These days, domain auction venues really want to ‘milk’ it; advertising auctions for days, and up to the last minute via email campaigns and social media. Obviously, while this is beneficial for the seller and the domain venue, it’s not necessarily good for the bidders. 😉 Here’s a list of seven points, on why we […]Copyright © 2016 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
When registering or buying domain names, most domain investors want to flat out brag about it. Did you beat Frank Schilling or Ammar Kubba in a NameJet auction? Good for you. Both domainers are actively bidding on expiring domain auctions. But is it smart to announce exactly which domain you won and paid dearly for? […]Copyright © 2016 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
A old, bearded man knocked on the door of domain investor, Adam Strong, this past Tuesday, his balding head barely covered in long, grey hair. Initially, Adam thought the man was a poor beggar and was getting ready to give him some money, when the man interrupted him abruptly. “I don’t want your money, I […]Copyright © 2016 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
A new, revolutionary domain service by auction specialists, NameJet, aims at finding great domain deals – at the very last minute – without your active interaction. NameJetlagged, currently in beta, will allow NameJet users to locate and place bids on eligible domains auctioned at NameJet, even when they are asleep or otherwise occupied. “With NameJetlagged, […]Copyright © 2016 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
A domainer from snow-covered Buffalo, NY, defeated all odds on Thursday afternoon, winning a premium domain auction on NameJet. Thomas Shovel, a native of Buffalo, invests in domain names and was expecting the final countdown of a NameJet auction, right as the first of several feet of snow came down through an opening in his […]Copyright © 2016 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
A three-year research of domain auction venues, including Sedo, SnapNames, Flippa, GoDaddy TDNAM and NameJet has produced some very interesting results. The research was conducted by an independent panel of professionals, and included domain investors as part of the data analysis team, supervised by the Tallahassee Polytechnic of Sciences. Weather, apparently, plays a major role […]Copyright © 2016 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
NameJet attracts many domain bidders for its exclusive stash of domains from Network Solutions; these aged domains are inherently more valuable than domains that dropped. Competition among bidders on NameJet can vary, but typically it goes into the upper hundreds and well into the thousands. At that level, one must be a verified bidder in […]Copyright © 2016 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
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 © 2016 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 © 2016 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 © 2016 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 © 2016 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 © 2016 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.