GigaFactory.com and Everex.com among the more notable sales on NameJet last month.
How long does it take to recover from a shill bidding scandal? About one month.
NameJet reported 94 sales in September of $2,000 or greater, totaling $744,000. This is a nice rebound from August when sales totaled only $333,000.
Here are ten sales that jumped out at me:
365.tv $60,000 – This ranks as the 8th highest .tv sale ever in NameBio’s database.
Everex.com $50,205 – This explains the high price.
DigitalPhotography.com $17,100 – At what point is digital photography just photography?
Dotcoms.com $8,108 – Now here’s a domain name that readers can appreciate it. What a brand for selling domains (or for Verisign).
FootballFan.com $4,800 – You know who is not a football fan these days? One famous domain investor’s twitter feed is all about hating the NFL lately.
GigaFactory.com $4,300 – Andrew Rosener’s MediaOptions bought the domain. He already has a relationship with Elon Musk with the X.com deal, so I imagine he’s pitching this for Tesla.
Travesty.com $3,957 – Even names with negative connotations can sell for big bucks sometimes.
PCIcompliance.com $3,875 – A big name for the credit card industry.
Consultations.com $3,356 – Rather generic but it could be good for a dial-an-expert service.
Demolished.com $3,125 – First thing that comes to mind is a home demolition company.
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