Expired Auctions – Thursday 6th October

Bought the Domain 2Not much quality on the expired auctions yesterday. Notwithstanding that, there were still 24 contested domains on Netfleet. I have to say that I don’t know why some of these domains were purchased at all. AusRegistry, auDA, and the respective dropcatchers thank you for your sacrifice and donations!

Netfleet Results


Drop.com.au Results



They picked up number one at the list on Netfleet – drones.net.au. In my closing remarks yesterday, I said that I “certainly can’t see anything that inspires me to great heights!”. LOL! However, I saw someone going after this one on Drop.com.au, so I decided to have a go. Even though it is a net.au, it’s a great name – everyone is talking about drones these days.

So what’s on offer today? As I write this, there are no early bids on Drop.com.au. That generally indicates it’s going to be a fairly sparse day. Time will obviously tell though.

Remember though, if you really want a domain, don’t be afraid to pay!

Ned O’Meara – 7th October 2016


5 thoughts on “Expired Auctions – Thursday 6th October

  • October 7, 2016 at 12:27 pm

    I bought smokehouse.com.au from a fellow domain investor in 2013. I wanted the pair! 😉

    • October 7, 2016 at 12:44 pm

      That makes sense Luke!

      Cigarettes / cigars or gourmet food products? 😉

      • October 7, 2016 at 12:49 pm

        As an ex-smoker (kicked the filthy habit many years ago now) – definitely gourmet food!

        Every offer I’ve had to date on smokehouse.com.au has been from food-related businesses.

  • October 7, 2016 at 5:41 pm

    Well done on the purchase of Drones.net.au Neddy. We’ve launched Drones.com.au few months ago and the results so far are very encouraging. One day drones will be as common as mobile phones. It is an industry with a lot of potential.

    • October 8, 2016 at 8:15 am

      @Emil –  I agree with your sentiments about the future for drones.

      I wish you well with drones.com.au – you simply have the best name. I only bought the net.au because it was such a cheap entry into this market (and with a little thought in the back of my mind about who knows what’s going to happen with .au!)

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