Find Your Domain Auction on NameJet

NameJet and Find Your Domain distributed a press release this morning about some single word Chinese .com domain names that are coming up for auction on NameJet. Although many of the auctions have reserve prices, the auctions will likely net six figures in sales. Numeric domain names have done especially well because of the Chinese market, and it’s a market that obviously has money to spend on domain names.

In the press release, NameJet and FYD highlighted several of the Chinese domain names (like and, but there are several others that I think will do really well in addition to the names that were mentioned. Here are a handful of the domain names currently up for bid:


FYD has been auctioning off a number of great domain names on NameJet, just as the company did earlier this year. Some of the names that didn’t sell then have been carried over to this auction, perhaps with lower reserve prices. Interestingly, previously sold for  $118,888, and there were 9 bidders above $60,000.

You can see the full list of Find Your Domain auctions on NameJet.  If you have exceptional domain names that you want to sell on NameJet, you should contact Michael Sugarman from NameJet. The seller program is not open to the public yet, but I have heard they allow sellers on a case by case basis, and it probably helps to have exceptional domain names at reasonable reserve prices.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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  1. Elliot, have you tried selling your domains through their seller program?

    It would also be interesting to hear others experiences with it.

  2. It seems to me that also Namejet is becoming like Epik…
    Domain catched by them but, after that, no auction (especially if there was only one bidder) and domain catched misteriously disappeared (generally for one of the big player..).

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