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Selected Global Sales
always try to list only selected domain sales as they correspond to
similar domain offerings here at domain-inventory, I did not dare to
list the 1,000,000 dollar sale that did take place during the week
ending August 3, 2014. All sales for this period can be seen at DNJournal.com.
did not guard BTC.com at all, but sold it indeed for a cool mil. As I
do not want to scare any reader away, this sale is NOT listed on my SOLD
what could have been our sales and similar domain sales we also hope to
achieve are listed. They include such nice middle of the road, two word
domains as BigDeals.com, PartyIdeas.com, EasyBook.com, ChimneySweep.com
and CountryStore.com all selling for a comfortable 5 digit figure.
could make any domainer all warm and fuzzy inside, seeing that dotcom
is still doing so well and rewarding the sellers with a descend sale
price for two word domains as mentioned above.
of those sale were managed by NameJet who also brokered quite a few
other sales, this time out-doing sedo who must have send most of their
agents/brokers on summer vacation.
country codes had a nice day as well with ResearchChemicals.co.uk sold
by Noktia and PKW-Neuwagen.de (there is sedo) proving that .co.uk is
still worth almost a few thousand dollars and hyphens for the German
market still find sellers these days as they always have done in the
dotnet domain called UcuzUcakBileti.net was sold for $7,835 and an info
domain got just about the same amount of money with Loans.info - an
info extension, undersold as usually at $7,555. Dotinfo always makes
sense and this one should have gotten get more money, particular for a
one word domain.