Just noticed that Drop have some names for auction in a new aftermarket section. How do you add domains to this? Thanks.
It sure has, we still have an old room with your name on it so I keep thinking back to the good old days when King George offered to eat his hat if the Aftermarket Auctions failed... fun times.It's been a while...
It sure has, we still have an old room with your name on it so I keep thinking back to the good old days when King George offered to eat his hat if the Aftermarket Auctions failed... fun times.
What do you think? What worked/did not work for you all those years ago?
Meeting the reserve means that the domain will sell but the auction still runs to completion.Hi does the name sell when the reserve price is met or does that just mean they are then really for sale at that or higher prices if higher bids are placed?
Good to see Drop promoting the aftermarket. A crucial part of all domain name spaces for a healthy economy and free enterprise.
We are vetting them at this point but we are also looking to open it up more and more.Great to see! And some good results for buyers and sellers so far.
Will you open it up for others to list domains, or are you vetting them at this early stage?
Good point, we are going to change the interface to make that more clear as it seems to have caused some confusion.I think you should make it clear that there is the additional cost of the COR $49.95.
On average it takes about 2 days, it can be done in about 2 hours if both parties are motivated and it can drag on for weeks if either side have spam issues or credit issues or they are traveling.How long does the COR take normally.