I’ve been using the InternetTraffic platform for a few weeks now and in terms of receiving offers on domains I have gotten as many offers over about 2 weeks that it took me 3 months to get via Sedo when I was with them. The orange banner at the top is key, and it is a great call to action to help people identify that this domain is for sale, unlike Sedo’s little sentence that is blended in with everything else on the page. Even though I have received increased offers I have not made a sale yet using the platform so I can’t speak to ease of use on that front, but I’m sure I’ll get one in the next few weeks or less. Here is today’s list…

Today’s list is the most popular upcoming auctions on Namejet. I hate putting up a list without adding comments but in a time crunch today. We’ll be back to our regularly scheduled Top 11 selections and my oh so witty commentary about them tomorrow.

trumpet.com

4970.com

streetbike.com

octavia.com

vege.com

9614.com

yinjiang.com

gup.net

metals.net

dsh.net

heister.com

changmei.com

tids.com

eii.net

egi.net

iho.net

firstminute.com

sleight.com

tsk.net

5050.net

odk.net

oig.net

ihunter.com

una.org

skke.com

gde.net

ruc.net

hlg.net

matt.info

escore.com

textiles.net

aian.com

fcl.net

gah.net

epm.net

verko.com

bne.org

etology.com

gdm.net

materials.net

chefsblog.com

xiangdui.com

forexinvestment.com

yazma.com

d8a.com

chaliao.com

qinchu.com

solida.com

mizong.com

bup.org

workingfaster.com

huoyao.com

aaro.com

nibp.com

ihoster.com

midnightapps.com

quik.net

fbcovers.com

jnn.org

stadiumclub.com

papyrusbooks.com

bangkokbizweek.com

crisol.com

lkg.org

oih.org

sensoren.com

ghnn.com

oranta.com

hostconnect.com

xingyong.com

permanentstorage.com

tldd.com

meiti.net

dobis.com

nbus.com

jdfs.com

ambulancebilling.com

growhouse.com

diosmio.com

ajla.com

weddingbrochure.com

ghada.com

housebroken.com

2 comments on “Namejet’s Best Upcoming Auctions – Saturday Edition

  • How are you handling lowball offers? Do you reply back with your asking price? Are you getting counter offer after that?

    • @Richard

      It really depends on the domain name. I categorize my domains into different buckets and the way that I handle each bucket is unique. For my top tier domains I tell them that their offer is not even worth countering. In my opinion this lets them know to either bring a real offer or get lost. In my bottom tier bucket I will give them a price that I’m looking to get. I would price the domain maybe 25% above the lowest number I’d take, this way I can give some concessions if we go back and forth. People want to feel like they haggled you down, so give yourself some room to let them accomplish that. And in my middle tier bucket I evaluate the domain name, how many offers I’ve had on it, how easy I think it is to move it, and if it is something that I think I could be stuck with for 5 years and I don’t love it then I’ll throw out a number, otherwise I’ll give them a clue of the range I’m looking for through a comment like “you going to need to add another zero” or “you’re a few multiples off” or something along those lines. And to be clear, these are all when responding to lowball offers.

      Sometimes I get a counter, sometimes not. If the person is a lowballer in general then no matter what you say you won’t get them to pay up.

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