- I like .com, .fr
- I like short names
- I prefer domains with a decent appraisal
- I like closing domains with more than 1 bid
And you know what? I can specify all of my preferences here!
ClosingAuctions.com shows ALL of the closing auctions at Bido.com, CAX.com, Flippa.com, GoDaddy.com and Sedo.com with all the metrics, including a link to all the domain information (thanks DOFO.com). I can even setup email alerts so I do not forget to place a winning bid in the last hour!
Domaining.com has decided (thanks Francois) to start showing all of the closing auctions on his homepage. In fact, you set how many closing domains you want to see listed based on your domain preferences.
So from now on, each time you browse the daily news in Domaining.com (probably several times a day), you can also see if potential names you like are closing. This way you do not miss a good deal again.
But all is not perfect. For years, I have asked Namejet.com and SnapNames.com to participate so domainers can also see their public closing auctions within the same place.
No chance! The excuse has always been that they do not have enough public auctions.
It’s terrible to stick to this position when they should want to provide the highest possible exposure to their customer’s domain auctions.
The result: This week’s Mike Mann auction at SnapNames.com for DomainMarket.com had ZERO bids!!!
Our domains deserve it, or don’t we pay enough sales commission for that? Help yourself and God will help
So if you want SnapNames.com and Namejet.com public auctions be also included, please drop them a note with this suggestion.
Your voice can be louder than mine and mass demand can make them react and understand that we want the maximum exposure for the domains we auction in their marketplaces.
Thanks for your support. I hope we could make things move forward for the domainers interest.