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July, 2009

  • 30 July

    Hollywood.us sells for £3,455

    In the land of the rich and fame, nothing is too expensive. Bidders apparently felt the same sentiment at a recent domain auction where Hollywood.us sold for £3,455 ($5,700 USD). High as it may seem, the buyer got a great deal. Hollywood.mobi fetched £9,699, or $16,000 USD, at a 2008 …

  • 29 July

    Watch out for this domain appraisal scam

    Domain blog The Domains highlighted a domain appraisal scam today all domainers should be aware of. Essentially what happens is a domain owner receives a legitimate-looking email from a prospective buyer. The sender tells the domain holder that he will buy it for a certain percentage of the appraisal price, …

  • 28 July

    BodyBuilding.info sells for £8,228

    The .info domain extension usually doesn’t fair well at auction, but today is an exception with the sale of BodyBuilding.info for £8,228 ($14,500 USD). Compare that to BodyBuilding.net, which only fetched £2,785 ($4,750 USD) in 2005. Clearly this is a sign that domains have become much more valuable over the …

  • 27 July

    Biblical.com sells for £10k

    Less than three weeks after the sale of Rosary.com for £48,388, another Christian domain has sold. This time it’s Biblical.com for £10,347 ($17,000 USD). Old as it may be, the Bible is still a bestselling book, especially in the Midwest and southern United States. Online versions of the religious text …

  • 22 July

    Degreeprograms.com yields £19,193 at auction

    There have been no record-setting domain auctions lately, but several noteworthy sales were made yesterday. Chief among them is Degreeprograms.com, which sold for £19,193 ($31,555 USD). The higher education industry has seen a lot of growth lately, and no doubt that helped fuel the sale of the domain. Another high-price …

  • 21 July

    EZMoney.com sells for £13,411

    Last week, EZMoney.com sold for £13,411 ($22,000 USD at auction). Finance and loan-related domains have traditionally always demanded a premium at marketplace, but the fact this name sold for the price of a new car is surprising considering it’s trademarked. This site claims ownership of the trademark “EZMoney.” A quick …

  • 20 July

    Mouse.com, Keyboard.com sell for big bucks

    You might not think your keyboard and mouse are worth much, but the related domains are. Crash-strapped Live Current Media, a Canadian start-up that monetizes premium domains, is liquidating some of its cyber real estate. Apparently mouse.com and keyboard.com weren’t good enough to be monetized, so the company told them …

  • 15 July

    Hardware.de sells for £91,600, eGo.com for £45,804

    This week has been a busy one for domain auctions. A number of big sales have taken place. Hardware.de, a name that could be used for both home improvement and computer parts, sold for £91,600 ($150,000 USD). Meanwhile, motivational product company Ego Friendly, LLC picked up eGo.com for £45,804 ($75,000 …

  • 15 July

    .CM auction results pile in

    It hasn’t been long since Cameroon announced plans to offer its .CM domain to the world at large, but a number of premium names have already sold at auction. So far the highest sale has been Cars.cm for £21,455 ($35,000 USD). The highest sales have all been generic names. Here …

  • 9 July

    .CM domains soon to be available for registration

    For years Cameroon’s government leased out the .cm domain to Agoga.com. Because .cm is a common typo of .com, the company set up a system where if you entered any address ending with .cm, it took you to a webpage filled with ads. Agoga made millions from this deal, profiting …

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