In an article slash rant published over at popular blogging medium Medium.com, a fine fella by the name of Jeremy McAnally complains that NameJet ripped him off. The cause of duress over the domain name Nerdcore.com was the removal of the domain from Jeremy MacAnally’s account, after the auction ended and he paid for it. […]Copyright © 2015 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
The great news about Matt Overman’s status upgrade from “god” to “super god” at Rightside was something that we would not miss. Matt has been doing a marvelous job over at NameJet for several years – aeons in domain terminology. While Jonathan Tenenbaum is taking over Matt’s spot, we were provided with the first exclusive […]Copyright © 2015 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
NameJet has generated lots of sales over the years, and it’s one of these domain auction platforms that seem to attract dependable buyers. Naturally, its expansion into the exclusive sales territory added more inventory, but there is a fundamental flaw that can be frustrating at times. Domains that are being auctioned exclusively – that is, […]Copyright © 2015 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
A few days ago we covered the sale of Extinct.com – a premium domain name – by domain investor, Conan P. Despite some extensive sleuthing, the editing of a sales thread at DNForum failed to disclose the exact price, which was presumed to be in the five figure range. The ever-busy Conan contacted us with […]Copyright © 2015 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
The domain name IPO.us didn’t fare too well over at NameJet, in a no reserve auction, despite its 12 years of age and strong letter appeal. The IPO acronym stands for Initial Public Offering; the initial availability of a company’s stock to the stock market. After receiving 43 bids by 29 bidders, the results of […]Copyright © 2015 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 © 2015 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 © 2015 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
A great domain name, Merged.com, ended up being sold for under $2,000 on NameJet, earlier today. Yikes. That is a domain name registered in 1998. This is a domain name that we kept an interest in, but unfortunately missed its closing bids due to some other obligations. A total of 97 bids from 85 bidders […]Copyright © 2015 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 © 2015 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
Afilias has been peddling off its long-held generic .info gems, and although Wine.info sold for more than $13k today, Tax.info didn’t fare as well. The auction for Tax.info – a keyword with half as many results on Google as ‘death’ – was held at NameJet, like the rest of the Afilias one-worders. After 138 bidders […]Copyright © 2015 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 © 2015 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
The ultra-premium domain 1.org (number “1”) failed to secure the reserve price earlier today at NameJet. According to Domaintools, 1.org has a registration date of December 1, 1993, as a reserved .ORG domain. Auctioned off through the .ORG Registry initiative that aspires to sell 94 domains one and two characters in length, 1.org is probably […]Copyright © 2015 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.