Sells for $5k+ on NameJet

The NameJet auction for closed today, and the final price was $5,066. There were 143 bids (ironically) and 114 bidders who participated in the auction. I mention that the 143 bids is ironic because 143 is sometimes used as a shortener to mean “I love you.” is an interesting domain name and a $5k+ sale is a pretty solid price for it considering what happened to I don’t really know how the domain name could be used to its fullest without risk, although the laws of the land are different in different jurisdictions.

As the year winds down and 2013 begins, there are a number of great domain names coming up for sale on NameJet including the following:


Wishing you a Merry Christmas!

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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