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The Domains
The Domains
Sedo weekly sales led by Pay21.com
Sedo reported their weekly sales and Pay21.com led the way at $25,000. UpHoldings.com sold for $15,000. There were a few Word/Number combos in addition to Pay21.com. Host6.com sold for 8,000 Euros, ($9,130) Recipes365.com $4,985 and Orion247.com at $...
Discussion
February 5, 2019, 7:30 pm
DomainSherpa
DomainSherpa
How a Domain Name Broker got ICE (owner of the NYSE) the Domain of their Dreams – with David Clements
"It's not what you know, it's who you know." But here's a what you need to know: top global corporations need to know who to know! Hear how a top global corporation's relationship with a domain name broker got them the o...
Discussion
February 4, 2019, 6:13 pm
Sully's Blog
Sully's Blog
Creative Ways to Sell Domains
A few years after I bought my first home, the spring on my garage door snapped.  I called up a local garage door guy and he came over to fix it for me.  He was a one man show, a small business owner.  I was working on some other things...
Discussion
February 4, 2019, 1:48 pm
Sully's Blog
Sully's Blog
Buying Lights.com was a Bright Idea
Drawing from her experience working in design and lighting, Lights.com co-founder, Sheva Knopfler had a thought: buying well-designed, well-crafted lighting should not be nearly as complicated or expensive as it is. In the age of the internet, why ar...
Discussion
February 1, 2019, 2:28 pm
The Domains
The Domains
SelfieSticks.com sells for 71% less than it did January 2015
Back in 2015 SelfieSticks.com sold on NameJet for $29,100 and today it closed at $8,200. The seller took a 71% loss on the domain name. The domain was held for just over 4 years. But now let’s look at the timing of the purchase and the trend or...
Discussion
February 1, 2019, 6:13 am
The Domains
The Domains
Who got a deal and who overpaid at the NamesCon live auction?
Now that there has been a bit of time to digest the sales data from the NamesCon live auction, what names did you think were a bargain and which did you think the buyer overpaid? I think Stop.com was probably the best buy along with SmartDrugs.com. I...
Discussion
February 1, 2019, 1:16 am
Sully's Blog
Sully's Blog
The Domain Sellers Handbook
Scrolling through Amazon the other day and one of the suggestions for me was the “I Heart Rick Schwartz” t-shirt. Since everyone in my family already has one, I went on to the next item which was The Domain Sellers Handbook by Renata Barn...
Discussion
January 30, 2019, 11:57 am
DomainSherpa
DomainSherpa
DomainSherpa LIVE Review at NamesCon – Jan 29 in Las Vegas
In this DomainSherpa LIVE Review during the NamesCon 2019 conference in Las Vegas:• We learn what the Sherpas think of yesterday's $2.4 million domain auction: OL.com, Leads.com & DomainNames.com• Various investors' domains ar...
Discussion
January 29, 2019, 8:24 pm
The Domains
The Domains
Sedo weekly sales led by Play.de
Sedo released their weekly sales report and Play.de led the way at 30,000 Euros, ($34,258). PaulValentine.com was the highest .com sale at 24,000 Euros, ($27,406). The hyphenated version has been the website for a German watchmaker. 45 .com sales 13 ...
Discussion
January 29, 2019, 4:22 pm
The Domains
The Domains
Escrow.com releases initial Domain Investment Index report
Escrow.com released their first ever Domain Investment Index. The report looks to highlight and make the case for domains as an asset class. Escrow.com wrote: We believe that domain names as an asset class are undervalued. If you buy a shopfront it w...
Discussion
January 29, 2019, 3:05 pm
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