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GoDaddy Auctions Posts $350,000 Sale and Sedo Set to Close Another Six-Figure Blockbuster

GoDaddy Auctions staked their claim as a viable high end marketplace this past week when they closed a huge $350,000 sale of Color.com to take the pole position on our latest all extension Top 20 Sales Chart. Color.com was just part of the GoDaddy story too. They went on to ring up four of the eight biggest sales reported this week - the best performance ever from their venue.

Just before our deadline Sedo was credited with another blockbuster deal involving Ringtones.com. It was announced as a $750,000 sale, but there is some confusion surrounding the number since the seller said in the press release that they retained rights to temporarily use some sub-domains of the name and wound up with a "net cash consideration" of $575,000

By Ron Jackson

Sedo broker Dave Evanson, who engineered the deal, told me Sedo received the full $750,000 in cash before the side deal for short term use of the sub-domains was executed. He and I will get together and go over the exact details of the transaction so I can determine what price it should be charted at when the domain becomes eligible for our charts. We do not consider a sale completed until payment has been received and the domain transferred to its new owner. At the time of this writing, the domain was still titled to Sedo's escrow service. 

Sedo again took more positions on the leader board than any other venue, claiming eight places on the elite list. Four of those were earned with .net domains, led by #3 Clothing.net at $40,000. UpMarketURLs.com gave the .nets a fifth representative on the Big Board by selling #4 Holland.net for Michael Berkens for $32,000. Michael also logged a Top 10 sale from his own aftermarket venue - MostWantedDomains.com. That was #9 MakeUpYourMind.com at $17,500

The AfternicDLS and Moniker/SnapNames both had multiple chart entries this week. Moniker/SnapNames scored with #11 BargainHunt.com ($15,000) and #20 Business4Business.com ($12,641) while The AfternicDLS banked $13,200 for #18 Shop1.com and $12,800 for #19 Nextware.com.

The country codes were represented by a pair of .co.uk domains. #10 Ocean.co.uk attracted $16,195 at DomainLore.co.uk while #16 Files.co.uk fetched $13,430. The .coms again dominated though, piling up 13 of the 20 chart entries. The .com cause was helped by the $55,000 sale of #2 VideoProduction.com at MediaOptions.com

Here is how all of the sales leaders stacked up for the week ending Sunday, Dec. 5:

The DN Journal Top 20 
Reported Domain Sales - Mon. Nov. 29, 2010 - Sun. Dec. 5, 2010
Euro to Dollar Conversion (€ to $) is Based on Rates in Effect Dec. 8, 2010

  Domain

Sold For

Where Sold
1. Color.com $350,000 GoDaddy Auctions
2. VideoProduction.com $55,000 MediaOptions
3. Clothing.net $40,000 Sedo
4. Holland.net $32,000 UpMarketURLs
5. QIP.com $25,000 GoDaddy Auctions
6. Recicia.com $22,400 GoDaddy Auctions
7. Marathon.net €15,000 = $19,950 Sedo
8. 728.com $18,121

GoDaddy Auctions

9. MakeUpYourMind.com $17,500 MostWantedDomains
10. Ocean.co.uk £10,250 = $16,195 DomainLore.co.uk

 

11.
tie
BargainHunt.com $15,000 Moniker/SnapNames
11.
tie
Hixih.com $15,000 Sedo
11.
tie
MaleEnhancement.net $15,000 Sedo
11.
tie
WebCube.com $15,000 Sedo
15. TheAgency.com $14,500 Sedo
16. Files.co.uk £8,500 = $13,430 Sedo
17. Studium.net €10,009 = $13,312 Sedo
18. Shop1.com $13,200 AfternicDLS
19. Nextware.com $12,800 AfternicDLS
20. Business4Business.com $12,641 Moniker/SnapNames

 

Keep in mind that these are the highest value sales that have been reported to us in the past week. This column is meant to be an educational tool, not a complete list documenting ALL high value domain sales. Such a list is impossible to produce because many sales are kept private at the insistence of buyers, sellers or both. Our procedure for verifying the accuracy of domain sales reports is available here.

For the many newcomers entering the domain industry we also want to point out that the reasons why a domain name sells for a certain price can be varied and are not always clear to those who are unfamiliar with the domain market. If you do not understand why specific domain names command the prices they do, you are likely to make unwise domain registrations or purchases. We highly recommend that you do some basic research before you buy anything! As a starting point we have built a sister site specifically for you at NameNewbie.com.

