Go Daddy's First Attempt At Signature Auction Fails Terribly

Posted on Friday, November 9, 2007 by clicky

Now that Go Daddy's first Signature Auction is over, people all over the domain industry are scratching their heads and gasping over the lack of domain names sold during their inaugural 3-day auction.

Here's the breakdown:

The only 2 domain names to sell were:
VirtualServer.com (SOLD for $20K)
Apartments.mobi   (SOLD for $23.5K)

The buzz in the domain industry is that the reserve prices were way too high for most of the domains being offered and the quality of each domain was questioned. Analysts say the domains that were being auctioned by Go Daddy were not exactly premium names.

Will Go Daddy continue to offer Signature Auctions in the future? That's the question on everybody's mind. Maybe they could have Danica Patrick & Amanda Beard auction the domains in bikinis? Just a thought. 

More details about each domain name being offered can be found here: 

Go Daddy Signature Domain Names

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