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09|24|2008 05:26 pm EDT

Aftermarket.com Live Auction Results (Targeted TRAFFIC conference)

by Frank Michlick in Categories: Domain Auction

Aftermarket.com, part of the Thought Convergence group of companies, auctioned off 50 domains at the Targeted T.R.A.F.F.I.C. with 26 selling for a total of $148,700. The highest sale was Illionois.org for $31,000 and the lowest sale was SpywareTracker.com at $650. The average sales price was $5,719.23 per domain.

See the unofficial live auction results after the jump. Please not that we do not warrant the accuracy of the results.

Once more we will be were live blogging the auction results of the auctions at the Targeted T.R.A.F.F.I.C. conference in New York, this time for the Aftermarket.com Auction.

Lot Domain(s) Reserve Status Price
1 Beneath.com $3,000 SOLD $3,000
2 FootSpray.com $2,500 SOLD $3,600
3 StudentChecking.com $2,500 SOLD $3,500
4 BusinessGrant.com $13,000 pass
5 CorporateTaxes.com $10,000 pass
6 Classic.net $5,000 pass
7 SeaFoodRestaurants.com $8,000 SOLD $8,000
8 Husband.com/Wife.com $200,000 pass
9 EquipmentBrokers.com $1,000 SOLD $2,000
10 EnergyTips.com $5,000 SOLD $9,000
11 OfficeComplex.co $5,000 pass
12 Illionois.org $25,000 SOLD $31,000
13 NewYorkLoft.com $20,000 pass
14 Drama.net $7,000 pass
15 LCDtelevisions.com $15,000 pass
16 MortgageCenter.com $40,000 pass
17 Dabbler.com $2,880 SOLD $3,600
18 FloodDamages $320 SOLD $700
19 Vulnerable.com $5,000 SOLD $6,500
20 Off.com $70,000 pass
21 PartTimeHelp.com $4,000 pass
22 HeatingFuel.com $0 SOLD $1,900
23 Porch.net $1,000 SOLD $1,400
24 Bail.net $9,000 pass
25 KidFlicks.com $2,000 SOLD $2,000
26 StayAtHome.com $15,000 SOLD $15,000
27 TrademarkAttorneys.com $50,000 pass
28 AntiItch.com $2,500 pass
29 Eat.net $39,500 pass
30 HospitalClothes.com $500 SOLD $1,400
31 Association.com $50,000 pass
32 Regiment.com $8,000 SOLD $11,000
33 TwinSizeBed.com $820 SOLD $1,150
34 Drive.net $9,000 pass
35 ChamberMaid.com $3,000 SOLD $6,000
36 Formula.info $650 SOLD $750
37 Palermo.com $75,000 pass
38 ChewToys.com $15,000 pass
39 PianoTuners.com $0 SOLD $2,550
40 MadisonAve.com $10,000 SOLD $17,000
41 FluPrevention.com $2,500 SOLD $2,500
42 MobileNews.com $10,000 pass
43 TravelDirectory.com $20,000 pass
44 Headcase.com $4,000 SOLD $4,000
45 SpywareTracker.com $500 SOLD $650
46 BanquetHall.com $33,000 pass
47 ScienceBooks.com $1,000 SOLD $5,000
48 Peephole.com $15,000 pass
49 Openings.com $50,000 pass
50 BrokerageAccount.com $5,000 SOLD $5,500

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14 Comments

Rob

September 24, 2008 @ 6:17 pm EDT

For those of us that couldn’t make it this time around, your up-to-the-minute auction updates are very much appreciated!!!

john

September 24, 2008 @ 8:45 pm EDT

thank you very much for your up-to-the-minute updates!

Joe Davison

September 25, 2008 @ 5:31 am EDT

Thanks Frank!

Liz

September 25, 2008 @ 5:45 am EDT

some are pretty cool names. cant believe they are sill out there in the market for example Drive.net. pretty cool thing.

Stephen Douglas

September 25, 2008 @ 7:05 am EDT

Anyone want to post an estimated revenue total on all domains sold on Aftermarket.com TNY auction, Rick Latona’s auction, Rick S’ auction, and Moniker’s auction?

Frank Michlick

September 25, 2008 @ 8:52 am EDT

Great idea Stephen, I’ve posted it here.

Mickie Kennedy

September 25, 2008 @ 10:57 am EDT

Is it just me or were a lot of good names here just too high in reserve price? I think if the reserve a fair bit lower, many may have sold — and I suspect being an auction, a few may have bid up to their desired reserve price or more.

Dave

September 25, 2008 @ 1:55 pm EDT

There’s some gems coming up in the online auction

Patricia Kaehler (DomainBELL)

September 25, 2008 @ 2:26 pm EDT

one of my favorite things to read – are Auction Results…
Thanks for sharing the info…

~DomainBELL (Patricia)

Stephen Douglas

September 25, 2008 @ 11:19 pm EDT

Thanks Frank, for putting up the overall tally table. Looks like everyone did some selling, decent prices too. And did I see it right? “SLEEPWALKING.COM” for only $7500? wow — i see a flip coming! ;-)

I’m looking forward to hearing Rick’s take on the multi auction platform, and on each of the auction producer’s analysis of their participation. Everyone should be listening closely…

Frank Michlick

September 25, 2008 @ 11:54 pm EDT

Stephen, I just added the proper credit to the summary table. Thanks for the idea.

Andreas Brekken

September 28, 2008 @ 5:38 pm EDT

Good to see domain prices staying up when not much else is!

nSym: Domain portfolios

Richard Meyer

September 30, 2008 @ 10:12 am EDT

This applies to all of the major auctions in general.

It bothers me when people complain that the reserve price is too high.
The owner has the right to set his minimum selling price.
It is his/her domain.

If it is a premium domain, why should they give it away?
Plus, many of the people that I see complaining about the high reserve prices are not usually a buyer of premium domains anyway.

Maybe, the owner knows more about the potential value of the domain than the casual window-shopping domainer?

Could the people complaining before the auction about the high reserve price have ulterior motives? Maybe, they will be a bidder and want to scare other bidders away?

Maybe, the reserve price is so far outside of the complaining person’s economic abilities that they just want to spoil it for the seller?

Overall, I think there were some great purchases at the recent Traffic conference.

In a couple years, will we look back at these domain sales and think
“wow, what a deal”.

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