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December 11, 2018 08:38

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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. […]

Read more : Epic battle ends at NameJet

The domain was just auctioned off at NameJet; the winner is niko63, with a bid of $3,155 dollars. That amount of money buys a lot of Greek olives! It’s not a secret that Greek olives are world-renowned for their quality, nutritional value and flavor. While Kalamata olives are mostly marketed in the US as […]

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Two letter domain close to hitting reserve at NameJet

The two letter .com domain,, is being auctioned at NameJet, with a current bid of $500,000 dollars. It’s very rare to see LL .com domains being auctioned, as they are popular with the Chinese, often fetching seven figures. This one is being offered from the inventory of Internet Real Estate, the owned-domain branch of […]

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Explanation of Public Auctions At Namejet

Travis and I had questions on exactly what happens when a domain that is a public auction (private listing) gets a bid, two bids, no bids?  I thought I knew but I wasn’t quite sure. So we did what most people should do. Write a post about it and complain.  Just kidding,  we just asked.  Here […]

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NameJet adds PayPal and Alipay as account funding options

NameJet, the premium domain auction marketplace, has announced that PayPal and Alipay can now be used as account funding options. These funding options will be available from December 14th onwards. At the same time, an administrative fee of 2.5% will be charged for all payments made with online methods, the exception being bank wire transfers. […]

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North Korea to list its 28 domains on NameJet

A technical fiasco unveiled all 28 domains currently registered in the .KP ccTLD, and North Korea is taking drastic measures to address the embarrassing leak. “He who betray honor of supreme leader, Kim Jong-un and spirit of blessed Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, will die painful death,” said Kim Zing-pong, Internet propaganda minister for the […]

Read more hits almost six figures at NameJet

The ultra-premium domain,, hit almost six figures at NameJet earlier today. Registered in 1995, was auctioned on NameJet with a reserve price, between $75,000 and $100,000 dollars. After 100 bids from 93 bidders took a stab at the auction, the domain’s closing price didn’t meet reserve, despite finishing with a $93,500 bid. The […]

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NameJet : Bidder ‘first’ wins $1.5 million dollar auction of domain

Can’t beat this guy! The NameJet bidder alias “first” won the bidding war for the domain Long associated with an unbeatable bidding record, user “first” on NameJet is in fact a Chinese group of bidders, pooling their cash. The NameJet auction for the domain attracted 189 bidders, and while some entered the auction […]

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DomainShane’s BIG LIST of Domain Name Auction Picks: Wednesday, March 18th, 2015

I have to admit it gets a bit frustrating.  It has become almost impossible to buy a numeric at Namejet because FIRST simply keeps bidding until you drop out.  Doesn’t really matter what you bid, he will bid higher.  And then when he doesn’t you wonder if there is a reason why so you don’t […]

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Domain auction shocker: ‘We’re sorry, but your domain did not sell’

Quite often, you list a domain for sale at one of several domain auction venues: Flippa, GoDaddy, AfterNic, NameJet or Sedo. These are the top domain auction destinations, in our opinion, frequented by domain investors and end-users alike. All while you’re hoping that the domain would sell, you receive the much dreaded message: “Your auction […]

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