Msg#: 4586979 posted 1:35 am on Jun 24, 2013 (gmt 0)
You left one question unanswered. Do you want the domain at any cost-- or do you want to wait until you're sure nobody has registered it so it's free for the taking? Where "free" = $9.95 or whatever it is this year.
I'm currently being bombarded with requests for bids on a typo domain name. (I'm assuming it is all computer-generated, so they've no way of knowing that the dieting site ex-ample.com has no point of overlap with the furniture-restoration site ex-maple.com.) Part of me wants to answer all the e-mails and string them along and pretend to be interested just so the dragons will fall all over themselves bidding on a worthless domain ::snrk:: Well, I never claimed to be a nice person.
Msg#: 4586979 posted 8:40 am on Oct 7, 2013 (gmt 0)
how interesting and congrats. Did you pick it up at minimum bid or did it go for auction? I'm confused. How much did you end up paying?
I used NameJet and then signed up for SnapNames the next day. The number of bidders increased by 3 immediately although it had been constant for a week. Although no one increased the high bid just yet. (not sure why?)
I think I should have waited until the last day before increasing the minimum bid.
Regardless, I have a feeling I will win the name cause I doubt anyone will pay the amount I am willing to pay. I'm excited and nervous. ugh.... and impatient.