Flippa Weekly Domain Sales: Rides.com $120,000, RealEstateForeclosures .com $7,500

flippaHighest sale this week at Flippa was the domain name Rides.com that was sold for $120,000.

Post-Auction Negotiation was the method of sale for 8 domains of this week’s list. These Flippa post-auction negotiations are working very well.

There were 6 domains that were sold by Buy-It-Now and newly introduced Domain Catalog had 3 sales this week.

Top Flippa Domain Sales from the past week:Rides.com  @ $120,000  (Flippa Exclusive ~ Negotiated Post-Auction)
RealEstateForeclosures.com  @ $7,500  (Negotiated Post-Auction)
Text.org  @ $5,012
Youman.com  @ $4,000
MobileDrones.com  @ $2,875  (Buy It Now)
Lionel.net  @ $2,000  (Buy It Now)
AutomotiveMechanic.com  @ $2,000
SlowMotionCamera.com  @ $1,899  (Buy It Now)
Move.ly  @ $1,475  (Negotiated Post-Auction)
Thiamin.com  @ $1,000
InsuranceShouters.com  @ $1,000  (Buy It Now)
NVM.net  @ $779  ($1 Reserve)
BDK.net  @ $601  (Negotiated Post-Auction)
SuperAnnuation.info  @ $550  (Domain Catalog Sale)
Obese.net  @ $532  ($1 Reserve)
MusicDownloads.info  @ $525  ($1 Reserve)
CrowdFunding.io  @ $510  ($1 Reserve)
Hive.us  @ $500  (Buy It Now)
Evil.io  @ $500
ntwkr.com  @ $499
PPCSecrets.com  @ $472  ($1 Reserve)
SendGiftCards.com  @ $455
FirearmMagazine.com  @ $455  ($1 Reserve)
EVUU.com  @ $419  (Negotiated Post-Auction)
Kittens.io  @ $370
Entertainer.info  @ $355  ($1 Reserve)
GIWN.com  @ $300  (Negotiated Post-Auction)
BestMortgage.co  @ $300  (Buy It Now)
Apiculture.org  @ $288  (Negotiated Post-Auction)
iStudies.com  @ $250
BannedAccount.com  @ $250  (Domain Catalog Sale)
GoldAssays.com  @ $250
GSVP.com  @ $241
CyberAdvertisers.com  @ $225
RabbitMail.com  @ $201
Cleaved.com  @ $201
F7J.com  @ $201
Cannabispedia.com  @ $200  (Domain Catalog Sale)
MXEQ.com  @ $180

Sold.Domains

About Konstantinos Zournas

Konstantinos studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London and lives in Athens, Greece. He loves domains and building websites. He is online since 1995, learned about html in 1996 and got into domains in 2002. He started the OnlineDomain.com blog in 2012.

4 comments

  1. Interesting how few portfolio sales seem to happen considering how many domains are listed.

    I had high hopes when I first listed a few hundred, but after only receiving a couple of sub-$100 offers, I removed the listings after a couple of months. There wasn’t enough exposure even with being a power seller and 150+ buyers watching my profile. With that said, I think there’s still some nice potential for the feature if they make improvements.

    • Thanks, Josh —

      Improvements are coming very shortly.

      What’s in store:
      — bulk upload capability
      — bulk edit capability
      — change of branding from ‘Catalog’ to ‘Portfolio’
      — easier access for sellers to share and promote their Portfolios
      — increased promotional efforts to broadcast sellers’ Portfolios

      Any and all feedback is listened to, and in many cases, worked into the improvements. Please field all questions and suggestions to this post, anywhere on the Flippa blog posts, or directly to Help@Flippa

      / Kevin

      • Thanks Kevin,
        I think that “bulk edit capability” is the most important update of all.
        Other marketplaces don’t have it after many years of asking for it…

      • Thanks Kevin. Bulk editing/upload will be very welcome. You might also include PageRank/backlink info on the listing pages.

        Also, I don’t know how much demand there would be for this, but I would like to list my portfolio listings for cheaper on Flippa than other marketplaces like Afternic. This would only be something I would do if there were an option to not have the listing pages indexed by Google.

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