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Most expensive “penis pump” domain undersold at NameJet

NameJet auctioned off the most expensive “penis pump” domain yesterday: PenisPump.com went for an underwhelming $8,410 dollars. The new owner appears to diversify in adult domain investments; for years, PenisPump.com was selling sex toys, including penis pumps, according to Screenshots.com. The penis pump market appears to be lucrative, so this domain was sold below market […]

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Domain auctions : NameJet sent out a customer satisfaction survey

Domain auction platform, NameJet, is being used by numerous domain investors and end-users alike. Leveraging aged and premium domain inventory, NameJet is one of the top domain auction platforms by sales volume. During the summer, NameJet addressed issues of abuse on its platform, and “cleaned house” – for lack of a more descriptive phrase. NameJet […]

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Frank Schilling is now a Greek god after NameJet auction ended

Domain investor and Uniregistry founder, Frank Schilling, is now officially the ultimate Greek god. Among the pantheon of other Greek gods, Frank’s good looks and entrepreneurial spirit could identify him with Hermes, wing-footed protector of merchants. And now, Frank Schilling’s acquisition of the domain GreekGod.com via a NameJet auction, further establishes that. Frank bid $2,105 […]

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NameJet September sales led by 365.tv

NameJet reported sales for September and 365.tv led the way at $60,000. As usual 3L.com dominated the top 10, Bef.com was the highest selling name at $39,000. 250250.com sold for $13,209 as the highest selling numeric .com. 365.tv $60,000.00 everex.com $50,205.00 bef.com $39,000.00 laa.com $36,716.00 lxl.com $35,500.00 mgp.com $32,600.00 hsv.com $29,200.00 ezr.com $25,900.00 jlz.com $23,500.00 […]

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Why lower prices at NameJet might mean more money for everyone

A lower starting price is a bet on higher sell-through rates. NameJet is lowering the starting bid prices on a number of direct-transfer expiring domain names. These are the domains that are registered at partner registrars and don’t go through the full pending delete cycle. Domains from Tucows (which owns half of NameJet) will be […]

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NameJet drops pricing to $39 for some domain backorders

NameJet announced that it’s dropping the price of some domain backorders to $39 dollars. Normally, the price is $69 dollars, so that’s a considerable discount. According to the latest news from NameJet: “While most of the domains on NameJet still start at $69, you will likely see more and more domains starting below this amount. […]

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Namejet.com Reports $332K In Domain Sales In August 2017

Namejet.com just reported its sales for August 2017. Only sales over $2,000 are included and only domains that were paid for in August are included In all 65 domains made the list. There were three domains that sold between $26K-$28K;  Ditan.com at $27.821; LFN.com at $27,599 and emojis.com at $26,100 In all only 7 domains […]

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10 notable NameJet sales last month including PuffDaddy.com

From a Spanish-language domain for $55,200 to PuffDaddy.com, here are ten notable domains that sold on NameJet last month. We talked about NameJet a lot last month due to the shill bidding scandal, but the marketplace marches on. The site posted 92 sales of $2,000 or more totaling over $600,000 in July. Here are ten […]

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