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The art of one word domain names

Today: Eth.club Sold for $200,000 / Adria.tv sold for $4,139 / Can you see if someone tries to drop catch your domain name? / and more… Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today: Buying 4L.com – LLLL.com – Pronounceable/Brandable – Budget: $25,000.00 – Be sure to check your domain name portfolio […]

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Donuts Domain Trend Report: August 2021

Donuts published their August domain trend report. The report covers the top premium domain names registered, most registered SLD keywords and other data. SLDs registered on Donuts TLDs were 24% shorter and were hyphenated 9.4% less...
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August reported new gtld domain name sales come in at $273K

New Gtld sales for August Looking back at August there were 219 reported new gtld sales at Namebio. Bit.Cloud was the top sale at $45,000. Sales totaled $273,076 vs $197,300 in July. There were four sales that reached 5 figures bit.cloud 45,000 USD 2021-08-29 Nidoma rush.app 16,000 USD 2021-08-20 TOP.DOMAINS guns.club 10,429 USD 2021-08-15 RU-CENTER […]

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The gTLD Meat Wagon

Today: Hamachi.com sold for $9,638 / My first sale (Dogeh.com) / Any free tool that show how many TLDs a domain/keyword is taken in? / and more… Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today: Buying Network/Server Related Domains – Budget: Up to $500.00 – Be sure to check your domain name portfolio for […]

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Donuts Domain Trend Report: July 2021

Donuts published their July domain trend report. The report covers the top premium domain names registered, most registered SLD keywords and other data. In the month of July 2021, SLDs registered on Donuts TLDs were 22% shorter and were hyphe...
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