Just having a look back at the action last week on the expired auctions.
Monday 4th April
Quieter day today with only 10 contested domains on Netfleet; they lost just 1 (which was the top one). This was hmr.com.au at $218 +/+ – picked up by Domain Shield (probably for $200 inclusive). Bid on Drop.com.au was just $2 +/+.
Top domains were cedia.com.au – bid was $100 +/+; (no bid on Drop); followed by bargains.net.au at $100 (no bid on Drop).
Overall, three domains achieved 3 figures, with the other seven selling from $32 +/+ down to $10 +/+.
Tuesday 5th April
Today saw 19 contested domains on NF today, and they won 16. Nothing special dollarwise.
Top domains were kap.com.au – bid was $122 +/+; (bid on Drop was higher at $139 +/+); followed by gidgegannup.com.au which was lost at NF with a bid of $113 +/+ – won at Domain Shield for $100 (no bid on Drop). Next was yourbroker.com.au – won at NF for $100 +/+ (no bid on Drop).
Only these three domains cracked 3 figures – the rest went from $68 +/+ down to $10 +/+.
Wednesday 6th April
Big day today for Netfleet in terms of numbers. There were 29 domains contested, and they won all but one. That domain was reggae.com.au (losing bid on NF was $84 +/+). It was picked up on Domain Shield for either $50 or $100 inclusive.
Top domains was holidaygoldcoast.com.au at $300 +/+; ($130 +/+ bid on Drop). Next two were typos! They were melbournescorts.com.au and sydneyescortslonline.com.au – both of which went for $200 +/+ (ouch). Looks like they were different buyers though.
Overall, 5 domains achieved 3 figures; and the other 24 went from $84 +/+ down to $10 +/+.
Thursday 7th April
Another huge day today for Netfleet in terms of numbers and dollars. There were 21 domains contested, and they won 14.
However, they did win the big one which was immigrationlawyers.com.au which went for $4000 +/+ (losing bid on Drop was only $1180 +/+). This domain along with nine other “immigration” domains were dropped by one registrant. As an interesting footnote, I sold this package to the person two years and 1 month ago. Not sure why he let them drop – could it be that his email address (which was a Hotmail one) didn’t perform or get checked?
Other top domains were gwa.com.au – bid was $557 +/+; (bid on Drop was only $79 +/+); followed by immigrationlawyersmelbourne.com.au which was lost at NF with a bid of $288 +/+ – probably won at Domain Shield for $200 or $400 inclusive (bid on Drop was $334 +/+).
The one domain cracked 4 figures – eleven went for 3 figures (of which Netfleet actually lost 5) – the remaining 9 domains went from $85 +/+ down to $10 +/+.
Friday 8th April
A total of 14 contested domains on Netfleet today, and they won 10 of them – including the top three.
“Top of the wozza” today was evote.com.au – bid was $244 +/+; (losing bid on Drop was only $1 +/+).
Next in line was an infamous domain – dstore.com.au. This was snapped by NF for just $125 +/+; (losing bid on Drop was $61 +/+).
Overall, only two domains cracked 3 figures; with the other 12 selling from $78 +/+ down to $12 +/+.
Saturday 9th April
Big dollar day today for Netfleet. There were 13 domains contested, and they won all of them.
Top domain was sold to an enduser who happened to be a public company. Good marketing Netfleet! The domain was nsx.com.au at $3208 +/+; ($203 +/+ bid on Drop). The enduser was lucky that Drop didn’t grab it!
Next up was concretecutting.com.au at $678 +/+ (losing bid on Drop was $201 +/+).
The one domain cracked 4 figures – one for 3 figures; and the remaining 11 domains went from $68 +/+ down to $12 +/+.
Sunday 10th April
No great shakes today – 10 contested domains on Netfleet (and they won all of them).
Top domain was dke.com.au – bid was $165 +/+.
Overall, three domains cracked 3 figures; with the other 7 selling from $67 +/+ down to $11 +/+.