10 notable NameJet sales last month including PuffDaddy.com – Domain Name Wire

From a Spanish-language domain for $55,200 to PuffDaddy.com, here are ten notable domains that sold on NameJet last month.

PuffDaddy.com sold on NameJet. Photo By Reckless Dream Photography (Diddy 23) CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

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.

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