From a Spanish-language domain for $55,200 to PuffDaddy.com, here are ten notable domains that sold on NameJet last month.
We talked about NameJet a lot last month due to the shill bidding scandal, but the marketplace marches on. The site posted 92 sales of $2,000 or more totaling over $600,000 in July. Here are ten notable sales.
Inmuebles.com $55,200 – Inmuebles is “estate” in Spanish.
Spitfire.com $42,800 – A ton of companies use Spitfire in their names and this was once an active website.
GoGirl.com $22,322 – You go girl!
ModernLiving.com $7,900 – Common term for modern furniture, homes and more. I think the buyer will do well with this domain.
MedicalCoverage.com $5,200 – A lot of people in the U.S. are wondering where their medical coverage will come from next year.
Adjusters.com $5,005 – People don’t look for insurance adjusters (they are assigned by the insurance company) but this is a great name for a trade association or for an insurance adjuster training program.
DealSpot.com $4,201 – A wonderful brand name for a deals site. In fact, it used to be one.
Enon.com $3,433 – Did no one at NameJet, which is part owned by Enom, see this domain come up for sale? It’s now listed on BrandBucket with a $25,000 asking price. I guess eNom would have to be careful about bidding at NameJet.
Troller.com $3,045 – If I want to troll the buyer of this domain, I can just say the name sucks.
PuffDaddy.com $2,211 – It seems that rapper Puff Daddy (or someone associated with him) once owned this domain.