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PAA.com buyer revealed

PAA.com was dropped by General Electric it closed at $75,050 at DropCatch. The valuable piece of digital real estate had redirected to a GE Lifesciences page. The domain name was originally owned by PAA Laboratories. GE Healthcare acquired PAA Laboratories in 2011. The domain name was paid for and updated today, showing the Just another […]

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NameFind let’s OKR.org expire – Oversight or a smart play?

OKR.org was left to expire and closed at $20,850. The interesting thing here is who owned it. GoDaddy’s own Namefind. Before NameFind the domain name was owned by Future Media Architects. NameFind shows up in the whois history according to DomainIQ in 2016 Referral URL: http://www.godaddy.com Updated Date: 2016-04-08T16:16:28Z Creation Date: 2003-11-13T15:35:39Z Registry Expiry Date: […]

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PAA.com closes at $75,050 at DropCatch

There were two $70,000 plus domain name transactions on Wednesday. PAA.com the domain name that was dropped by General Electric closed at $75,050 at DropCatch. Will it get paid? We will see. PAA.com redirected to http://www.gelifesciences.com/GELS/campaigns/cell-culture-products. The domain name was originally owned by PAA Laboratories GE Healthcare announced it has reached an agreement to acquire […]

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Niq.com Buyer revealed

Early August Shane Cultra tweeted out he and Travis sold Niq.com for somewhere close to their $250,000 asking price on BrandBucket. Niq.com has been owned by a few well known players in the domain industry. It originally sold on Namepros for $8,750 when Michael Sumner of Namebio sold it. Shane and Travis smartly acquired the […]

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OTI.net owned by some heavy hitters through the years, gets sold at BuyDomains for close to 5x

Oti.net is a domain name that has been around the block. Registered in 2003 after being dropped one time before. The domain name has been owned by a lot of heavy hitters in the domain industry. OTI.net was owned by Thunayan K. AL-Ghanin’s Future Media Architects, it moved along to the namefind portfolio, Oliver Hoger […]

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Niq.com sells for a third time – congrats to Shane and Travis

Shane Cultra tweeted out he and Travis sold Niq.com for somewhere close to their $250,000 asking price on BrandBucket. As I have written about before BrandBucket does delve into higher quality names not just the invented brandable niche. Michael Bilde has sold some quality 4L.coms there for big prices. These would all be 15% commission […]

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Another expired 3L.com closes at GoDaddy – 3 in one month

Over the last couple weeks there have been three 3L.com that were allowed to expire. On Saturday Hyw.com closed at $21,850. The domain looked to have had a variety of Chinese owners over the years. A couple weeks back XGO.com closed at $25,600 and GYR.com closed at $17,500. XGO.com was purchased by Michael Bilde and […]

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A handful of expired gems on GoDaddy including a 3L and 4N.com

GoDaddy auctions has a handful of gems that you normally don’t let expire. Last week I wrote about a 3L.com DAE.com which closed at $126,000 and the week before a 4N.com 4600.com expired and closed at $68,000. Currently they have a 3L (CTX.com), 4N (8034.com) a 3N.cc (882.cc) and a 2L .net with QF.net expiring. […]

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