No surprise: Nets.com fails to sell at eBay auction

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The Brooklyn Nets won’t pay seven figures for Nets.com.

It came as no surprise: the domain name Nets.com that was recently listed by its owner for sale on eBay, failed to meet reserve.

A total of 31 bids brought the highest offer up to $150,600 which is still an unverified bid.

The Nets.com owners want $5 million dollars, having offered it to the Brooklyn Nets; the NBA team has stood firm in its decision not to spend this type of money on the domain, and are using BrooklynNets.com.

In a Mashable article, the author seized the opportunity to talk smack about domain owners, titling the subject with “Revealed: the conniving domain-squatters trolling an NBA team.

While the Nets.com owners want to maximize their ROI, the overall taunting of the team that represents its sole biggest potential buyer isn’t expected to reap any results.

Domain owners that possess valuable domains would benefit from using the services of professional domain brokers, such as Igloo.com or Sedo. These companies are able to communicate with the top executives that make the decisions for their respective companies.

After all, one can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar. 😉

 


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