Archive for December 2010

Namepros:Sell your domain name at live auction for only $5!?

Dec 14th, 2010 | By | Category: Domains Marketing News

Dear xxxx, You’re invited to participate in our next live auction! Live Domain Auction Friday, December 17 Noon PST/ 3PM EST The NamePros Live Auction features domain names and websites for sale in a dynamic online event hosted by a live auctioneer team. To list your domain name for sale, visit: http://www.namepros.com/liveauction.php?a=add Sellers pay a […]



9888.com Fetching Big Bucks At Auction

Dec 10th, 2010 | By | Category: Domains Marketing News

By ShaneCultra | Dec 9, 2010 9888.com is presently at auction over at 4.cn and as I’ve pointed out before, the Chinese love the number 8. The only thing better than the number 8? Three in a row. The auction ends Saturday and already has 32 bids and is presently at a little over $15,000. […]



Whois Spammer: newdomain@Inline.me, AddDomainNames.com

Dec 10th, 2010 | By | Category: Domain Scam & Legal Issues

posted by Jamie Zoch in December 9th, 2010  I had hand registered a domain name earlier this week (12/6/10) to be exact and today (12/9/10) I received a spam email from the address newdomain@inline.me . The email stated (links removed): I noticed you just bought DomainHere.com. Our statistics indicate that your domain’s primary keyword phrase, […]



Sex.co for Sale at Sedo

Dec 9th, 2010 | By | Category: Domains Marketing News

Sedo and .CO Internet S.A.S announce Sedo as offical broker of Sex.co Cambridge, Dec. 8, 2010 – Sedo, the leading online domain marketplace, and .CO Internet S.A.S., the registry operator for the .CO top-level domain (TLD), today announced that Sedo is exclusively brokering the domain name, Sex.co. This premium domain name is entering the domain […]



Go Daddy’s 2011 Super Bowl Ad Will Promote .Co

Dec 8th, 2010 | By | Category: Domains Marketing News

by Kevin Murphy Go Daddy’s 2011 Super Bowl ad is going to have one big difference – it will advertise .co domains. The registrar has made a deal with .CO Internet to share the cost of the big-money ad – exact terms have not been disclosed – in what will be the biggest marketing deal […]



Afternic.com Sells $450K In Domains

Dec 8th, 2010 | By | Category: Domains Marketing News

2010 December 7 by MHB The weekly Afternic.com report is out for the week ending December 5, 2010. In all over $450,000 domains were sold in reportable .com sales $2K and over and non-com’s $1K and over. Here is the full list: shop1.com $13,200.00 nextware.com $12,800.00 f2d.com $12,005.00 rydin.com $11,000.00 koto.com $10,000.00 piedmontese.com $9,350.00 imnet.com […]



Godaddy Auction Sales

Dec 7th, 2010 | By | Category: Domains Marketing News

Notable auction sales of domain names by Godaddy.com are as follows: QIP.com for $25,000 and Recicla.com for $22,400.  Another 3 character sales was found in 728.com for  $18,121, and acronyms payoff came to the owner of  HRCI.com for  $10,000.  Godaddy.com sold theGiveaway.com for $6,200 TowerOfEnglish.com for $5,000, (possibly a game name). Another triple character name […]



Today avalible 12-7

Dec 7th, 2010 | By | Category: Hand Picked Available Domain Names

mizme.com baptizar.com zwity.com liquidizes.com immaterials.com historicists.com tw1st3d.com ozili.com diablic.com a8yes.com thermoscopes.com radiogeology.com kararsiz.com obrigar.com smartlik.com mercenarily.com charityboy.com spliceable.com indisposing.com lankesi.com



Namejet and Anthos Chrysanthou Renege on Huge Sale

Dec 7th, 2010 | By | Category: Domain Sale and Parking Tips, Domain Scam & Legal Issues

Last Wednesday and Thursday, Namejet auction activity was dominated by more than 1,800 LLL.net and LLL.org domain names for sale. Most didn’t meet their reserve prices, but many did sell at high values (pet.org for $34,100, see.net for $15,700, ccc.net for $9,600, lab.org for $7,901, etc.) I personally bought 8 names for a total price […]



Google Adsense For Domains Now Makes Parking Easier

Dec 5th, 2010 | By | Category: Domains Marketing News

Company changes parking procedures for Adsense for Domains. Ever since Google released its direct-to-publisher Google Adsense for Domains program, one of the big complaints has been how difficult it is to point your domains to Google’s parking servers. You had to make a change to your A records and create CNAME records. Compare this to […]