Canadian Auction Update

June 17, 2008 · Print This Article

The second MyID auction completed successfully with three 5-figure sales: Interview.ca for $30,000, Bond.ca $19,100, and Gamble.ca $15,000. In all, 33 domains were sold. Here are the remaining results:


ArchitectureJob.ca $1450
BcHockey.ca $1503
Bite.ca $4000
CanadianTravelInsurance.ca $1500
CareersOnline.ca $2701
Catholics.ca $2101
ComputerForum.ca $61
Diplomas.ca $5199
FloorTile.ca $901
GayWeddings.ca $1502
HumanResourcesJobs.ca $1852
isports.ca $3200
LandscapingJobs.ca $1601
LegalConsulatnt(s).ca $1750
MBAOnline.ca $3000
MontrealDentist.ca $2500
MontrealJob.ca $901
MultimediaJobs.ca $1051
OnlineSingles.ca $3002
OntarioCondos.ca $1041
OttawaSearch.ca $250
PainClinic.ca $230
PharmaceuticalJob.ca $1800
Photographyjobs.ca $750
QuebecTravel.ca $1500
SummerJob.ca $3201
SummerSchool.ca $1351
UVM.ca $250
WritingJobs.ca $802

Keeping up the brisk pace, MyId is starting its third auction on Thursday. On the weekend, I’ll look at the list more closely and post my thoughts.

With two consecutive successful large Canadian domain auctions under their belt, I think MyId has created the first consistently successful dot ca auction platform. The little engine that could? Incredible, IMHO, that they are doing so well against large competitors like Pool and Sibername.

The Pool auction for Cafe.ca closed this week. Unfortunately, I wasn’t active in that auction and I’m not sure of the closing price (if anyone know, please leave a comment or contact me). I have not heard about any further Pool dot ca auctions.

Sibername’s auction of 10 Canadian domains continues and is ending on June 26, 2008.

Comments

2 Responses to “Canadian Auction Update”

  1. Boating Holidays UK on June 21st, 2008 2:55 am

    Hi

    I’m surpised with the sale of UVM.ca at only getting $250 considering you’ve getting some good prices for most of the others. Are 3 LLL .ca not popular?

    Cheers

    Mally

  2. admin on June 27th, 2008 11:23 am

    $250 for an LLL.ca with that sort of letter quality seems about right to me.