Sedo offers a few premium names exclusively for sale. You see the domains when you log in to Sedo. Here are the domains with Sedo’s pitch next to them and with some related sales.
Meetings.com – Ideal for a webinar business or similar
imeeting.com was sold less than 2 months ago at namejet. Meeting.com redirects to a meeting software company at gotomeeting.com.
imeeting.com $15,166 2012 namejet.com
meeting.net $3,000 2011 sedo.com
meeting.me $11,570 2008 sedo.com
Toys.net – A great keyword name for SEO purposes or for a developed site
toy.us $1,560 2012 godaddy.com (I was bidding on this one…)
toys.me $5,050 2012 sedo.com
Bra.com (short and product-oriented)
Bras.com redirects to Calvin Klein Underwear at cku.com.
Moms.com (US moms have about $1.2 Trillion to spend)
Mom.com is run by CafeMom, a website website for moms.
mother.co $2,000 2011 sedo.com
Boobs.com (for important issues, such as breast cancer)
What exactly does than mean? Do they mean that they will not sell to someone that plans to use it for an adult oriented website or do they try to disguise an adult domain sale? I would think the later. Boob.com was sold in 2007 and now naturally hosts an adult oriented website. I don’t think that no one will buy this domain “for important issues”.
boob.com $80,000 2007 Moniker
boobs.co.uk $5,100 2011 sedo.com
boobs.us $1,200 2011 sedo.com
I am in no way affiliated with Sedo or the sellers.