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May, 2010

  • 12 May

    4×4.co.uk sells for $35,500

    Automotive domain 4×4.co.uk has sold for a hefty $35,000 USD. This is perhaps one of the more useful 3-letter domains sold lately. Other recent 3-letter sales include vins.com for €18,000 and isg.com for $23,000 USD. Wasser.eu (German for “water”) garnered €9,000, while analystics.net fetched $12,500. Here are some other interesting …

April, 2010

  • 30 April

    Crayon.com sells for $50,000

    Ending the week on a good note, Crayon.com sold at auction for $50,000 USD. Given the huge market for crayons and art supplies, this name was a steal. Another sale of note is ipad.de for €16,555. Whoever bought this name is sure to run into trouble with Apple. Two-letter name …

  • 22 April

    Imoveis.com.br sells for $300,000 USD

    In this year’s second-biggest ccTLD sale, Brazilian domain Imoveis.com.br (Portugese for “real estate”) sold at auction, earning seller Gustavo Volcan $300,000 USD. Brazil’s economy has grown steadily over the last decade and is a rising power. Whoever bought the domain is very smart. Although there might be a slump in …

March, 2010

  • 10 March

    Guagua.com fetches $100,000 USD

    Domain Guagua.com sold at auction yesterday for $100,000 USD. While not nearly as much as the $800,000 guns.com fetched, I don’t think I would pass up the chance to earn six figures from a domain. “Guagua” is a Spanish nickname for a type of small bus common in urban areas. …

  • 3 March

    Metal.com sells for $165,000 USD

    Leading the domain sales pack this week is metal.com, which has sold for $165,000 USD. The name would be perfect for a heavy metal music website or perhaps a firm in the metal market. Another sale of note is stockprices.com for $60,000. If developed into a decent stock quote site, …

February, 2010

  • 22 February

    CompanyBook.com sells for €15,000

    Domain CompanyBook.com sold last week to an undisclosed buyer for €15,000. Of course, that’s not anywhere close to the $1 million Poker.org was bought for, but six-figures is still a good chunk of change. Also of note are the sales of supermechanics.com, superelectricians.com,superpainters.com and superplumbing.com– all for $10,000 USD each. …

  • 18 February

    Sex.com to be put up for auction

    Sex.com, which became the most expensive domain ever after allegedly selling for $14 million in 2006, is slated to be put up for sale again as an asset in its owner’s foreclosure auction. According to ElliotsBlog.com, the auction will be held at Windels Marx Lane & Mittendorf, LLP, 156 West …

  • 10 February

    Biking.com sells for $250,000

    Biking.com has sold for $250,000 USD. As it turns out, the buyer of this name, a company by the name of Stein Holdings, was also the buyer of Boating.com earlier this week. How about that? In addition, South African ccTLD fly.co.za fetched $65,000 while toys.co.za brought in $20,000. Two-letter name …

  • 9 February

    Boating.com sells for $250,000 USD

    Domain boating.com has sold at auction for $250,000 USD. Now is the perfect time to buy such a name. Soon spring will arrive and boaters everywhere will want to get out on the water. In my opinion, the price paid is a fair one. Boating.com is a stellar name that …

  • 2 February

    Tips to sell a domain

    At one point or another, you will inevitably want to sell a domain you have registered. You may be doing so to collect on an investment, simply not need the name, or have been approached by a third party. Either way, here are some tips to follow when selling a …

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