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From #NamePros to #NameJet : JE.com is being auctioned

It’s rare to see two letter .com domains go in auction, and JE.com is one of these rare gems. Two letter .com domains are being snapped by the Chinese, often without consideration to the “quality” of the letters involved. Simply put, China’s capital for LL .com domains is almost unlimited, and many two letter .com […]

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Top NameJet and SnapNames sales in January

Web.com now includes data from SnapNames in monthly report. The domain name industry thrives on data, so I have good news: Web.com is now releasing sales data from SnapNames for sales of $2,000+. The move comes after Web.com acquired the rest of NameJet from Tucows. This means Web.com owns both of the expired domain platforms. […]

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Web.com Aftermarket Platform Sales for January

Usually we report the NameJet monthly sales but now that NameJet is 100% owned by Web.com they will also include SnapNames sales.   7525.com $59,999.00 NameJet q4.com $53,001.00 NameJet iqd.com $20,044.00 NameJet bxf.com $15,200.00 NameJet amtech.com $12,250.00 NameJet shango.com $11,222.00 NameJet shango.com $11,222.00 SnapNames shawnee.com $10,445.00 NameJet chinajobs.com $9,608.00 NameJet icrm.com $8,988.00 NameJet mexo.com $7,616.00 […]

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NameJet adjusting incremental bid amounts on pending delete names

NameJet sent out an email that they will be changing the incremental bid amounts on pending delete auctions.   Incremental Bid Announcement For Pending Delete Names Dear NameJet Customer, We are writing to announce a new opportunity for you to compete for the Pending Delete names you want on NameJet. Effective, October 17th, 2018, we […]

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#NameJet : Rare #domain name self-shreds after auction ends at $14,000 dollars

A rare .com domain was shred to pieces on Sunday afternoon, after a special NameJet auction. Promoted through several NameJet newsletters as the “world’s most rare .com domain,” the digital asset’s printout was cut to pieces using the NameJet office shredder. “We call this an artistic experimentation crossover, when digital art elegantly fuses with the […]

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NameJet sales in August up to $57,000

A slow month but some solid sales at NameJet. August is generally a slow month for domain sales, and that showed at NameJet. The company had 69 sales of $2,000 or more, totaling $339,000. Here are some of the sales that caught my attention: AMZ.com $57,000 – This non-expiry sale was obviously aided by the […]

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NameJet August sales led by AMZ.com

NameJet reported their August sales and AMZ.com led the way at $57,000. 69 sales in total, only 2 three letter.coms sold in August. Only 2 .org sales and 4 .net sales. amz.com $57,000.00 dpn.com $32,200.00 xr.net $19,532.00 Youcar.com $9,100.00 fu8.com $8,200.00 genitalherpes.com $7,027.00 fede.com $6,500.00 hunchback.com $6,201.00 autolife.com $5,647.00 05c.com $5,610.00 ihea.com $5,200.00 dure.com $5,101.00 […]

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10 Notable NameJet sales from March

How much more valuable is Freedom.com than TheFreedom.com? 1000 times, apparently. NameJet sold 102 domain names last month for $2,000 or more for a total of $500,000. Here are ten of the sales that jumped out at me: Optimization.com $27,700 – A buyer might also want to pick up optimize.com and optimise.com, which are available […]

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NameJet March sales led by Bey.com

NameJet reported their March sales and Bey.com led the list at $31,000. Optimization.com came in second at $27,700. 102 sales 2 three letter.com sales 17 numeric sales 7 three character .com sales ML.net was the highest non com sale at $24,500 bey.com $31,000.00 optimization.com $27,700.00 ml.net $24,500.00 628888.com $22,301.00 realestatemarket.com $20,200.00 huv.com $16,100.00 wehost.com $12,600.00 […]

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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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