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November, 2009

  • 17 November

    Domain sales recap

    The week is still fresh, but that hasn’t stopped a number of domain sales from taking place. Stealing the lead so far is lafontaine.com for £29,723 ($50,000 USD). La Fontaine is a famous French fable writer as well as the name of a small town in Indiana. Next is a.de, …

  • 12 November

    18.de sells for €16,500

    In keeping with .de’s heavy growth, 18.de recently sold for €16,500 in an online auction. This is a great domain for a number of reasons. First and foremost, 18 is the age of adulthood in many countries. It is the minimum age for such things as drinking, driving, voting, and …

  • 10 November

    GolfClubs.com sells for six figures

    Golfclubs.com sold in a private sale this week for six figures. Unfortunately, the exact price has not been disclosed. This is not uncommon in large sales. Either way, it is still the most valuable golf domain ever sold. For reference, GolfClubs.net sold in 2007 for $30,000 USD. The price of …

  • 9 November

    Poken.com bought for $75,000

    Poken manufacturer DoYouPoken.com has bought the domain Poken.com for £45,135 ($75,000 USD). It will serve as the new home for the social gadget site. Pokens are devices used to share social networking data and contact information. They allow two people to wirelessly beam these details to one another in a …

  • 5 November

    Best.com sells for $331,561

    Best.com was picked up at a recent domain conference for the sizable sum of £199,832 ($331,561 USD). The buyer also bought Best.net for around 10% of the .com price, or $36,840 USD. Best.com is such a good name because it is not only short and memorable, but can be used …

  • 3 November

    PokerBonus.com sells for $85,000

    The slow sales trend of last week seems to be continuing on into this week. Topping all other recent sales is PokerBonus.com, which just sold at auction for £51,851. A number of ccTLDs have also sold as of late: blackcard.es- €9,000 europalace.eu- €7,000 direkt-versicherung.de- €7,000 auberges.fr- €6,000 zazzle.com.ar- $5,500 ftp.co.uk- …

  • 2 November

    MultiVitamins.com sells for $45,000

    Given the massive size of the vitamin supplement market, it’s no surprise that multivitamin.com has sold for £27,424 ($45,000 USD). No six-figure sales have occurred lately. Instead, more modest transactions have dominated the market. Other recent sales: originals.com- $37,500.00 raspberry.com- $27,500.00 istream.com- $25,000.00 trademarklawyers.com- $24,000.00 hockey.org- $22,500.00 costumerentals.com- $21,000.00 designersunglasses.com- …

October, 2009

  • 30 October

    Businesscards.net sells for $13,100

    The domain businesscards.net, which was first registered in 1999, sold for £7,931 ($13,100 USD) yesterday– a fairly decent price in my opinion. Other notable sales: attending.com- $10,000 sushifan.com- $5,000 lesbianpornvideos.com- $3,500 ebook.pro- $3,900 ginv.com- $3,800 The sale price of attending.com is surprising high. I think gerunds are awkward in a …

  • 29 October

    Seo.at nets €12,500 at auction

    Three-letter domain Seo.at sold for €12,500 this week at auction. The .at domain suffix is the ccTLD for Austria. Search engine optimization, or SEO, is a very profitable niche. Its popularity no doubt was the main reason why the domain sold for so much. Other recent sales: npwr.com- $4,000 quizmaker.com- …

  • 27 October

    Associatesdegree.com sells for $32,000 USD

    Another education domain, associatesdegree.com, has sold for £19,592, or $32,000 USD. An associates degree is obtainable in the United States after two years of post-secondary education and is an increasingly popular alternative in community colleges to traditional four-year degrees. Other recent sales include: healthtree.com- $20,000 ziti.com- $10,000 in-biz.com- $7,000 dotgov.com- …

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