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08|10|2007 12:23 am EDT

Unofficial Moniker Internext Silent Auction Results

by Adam Strong in Categories: Domain Aftermarket, Domain Sales

I dug around in the auction tonight to come out with this unofficial list of domains sold at Moniker’s Internext silent domain auction. This is an adult industry event, so the list can be seen after the jump. (Click the link at the bottom) . Please, adults only.

By my count, the auction produced a mere $133,695 in sales on 40 domains. The average price per domain was $3342. The top 3 domains sold were $71,458 , $20,750 and $5930. 26 of the domains (more than half) were sold for between $590 and $360.

Puss.com $71458 (12)
TeenGirl.com $20750 (10)
HardcoreLesbians.com $5930 (1)
SexTips.org $5890 (1)
FarmLove.com $3530 (1)
Boobz.com $2849 (2)
SingleMales.com $2360 (1)
GroupDentalPlan.com $1770 (1)
GratisPorn.com $1650 (3)
DesperateTeens.com $1513 (50
HotBitchs.com $1180 (1)
TopTravelAgents.com $1180 (1)
AdultMovieChannel.com $1180 (2)
BourbonWhiskey.net $1060 (1)
FlashingBabes.com $590 (1)
Hot-Sex.com $590 (1)
FemaleAsses.com $649 (2)
StreamingAdultMovies.com $715 (4)
KinkyBoys.com $715 (4)
Anal-Fucking.com $590 (1)
Suckin.com $590 (1)
PenisCircumcision.com $440 (2)
HandjobHeaven.com $396 (2)
Ladiez.com $360 (1)
SwingDates.com $360 (1)
XXXCollegeCoeds.com $360 (1)
DollBaby.com $360 (1)
NylonLovers.com $360 (1)
GermanGuy.com $360 (1)
SapphicSex.com $360 (1)
PussyShave.com $360 (1)
EngladXXX.com $360 (1)
CelebsPictures.com $360 (1)
HackedPasswords.com $360 (1)
SexualAdvisor.com $360 (1)
TeenSwallow.com $360 (1)
SexSite.org $360 (1)
NorthFloridaGolf.com $360 (1)
WetClip.com $360 (1)
AsianFuckFest.com $360 (1)

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2 Comments

Duhmain

August 10, 2007 @ 2:58 pm EDT

GroupDentalPlan.com is considered porn? Hmmm…

Presonally, I’m more interest in NorthFloridaGolf.com. If we’re talking about hittin’ a hole in one, must be hard to get a tee time.

Forkbeard

August 11, 2007 @ 8:09 pm EDT

No surprise at the paltry sales, they made it real hard for people to see the domain inventory, and *impossible* to figure out how to register to bid if you hadn’t attended internext. They even had reps on adult webmaster boards saying, in effect “we won’t tell you how to register because we don’t want the riff-raff bidding, contact us privately for info.”

The impression was, Moniker didn’t want bidders very bad.

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