And The Contest Winner Is…

gtldsLast week I asked you to guess the purchase price of a domain name I bought back in 2011.

I believe that most people guessed what I would pay for it and not the actual value of the domain name. I could be wrong.

The domain name was and has an original registration date of 2000.

And the winner is: that said $279.

The purchase price was $260. I bought the domain name at Sedo and it was a Buy-It-Now price. The point is that there are always domain name deals that you can find somewhere. You just need to search for them.

(The purchase price was in Euro and I used a 1,3 conversion rate to convert Euro in USD.)

Guess prices ranged from $59 up to $4,000.

Now guess what offer I rejected last week for it. No contest here!


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 blog in 2012.



    Yipee! I had a feeling I was close after doing some digging around to see who got it in auction and made an educated guess on how much profit was satisfactory for them.

    Thanks Konstantinos. What’s the next step?

    My PayPal address is different from the one I used to post my guess.

  2. Hello Konstantino,

    Yes you are absolutely right. Frank Schilling who extoles the New Quasi-Derivative gTLD Contentions. Is hoping the suckers line up for his Front Stage Hyping, so as to supply him with money to buy more .COM Platform Online Marketing Machines. JAS 5/17/15

    Gratefully, Jeff Schneider (Contact Group) (Metal Tiger) (Former Rockefeller IBEC Marketing Analyst/Strategist) (Licensed CBOE Commodity Hedge Strategist)

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