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A dozen end user domain name sales led by a three-letter .io domain

Three letter domain .io domain name sells for $12,000. It’s not often that the top end user sale I discover at Sedo is a .io domain name. And, the asterisk on this sale is that it’s not yet clear who bought the domain. But at $12,000, the sale of ICO.io is definitely an end user. […]

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WhatAboutWatermelon.com closes at $1,975

Sometimes you see a name close at auction and you just say, “Wait, what?” WhatAboutWatermelon.com closed on GoDaddy auctions at $1,975, GoDaddy had a valuation of $1,294. The domain was actually developed into a website about what else? Watermelon. Solid backlink profile, data courtesy of Majestic SEO External Backlinks 11,408 Referring Domains 541 Referring IPs […]
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The spread of extensions used in China

Today: Future emerging platform trends vs. Websites / Email Deliverability Advice / Latest domain sales: Unifon.com sells for $24,888 / And more. Here are the new discussions and domain name news. TilapiaSkin.com – What kind of value...
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$500 weekend blowout

Well a month ago our $1,000 post was very successful, a number of sales took place and it brought about members engaging with one another to get some deals done below the stated price as well. The last couple sales posts did not do as well, there were a couple sales at $1,500 which was […]

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Chinese domain market report : China might not be #1 after all

China might not be numero uno, after all. The world’s second largest economy is a fast-paced, growing consumer market operating on the Chinese “Communist Capitalism” model. And yet, there are indications that India, another fast-growing economy, is in fact more populous than China. In a shocking report, Yi Fuxian, a University of Wisconsin-Madison academic, says […]

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Microsoft is buyer of Mixer.com

Back in February, Jamie from DotWeekly.com reported that Tucow’s YummyNames.com had sold Mixer.com to an unknown MarkMonitor client. That client is confirmed today to be Microsoft. Microsoft is rebranding Beam, Microsoft’s answer to Twitch and YouTube Gaming. Microsoft also purchased Mixer.tv. The company announced the rebranding today,

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