CLICK HERE for our Year-To-Date Charts.

There were 14 more five-figure sales just off the chart. Sedo had the highest of those with Hospitals.co.uk at $12,068 and had a half-dozen more at the five-figure level including ID-World.com ($11,970), Arredamenti.com ($11,305) and FotoShooting.de ($10,773). OrangeAir.com added another $10,100 while BadMode.com and Renen.com returned $10,000 each

MostWantedDomains.com weighed in again with the $11,500 sale of BostonLuxuryApartments.com while NameJet notched $11,100 for LakeLinks.com and $10,500 for Uprise.com. The AfternicDLS deposited $11,000 for Rydin.com and $10,000 for Koto.com. Towsnville.com.au yielded $10,980 for NetFleet.com.au and GoDaddy Auctions rang up $10,000 for HRCI.com.

.Com Supporting Cast

The AfternicDLS led the .com supporting cast of four-figure sales with Piedmontese.com at $9,350. Their hit list also included Imnet.com ($8,000), ElectricDogFence.com ($7,000) and Kizi.com ($6,375). TheGiveaways.com gained $6,200, NewYearsEvents.com attracted $5,850 and SquareTable.com tacked on $5,800. Two others; LondonSuites.com and NSFX.com drew $5,500 apiece. 

The AfternicDLS reported 68 more .com sales ranging from $2,000 to $5,000. Those are listed in the table below:

Additional AfternicDLS .Com Sales Between $2,000 - $5,000
courthousesquare.com $5,000   homemaids.com $2,588
more2life.com $5,000 bccanada.com $2,500
suiteadvantage.com $4,577 mlgp.com $2,500
socialcar.com $4,488 myfavourites.com $2,500
skillstar.com $4,050 vpcp.com $2,500
ironcraft.com $3,590 iteye.com $2,400
canvasdesigns.com $3,500 marketingmonitor.com $2,400
financeweekly.com $3,500 combinedpower.com $2,389
maintenancedirect.com $3,500 bilingualsigns.com $2,388
tavoli.com $3,500 classiccooking.com $2,330
lifesalon.com $3,388 silverjewelrywholesale.com $2,318
nooffense.com $3,277 pigshop.com $2,200
answeb.com $3,220 rankingworld.com $2,188
andfriends.com $3,188 custombinder.com $2,100
pointcentral.com $3,188 drinkhub.com $2,088
qualitypower.com $3,188 jamesfarmer.com $2,088
solarindex.com $3,188 movingtoday.com $2,088
westcoastracing.com $3,188 thesharingtree.com $2,088
wildlifetourism.com $3,100 wommack.com $2,088
aytim.com $3,070 bluefiresecurity.com $2,050
colink.com $3,000 betterdate.com $2,000
derbystar.com $3,000 boomaudio.com $2,000
mvpdj.com $3,000 dbpe.com $2,000
stepsahead.com $3,000 easyannuity.com $2,000
thepcstore.com $3,000 easyterminsurance.com $2,000
activedataexchange.com $2,988 etravelguides.com $2,000
storebay.com $2,988 expace.com $2,000
alphaz.com $2,788 fasttrackrealestate.com $2,000
easyrelocation.com $2,788 fmph.com $2,000
silvergrey.com $2,788 freshconnection.com $2,000
fourtec.com $2,710 stressfreetravel.com $2,000
guidancesystems.com $2,688 upbo.com $2,000
projectexecution.com $2,688 vitaminsandmore.com $2,000
cashanytime.com $2,588 zooa.com $2,000

As part of their expanded promotion platform The AfternicDLS sold five domains through Sedo including Confirmo.com ($5,000), Mohrmann.com ($4,988) and Rohstoff.com ($2,442). Stapelstuhl.com kicked in $2,239 and Umstandskleidung.com captured $2,231

14 more expanded promotion sales went through GoDaddy Auctions including IcePlay.com, LegalSupportServices.com and OurAddress.com at $3,188 each. DigitalPOS.com posted $3,088, MomList.com located $2,988 and SonicLife.com landed $2,688.

