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04|08|2010 11:29 am EDT

Rick Latona Moves Newsletter to Daily Auctions

by Frank Michlick in Categories: Domain Auction

New offering is started with a 24 hour auction for 120 domains starting at $1

Rick Latona just announced that their Daily Domains Newsletter with 15,000 subscribers is now being modified to a Daily Domain Auction, held on Latonas.com. To kickstart the new auctions, Rick Latona’s offers 120 domains from their own inventory at a $1 starting bid. In order to receive a notification when the 24 hour auction starts, subscribe to the newsletter.

View the full press release and list of domains after the jump.

LATONA’S DAILY DOMAIN AUCTION IS NOW LIVE
Rick Latona’s Daily Domains is no more

Latona’s Daily Domain Auction which is replacing the famous and infamous Rick Latona’s Daily Domains launches now. To kick it off, we are auctioning off 120 names from our own inventory at only a $1 reserve. Just take a look at the opportunities below. People are going to be making money off this first auction.

Those that submit names to us can rejoice. These won’t always be $1 auctions. For now on, that same buy-it-now price that they have been submitting will be a reserve. So their names could and should sell for more money.

Also new is complete transparency. Now everyone will know what we are selling or aren’t selling. Everyone will know what they are getting for their names. Those who sell their names will know that they are getting exactly what their names are worth.

Each daily auction will start with our trademark newsletter blast to over 15,000 domain, internet marketing professionals, and businesspeople that have subscribed over the years. 24 hours after the newsletter is sent, the auction will end.

Our entire staff is on call to fix any problems that arise. They can reply to the newsletter, email support@latonas.com directly with any questions or problems or even call us at +1-678-253-1846 and 866-440-7535.

We invite you to sign up for the newsletter here: http://www.ricklatona.com/daily-domains/
You’ll need a Latona’s account in order to place a bid on one of these lucrative domain deals. You can create an account for free here: http://latonas.com/mainportal.prt?action=reg
This auction starts on Thursday, April 08, 2010 at 10AM Eastern Time (GMT – 4:00) and ends in 24 hours.
Here is the link to the $1 Reserve auction:
http://latonas.com/auctions.prt?action=viewAuction&auctionId=16
A complete list of the 120 names we are auctioning off can be found below in alphabetical order:
  • 20-20-Vision.com
  • Alabamians.com
  • AntiqueReproductions.com
  • AtlantaDivorceAttorneys.com
  • AutographedRecords.com
  • BajaCalifornia.net
  • BasicAccounting.com
  • BlackEntrepreneur.com
  • BlackJackers.com
  • CamAddiction.com
  • Chairlifts.net
  • ChestRubs.com
  • Clemson.net
  • CoAddiction.com
  • CountryLakes.com
  • CrackHouses.com
  • DearbornHeights.net
  • eNovelties.com
  • eNsile.com
  • ePayments.com
  • e-Payments.com
  • Essayists.com
  • FalsePreTenses.com
  • FootballCards.net
  • GamblingTours.com
  • GayLawyers.com
  • GoblinCostumes.com
  • GolferGetaway.com
  • GolfingShirt.com
  • GolfingShirts.com
  • GourmetCandies.com
  • Gymnasiums.com
  • Hawf.com
  • iAdults.com
  • iChick.com
  • iCloset.com
  • iClothes.com
  • iColors.com
  • iConfigure.com
  • iCorner.com
  • iCritics.com
  • iDude.com
  • iFetishes.com
  • iFiction.com
  • iFolders.com
  • iFriday.com
  • iFunerals.com
  • iHacker.com
  • iLoaner.com
  • iManiac.com
  • iMayor.com
  • iMutuals.com
  • iMystery.com
  • iNovelties.com
  • iNovelty.com
  • iPlayGround.com
  • iProblems.com
  • iPrograms.com
  • iRecycler.com
  • iReferral.com
  • iReferrals.com
  • iRegards.com
  • iRenter.com
  • iRoads.com
  • iSurfers.com
  • iTake.com
  • iTheaters.com
  • iTradeshows.com
  • LumberMills.com
  • Macros.net
  • Mongolism.com
  • Nebraska.net
  • NetDeposits.com
  • NetDownloads.com
  • NetHackers.com
  • NetLA.com
  • NetSupplier.com
  • NetSuppliers.com
  • NewYorkCityRepublicans.com
  • NorthDakota.net
  • OffshoreSurgeons.com
  • OffshoreSurgeries.com
  • OverseasCosmeticSurgeons.com
  • Paratroops.com
  • Peptic.com
  • PersonalEarnings.com
  • Perv.net
  • PigHeaded.com
  • Practicing.com
  • PreOwnedCatamarans.com
  • PreOwnedExoticCar.com
  • PreOwnedHelicopter.com
  • PreOwnedHelicopters.com
  • PreOwnedSportsCars.com
  • PressureWasherGuns.com
  • PrisonJobs.com
  • Purebreds.com
  • RacingDerby.com
  • RareAntiques.com
  • Schizophreniac.com
  • SlipAndFallSettlements.com
  • SnoringMedicines.com
  • StompDancing.com
  • TaxTips.net
  • Tedders.com
  • Templabor.com
  • Tiparillos.com
  • TrashRemovers.com
  • UltraLightJet.com
  • UltraLightJets.com
  • UsedxRayMachines.com
  • Vacuuming.com
  • VintageAlbums.com
  • WarningPage.com
  • WeaponsFacilities.com
  • WellWorded.com
  • WhatIsMyCreditScore.com

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April 8, 2010 @ 12:43 pm EDT

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Mike

April 9, 2010 @ 7:36 pm EDT

Did you read that seller’s agreement though? 60 day exclusivity PLUS “seller agrees to assist in marketing the auction” ? HUH?

I read that as: You want to hold MY domain name hostage for 2 months AFTER you cant sell it AND you want ME to help YOU sell my domain AND then pay you 20% or $200 bucks – whichever is greater?

Uh, no thanks. I’ll stay away from what I call “communistic” domain auctions. That’s why DomainTools.com’s auctions are dead today. D-E-A-D They failed with that attitude.

Adam Strong

April 10, 2010 @ 12:04 am EDT

Mike The terms of every auction company in the space include an exclusivity period. What does DomainTools.com have to do with this auction? I believe they had one of the shortest exclusivity periods and lowest commission rates.

As far as the part of “assist in marketing” as part of the terms that’s an interesting find. First time I’ve seen that. I’m not going to disagree with you but why exactly wouldn’t the seller want to agree to help sell their domains?

There’s many things an auctioneer can’t do in terms of marketing that only the owner could do. Provide stats/traffic info, redirect the domain to a landing page, talk to previous inquirers, email their own contacts, post on forums (some forums prevent auction houses from marketing since the owners of the domain are only allowed to post domains for sale). I’d think having the seller at least agree to do these simple things is pretty par for the course.

Maybe Rick could better explain why that’s in there.

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