Toby Clements sells a lot of domains through his popular newsletter but he really outdid himself this past week when he rung up one of the three biggest sales reported so far in 2012. With that 2-letter .com sale three of the year's five biggest sales have now been ultra-short two-character domains.
It was another solid week for the domain aftermarket with two of the year's biggest sales to date getting rung up, including the year's biggest non .com gTLD sale. Four ccTLDs also made the all extension leader board.
The new weekly domain sales report is out at DNJournal.com. The new column actually covers two weeks worth of data since we were away last week for the DOMAINfestGlobal conference. The top three sales from the past two weeks also rank as the three biggest sales reported so far in 2011.
The new weekly domain sales report is out at DNJournal.com. Sedo rang up the seven biggest sales and claimed 11 places overall on our new all-extension Top 20 Sales Chart. Three ccTLDs made the elite list along with one non .com gTLD.
The four-day Thanksgiving weekend gave most Americans a very short work week last week but the domain aftermarket continued full steam ahead, producing two of the year's 30 biggest sales to date. .Coms took 12 of the 20 chart entries. ccTLDs swept the other 8 leaving the non .com gTLDs out in the cold.
The new weekly domain sales report is out at DNJournal.com. Sedo rang up one of the year's 10 biggest sales to take the top spot on our new weekly all extension leader board. Sedo swept 11 of the 20 chart entries overall. Eight of the nine remaining chart openings were taken by completed sales from the .CO Landrush Auctions.
The new weekly domain sales report is out at DNJournal.com. One of the five biggest sales of 2010 took the top spot on our leader board and we also saw the year's biggest .info sale to date
The new weekly domain sales report is out at DNJournal.com. Sedo tops the chart with a pair of six-figure sales that rank among the year's highest transactions. The name at the top is one of the 20 biggest sales thus far in 2009 and the quarter-million dollar runner-up is the year's 2nd biggest ccTLD sale.
The new weekly domain sales report is out at DNJournal.com. We saw a 2-letter .com change hands for $500,000 in one of the year’s 10 biggest sales as well as a country code deal that ranks as the year's 6th biggest ccTLD sale, GeoDomains also had a strong presence on the Top 20 chart.
It was another solid outing for the domain aftermarket with a trio of six-figure sales leading this week's DN Journal sales report.. One of those, a two-word .com, rang up $325,000 to rank among the 20 biggest sales reported so far in 2008. Three country code domains qualified for the all extension leader board as did an IDN and a pair of .nets.