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12 end user domain name sales up to €29k

A candy company, an escape room and an upscale hotel chain bought domain names last week.

graphic of briefcase full of money related to end user domain name sales

This week’s list of end user sales at Sedo includes an eclectic mix such as Hero.eu, RedCircle.com and ModernAnimal.com.

Here’s the list of end user sales from the past week. You can view previous lists like this here.

Hero.eu €29,000 – Hero offers interim staffing company in the Netherlands.

RedCircle.com $17,000 – RedCircle, a podcast hosting service provider that also supplies users with analytics and promotional tools, upgraded its domain. It uses GetRedCircle.com.

Veridic.com €12,000 – Forwards to Veridic.co.uk, a mobile app developer based in London that now owns the .com version of its domain.

ModernAnimal.com €11,000 – In development by a Veterinarian in Los Angeles.

MyMontage.com $10,000 – Purchased by the Montage Management Group, a luxury international hotel chain with locations in California, Mexico and some ski destinations. It uses the domain MontageHotels.com.

WeeBeastie.com $6,118 – A creative agency in Ventura, CA. It forwards to WeeBeastie.tv. This was a SedoMLS sale.

BeanBagChairs.com $5,559 – This domain used to forward to a store that sold bean bag chairs. The new buyer is developing it.

SoccerGround.com $5,000 – SoccerGround is a German company specializing in the planning, installation and assembly of small walled soccer fields.

Rowingblazers.mx $5,000 – Rowing Blazers bought another ccTLD that matches its brand. It bought two other ccTLDs a couple of weeks ago.

BV-Auctions.com $3,559 – The best guess is the buyer is the high-end car collector auction site BV Collector Car Auctions GmbH, which uses BV-Auctions.de.

Indizio.de $2,600 – Indizio is an escape room style entertainment place with two locations in Germany. The German ccTLD forwards to Indizio.one.

Vanparys.com $2,000 – A Belgium confectionery company specializing in a Dragées, an M&M-like candy with a hard outer shell. They were established in 1889 and claim to be “The Original Chocolate Dragee”.

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12 end user domain name sales up to €29k

A candy company, an escape room and an upscale hotel chain bought domain names last week.

graphic of briefcase full of money related to end user domain name sales

This week’s list of end user sales at Sedo includes an eclectic mix such as Hero.eu, RedCircle.com and ModernAnimal.com.

Here’s the list of end user sales from the past week. You can view previous lists like this here.

Hero.eu €29,000 – Hero offers interim staffing company in the Netherlands.

RedCircle.com $17,000 – RedCircle, a podcast hosting service provider that also supplies users with analytics and promotional tools, upgraded its domain. It uses GetRedCircle.com.

Veridic.com €12,000 – Forwards to Veridic.co.uk, a mobile app developer based in London that now owns the .com version of its domain.

ModernAnimal.com €11,000 – In development by a Veterinarian in Los Angeles.

MyMontage.com $10,000 – Purchased by the Montage Management Group, a luxury international hotel chain with locations in California, Mexico and some ski destinations. It uses the domain MontageHotels.com.

WeeBeastie.com $6,118 – A creative agency in Ventura, CA. It forwards to WeeBeastie.tv. This was a SedoMLS sale.

BeanBagChairs.com $5,559 – This domain used to forward to a store that sold bean bag chairs. The new buyer is developing it.

SoccerGround.com $5,000 – SoccerGround is a German company specializing in the planning, installation and assembly of small walled soccer fields.

Rowingblazers.mx $5,000 – Rowing Blazers bought another ccTLD that matches its brand. It bought two other ccTLDs a couple of weeks ago.

BV-Auctions.com $3,559 – The best guess is the buyer is the high-end car collector auction site BV Collector Car Auctions GmbH, which uses BV-Auctions.de.

Indizio.de $2,600 – Indizio is an escape room style entertainment place with two locations in Germany. The German ccTLD forwards to Indizio.one.

Vanparys.com $2,000 – A Belgium confectionery company specializing in a Dragées, an M&M-like candy with a hard outer shell. They were established in 1889 and claim to be “The Original Chocolate Dragee”.

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12 end user domain name sales up to €29k

A candy company, an escape room and an upscale hotel chain bought domain names last week.

graphic of briefcase full of money related to end user domain name sales

This week’s list of end user sales at Sedo includes an eclectic mix such as Hero.eu, RedCircle.com and ModernAnimal.com.

Here’s the list of end user sales from the past week. You can view previous lists like this here.

Hero.eu €29,000 – Hero offers interim staffing company in the Netherlands.

RedCircle.com $17,000 – RedCircle, a podcast hosting service provider that also supplies users with analytics and promotional tools, upgraded its domain. It uses GetRedCircle.com.

