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 © 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.
A new web service, called Combined Domain Sales Report has been launched in private beta this week, by domain industry veterans Tom Smith, Dick Jones and Harry Williams. “We were fed up with reading posts by every blogger about how many domains were sold on Sedo, Afternic, Flippa, NameJet and GoDaddy,” said Dick Jones, CTO […]Copyright © 2014 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
If you believe that the bad economy of 2012 is over, or that the fiscal cliff has been filled with cash, you aren’t in touch with reality. Domain investors are facing a harsh market, even as Rick Schwartz propels his Joint Ventures project. Mike Labinowski, a domainer from Atlanta, GA decided that he’s had enough. […]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.
If you have been watching the Domaining.com timeline since last night, the ongoing argument is who has the bigger, longer and uncut domain list. Instead of partying on a Saturday evening, some people actually argued about whose list is the most well-endowed. [Insert *Roll eyes* emoticon here]. While domain lists are important, they lose their […]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.
Frank Schilling, the uber-domainer investor who moved from the cold winters of Canada to the warm climate of the Caymans, is known for his fondness of sea, sand and sunny places. With his latest investment, Frank Schilling might shock many, as he’s bought Greece and its web. Quite literally so, as the ever-alert Frankie bid […]Copyright © 2014 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
These days, uber-domainer Frank Schilling has been busy buying low and selling high. The German-born, Canadian transplant to the Caymans is noted for his bidding strategy on different domain venues, including NameJet. During his latest digital 10-day run, Frankie acquired the following domains at frugal prices: aquariumlight.com $1,100 caradvertising.com $1,100 createagame.com $1,100 fingernail.net $79 mrco.com […]Copyright © 2014 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
NameJet, the premier domain auction house, is apparently getting busier these days. When trying to visit NameJet.com we’re getting a “Server is too busy” message. Let’s hope that this won’t last long as there are several hundred domain auctions on a given day!Copyright © 2014 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.