Domain auctions : If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again

As an active domain investor, I maximize my domain portfolio's potential by offering it on select domain auction venues. In recent months, a small, hand-curated group of domains has been auctioned at NameJet, a venue that I've been using since 2007. What's interesting about these auctions, is … [Read more...]

NameJet works great as a domain selling venue

I've recently listed and sold a small group of quality domain names on NameJet, utilizing their public auction venue. I'm very happy with the results, and for having the ability to follow the ongoing auction live, through the NameJet system. It can be entertaining as well. :D The way it works: … [Read more...]

Domain auctions : Prompt support from NameJet

I've been a member of NameJet since 2007, having spent a pretty dollar acquiring premium domains in the secondary market. My primary focus has been that of aged, .com domains that are dictionary words, two word composites and brandables. I don't discount .net and .org domains, they hold their … [Read more...]

Bidding on domain auctions? Better check that trademark first

Expired domain auctions constitute a large portion of a smart domain investor's focus. The main reason: domains are typically aged, and - in theory - belong to a pool of good domains that is running dryer with every new .com registration. Auction venues such as GoDaddy Auctions, Sedo, NameJet … [Read more...]

Verify domain ownership before placing a bid on a domain auction

I'm an impulsive domain buyer, and I've made that clear in every venue or domain forum that I participate at. When a great deal is presented, time is often of the essence. As much as one must seize an opportunity, the associated risk can be costly. Imagine bidding on, and winning a domain … [Read more...]