Veridic.com €12,000 – Forwards to Veridic.co.uk, a mobile app developer based in London that now owns the .com version of its domain.

ModernAnimal.com €11,000 – In development by a Veterinarian in Los Angeles.

MyMontage.com $10,000 – Purchased by the Montage Management Group, a luxury international hotel chain with locations in California, Mexico and some ski destinations. It uses the domain MontageHotels.com.

WeeBeastie.com $6,118 – A creative agency in Ventura, CA. It forwards to WeeBeastie.tv. This was a SedoMLS sale.

BeanBagChairs.com $5,559 – This domain used to forward to a store that sold bean bag chairs. The new buyer is developing it.

SoccerGround.com $5,000 – SoccerGround is a German company specializing in the planning, installation and assembly of small walled soccer fields.

Rowingblazers.mx $5,000 – Rowing Blazers bought another ccTLD that matches its brand. It bought two other ccTLDs a couple of weeks ago.

BV-Auctions.com $3,559 – The best guess is the buyer is the high-end car collector auction site BV Collector Car Auctions GmbH, which uses BV-Auctions.de.

Indizio.de $2,600 – Indizio is an escape room style entertainment place with two locations in Germany. The German ccTLD forwards to Indizio.one.

Vanparys.com $2,000 – A Belgium confectionery company specializing in a Dragées, an M&M-like candy with a hard outer shell. They were established in 1889 and claim to be “The Original Chocolate Dragee”.

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#Sunglasses! A #domain keyword with 1.7 billion results just sold in the .ORG TLD

Sunglasses! It’s what you absolutely need if you live in Florida, and the domain Sunglasses.org just got auctioned. The “sunglasses” keyword returns a massive 1.78 billion results in Google, making it a niche market with plenty of popularity. It’s a lucrative market, and when one’s sunglass business gets disrupted due to domain name hijacking, it […]

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#Sunglasses! A #domain keyword with 1.7 billion results just sold in the .ORG TLD

Sunglasses! It’s what you absolutely need if you live in Florida, and the domain Sunglasses.org just got auctioned. The “sunglasses” keyword returns a massive 1.78 billion results in Google, making it a niche market with plenty of popularity. It’s a lucrative market, and when one’s sunglass business gets disrupted due to domain name hijacking, it […]

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Escrow.com : Internet #Domain Index report for Q1 of 2019

Escrow.com, a premium DomainGang sponsor, produced an Internet “domain index” report, that provides insight into the domain name market for the first quarter of 2019, and as compared to previous quarters. The Escrow.com report reveals a variety of factors influence the value of domain names. In particular, the value of domain names with existing content […]

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Escrow.com : Internet #Domain Index report for Q1 of 2019

Escrow.com, a premium DomainGang sponsor, produced an Internet “domain index” report, that provides insight into the domain name market for the first quarter of 2019, and as compared to previous quarters. The Escrow.com report reveals a variety of factors influence the value of domain names. In particular, the value of domain names with existing content […]

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Escrow.com: Domain sales jumped in Q1

Escrow provider reports robust domain name market in 2019.

Online escrow service Escrow.com released its Q1 market report (pdf) today, showing that domain sales were strong to start 2019.

Escrow.com handled $85 million of domain name and website transactions during Q1 2019. This was up both quarter-over-quarter and year-over-year:

Chart shows Escrow.com Q1 2019 sales were higher than Q4 2018 and Q1 2018.

The United States continues to be Escrow.com’s largest source of transactions. It represents over 70% of transactions. Canada was surprisingly the second largest source of transactions during Q1 (when you split China and Hong Kong):

Chart shows that the United States is the largest for Escrow.com, followed by Canada in Q1 2019

In addition to domain names, Escrow.com handled $15.2 million of website sales (domain plus content) in the quarter with a median price of $9,800.

Domain names without content traded at a median price of $2,500, the same as the previous five quarters.

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Escrow.com: Domain sales jumped in Q1

Escrow provider reports robust domain name market in 2019.

Online escrow service Escrow.com released its Q1 market report (pdf) today, showing that domain sales were strong to start 2019.

Escrow.com handled $85 million of domain name and website transactions during Q1 2019. This was up both quarter-over-quarter and year-over-year:

Chart shows Escrow.com Q1 2019 sales were higher than Q4 2018 and Q1 2018.

The United States continues to be Escrow.com’s largest source of transactions. It represents over 70% of transactions. Canada was surprisingly the second largest source of transactions during Q1 (when you split China and Hong Kong):

Chart shows that the United States is the largest for Escrow.com, followed by Canada in Q1 2019

In addition to domain names, Escrow.com handled $15.2 million of website sales (domain plus content) in the quarter with a median price of $9,800.

