Lots of “Active” .CO Names on NameJet

I was a bit surprised to see a whole bunch of great keyword domain names for sale in NameJet’s “100 Most Active Pre-Release Backorders” email list this morning. After rubbing my eyes a bit, I noticed that most are .CO domain names for sale, and the majority of domain names in the list are .CO domain names.

Here are some of the “most active” .CO domain auctions at NameJet. As more .CO names come on the market, it will become more important for you to confirm the extension of the domain names on which you are bidding.

  • 142.co
  • 953.co
  • annualcreditreports.co
  • asbestoslaw.co
  • aspenhotels.co
  • autobytel.co
  • autoweb.co
  • babyfood.co
  • bankloan.co
  • barbadoshotels.co
  • byf.co
  • cabohotels.co
  • canadavacations.co
  • cancunvacations.co
  • carpetcleaner.co
  • carribbean.co
  • creditloans.co
  • dbl.co
  • debtcollection.co
  • debtloans.co
  • eliminatedebt.co
  • eordb.com
  • familydoctor.co
  • federalaid.co
  • fijiislands.co
  • floridacondo.co
  • floridacondos.co
  • furniturestores.co
  • give.co
  • governmentgrant.co
  • hawaiicondos.co
  • heartland.co
  • interns.co
  • italyvillas.co
  • juicer.co
  • lasersurgery.co
  • ll6n.com
  • luxuryrental.co
  • luxuryvillas.co
  • maidservice.co
  • marketingplans.co
  • mazatlanhotels.co
  • mexicohotels.co
  • mexicoresorts.co
  • mortgagelenders.co
  • neckties.co
  • newyorkcityhotel.co
  • newyorkcityhotels.co
  • orlandovacationrentals.co
  • orlandovacations.co
  • personalbanking.co
  • pottery.co
  • puertovallartahotels.co
  • puertovallartavacations.co
  • remortgagecalculator.co
  • restaurantequipment.co
  • reuter.co
  • trusts.co
  • voiceovers.co
  • worldclass.co
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  1. Namejet does allow some domainers to sell their domains via their system, Shane actually said so in one of his posts, guess a lot of other insiders get this opportunity too.

    That said, I’m surprised that people are backordering LLLs at $89 specially when you have to face an auction when triple premiums are being sold on the forums for $60-$100 each.

    Reuter is also a tm btw.

    And yeah, dcmike77 is correct that certain names have been removed, I noticed that one I might have been interested in went from backorder to wishlist and the name wasn’t active, it wasn’t ever released, so not sure what’s happening here.

    Maybe some insiders can also buy domains without them going to auction, would be interesting to see how this plays out.


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