Also, AZResearch.com discovered $2,588 while three others; AnyMeeting.com, IndustrySummit.com and LibertyAdvertising.com sold for $2,488 each. CompleteClothing.com buttoned up $2,250, RichmondInternational.com corralled $2,188, ProtectingYourPrivacy.com secured $2,088 and TVWorkout.com broke a $2,000 sweat. 

GoDaddy Auctions also enjoyed continued success with TheGiveaway.com going for $6,200, TowerOfEnglish.com tallying $5,000 and AFQ.com delivering $4,105. MyDreamDress.com slipped into $2,800, ProjectSocial.com produced $2,295 and ITeachApp.com claimed $2,200. EmailTools.com took in $2,116 and GlassBabyBottles.com dispensed $2,049

Back at Sedo Relephant.com racked up $9,310 while Josera.com and UScoop.com dished out $7,000 each. Three others; Nortlander.com, SoundNation.com and MailPro.com provided $6,650 apiece. InfiniteIntelligence.com thought up $6,100, NearfieldCommunication.com connected for $6,000, 3Pay.com picked up $5,500 and MyFlyer.com made $5,320

Sedo had 46 more .com sales ranging from $2,000 to $5,000 that are listed in the table below:

Additional Sedo .com Sales Between $2,000 - $5,000
1777.com $5,000   locamachine.com $3,000
appedia.com $5,000 seeten.com $2,959
weblicity.com $5,000 medipad.com $2,850
lookatyou.com $4,800 smartvet.com $2,800
sportforyou.com $4,655 rentaflat.com $2,793
sudarium.com $4,500 allbooking.com $2,660
verstopfung.com $4,389 turfprono.com $2,660
talklish.com $4,256 roair.com $2,647
cloudbot.com $4,000 faqit.com $2,514
onecloset.com $3,995 stan-james.com $2,500
cirurgiaestetica.com $3,990 the-race.com $2,500
linect.com $3,990 veevee.com $2,500
safestreets.com $3,950 winecaps.com $2,500
mediahost.com $3,857 xlsuits.com $2,500
3dhq.com $3,750 secret24.com $2,400
rebato.com $3,750 infinityliving.com $2,328
tamlo.com $3,500 edume.com $2,230
vguru.com $3,500 4mesothelioma.com $2,222
asperity.com $3,400 mobicraft.com $2,200
officeplanner.com $3,400 4studentloans.com $2,000
adshere.com $3,395 biblex.com $2,000
veoo.com $3,392 jeuxlive.com $2,000
eacapital.com $3,000 socialix.com $2,000

At NameJet the winners included Clares.com ($7,726), Cheyouhui.com ($7,303) and YDS.com ($7,171). Mock.com maxed out at $7,100, TradeSoft.com calculated $6,454 and two others; SexToyShop.com and SaltwaterAquarium.com drained $5,100 apiece. Sampling.com added a $5,097 hors d'oeuvre.

NameJet had 40 more four-figure .com sales ranging from $2,000 to $4,900. Those are listed in the table below:

Additional NameJet .com Sales Between $2,000 - $4,900
motorsiklet.com $4,900   losinghair.com $2,600
vintagesports.com $4,850 bestdigital.com $2,510
aoti.com $4,522 all-biz.com $2,500
sparkly.com $4,200 uspn.com $2,500
yinzhou.com $4,001 advalue.com $2,461
superconductors.com $3,900 globaltrades.com $2,400
sweepstakesonline.com $3,700 transmeta.com $2,400
tripplanners.com $3,666 rcca.com $2,322
zooming.com $3,600 kofe.com $2,301
mybookstore.com $3,400 cnmedia.com $2,200
hairmagazine.com $3,155 bainong.com $2,101
bluerabbit.com $3,100 driveamerica.com $2,100
copaco.com $2,950 edutoys.com $2,100
sanz.com $2,878 snowstar.com $2,093
greentags.com $2,850 tetao.com $2,011
gloversville.com $2,801 dongwha.com $2,010
steamboiler.com $2,800 incipient.com $2,006
eproduction.com $2,700 diamondworks.com $2,000
areotek.com $2,658 editred.com $2,000
fastio.com $2,600 sun-glasses.com $2,000

At Moniker/SnapNames Qiantuan.com commanded $7,373, Jimao.com clicked for $5,111 and CMSForex.com found $3,522. MediaTrade.com dispatched $3,511, RadioBox.com dialed in $2,701 and TravelStation.com docked at $2,311. Kukje.com came up with $2,152, IKnowMe.com recognized $2,099, Silverback.com brought $2,050 and Lechu.com lassoed $2,038.

