getfitclub.com $25
marinastorage.com $25
911fsafoundation.org $22
mosque7.org $22
lovetheyesgirls.com $22
mingalaronline.net $22
thurs.net $22
vygf.com $22
keepbuying.com $22
tromboniumsinfonium.com $22
agq.cc $20
momtoob.com $20
coarqcr.com $20
hugecool.com $20
hdrgreecephotos.com $20
tasteofmardigras.com $20
hdrukphotos.com $20
wasserbetten1.com $20
hornyladies.me $17
savelpc.org $17
taiwangirlz.com $17
pohja.com $17
car-insurance-comparison.com $17
youfindit.net $17
denverappliancerepair.net $17
seattleproshop.com $17
lusthair.com $17
novice7.com $17
hairlosshairtreatment.com $17
oybf.com $17
actionmotorsohio.com $17
classicalbaroquehorse.com $17
sieuhd.com $17
cccreateplus.com $17
thereisaplace.com $17
qkot.com $17
535444.com $17
515444.com $17
009444.com $17
kazajob.com $17
505444.com $17
977444.com $17
336444.com $17
599444.com $17
299444.com $17
226444.com $17
221444.com $17
337444.com $17
nxtgenmarketing.com $17
quarterfly.com $17
cdl-practicetest.com $17
scorpnow.com $17
revistasamedida.com $17
190n.com $17
perderpesoahoramismo.com $17
sistemadeinscripciondecursosculturales.com $17
chinonisinsurance.com $17
eyeglassesbiz.com $17
jzoj.com $17
ojgy.com $17
qjoa.com $17
qfik.com $17
nextleft.com $17
duuhost.com $17
tiotil.com $17
acnescartreatmentreport.com $17
loveness.com $17
fijiancustomculture.com $17
autismplace.org $15
nursinglibrary.info $15
growingwebmaster.info $15
cualtimexico.org $15
healinghopes.org $15
stuffyanal.com $15
phillysphamous.com $15
pornattic.com $15
americaninnorthkorea.com $15
abbaserv.com $15
biocide.net $15
leadr.net $15
zymaled.com $15
ungnetwork.com $15
dcexecutivespace.com $15
keystonenaturalfamilymedicine.com $15
lvtmexico.com $15
justify-sexy.com $15
snyderpark.com $15
fastermob.com $15
spiritheads.com $15
celligo.com $15
newmexicoautoinsurancedeals.com $15
lowcarinsuranceinmcallentexas.com $15
weddingshares.com $15
cheappromgownsdresses.com $15
sagemediari.com $15
goldcountrybicycletours.com $15
expocdc.com $15
xxxnudebabes.com $15
studiosouthga.com $15
thehighheeled.com $15
davtv.com $15
oneally.com $15
socomigh.com $15
passportpaper.com $15
vertcoach.com $15
boilstreatmentguide.com $15
bestweightlosspill.com $15
getfoundmedia.com $15
gotopmall.com $15
phidao.com $15
shoesforcheaps.com $15

DropCatch Dropped Auctions:
Cleany.com $1,686
PeerBox.com $270
Gz777.com $145
Festivent.com $126

Flippa Domain Auctions:
vapeholder.com $151

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About Konstantinos Zournas

Konstantinos studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London and lives in Athens, Greece. He works on domain names, websites and software development. Has been online since 1995 & domaining since 2002.

4 comments

  1. Thanks for bringing some more attention to this issue, Konstantinos.

    In my opinion, the domain industry is much worse off with GoDaddy concealing sales prices. Not only does that make it harder for us to detect and report on seller fraud and shill bidding. More importantly, it makes it harder for everybody understand wholesale domain value.

    Personally, when an end user approaches me asking to buy one of my domains, I prefer being able to point to a robust wholesale domain market. Once they see that we wholesale buyers routinely pay hundreds or thousands of dollars merely for the right to resell something, then they adjust their price expectations upward for the retail market. That’s a good thing for everyone.

    Without such data to point to, it’s harder to explain to someone that we spend more than $10 getting domains in the first place.

    Hopefully, domainers will voice their opinion. There is a slim chance that we can persuade GoDaddy not to plunge us into the dark.

  2. Yes, many individuals have this common belief that a domain should cost $10 and if they pay you $50 for a domain they are doing you a favor. Given the carrying cost of a domain portfolio plus the value of one’s time in acquiring such inventory plus low turnover ratios, a considerable markup is necessary merely to break even.

    I have a friend who wanted to open a restaurant in West Palm Beach and inquired about a small locale in the area. She was quoted $15k/month – just the rent. You still have to buy food, pay your employees, do some marketing, etc.

  3. Is Paul Nicks a communist?…………I say that with a certain level of seriousness….

  4. They need a verification process, namejet protects high dollar bidders over $2500 from being run up by unverified bidders. Godaddy needs to wake up, and do something similar. I can understand if you have a trusted account, but new accounts that come, and bid thousands in a single day, then say oops we didn’t understand you actually had to pay for the domain is a different story.

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