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October, 2009

  • 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- …

  • 27 October

    Sudan.com sells for $120,000

    I can’t remember the last time Sudan made the news, but today is the exception with the sale of Sudan.com at auction for £73,516 ($120,000 USD). Place names are excellent domain investments because while tastes change and products constantly enter and exit the market, countries rarely disappear and are always …

  • 26 October

    One and two letter .biz domains to go to auction

    Nearly a month after a number of single-character .biz domains netted high prices at auction, a popular auction site has announced it will be offering more one and two character .biz names for sale. They will be sold in a live on auction on October 28. The names are: i.biz …

  • 20 October

    Resumes.com sells for $400,000

    Given the increasingly competitive job market, career-related sites have become very popular as of late. It’s no wonder then that resumes.com just sold for £243,305 ($400,000 USD). The name could be used for a resume-building site, but also a job directory like Yahoo’s Monster.com. Other recent sales: browsergame.com- $30,000 tdylodging.com- …

  • 19 October

    Tisch.com sells for €20,000

    Tisch.com sold a few days ago for €20,000 (£18,217 or $29,696 USD) in an online auction. “Tisch” is German for “table.” Other recent sales: easywifi.com- $6,000 USD stealestate.com- $1,000 USD daha.com- $4,500 USD tamburrino.com- $2,500USD smmu.com – $1,500 USD SMMU stands for Second Military Medical University in Shanghai, China, while …

  • 15 October

    Exterminator.com sells for $600,000

    An unreported deal up until now, Exterminator.com sold in a private sale for £369,871, or $600,000 USD. The buyer remains unknown. Country-code domains have been doing very well as of late. Antivirus.es sold for $63,325 in a private sale, while Blackjack.eu reached $45,000 in an online auction. Most interestingly, patiofurniture.net, …

  • 14 October

    Luck.com sells for $675,000

    So far this has been a busy week for domain sales, but it’s not over yet. Luck.com sold yesterday for a cool £421,927 ($675,000 USD). Hopefully the buyer is feeling lucky, because I think this name is worth a lot more. It would be perfect for an online gambling site …

  • 13 October

    Software.com sells for unknown amount

    An anonymous buyer has picked up Software.com from domainer Mike Mann for an unknown amount. The name originally sold in 2005 for $3.2 million USD. Given the 2005 sale price, my guess is the domain sold for at least $4 million– probably much more. A more accurate figure is probably …

  • 12 October

    Insure.com sells for $16 million in record sale

    News is out that the domain Insure.com has changed hands. The buyer, marketing firm QuinStreet, paid an astounding £10.1 million ($16 million USD). If you discount the fact that the sale also included Insure.com’s corporate name, the sale is the largest ever recorded– beating sex.com by $4 million. Before the …

  • 5 October

    Koken.com sells for $12,450

    Over the weekend, Koken.com sold at auction for £7,820, or $12,450 USD. But just who or what is “Koken?” The best bet is probably Koken Co, Ltd, a Japanese company that makes a variety of medical devices and implants. Interestingly, this sale is less than a week after Qmed.com– the …