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STOP : Sedo is the right choice!

Sponsored by Sedo* When it comes down to selling domains on the Sedo marketplace, domain investors can start an auction or take existing bids to a public auction. We came across this amazing manifestation of how Sedo is the right choice. Spotted in Orlando, Florida, the STOP sign below indicates that domain investors need to […]

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Sedo weekly sales led by ColorStreet.com

Sedo reported their weekly sales and ColorStreet.com topped the list. The name sold for $16,000 and Porn4K.com sold for $15,000. Only 4 non .com gtld sales. Vector.org was the top sale at $8,999. Domain name Price Currency .COMs colorstreet.com 16,000 USD porn4k.com 15,000 USD qfun.com 10,000 USD wein24.com 8,941 EUR c4u.com 6,000 USD organiccannabis.com 6,000 […]

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Dave Evanson of Sedo : Build a strong domain portfolio and sell it

Dave Evanson, senior domain broker at Sedo, contributed to a domain investing article for CardRates.com. Named Domain Broker of the Year three times – 2012, 2014, and 2016 – Dave Evanson has brokered more high-value domain sales than anyone else in the space. Regarding domain portfolio creation and sales, Dave Evanson said: “Domains are very easy […]

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Sedo sale of ѕех.com did not go through

Sedo auctioned off the domain ѕех.com a few days ago; despite quite a bit of interest and a closing of $4,600 dollars, the domain has not changed hands. Sometimes it takes a bit of time, but in this case it seems that whoever bid $4,600 dollars for the domain ѕех.com – an IDN domain – […]

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What domains HP Enterprise and other end users bought last week

16 end user domain name sales from the past week. The big-name buyer on this week’s end user list is Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE), aka HP Enterprise, a $30 billion market cap technology company. It bought a solid gerund for $12,500. That wasn’t the biggest end user sale on Sedo’s list, however. The company had […]

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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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Sex sells, so how much did ѕех.com sell for?

Sex sells, and on the Internet there is a massive amount of it. There is sex everywhere, even on Queen.com! Sedo auctioned off ѕех.com recently, and although this particular domain auction was for an IDN domain, it attracted lots of bids still. So how much did it end up selling for? After a total of […]

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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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