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November 22, 2017 01:46

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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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10 Notable NameJet Sales from September: GigaFactory.com, Everex.com and more

GigaFactory.com and Everex.com among the more notable sales on NameJet last month. How long does it take to recover from a shill bidding scandal? About one month. NameJet reported 94 sales in September of $2,000 or greater, totaling $744,000. This is a nice rebound from August when sales totaled only $333,000. Here are ten sales […]

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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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10 Notable NameJet Sales from August

A low month but some notable sales. NameJet sold 65 names greater than $2,000 for a total of only $333k last month. That’s a lot less dollar value than usual (about half). I gather the low number is for a couple reasons. First, August is a slow month because a lot of people are on […]

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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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NameJet July sales led by Inmuebles.com

NameJet released their July sales and inmuebles.com was the top sale at $55,200. Spitfire.com was number two at $42,800. 3L.com always a popular category, took 4 out of the top 10. 3171.com was the top selling numeric at $42,022. inmuebles.com $55,200.00 spitfire.com $42,800.00 3171.com $42,022.00 zev.com $25,000.00 gogirl.com $22,322.00 uam.com $20,100.00 shanshu.com $20,000.00 yot.com $18,100.00 […]

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How I’m getting $1,500+ thanks to the NameJet audit

I’ll start by saying, no, I am not getting some kind of refund relating to bidding in an auction that was proven to have shill bidding taking place on it. While NameJet is doing an internal audit to determine if shill bidding has been impacting their auctions, it looks like they’re also uncovering some payments […]

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Jesus is getting ready to save NameJet

Jesus H. Christ has been chosen as the most appropriate entity to save NameJet from current problems, according to a report. Representing a wide range of domainers who are seeking a catharsis for a recent “domain shill bidding scandal,” the Messiah was appointed to oversee the external audit process. “Jesus will be impartial, honest and […]

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