NoktaDomains got into the act with Pelerin.com ($5,900), Boutiqe.com ($5,500) and Hostly.com ($5,100). NewYearsEveParties.com celebrated $4,400, BookOffers.com bagged $2,750 and IndustrialFencing.com penned in $2,600. HomeSecurityMonitoring.com kept watch on $2,500 and OzelOgretmen.com cornered $2,000

Elsewhere, YummyNames sold SouthernStar.com for $8,500 and BGMail.com for $5,500. They also teamed up with the AfternicDLS to sell CleanBill.com ($5,000) and DanceBox.com ($3,000) and with Sedo to sell AirPush.com ($3,099)

MediaOptions.com notched another sale - Ponys.com at $2,000

 Afternic Domain Auctions

Country Codes

A quintet of  five-figure sales set the pace on the Country Code Top 20 Chart this week with .co.uk domains sweeping the first three positions. You saw all of the five-figure sales in the all extension section at the top of this report, so the highest ccTLD sale you haven't seen yet is #6 SMSOhneabo.de, sold at Sedo for $9,975. Sedo went on to pile up 15 of the 20 chart entries including #7 Keep.me ($8,600), one of six .ME domains on the leader board (more than any other extension). 

NetFleet.com.au was the only other venue to chart multiple domains. They scored with three Australian .com.au names, led by #4 Townsville.com.au at $10,980. OI.com.au also landed on the top half of the char at #9 after changing hands for $8,416.

BliXem Internet and NoktaDomains also earned chart honors. BliXem did it with #11 End.nl at $6,850 while Nokta nailed down the #17 slot with TradeAdvisor.co.uk at $5,350. 

Here is how the ccTLD Top 20 stacked up for the week ending Dec. 5:

Country Code Top 20
 Highest Reported ccTLD  Sales: Mon. Nov. 29, 2010 - Sun. Dec. 5, 2010
Euro to Dollar Conversion (€ to $) is Based on Rates in Effect Dec. 8, 2010

  Domain

Sold For

Where Sold
1. Ocean.co.uk £10,250 = $16,195 DomainLore.co.uk
2. Files.co.uk £8,500 = $13,430 Sedo
3. Hospitals.co.uk £7,638 = $12,068 Sedo
4. Townsville.com.au $10,980 NetFleet.com.au
5. FotoShooting.de €8,100 = $10,773 Sedo
6. SMSOhneabo.de €7,500 = $9,975 Sedo
7. Keep.me $8,600 Sedo
8. Meinebank.ch €6,400 = $8,512 Sedo
9. OI.com.au $8,416 NetFleet.com.au
10. Engage.me €6,000 = $7,980 Sedo

11.
tie
End.nl €5,150 = $6,850 BliXem Internet
11.
tie
EnergiePlus.de €5,150 = $6,850 Sedo
13. Onlinedrukwerk.nl €5,000 = $6,650 Sedo
14. Identify.me $6,250 Sedo
15. Hotels.me $6,206 Sedo
16. CurrencyExchange.com.au $5,940 NetFleet.com.au
17. TradeAdvisor.co.uk $5,350 NoktaDomains
18. VEV.fr €4,000 = $5,320 Sedo
19. Browse.me $5,300 Sedo
20. Green.me $4,700 Sedo

CLICK HERE for our Year-To-Date Charts.

There were dozens of additional four-figure country codes sales off the chart. Sedo accounted for the majority of those with a roster led by AllPosters.gr ($4,655), Sell.me ($4,600) and Advertise.me ($4,500).

Dating.me and Move.me added $4,200 each and Preisblitz.de produced $4,123. Sedo had 94 more ccTLD sales ranging from $1,000 to $4,100 that are listed in the table below:

