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Bidding in web domain auctions is not for the faint of heart – The Irish Times – Thu, Aug 09, 2012

The scammer who e-mailed me was, of course, trying to see how much I would be willing to pay for a domain, and then he would bid for it. But there was no way I was letting that happen – I was going to jump into that auction myself. In my case, I was dealing […] Is Back!

***Breaking News***
About two hours ago I received a Like request to join a Facebook fan page.
So what does this mean? It means that Bido is back!
I have personally confirmed with an unnamed source that Bido will be coming back soon. In fact, …

Is $2000 Too Much To Pay For A Great Startup Domain?

As an example to startups especially, I wanted to highlight this recent auction as an example of the kinds of domains that can be acquired for reasonable prices. If you’re getting ready to launch and are facing the difficult task of finding the right… Sells For $200,000; DomainFest Live Auction Brings In $458K

Right after the DomainFest auction came to a close, sold the domain name for $200,000.
While the domain did not officially sell in the auction (it was passed) a deal was struck immediately after the close of …

Our Picks From The Domain Name Auction From The Epik Development Conference will be holding a live domain name auction from the Epik Development Conference tomorrow September 16, Thursday at 4:30pm ET / 1:30pm PT.
Remote bidding will be available on and actually pre-bidding on the auc…

UPDATED: Sells For $1,150,000; Total DomainFest Extended Sales: $1,262,000 just sold at the DomainFest extended auction on for $1,150,000
Its a great domain and can be used for insurance, stocks and other financial markets. shows the domain having over 20K visitors a month…

Official Results; Almost $2.4M In Sales has just released the official results from today’s auction.
Although some have reported that and sold under reserve, that does not appear to be the case.              …

Rick Latona Changes Newsletter To Daily Auctions

Rick Latona is switching things up a bit!
In a nutshell, he’s taking what used to be his daily newsletter and has turned it into a daily auction instead. For the inaugural auction the inventory will have a $1.00 reserve, but going forward after that the names will have a reserve price.
Most of the auctions will […]

No/Low Reserve DomainFest Auction Nets $153K

The No/Reserve live auction from Domainfest just concluded with a total of $152,750 in sales. lead the way tied with at $12K each.
Here is the full list of domains that sold:



Picks for Moniker’s DomainFest Auction

Moniker announced the inventory with reserve prices for the Domain Fest live domain auction that will take place in Santa Monica on Thursday, January 28, 2010 from 2:00 – 6:00 pm PST. Bidding can also be done online at Snapnames. Below are my top 10 …

Collusion on Drop Auction Bidding

During the past year, a few people have mentioned that they received emails from other bidders competing on domain auctions, although primarily involving drop auctions. The competing bidders reached out in an attempt to thwart their bidding, to keep th… Sells For $8K On

The domain sold for $8,103 on today.
Here are some other notable sales from this week: $4,500 $4,401 $4,350 $3,000 $2,600
mortgagedalla… Sells For $8K On

The domain sold today on namejet for $8,000.  I have been in plenty of homes that have their own 2, 3 or 4 story elevator and they are certainly a big ticket item.
Other notable sales in the last couple of days on