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Red.ca sells for $20,000

Namepros member MapleDots reported that they purchased the premium one word domain Red.ca for $20,000. MapleDots said they will be re-branding the domain as a Canadian Domain Re-seller. This would be a top 50 all time sale in .ca according to Namebio. ...
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GoDaddy “for sale” tweak leads to 41% more aftermarket sales revenue

New design boosts aftermarket domain name sales. Last month I spotted that GoDaddy was testing a new For Sale message when showing domain names listed in Afternic. I posited that this could help domain investors sell a lot more domains, and I was right. The old messages looked like this: The new messages provides quite […]

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Some domain name thoughts for your weekend

Here are a few domain-related notes as you head into your weekend… I sold my second new top level domain this week. I didn’t get rich. Just $1,150. I stayed away from domains with heavy premiums and focused a lot on the generic top level domain endings. I think the most generic TLDs are the […]

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Sedo weekly sales led by a pair of $50,000 sales

Sedo released their weekly sales and VideoDesign.com and OCX.com shared the top spot at $50,000. 1MY.com sold for $39,600, great price in my opinion. 48 .com sales 33 cctld sales 8 other gtld sales Stealth.org was the top other gtld sale at $15,000. &#...
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DomainNames.com sold?

Josh from Brand Consultants gets the tip of the cap here as he spotted the valuable name moving from New Ventures Services Corp to a  Wang, Yinan out of Beijing. The domain was registered in 1996. Currently the site does not resolve to a website. The p...
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That’s ‘Super’! Deal could make NamesCon auction ‘Great’

Super.com sale would push auction over $2.5 million in sales. The NamesCon extended auction ends today, and a big domain has met its reserve. A bidder has met the reserve with a $1.2 million bid for Super.com. The bidder alias is evstratov, which does not bring up any results when I search for it plus […]

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16 end user domain name sales including a $130,000 cryptocurrency buyer

A cryptocurrency exchange, packaging company and RealNetworks bought domain names. What domain names are end users buying? Take a look at the 16 domain names below, all of which were recently sold and are owned by end users. The first If you find this informative, you can view previous lists like this here. Sedo sales HPX.com […]

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NameJet January sales led by PY.net

NameJet released their January sales and PY.net was the top sale at $27,000. NamesCon results are not included in the list. ZSV.com was the first 3L.com sold and it went for only $11,100. The first non .com sale after Py.net was onyx.io for $6,100. Overall January looked slow to me, hopefully with NamesCon over things […]
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