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RGIII overwhelms Cowboys early in 38-31 victory
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III (10) throws on the run against the Dallas Cowboys during a game on Thanksgiving at Cowboys Stadium. (Photo: Matthew Emmons, US Presswire) …
Redskins vs. Cowboys: Washington hangs on for 38-31 win over Dallas
Robert Griffin III, Redskins take down Cowboys
RG3's explosion carries Redskins
FindYourDomain.com has partnered with NameJet.com, the leading domain marketplace, to provide an exclusive list of 200+ domain names that will be sold in an online auction event. The auctions will take place on NameJet.com from November 25, 2012 through January 29, 2013. Many of the domain names are listed with no reserve, meaning that the high bidder of the auction will secure ownership of the domain name after successful payment.
FindYourDomain.com, a leading broker of high-value domain names, has sold hundreds of domain names on the NameJet marketplace. In 2011 FindYourDomain.com sold many domains to start-up companies like Copy.com for $ 101,300, which is now a developed file sharing website. Another example is Badger.com, which sold for $ 27,400, and is now an accredited ICANN registrar. More recently, FindYourDomain.com brokered the sale of GiftBasket.com for $ 350,000 to the owner of WineGiftBaskets.com, who found significant value in investing in a shorter, more memorable asset.
Domain names that were sold in the past were not only used for start up purposes, but for resale as well. For example, ElectricCompany.com sold for $ 8,321 in a NameJet auction in the fall of 2011 and the domain name was later re-sold in September 2012 for $ 85,000. This sale illustrates the investment opportunity that exists in buying domain names and how domain names purchased at auction are often under-sold.
“Now is the best time to invest in a premium domain name given the current Buyer’s market” said FindYourDomain.com Marketing Manager, Tom Salbego. “These auctions offer excellent buying opportunities for both companies and individual investors. More companies are starting to realize that a memorable domain is crucial to growing a business. Also, investors are identifying investment opportunities that exist in buying and selling domain names.”
Click here for a full list of the domain names available. In order to participate in the bidding, buyers must sign up for a [free NameJet account. Bids over $ 2,500 require a verified account. In order to become verified NameJet users may visit http://www.namejet.com/Pages/VerifiedBidding.aspx. Each auction will run for 72 hours and the minimum bid is $ 69.
About FindYourDomain.com: FindYourDomain.com was created in 2002 to provide companies with quality .com, .net, and .org domain names to use as corporate sites or in conjunction with web development projects. By acting as an intermediary between the owner of a domain name and a potential buyer, FindYourDomain.com ensures a smooth negotiation process as well as a secure and safe transaction. In addition to connecting buyers and sellers of domain names FindYourDomain.com also offers an array of domain name related services including a Privacy Protection Service, DNS Management Service, and Hosting Options. For more information, visit http://www.findyourdomain.com/
About NameJet: NameJet is a joint venture between Web.com Group, Inc. and Demand Media, Inc., who together own three leading ICANN-accredited registrars (eNom, Network Solutions and Register.com). Launched in 2007, with core auction software and technical infrastructure operating since 2004, NameJet serves domain investors, Fortune 500 companies and their representatives, small- and medium-sized businesses, as well as a diverse and global mix of individual investors. It has processed over 200,000 domain auctions, establishing itself as a trustworthy and transparent auction platform that is customer-focused and user-friendly. For more information, go to NameJet.com.
San Francisco Chronicle
Houston 34, Detroit 31 (OT): Texans escape in Thanksgiving thriller
Detroit Free Press
Another Thanksgiving, another loss for the Lions, albeit in a new and creatively heart-breaking way. Jim Schwartz threw an errant challenge flag that allowed a touchdown to stand that shouldn't have and Jason Hanson missed an overtime field goal one …
Rapid Reaction: Texans 34, Lions 31 (OT)
Detroit Lions defeated by Houston Texans, 34-31 in overtime, on Thanksgiving …
Texans outlast tough-luck Lions in overtime thriller
Israel’s military said it had accomplished the objectives of its airstrike campaign against Hamas by causing “severe damage” to its military capabilities after a cease-fire was declared late Wednesday.
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