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CTX.com – From Berkens to Telepathy to expired at GoDaddy auctions

Another 3L.com that expired at GoDaddy closed over 6 figures as CTX.com closed at $139,001. Two weeks ago DAE.com closed at $126,000. The domain was owned by Michael Berkens and then Nat Cohen and his Telepathy Inc. Back in 1999 – 2000 it was owned by CTX Corporation CTX.com according to Archive.org was redirecting to […]

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Some domain name sales you haven’t heard like True.org

Here is a look at some domain name sales that are not recorded on Namebio. The reason being these were generated from the GoDaddy domain appraisal tool, so more than likely these were sales generated through Afternic or Namefind. When you search for a domain name using the GoDaddy appraisal tool, you will see comparable […]

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A handful of expired gems on GoDaddy including a 3L and 4N.com

GoDaddy auctions has a handful of gems that you normally don’t let expire. Last week I wrote about a 3L.com DAE.com which closed at $126,000 and the week before a 4N.com 4600.com expired and closed at $68,000. Currently they have a 3L (CTX.com), 4N (8034.com) a 3N.cc (882.cc) and a 2L .net with QF.net expiring. […]

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Dae.com closes at $126,000

After extended bidding DAE.com closed at $126,000 on GoDaddy auctions. The domain is registered at GoDaddy, so it cannot be renewed or transferred out. A 24 year old domain name that was owned by Dae Advertising out of San Francisco for many years. Now we will see if it gets paid at the closing price […]

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As we enter a new decade it’s time for GoDaddy to fix their aftermarket platform

There was a nice back and forth on Twitter Friday night concerning GoDaddy Auctions. When you go to GoDaddy to use the appraisal tool, if you scroll down you see this: How does $2,344.00 sound? That was the average sale price in 2017 for a domain at GoDaddy auctions. Ready for your piece of the […]

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A bid at GoDaddy Auctions does not prevent the name from being renewed

With all the discussion about Examiner.com and it getting renewed the conversation on Namepros started mentioning a myth about GoDaddy Auctions that is apparently not true and now confirmed by me with Paul Nicks. Some members started mentioning that they were told or heard that once there was a bid, the domain could not be […]

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Examiner.com gets renewed will GoDaddy ever fix their auctions?

Well it looks like Examiner.com got renewed, the auction was over $131,000 and earlier today the name got renewed. While typing in Examiner.com I get a security warning. Whois updated Registrant Name: Domain Manager Registrant Organization: Axs Digital Media Group, LLC Registrant Address: Co, US Creation Date: September 13, 1994 Update Date: October 30, 2019 […]

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Examiner.com up to $126,000 as some wonder about what’s going on with the name

Examiner.com is now up to $126,000 on GoDaddy auctions. While the auction is going on, one Namepros member spotted something. The former domain name that was tied to the email address for examiner.com was registered two days ago. Domains@clarityDG.com was the admin email for examiner.com. After being owned for a year by Huge Domains of […]

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