Tag Archives: godaddy auctions

GoDaddy Auctions is where expired GoDaddy domain name inventory is sold off, with GoDaddy taking the profits of the expired domain sales on GoDaddy registered domains and the domains from other registrars owned directly by GoDaddy (HEG’s registrars for an example). This is a big revenue source for GoDaddy (my guess), so I wanted to look at some GoDaddy Auction stats.

The following is simply by looking at the FTP file of expired domain inventory, which is provided directly from … Read the rest

Yesterday I mentioned that GoDaddy was trying something new and listing some of its NameFind domain name portfolio on public auctions at very fair pricing and I highlighted those domains here. Well, today is a new day and some new inventory has been listed!

Here is the new auction inventory. These are affiliate links, so your clicks are appreciated and do not affect anything to your purchase prices.

View all 21 domains on auction here. Individual domains below … Read the rest

This morning I had noticed many domains move off of the normal routine out of GoDaddy’s NameFind portfolio. At first, I thought the domains had sold but reached out to GoDaddy for confirmation as they all retained NameFind in whois.

The domains did not sell, and GoDaddy wanted to try something new, auction them on GoDaddy Auctions!

I think this is GREAT for domain investors because GoDaddy is offering them at pretty good prices.

What are the domains? Here are … Read the rest

GoDaddy.com is the largest domain name registrar in the world and they offer several options for user to sell domain names. The problem IMO, is when a company gets so big like GoDaddy, things get confusing. This has happened to GoDaddy with the many options they have for customers to offer a domain name for sale.

So I wanted to do a “fact finding” with several questions I had relating to domain listings of my own and wanted to share … Read the rest