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December, 2009

  • 30 December

    6m.com sells for $16,055

    Two character domain 6m.com has sold at auction for £10,026 ($16,055 USD). Though the name isn’t exactly descriptive, it is short and easy to remember. Just about any website or company could be branded under “6m.” Other recent sales include: catholicsoulmates.com- $8,995 USD speaq.com- $5,000 USD allwhites.com- $5,000 USD pacomp.com- …

  • 25 December

    66.de sells for $12,780

    The .de extension is doing very well this week. Two-character domain 66.de sold at auction recently for $12,780. While this sale isn’t big compared to yesterday’s, it’s still a good chunk of change. Other notable sales include ad4sure.com for $2,350, giftideas.org for $2,500, and taxes.co.uk for $5,000. In my view, …

  • 23 December

    Gartenmöbel.de sells for $214,500

    A few weeks ago, Büromöbel.de (German for “office furniture”) sold for €69,000 ($100,581 USD). In a completely different yet similar sale, Gartenmöbel.de (“garden furntiture”) has sold at auction for nearly twice as much at €150,000 ($214,500). What can I say, Germans must really like furniture. Other sales include Conclude.com for …

  • 7 December

    ClimateGate.com sells at auction

    Those familiar with the Climategate scandal will recognize the value of climategate.com, which sold at auction right after the news broke for $10,099. Personally, I think the seller could have gotten a higher price had he waited a few days or even a week after the scandal broke. Looking at …

November, 2009

  • 30 November

    Dominio.com sells for $250,000

    Advertising firm Marchex sold Dominio.com last week to RegistrarAds, Inc. for $250,000 USD. “Dominio” is Spanish for “domain.” Also of note is 64.com, which sold at auction for $89,000 USD. Those in the know will tell you that 64 not only has close connections with the N-64 gaming console, but …

  • 26 November

    Russia.com sells for $1.5 million

    Russia.com sold recently for a jaw-dropping $1.5 million USD. Considering the country’s large economy and emerging Internet population, the sale price is quite reasonable. Currently, the domain is being used by the Russia Channel as a hotel and travel guide for tourists. This is a good use for the name, …

  • 23 November

    e.biz sells for $66,001

    Single-character domain e.biz has sold at auction for €39,764 ($66,001 USD). While this looks like a lot at first, when compared to similar past sales, one sees how weak the .biz extension is on the market. In 2000, for instance, Biz.com sold for $625,000 USD. Despite an increase in average …

  • 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, …

  • 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 …