In the past week (Mar 31 to Apr 6), 660 (737 last week) transactions took place on Sedo’s marketplace and via SedoMLS, totaling $1.3 million ($1.2m last week). Only 248 (277 last week) domains from the 660 were reported by Sedo. The other domains were either private sales or domains that sold for less than 700 USD/EUR/GBP. Over 50% (44% last week) of total sales were the result of Buy Now listings. Sedo will not reveal what is the Buy Now percentage of the public sales vs the percentage of the private sales. And will not reveal what percentage of the total sales value do the Buy Now listings represent.
The average domain name sales price was $1,970 ($1,628 last week).
Here are the 248 public and reported Sedo sales for the week Mar 31 to Apr 6:
Afternic and Go Daddy published their combined weekly domain name sales. The total sales for week 3-31-14 to 4-6-14 were $2.042.237.
A lot of domains sales were not reported because the seller and/or buyer asked Afternic/Godaddy to keep the sale confidential. Also only sales above $1,000 are reported. This is a list of the reported domain names sales at Afternic and Go Daddy and their prices:
NameJet is pleased to be offering these featured domains in auction from Media Options. This exclusive list of 113 domain names includes many premium 3 character domains like igp.com, sai.com, jah.com rgm.com, 472.com and many others. Media Options is an industry leading Domain Broker considered to be a “boutique” brokerage service with well into the 8 figures in completed domain name transactions.
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The domain name auctions are spread out over 2 weeks. First auctions start on April 18 and the last domains are auctioned on May 3.
Here is the list of the 113 domains: Continue reading
The Uniregistry Affiliate Plus (UAP) Program that allows DomainNameSales.com parking customers another avenue by which they can monetize their names has published a “how to” guide.
Last week Uniregistry announced the new domain name affiliate program, called Affiliate Plus, and a few days later they announced the first integration between DomainNameSales.com and Uniregistry.
Traditionally, PPC parking revenue places a set of advertisements or search links on parked pages. When visitors to the pages click on the ads, money is earned by the owner of the domain name. Participation in the UAP program places other ads or links on parked pages when clicked on and visitors continue on to register, renew or transfer domain names at Uniregistry, a healthy commission (currently up to 35%) is paid to owner of the parked domain. These earnings are in perpetuity for as long as the name is registered by the original registrant. Read more about the program here http://uniregistry.com/affiliates/about.
Participation in this program is easy. It can be done in 2 steps.
Sedo just announced that it sold the domain name gab.com for $200,002 USD.
The domain, registered in 1998, was sold in the March Great Domains Auction and was confirmed as paid today.
The domain seems to have been sold from someone from Texas but the domain was owned for many years by Greater Atlantic Bank. Regulators closed the Reston-based Greater Atlantic Bank in 2009.
Whois has not yet been updated but the nameservers have. The domain was bought by Continue reading
Sedo just announced two mid 5-figures sales:
zaker.com 45,000 EUR
lossless.com 30,000 EUR
Zaker.com was sold by a company called ZAKER, C.B. from Spain. The buyer is using privacy whois and the nameservers have not yet been changed so we don’t know who the buyer is yet. The company was using the domain name since
I noticed an announcement from Aftermarket.com that I found interesting. Aftermarket offers personal domain portfolios on Aftermarket.com in the form of www.Aftermarket.com/portfolio/Username. You just replace “Username” with your real Aftermarket username and you’ll be assigned a dedicated URL that delivers customers to a searchable database of your listings and ONLY your listings.
I think that the best part is the Continue reading
Last week Uniregistry announced the new domain name affiliate program, called Affiliate Plus, and not more than a few days later they have already announced the first of many future integrations between DomainNameSales.com and Uniregistry.
Now you can use the Portfolios/Affiliates tab in the Settings menu of DomainNameSales to select different Uniregistry affiliate offerings and display them on your parked pages. DNS offers the same pay-rates as a direct signup via Uniregistry.
You can read more about the genesis of the Uniregistry Affiliate Plus program in Frank Schilling’s Continue reading
Sedo is accepting domain names for a themed .co.uk auction that begins on May 6th. The new TLD “.uk“ launches on June 10, 2014 and Sedo thinks that now is the best time to sell your .co.uk domain names.
Click here to submit your .co.uk domains.
Here is the announcement: Continue reading
In the past week (Mar 24 to Mar 30), 737 (692 last week) transactions took place on Sedo’s marketplace and via SedoMLS, totaling $1.2 million ($1.7m last week). Only 277 (227 last week) domains from the 737 were reported by Sedo. The other domains were either private sales or domains that sold for less than 700 USD/EUR/GBP. Over 44% (48% last week) of total sales were the result of Buy Now listings. Sedo will not reveal what is the Buy Now percentage of the public sales vs the percentage of the private sales. And will not reveal what percentage of the total sales value do the Buy Now listings represent.
The average domain name sales price was $1,628 ($2,457 last week).
Here are the 277 public and reported Sedo sales for the week Mar 24 to Mar 30: