Posted on 09 June 2014 by Andrei
The “Everything Must Go” Sedo auction I mentioned a few days ago will end today, only a little over 11 hours left. A grand total of 196 domains are being offered, including a lot of interesting LLLLs such as quad premiums (LLLLs with 4 premium letters), LLLLs with repeating letters and so on.
To take a look at the entire list, click HERE.
Posted on 05 June 2014 by Andrei
An “Everything Must Go” no reserve auction event started on Sedo this week and will end in approximately 4 days and 19 hours.
196 domains are being offered, including lots of LLLL dot coms (some of which are quad premiums, in other words LLLLs with 4 premium letters, or have repeating letters):
Posted on 27 February 2014 by Andrei
… only approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes left.
This isn’t exactly their best month inventory-wise but still, you might be able to find something interesting. I think that for the domaining industry, a public monthly auction like GreatDomains represents a good thing but unfortunately, it seems this event is not a priority for Sedo these days.
Posted on 22 January 2014 by Andrei
Sedo really should start advertising their GreatDomains auctions more aggressively in my opinion. I think DomainingTips is the only site that mentions GreatDomains every once in a while and am reasonably confident that without my occasional reminders, quite a few domainers would forget that GreatDomains auctions still exist.
Posted on 23 October 2013 by Andrei
This month’s Sedo Great Domains event will end tomorrow, only about 20 hours and 30 minutes left at the moment of writing.
Can’t say this is the best inventory they ever had but the domains aren’t necessarily bad either (some of them are actually excellent but their reserves are on the high side in my opinion). On a scale of 1 to 10, I’d say we’re somewhere in the 7 zone.
Posted on 24 September 2013 by Andrei
… and the auctions will end on Thursday, in about 1 day and 20 hours.
Their inventory is better than last time. For example, they have the best collection of geo dot org domains I ever saw (USA.org, Germany.org, England.org, Italy.org, Spain.org and Europe.org).
Not bad at all.
Posted on 24 July 2013 by Andrei
A few days ago, I mentioned the Mr.org GreatDomains auction. The owner listed the domain at no reserve and I explained the risks associated with this approach. The auction in question will end in about 1 day and 9 hours and right now, the price is 5700 EUR after 74 bids.
Posted on 22 July 2013 by Andrei
This month’s GreatDomains event started last week and as usual, all of the auctions will end on Thursday, in approximately 2 days and 19 hours.
To take a look at their entire inventory, click HERE.
Posted on 15 July 2013 by Andrei
If you take a look at the domains that will be auctioned via GreatDomains as of the 18th of this month, you’ll notice that mr.org is listed at no reserve basically (the reserve price is between 1 and 99).
Obviously, the owner wants to generate a bidding war by listing it at no reserve but the strategy can backfire if not enough people bid. Anyway, I’m sure lots of you (including yours truly) would love to snag it at the right price, so that leads me to the question I asked in the title: what would you do with it?
Posted on 28 June 2013 by Andrei
Andrew Rosener (Media Options) teamed up with Christopher Crowther (InternetMedia) in order to launch DNX.com, a new domain sales platform that’s definitely worth checking out.
Running such a platform will be extremely hard but both parties have been around the block for quite a while, so the fundamentals are there and I wish them all the best.