Go Daddy Auctions sold 42,660 domains in March – DreamProducts.com for $40k, TheExchange.com for $36k, etc.

Go Daddy sold 42,660 domains in March 2013. That is a lot more than the 34,132 domains that were sold in February (February was 3 days shorter). 53% (54% in February) of the sales were from auctions, 45% (44% in February) of the sales were from Buy Now listings and 2% (2% in February) were from Offer/Counter-Offer sales.

Online was the most sold domain name keyword for March with home, free, best and blog following.

These are the top 10 sales from March at Go Daddy auctions:

 dreamproducts.com $40,000
 theexchange.com $36,000
 f22.com $30,000
 exun.com $21,505
 waittime.com $20,000
 genovia.com $20,000
 frenzi.com $18,800
 spiritofamerica.com $18,500
 runnings.com $18,000
 forzasports.com $17,500

About Konstantinos Zournas

I studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London, UK and I am now living in Athens, Greece. I went online in 1995, started coding in 1996 and began buying domain names and creating websites in 2000. I started the OnlineDomain.com blog in 2012.


  1. Hmmm….
    I always see these lists on what was won in auction. I wonder what was actually paid for?

    • Your totally right underdawg. Just because they list the prices does not mean they sale them at that price. Ever hear of straw bidders jacking up the price then failing to pay the price for the domain…..
      Sometimes these prices are bought on backorder after no one pays the final price. Now what happens if no one buys the domain name.

      Where does it go. Into the GD backorder system for a lovely 22.00.
      AM I WRONG? could be but I doubt.

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