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July, 2010

  • 29 July

    029.com sells for $110,000

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    Don’t ask me what’s so special about the number sequence 029, but it must be important to someone because 029.com just sold for $110,000 USD at auction. Two more number domains, 980.com and 123123.com, fetched $40,000 and $20,000 each. There were a number of other miscellaneous odd sales. RandomActsOfKindness.org sold …

  • 15 July

    Fiction.com sells for $90,000

    In a completely non-fictitious sale, domain fiction.com sold for $90,000 USD. This is a great domain for any publisher or writer, though only a best-selling author like Stephen King or J.K. Rowling could afford it. In addition, FreeMarket.com fetched $93,000. Three-letter name CXC.com sold for $21,000, DistanceLearning.net $30,000 and Ethics.net …

  • 8 July

    Dismal results for .us domain auction

    A well-publicized auction of 86 .us domains ended today and yielded some pretty poor results. Only 29 of the names (34%) sold, in part because of sellers who overestimated the value of their names and set obscenely high reserve prices. The only real winner of the lot is flights.us, which …

  • 7 July

    Mr.com sells for $24,712

    Two-letter domain Mr.com sold at auction this week for $24,712 USD. This name is generic yet relevant enough to be used for a wide variety of the websites. Personally, I think the buyer got a great deal. This name should have sold for a lot more, especially considering it is …

June, 2010

  • 22 June

    027.com sells for $100,000 USD plus Pinyin domain sale

    Don’t ask me what you would do with it, but domain 027.com has sold at auction for $100,000 USD. Even though the name is short and memorable, I think it’s too generic to be of use for a lot of people. The names pengyou.com and pengyou.net also fetched $100,000 together. …

  • 7 June

    Poker.com sells for $400,000

    Online poker sites and other online gaming and betting sites continue to sell extremely well, with poker.com selling at auction for $400,000. This marks the sale, without a doubt, of the premium domain for this popular industry, and it would have been difficult for it not to have sold for …

May, 2010

  • 21 May

    Domain sale recap

    The week came to a slow close as far as domain sales are concerned. Topping all other sales over the last few days is capture.com, which captured a sum of $53,200 USD. WHIB.com and IPS.com fetched $48,600 and $37,505 respectively. One intriguing sale that has gone largely unnoticed is Tahoo.com …

  • 18 May

    Domain sale recap

    Sure, you’ve heard about Slots.com and Photo.com, but what about all the other domains? First and foremost, ArabianHorse.com has sold for a $125,000 USD. Considering that some horses sell for quite a bit more than this amount, I think the buyer got a great deal. Other sales of note include …

  • 14 May

    Dating.com sells for $1.75 million

    Whoa… it looks like the domain aftermarket is heating up this week. In the wake of the sale of slots.com for $5.5 million USD, dating.com has sold for $1.75 milion at auction. Although $1.75 million is nothing to complain about, I believe the name is worth more. Online dating is …

  • 13 May

    Slots.com sells for $5.5 million USD

    It looks like the owner of gambling domain Slots.com hit the jackpot… literally. A multi-day auction for the domain ended today. The winner bought the name for an astounding $5.5 million USD. It ties with Casino.com for the seventh most expensive domain ever sold and is the largest sale so …

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