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10|29|2008 01:31 pm EDT launches

by Frank Michlick in Categories: Up to the Minute

After DNForum launched a special forum in July where users could list expiring domains from their portfolio that they were not planning on renewing, has launched yesterday. The service allows you to list domain names from your portfolio that you are not planning to renew. The listing is free and domains prices always start at $100 and are dropped by $10 per day (at 5pm EST) if the name is not sold. The service charges a 30% commission if a name sells. New domains are added every day at 3pm EST for premium members and 4pm EST for all members.

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October 29, 2008 @ 6:24 pm EDT

Great idea, however I just checked it out and it looks like just another insurmountable list of domain names. There may from time to time be good ones in there, but I’ll never take the time to run through them all on a regular basis to find it. I guess someone else will just have to find that needle in the haystack.

It would be nice if we could at least sort by extension, and how long its been in there, and maybe more than 20 per page. Still a great idea, just needs some more help on the execution.


October 29, 2008 @ 6:30 pm EDT

You can already filter by extension!?


October 29, 2008 @ 6:48 pm EDT

wow, totally missed that whole sidebar. I retract my comments, it seems to do everything I complained about.

Ms Domainer

October 29, 2008 @ 10:31 pm EDT


I submitted about 10 domains and received no response at all.

It’s one thing not to accept domains, but it would have been courteous to at least shoot a “no thanks” my way.

Unimpressed to say the least.



October 30, 2008 @ 3:35 am EDT

Hello Ms Domainer,

For info, all the names matching the minimum guidelines you can read in the submission page were accepted.

But you can pest and it’s normal. We have been working in the urgency to can start the service in time. The submission result notification has not been coded. It should be up today.

Our apologies.

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