Expired Auctions – Friday 25th November 2016

expired-auctions-25-nov-002I just cannot believe some of the crap that is being bought lately!

26 contested domains on Netfleet; they won 25.

Top domain was toolsonline.com.au at $213 ++; followed by a couple of LLL domains.

Netfleet Results


Drop.com.au Results



Quiet day.

What’s In Store Today?

Couple of early bids on LLL domains, but other than that, my advice would be to save your money!


Ned O’Meara – 26th November 2016

2 thoughts on “Expired Auctions – Friday 25th November 2016

  • November 26, 2016 at 11:42 am

    “I just cannot believe some of the crap that is being bought lately!”

    Ned, you made me smile.  I looked for the crap you mention, but I really didn’t see anything I’d describe as horrible.  Then again, I’m accustomed to expired domain auctions for .COM.  So when it comes to terrible domains sold in bidding wars, my standards have to be a lot lower!  In .COM, most of these same names would be highly sought after.

    I imagine early New Yorkers, who owned spacious Manhattan town houses, looking askance at later arrivals who had the bad taste to settle for tiny apartments.  They didn’t realize how supply and demand were carving up the geography into smaller, less valuable, but more expensive parcels.

    Once the more mediocre stuff begins to sell after expiry and at consistently higher prices, that means the .AU market is growing.

    • November 26, 2016 at 11:48 am

      @Joseph – good to see you read my articles! 🙂

      My comment was a provocative one which I hoped would get some sort of response. One man’s trash is definitely another man’s treasure.

      Totally understand what you say about the difference between our markets. But with only 3 million domains in circulation here, we can still afford to be fussy!

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