Domain Name Auction Archive

Video interviews, panel discussions, articles and Q&As featuring domain name auction.

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Berkens’ First Interview Since Selling His Portfolio + NamesCon 2016 Auction Deals

Berkens’ First Interview Since Selling His Portfolio + NamesCon 2016 Auction Deals

In his first interview since selling his portfolio, Michael Berkens answered some questions about the the WorldWide Media domain name portfolio mega-sale to GoDaddy. I asked him how much he sold his portfolio for, what he bought as a result of the sale, and what’s next for him.

Also, Berkens and Monte Cahn discuss the $24 million dollars worth of domain names that are going up for auction at the NamesCon conference in January 2016. Want some insider information on which domains will have no reserve, be the best value, or will have the highest resale potential? This is the show to watch!

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No-Reserve Steals, Unrealized Opportunities, and Logistics for the NamesCon Domain Auction

No-Reserve Steals, Unrealized Opportunities, and Logistics for the NamesCon Domain Auction

Whether you’re attending the NamesCon domain name auction in person, watching via the live web feed, or bidding by telephone, this show will walk you through domain names that you might have missed – presenting opportunities for either undervalued or no-reserve purchases.

This show also contains tactics for understanding and successfully navigating most live domain name auctions that may occur at a future date, so don’t disregard watching this interview just because you missed the auction on Tuesday, January 13, 2015.

How to Value Short Letter and Number Domain Names – With Aron Meystedt

How to Value Short Letter and Number Domain Names – With Aron Meystedt

In today’s interview, Aron Meystedt describes valuation ranges not only for two- and three-letter domain names (e.g., AA.com, BN.com), but also for two- and three-number domain names (e.g., 16.com, 144.com).

While DJI.com sold for $300,000 and 114.com sold for $2.1 million, both in July 2013, one is likely an outlier. Find out which in this interview.

Also in this interview is an opportunity to sell LL.com, LLL.com, NN.com and NNN.com domain names through Heritage Auctions to their 800,000 registered users.

NameJet Private Auctions: What You Need to Know – With Matt Overman

NameJet Private Auctions: What You Need to Know – With Matt Overman

Anyone who buys expiring domain names knows that there are three major auction sites on the Internet. But of the three, NameJet.com is the one that seems to get fantastic domain names on the most regular basis.
 
In this interview, NameJet General Manager Matt Overman walks us through how private auctions work and describes how you can take advantage of them too.

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