Radix published its premium domains report for the 1st half of 2017.
Here is the report:
- Radix crosses $1 MILLION in premium name revenue.
- 1,217,240 In Premium Revenue
- 727 Premium Domains Registered & Renewed
New Premium Registrations
- New Premium Registration Revenue: $640,641
- New Premium Names Registered: 469
- 258 Premiums Renewed
- $576,599 Premium Renewal Revenue
- 67% Premiums have been renewed (first-year)
Top Recurring Premium Sales
|creative.space||$6,499||Go Daddy, LLC||United States|
|travel.fun||$6,499||Go Daddy, LLC||United States|
|quantum.tech||$6,499||Go Daddy, LLC||United States|
- Average Length of a Domain Name: 6
- Average no. of pages on a premium website: 8
- Developed premiums have ssl: 33%
- Websites have a MX record: 99
- Top Languages of developed sites: English, Chinese, Russian
Are these Registrants some kind of benevolent shareholders or something? Wow…
Premium is a bad word to use here. Why do people waste their money on these domains without developing them? All of those examples are undeveloped!
The term refers to premium priced domains as opposed to the regular priced ones. It refers to registration/renewal prices.