How’d They Do : Daily Namejet and Godaddy Sales Results Monday 3-18

Mar 18 2013

Some big names at Namejet today but most of them didn’t make reserve.  The great numbers 1400 and 3400 went for over $5K but they have 4s in them so the market is more English speaking than Chinese.   Here are the names I was following today

Godaddy

(first price is price with one day left, second in bold is final price)

 

6w1.com $135…..$155
plugingeneration.net $295…..$326
caviarandcodfish.com $555….$555
twopeanuts.com $76…...$416
americamember.org $505……$1010
chefguy.com $27…..$32
rulethestars.com $455…..$2560
nineandahalfminutes.org $986…..$1855
c-s-i.org $1,005……$5001
largepro.com $70….$150
speakeasymag.com $120…..$414
appsforscience.com $135…..$430
pizzainny.com $86…..$96
aesthetehome.com $205…..$205
hg1700.com $200…..$200
antenaenlinea.com $140…..$285
bxi.com $5,900….who knows.  All records gone
appshold.com $45……$50
appswhy.com $45…..$45
muvit.com $1,506…..$1506

Namejet

(first price is price with one day left, second in bold is final price)

$99…….$1700
$109….$109
$160…..$408
$82…..$560
$160….$887
$250…..$350
$120….$650
$2,600…..$3100
$72 R……$208 (reserve not met)
$355 R….$1750 (reserve not met)
$75 R….$133 (reserve not met)
$156 ….$850 $10,000 (reserve not met)
$6,000 R……$10,000 (reserve not met)
$11,500 R.reserve not met
$451…. R$500  (reserve not met)
$79….$79
$85…….$95
$3,000……..$6501
$3,000…..$5022
$69 R…..$69
$402……..$1322
$220….$983


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6 comments

  1. GaryShane

    I’ve hovered about at a lot of NameJet auctions of late without making a single purchase, so I figured I’d better buy some names before they busted me for loitering. “1400.com” is one of a few I’ve picked up over the past month.

    It would have been nice to pay about $2k less than I did, but oportunities to buy “NNNN.com”s that are genuinely pleasing to the Western eye don’t come up often enough… I’m hoping that argument will fly with my other half when she gets home from work this evening to discover I’ve bought yet “another stupid name that’s not even a word.”

    In fact, for sake of household harmony, I think I might tell her it sold for just under $4k. 😉


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      ShaneCultra

      GaryShane,

      I loved the domain myself. I think you have a great name. The problem is the name has been shopped hard in the Chinese market and there weren’t any takers. You’ll be fine though. Lots of American buyers and it will only go up in value…….eventually 🙂

  2. jayjay

    LOL you guy’s playing with those darn NNNN.com’s again :mrgreen:

    Personally I’m sticking to the LLL.com’s, at least they have a broader appeal to the marketplace. 😉

    But hey if you know how to sell them (NNNN.com’s) good luck with them!

  3. GaryShane

    “The problem is…” – You’d get along well with my girlfriend. 🙂

    I’ve owned and sold a bunch of numeric names, and like yourself, have found it impossible to lose money on the things. I could probably belt out a ten page treatise on the merits and drawbacks of a particular numeric acquisition, but I seriously doubt any of it would accurately predict traffic, performance, or the eventual sales price.

    @jayjay
    “LOL you guy’s playing with those darn NNNN.com’s again?” – It feels that way sometimes.

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