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.Club’s broker and payment plan programs are driving sales

Two new programs drive bulk of dollar volume of premium domains last quarter. .Club reported over $500,000 in premium sales in the first quarter of 2017, and it has two new programs to thank for the results. The first program is a payment plan option for people who buy domains directly from get.club. They can […]

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It ain’t your booty, it’s your beauty

How does that headline end up on a domain investment blog ? Well that line in that movie (Friday After Next) led to a joke, that led to an idea for a Tshirt website, that resulted in a domain registration. That has now resulted in a domain sale. Back in 2003 I kept talking about […]
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NameJet March sales led by FSF.com

NameJet released their March sales and the top sale was FSF.com at $47,000. 4 out of the top 10 were numerical domains, 3510.com sold for $20,811. LoL.tv sold for $18,000, this name was previously sold by Vito from MediaBranding.com for $15,000 a few years back. Domain Name Payment Amount fsf.com $47,000.00 handjob.com $40,000.00 dresden.com $24,600.00 […]

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15 end user domain sales including a four letter for $30,000

Lots of .com upgrades in this week’s end user domain sales list. If there’s any theme in this week’s end user list, it’s the recurring theme of companies buying a .com domain name that matches a second level domain in a country code or other top level domain name that they already own. There’s also […]

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Sedo weekly sales led by 1515.com

Sedo reported their weekly sales and 1515.com topped the list at $121,000. A couple CVCV.coms went for 5 figures with Dova.com selling for 30,000 Euros. Goko.com sold for just $2,999. .Ai sales were back led by Robot.ai at $10,099. eSports.net sold for $50,000. Business.top sold for $2,700 Domain name Price Currency .COMs 1515.com 121,000 USD […]

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Rightside reveals big list of 5-figure new TLD sales up to $183,000

Video.games leads list at $183,000. New top level domain name company Rightside today revealed 53 new TLD sales it has made for $10,000 or more. The company has made 85 such sales in total; the 53 are ones in which the buyers allowed the company to reveal the sales. The list is led by Video.games, […]

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Teaching domain name investing to the world

Sedo went out of its traditional comfort zone to discuss domain investing. Last week I wrote about how Sedo was exhibiting at the Annual Investor Meeting in Dubai this week. This is an unusual conference for a domain name company. The audience knows next to nothing about domain names as an investment, which is precisely […]

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