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10 notable NameJet sales from February 2018

Here are ten sales from last month that caught my attention. NameJet’s February sales include the NamesCon auction results, so the company posted nearly $3 million in sales of domain names over $2,000 for the month. Yes, that means Super.com ($1.2 million) and Great.com ($900,000) closed! Ignoring NamesCon, NameJet posted 59 sales of $2,000 or […]

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NameJet January sales led by PY.net

NameJet released their January sales and PY.net was the top sale at $27,000. NamesCon results are not included in the list. ZSV.com was the first 3L.com sold and it went for only $11,100. The first non .com sale after Py.net was onyx.io for $6,100. Overall January looked slow to me, hopefully with NamesCon over things […]
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NamesCon live domain auction results and extended auction info

Auction grosses over $1.5 million; extended auction ends February 8. Right of the Dot held a live domain name auction at NamesCon last night in conjunction with NameJet. Compared to previous auctions, it seemed like the live auction hall stayed pack much longer than in previous years. The auction grossed over $1.5 million in sales. […]

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NameJet Scores a COOL $3K Emoji Domain Auction Close

It’s a been a few weeks since NameJet debuted its Premium .WS Emoji Domain Auction. In my opinion, the results have been interesting to say the least when compared to emoji domain auctions over at GoDaddy. GoDaddy has fallen completely off the map for emoji domain auctions in the last week or so, but that’s […]
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