Not too long ago, the ultra premium domains Synagogue.com, Through.com, Extinct.com and others were sold by their owner, New Ventures Services, via Sedo. The price for each one of these was $1,277 dollars – by all means, a shocking undervaluation of what they are truly worth. Now, the lucky owner of the three domains above […]Copyright © 2014 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
The auction for the quality domain AnimalRescue.com has ended at NameJet, with a total of 282 bids from 247 bidders. That’s one of the highest participation numbers in recent memory, due to the high quality and potential of this domain. After a three day bidding battle, the winner – ryansaeucf – placed the winning bid […]Copyright © 2014 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
The auction for NOC.org, a premium, aged .org domain has ended over at NameJet. Registered in 1994, according to DomainTools, NOC.org represents an acronym popular with the network guru crowd: Network Operations Center. The final price of $2,060 dollars came after 110 bidders placed a total of 137 bids. The winner, hxcai, has been covered […]Copyright © 2014 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
There is nothing quite like feta cheese, the most popular of several traditional Greek cheeses. Remember: if it’s not made from sheep or goat milk, it’s not feta, and cow milk feta is imitation feta. Get it? In the European Union, feta cheese is also a product with protected designation of origin; only Greece can […]Copyright © 2014 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
You know what they say about dogs: they’re a man’s best friend. Unlike some fair weather human friends, dogs remain loyal and supportive of the humans that care for them. And what a great moment when they generate some money as well. That’s exactly what happened to Boston domainer, Kurt O’Leary, whose two year old […]Copyright © 2014 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
We love weird NameJet handles, and this is one of the weirdest in a while: user ‘maidouxiangdangdang” placed a series of bids today, raising the offers for the domain name White.net. NameJet has implemented stricter measures when verifying accounts, so let’s hope that the final bid by ‘maidouxiangdangdang’ was a valid offer. Most likely it […]Copyright © 2014 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
The domain name Trillian.com ended at $7,599 a few minutes ago at NameJet, after several bidders battled it out into extended time. Trillian.com was registered in 1995 and gained notoriety and insane amounts of traffic in the very early 2000′s, due to the existence of a popular chat software by the same name, that never […]Copyright © 2014 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
The domain name DomainShield.com – registered in 1999, according to top WHOIS tool, DomainTools – was sold on NameJet a couple of days ago. Sure enough, it justifies its own name by having a “domain shield” plastered on its contact information, but those familiar with NameJet user names will not have a problem guessing who […]Copyright © 2014 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
When Peter Pappas was injured in a fiery car accident, little did he know that his text message would scar him – for life. The 27 year old domain investor from Milwaukee was giving his sister a ride home after a party, when he decided to respond to an SMS sent by one of his […]Copyright © 2014 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
Uber-domainer Frank Schilling went on a frugal shopping spree on NameJet at the end of last week, grabbing EDAP.com for $1,310 and EDSE.com for $700. These LLLL .com domains would normally sell for thousands of dollars a couple of years ago! Also, Frank didn’t want to spend $1,712 for Barrister.net which was won by someone […]Copyright © 2014 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
We told you that 2011 will be the year of uber-domainer, Frank Schilling – one of the three pillars of domaining (the other two being Rick Schwartz and Dr. Kevin Ham a.k.a “The Man Who Owns the Internet“.) Frank started the new year with a smart move, as he avoided yet another trademark trap. We […]Copyright © 2014 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
A lot of domainers are currently very upset – there is a new player in town with regards to NameJet auctions. Going by the cryptic username “NameJet Reserve” this apparently well-off domain bidder won every major auction recently, leaving only breadcrumbs to the rest of the seasoned domainers. “I can’t believe this $@!^!er is winning […]Copyright © 2014 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.