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Deep insight into recent aftermarket domain sales

Joseph Peterson looks into what domains sold on Web.com’s aftermarket platforms in January, and why. In January, 88 domains sold above $2000 apiece between the two auction platforms, NameJet and SnapNames.  75% of these occurred in a narrow lower range: $2k to $4.3k.  And only five domains surpassed $10k. Far and away, the biggest sale […]

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NameJet and SnapNames inventory to become one

Customers only need to place backorders on one site. NameJet and SnapNames domain name inventory is being integrated so that both platforms have the same inventory. Web.com now owns both domain marketplaces, so it makes sense for the inventory to show on both sites. Any registrars that have direct-transfer expired domain deals with SnapNames will […]

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Hi Wanda, here’s what sold at Web.com last month

Wanda.com led the charts at NameJet last month. Web.com’s domain auction platforms had a good month in November. NameJet and SnapNames combined to sell a total of 92 domains for $2,000 or more, totaling just over $500,000. $84,000 of that was from one domain: Wanda.com. It appears that a Chinese domain investor bought the domain. […]

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.Org domains with rich history top expired domain sales

A three-word .org domain name with lots of backlinks was the top expired domain sale at Web.com last month. KnowYourStuff.org, circa 2016. Screenshot from Screenshots.com. Web.com’s domain auction platforms grossed nearly $300,000 from sales of domains at $2,000 or more last month. The combined total includes both NameJet and SnapNames. Surprisingly, a three-word .org led the […]

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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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TNT’s Handpicked Best of the Drop and Auction List for 2/21/2018!

Here is TNT’s Handpicked Best of the Drop and Auction List for 2/21/2018. The Auction items are all Hand Picked NamePro’s Auction Lists! I will not be back-ordering or bidding on any of these domains myself. There are some really valuable domains on this list! If you have any thoughts/input please leave a comment below! […]

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TNT’s Best of the Drop and Auction List for 2/16/2018

Here is TNT’s Best of the Drop and Auction List for 2/16/2018. The Auction items are all Hand Picked NamePro’s Auction Lists! I will not be back-ordering or bidding on any of these domains myself. There are some really valuable domains on this list! If you have any thoughts/input please leave a comment below! Good […]

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#Sony #domains : Locomotion.com dropped and #SnapNames caught it!

Sony Pictures fumbled the corporate ball with Locomotion.com, a formerly aged domain that was once part of its media and television stable. Registered in 1997, Locomotion.com was used for Locomotion, the TV channel by the same name, acquired by Sony. “Locomotion was a TV channel dedicated to Anime and Western animation, broadcasting movies and TV […]

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ICANN expects to lose 750 registrars in the next year

ICANN is predicting that about 750 accredited registrars will close over the next 12 months due to the over-saturation of the drop-catching market. ICANN VP Cyrus Namazi made the estimate while explaining ICANN’s fiscal 2018 budget, which is where the projection originated, at the organization’s public meeting in South Africa last week. He said that […]

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.NYC tech domain name auction brings in $29,000

Web.nyc pulls in highest bid in latest auction of .NYC domain name.s .NYC held an auction of technology and entrepreneur-themed domain names on SnapNames that concluded yesterday. The headline result was quite a bit lower than previous auctions. 18 domain names sold for a total of $28,872, led by Web.nyc for $8,638. This compares to […]

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