Hello, Every time I check on Namebio for recent domain sales I always find domains that I feel should have sold for 5-10 times more but instead sold for only $100-$200 range. maybe $300. What is really going on here? I feel these domains were expired and the registrar like Godaddy simply did not bother properly promoting it like paid advertising at the usual spots. Is this a fair assumption? or are the domains that I feel should have sold for 5-10 more are not really that great? I feel these domains sold for so cheap because people simply did not know they were at auction because they were not properly advertised or promoted. As Godaddy just listed them for auction and that's about it. I ask this because I have similar domains. With that said. If I auction my domains should I expect the same sold prices as these below $200 sold prices? or will my efforts to promote and spending money for the promotion for each domain be worth it and boost the sold prices above these $100-$200-$300 domain auction sold prices? I have to admit it has been what has discouraged me from even sending my domains to auctions. My only hope is if I do send my domains to auction and do make an effort to promote it and pay for advertising each auction will the results be different from these that I have seen? there's so many variables when it comes to sending domains to auction especially when you are always advised to list the domains for the lowest starting bid possible and with NO RESERVE. It's just so scary that I've been frozen in fear to the point of no action. I mean I'm confident my domains are awesome but I compare mine to the ones on namebio that I thought were good domains and even mine were better but even then I have fears because again those domains sold for $100-$200 range at auction. mind you these are expired domain names which 9 times outta 10 everyone says is a "greater buy" than say bidding on domainer owned domains. Anyone else feel this way?