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Good names at AMA today !

Discussion in 'Netfleet.com.au' started by Simon Johnson, Apr 25, 2013.

  1. Simon Johnson

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    Go SeaHorse.com.au !!!! :D
     
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  3. DnEbook

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    Your good name ? ......ummmm
     
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    see below
     
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    mmmm yes..a little plug for your own name.. nothing wrong I suppose with that at all.

    just wondering why you would choose to accept only $300 for it and agree to a sale prior to auction closing?

    I thought it would fetch more if you let it keep going till auction close time and you had nothing to lose letting it keep going anyway?
     
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    I would have paid a lot more.
     
  7. Simon Johnson

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    A little plug for NF. ;)

    If I had $1 for every person who replied to an auction thread saying that... :cool:

    I'll tell you what I'll do Owen - it just happens that we own seadragon.com.au. What are you going to pay for it? I'll be more than happy to sell it to you.

    In fact, I'll even list it on NF, instead of Dotbuyer (since its their thread). :p
     
  8. DnEbook

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    seahorse is not seadragon .....does dotbuyer get any sales > ?
     
  9. Simon Johnson

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    Yes it is. It's actually a member of the same family. :)

    Yes (for the 3rd time) - but this is a NF thread and I'm talking about selling a domain on NF.
     
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    i think spacey meant seahorse is the more common term, i personally would never have thought of seadragon.

    Can i just ask a question, with ALL DUE RESPECT, if you ama a domain could i call/email you and say "i'll buy it now for $xxxxxxxxxxxxx ? and thus stop it going to auction if you felt the price was right.

    NOTE: this question has nothing to do with the "eels" thread.

    this is an honest question so i can learn

    tim
     
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    so this being flogged on another sales platform other than your own .... if so why should i have in yours / ?? (sorry but i feel it is a fair question)
     
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    My apologies, I guess my comment wasn't very helpful since you've already sold it. I have a close relative who owns a business with "seahorse" in the name, that's all.
     
  13. Simon Johnson

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    Indeed. Apology accepted. ;)

    It's commonplace to list names in multiple markets, it gives you greater coverage. The reality is, we all use and talk about each others services. For example: you can see IPNeighborhood on the Netfleet blog http://www.netfleet.com.au/blog/

    The reality is that I'm happy to sell our names anywhere, including Netfleet. After all, a sale is a sale. It helps build the industry! I'm happy, they are happy - that's what it's about. :)
     
  14. AnthonyP

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    Good result and well put.

    We are happy both with the sale and to talk about tools which help anyone produce sales more frequently. IPNeighbourhood provides a very information rich service which provides powerful tools for domain investors and domain traders. We should all be signed up by now!

    Coverage is important. All we ask sellers is to please update the other platforms to remove your old listings.
     
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