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Some figures on how the domain name aftermarket is faring.

As we say goodbye to summer, we wanted to share some figures on how the domain name aftermarket is faring, particularly on Netfleet. We’re happy to say that business is booming! In November, as you will know, we integrated our aftermarket domain auctions into our daily snapper auctions for expired domains. The rationale was that it seemed that the expired domain auctions were stealing the limelight when there were some great names being put up for sale by you, our members, that deserved more attention. We also made it completely free to add reserves if your name is at Netfleet […]

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With the sale of this month we now have a two way tie at the top of our Top Standard Catalogue Listing Sales between and at $27,500 (xGST and Transfer costs). It is worth remembering that very few big sales ever get reported publicly so this is a rare opportunity for us to see the true retail value of a quality generic domain name. The domain sale was negotiated through Netfleet’s Standard Catalogue Listing process which is currently a totally free service offered to buyer and sellers of .au domain names. Once the sale price was agreed […]

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Q&A section for every domain name listing

Our latest development for has just been released – a Questions & Answers Section for every Standard Domain Listing. All too often a buyer may have a question for the seller ahead of submitting an offer that isn’t covered in the listings description. The Q&A section on every listing allows you to ask any question surrounding the domain name, such as the traffic it receives, the revenue generated, or the age of the domain for example. The seller then has a few options when responding the buyer: a) Respond privately to the seller via email b) Respond publicly to […]

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