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KQ.net sells on Namepros

A couple weeks ago I wrote about QM.net selling on Namepros for $13,777 and KQ.net being up next. The same seller put KQ.net up for auction with the same $1 start no reserve. It closed at $12,400 with ClarkeMarketing winning the name. Two of the bigger auction closes on Namepros, especially with $1 start, no […]
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Espresso.net closes at $10,001 in a battle between two bidders

As I mentioned earlier today I started tracking GoDaddy public auctions lately. I had another domainer ask why they didn’t seem to do as well as expired auctions. (People would rather donate to GoDaddy than another domainer?). In talking with Michael Sumner he explained that Namebio has not tracked GoDaddy public auctions, no real way […]
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QM.net sells at Namepros

A couple weeks ago I wrote about QM.net being put up for auction on Namepros. You don’t see a valuable, liquid name such as a 2L.net be put up with a $1 start, no reserve. The auction started on July 29, so it took two weeks to close but the auction closed at $13,777 and […]
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It’s good to be GoDaddy

Thursday was another shining example of why it’s good to be GoDaddy. Someone let’s 44 six number .coms that start with 888 expire and BAM. $48,000 plus for doing nothing. Thanks to Namebio for the data: 44 Total Sales $48.7k Dollar Volume $1,106 Average Price $173 Standard Deviation $363 Low Price $1,556 High Price 888263.com […]
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Sedo’s cunning GDPR workaround

With full Whois records set to disappear from public view for most domain names this Friday, auction house Sedo has had to resort to some technical trickery to enable its users to prove they own the domains they list for sale. Until now, when listing a...
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When domain auctions jump the shark

There was a thread that’s now closed on Namepros where someone pointed out that a member wanted an auction to end 278 hours after the last bid. Some felt that this is fine, let the seller take as long as they like, they are trying to promote a good name. The name is average at […]
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