Here are some domain name related Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals that I could find.
The deals are mostly about new domain name registrations of New gTLDs but some registrars include discounts on .com domains and ccTLDs.
Most new gtld deals are connected to the promotion that Radix is running.
Here are the deals and discounts from NamesCon, Namesilo, Dynadot, Hover, 101Domain and Blacknight: Continue reading
DomainNameSales.com is back from the weekend maintenance work that promised the integration with Uniregistry. The integrated experience is to be called Uniregistry Market.
I haven't noticed any obvious changes in the DomainNameSales.com or the Uniregistry platforms but I bet there were some backend changes. Probably they are saving the big revelation for NamesCon 2016 this January in Las Vegas.
DomainNameSales.com's announcement said that during the maintenance downtime "You will not be able to log in or use the Domain Name Sales website, but inquiries from potential buyers will not be affected and continue to be collected.".
I received all the emails about the inquiries during the weekend. (At least I think I received all of them.)
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Sedo hosted an exclusive Numeric Auction with .club domain names, from November 12- 19.
Featured names were 111.club, 333.club, 800.club and many more. The domains were auctioned off without a reserve price and all domains were sold for a total of $44,727.
Here is the complete list of 37 domain names in the auction and the prices these were sold for: Continue reading
Namejet released it's October 2015 domain name auctions report. Namejet sold 139 (102 domains in September) domains for $1,026,208 ($1,322,563 in September). Namejet only reports domains that were sold for $2,000 or more. I am sure that the bulk amount of sales are below this threshold. Here are the 139 reported domain sales at Namejet: Continue reading
Here are a few of the domain names I bought in the past 3 months.
I am not buying any LLLL domains because I am not following any of the trends. I own a few good and very good LLLL domains for many years now and I am now considering selling them. So I guess I DO follow the selling trends, not the buying ones.
This summer, Donuts released for registration 1.369 million previously reserved domain names in 144 gTLDs because of collisions. The company made these names available in batches each week between June and September. The domains were released using the Early Access Period (EAP) where registrants pay an extra fee to purchase, followed by general availability.
I was following closely these releases and bought what I think were good deals. Others might disagree. Most domain names I bought have a renewal price of $100 or less with 2-3 exceptions. (3d.movie)
But a couple of domains were bought in EAP day 3, meaning these costed more than $1,200 each.
Here are a few of the domain names I bought in August and September: Continue reading
October was a solid month for .CLUB premium name sales, scaring up some strong deals through multiple channels including registrars, registry direct, brokers and aftermarket.
In addition, the registry ended the month by launching an auction of 25 2-letter names and one 1-letter name (C.club) on EJEE’s EachNic.com platform in China. The fully bi-lingual (English and Chinese) auction is currently underway, and has been off to a good start, with the first 10 names all meeting or exceeding their reserves and successfully selling.
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Highest domain name sale this week at Flippa was DMZ.org that sold for $7,200.
There were a lot of LLLL.com domain name sales this week similar to other marketplaces lately but LLLLDomains.com also sold on Flippa this week.
Post-Auction Negotiation was the method of sale for 5 domains of this week’s list.
There were 9 domains that were sold by Buy-It-Now and the "Flippa Portfolio Section" (previously known as Domain Catalog) had 18 sales this week.
[* denotes "Confirmation Pending"]
Top Flippa Domain Sales from the past week: Continue reading
I get many inquiries and a lot of the people are trying to convince me to accept their low ball offer. I find quite amusing the times they are trying to convince me that no domain name is worth more than $500 and I should take their offer or forever regret it.
Here are a few of the things that potential domain name buyers tell me: Continue reading
I am selling the following domain names because they are part of a joint venture that is being dissolved.
Please contact me if you have a serious offer using the "contact us" form.
Payment will be made by paypal or escrow.com. Buyer pays the escrow.com fee.
Most domains are registered with Fabulous.com and can be transferred to any registrar.
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This is my first article that has been published in the traditional style: in a paper magazine. The magazine is called State of the Domains and is published by the Domain Name Association.
I would like to thank the Domain Name Association (DNA) for giving me this opportunity and especially Simon Cousins that is the issue editor and co-founder and CEO of Allegravita LLC.
My article is published on issue 4 of the DNA State of the Domains magazine that is on a 500-copy print run and is being distributed at ICANN 54 conference in Dublin Ireland that started yesterday.
The article is something I have been thinking since New gTLGs first came out and have been working on the data for a few months now. I hope you enjoy it. As always I welcome all comments and requests for future work.
The purpose of this article is to analyze the number of characters Continue reading