Domain names without content traded at a median price of $2,500, the same as the previous five quarters.

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Sedo weekly sales led by PreSale.com

Sedo released their weekly sales and PreSale.com led the way at $45,444. Hero.eu was second at 29,000 Euros, ($32,524). 42 .com sales 8 cctld sales 8 other tld sales Happy.info sold for $10,000.   Domain name Price Currency .COMs presale.com 45444 USD redcircle.com 17000 USD nuuday.com 15000 USD veridic.com 12000 EUR centure.com 12000 USD modernanimal.com […]

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#Sedo sales report : #Domain names sold between 5/6/2019 – 5/12/2019 topped by Presale.com at $45444 dollars

Welcome to the latest edition of reporting on the Sedo domain sales; this time we cover the days spanning May 6th, 2019 – May 12th, 2019. This information has been provided by Sedo.com, sponsors of DomainGang. As a side note, Sedo has rolled out its separate Expiring Domains portal. This report contains 10 domains sold […]

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Mike Mann’s unstoppable #domain sales end in lucky “888”

Mike Mann’s been unstoppable recently, and his domain sales have been causing a lot of discussion. The serial entrepreneur who once sold Sex.com, came up with a sales system that quotes prices ending in “888.” This non-round pricing creates a system reminiscent of the “999” figures, only cheaper, and luckier. The Chinese love the number […]

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Check For New Trademarks Before Negotiating Sale

This morning, I wrote about Univision’s acquisition of the TUDN.com domain name. One thing I noticed just now is that Univision had filed for a trademark on TUDN in October of 2018. I think it is a good idea to look at trademark filings before negotiating the sale of a domain name. There are probably more […]



Univision Acquired TUDN.com Ahead of Rebrand

This morning, I read a Deadline.com article about Univision’s rebrand of its Univision Deportes network. The new brand name will be TUDN. Smartly, it looks like the company acquired the brand match TUDN.com domain name in advance of the acquisition. It does not look like the matching @tudn Twitter handle was acquired by the company […]



#Sedo sales report : #Domain names sold between 4/29/2019 – 5/5/2019 topped by Centric.com at $46000

Welcome to the latest edition of reporting on the Sedo domain sales; this time we cover the days spanning April 22th, 2019 – April 28th, 2019. This information has been provided by Sedo.com, sponsors of DomainGang. As a side note, Sedo has rolled out its separate Expiring Domains portal. This report contains 5 domains sold […]

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Sedo weekly sales led by Centric.com

Sedo released their weekly sales and Centric.com led the way at $46,000. itJobs.kr came in second at $37,500.   35 .com sales 17 cctld sales 6 other tld sales Ada.shop sold for $2,800   Domain name . Price Currency     .COMs     centric.com 46,000 USD palacio.com 12,500 EUR choosepower.com 10,000 USD coinxchange.com 9,900 […]

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ICANN to host first-ever high-stakes dot-brand auction

Two companies that own trademark rights to the same brand are to fight it out at an ICANN auction for the first time. Germany-based Merck Group will fight it out for .merck with American rival Merck & Co at an auction scheduled to take place July 17. Because it’s an ICANN “last-resort” auction, the value […]

Toni.com actually sold for $22,472

A commenter here stated that Toni.com did not sell for $42,500, the first bidder reneged and Deepak Ramani acquired the name for a lower price. I posted about this on Namepros and Michael Sumner from Namebio posted he has a way to see the updated price and it was $22,472. Thanks to everyone who helped […]

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Sedo lowers minimum offer to $20, nixes min commissions

Changes should add liquidity to domain market.

Sedo is making two big changes to its domain name marketplace. It’s a trial in place until the end of the year for now.

First, it is lowering its minimum bid from $90 to $20. If you complained about receiving $90 offers in the past, then you might want to set up a custom minimum bid for your domains. You can do this through the online system or contact your account rep to make this change.

Second, it is removing the $60 minimum commission on most domain names. (It calls these “Category 1” domains.)

This should add liquidity to the low end of the market. It didn’t make sense to sell a domain for $90 if you only netted $30.

Afternic previously lowered its minimum offer to $20. It charges a $15 minimum commission.

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No more $90 minimum bid at Sedo, starting tomorrow

Starting tomorrow and running through the end of 2019, Sedo will be doing away with the  Minimum Fee for all Category I domains* sold through Sedo! Additionally, the minimum bid of $90 previously required by the buyer when bidding at Sedo, will be lowered to $20. Sedo gave an example below: Benefits for both Domain […]

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