NameJet and SnapNames are auction platforms that are both owned by Web.com. When it comes to expiry and private auctions, NameJet and SnapNames each operate independently of each other. On deleted domain names, there is an integration, allowing bidders to participate in the same auction on either platform. This is about to change, according to emails sent by NameJet and SnapNames this afternoon.
As of February 11th, bidders can participate in all SnapNames and NameJet auctions on either platform. For instance, BusinessInsights.com is an expired domain name that I can see is coming up for auction on NameJet in 17 days. At present, bidders would only be able to back order and bid on this auction via NameJet. However, after the integration, SnapNames bidders will also be able to participate. This makes sense, and it should drive more revenue for the company if there are bidders who only participate on one platform.