Additional Sedo ccTLD Sales Between $1,000 - $4,100
bio.me $4,100   damenjacke.de $1,595
collect.me $4,100 introduce.me $1,551
offer.me $4,000 debt.tv $1,550
divorcios.es $3,990 happy.me $1,550
ocean.de $3,990 arztsuche24.de $1,516
rankingcoach.de $3,957 abt.co $1,500
artberlin.de $3,857 Porn.is $1,500
heizlüfter.ch $3,724 Porno.is $1,500
draw.me $3,600 sms.me $1,499
aa.cc $3,500 formbar.de $1,463
fotomodel.de $3,325 hack.me $1,450
hear.me $3,300 hometuition.co.uk $1,414
eurobots.co.uk $3,239 message.me $1,350
mcnairs.co.uk $3,160 goldtocash.co.uk $1,343
text.me $3,105 paysafecard.eu $1,341
wärmebildkamera.de $3,059 aceos.de $1,330
wärmebildkameras.de $3,059 dotoday.co.uk $1,330
masala.tv $2,926 emz.ch $1,330
usufrutto.it $2,793 immoverkauf24.de $1,330
create.me $2,700 kiks.de $1,330
andalucia.ws $2,660 lehmputz.eu $1,330
checkup.fr $2,660 primedate.ch $1,330
factor.ch $2,660 steuernsteuern.de $1,330
tube8.eu $2,660 herrenschuhe.eu $1,329
dial.me $2,550 noltemoebel.de $1,329
versicherungvergleich.ch $2,394 fit.me $1,301
recycle.me $2,350 copra.de $1,264
zusammendruck.de $2,261 o.co.at $1,264
artemis.co $2,200 schmuck-direkt.de $1,264
ihs.eu $2,133 wild.tv $1,264
kinderkunstwerke.de $2,128 listen.me $1,250
write.me $2,105 energydrinks.de $1,197
onlinegames.ws $2,000 flexloan.co.uk $1,185
camroulette.de $1,995 buchdesign.de $1,131
carmemiranda.es $1,995 ferienhaus-prerow.de $1,131
onlinewedden.nl $1,995 peru-reisen.de $1,131
prweb.co.uk $1,995 tankstelle24.de $1,131
endesa.co.uk $1,862 paint.me $1,100
majesty.ch $1,862 actieveiling.nl $1,064
e-tankstelle.de $1,729 caution.ch $1,064
goki.eu $1,729 eco-comfort.de $1,064
lattenbodem.be $1,729 drop.me $1,050
polischeck.nl $1,729 put.me $1,050
brasilien-reisen.de $1,663 dachvermietung.de $1,033
distances.fr $1,663 netprofiler.be $1,024
pferdehaftpflicht.eu $1,663 questions.me $1,000
messeboden.de $1,596 sprinkle.me $1,000

 Moniker/SnapNames sold four German .de domains; Speisen.de ($2,128), Kinderwaegen.de ($1,330), BioMedikament.de ($1,197) and an IDN, Stärker.de, at $1,029

NetFleet.com.au also continued a nice run of .com.au sales with RabbitVibrators.com.au ($1,980), MercedesMelbourne.com.au ($1,633), ResumeTemplates.com.au ($1,584), Exmouth.com.au ($1,485) and TravelInsuranceMate.com.au ($1,435)

Elsewhere, BliXem Internet got $4,655 for NightLife.nl, NoktaDomains sold LocalEvents.co.uk ($2,500) and BedAndBreakfastUK.co.uk ($1,750) and The AfternicDLS moved Tech.us ($1,360) and Vid.us ($1,000).

If there are country code extensions in our report that you are not familiar with, you can look up the nation each extension goes with here

Global Contenders (Non .com gTLDs: .biz, .info, .mobi, .net, .org, .asia, .pro & .tel)

After having no five-figure sales reported last week, the non .com gTLDs bounced back nicely this week with five sales at that level. The top one, Clothing.net at $40,000 via Sedo ranks among the year's 10 biggest sales in this category. 

We showed you all of those five-figure sales in the all extension section earlier, so the top sale on our new Global Contenders Top 20 Chart that you haven't seen yet is #6 Strompreise.net at $6,251 through Sedo. Sedo went on to sweep 12 of the 20 chart entries. 

NameJet took four spots on the leader board with their team led by #8 Alien.org at $5,800. The AfternicDLS also had another solid outing with three charted sales topped by #9 BBI.net at $5,500

The .nets dominated this week, taking the first seven places on the chart and 14 or 20 overall. The remaining six openings were all filled by .orgs. Here's how all of the Global Contenders stacked up for the week ending Dec. 5:

Global Contenders Top 20
 Highest Reported Non .Com Global TLD  Sales 
(.Net, .Org, .Biz & .Info) Mon. Nov. 29, 2010 - Sun. Dec. 5, 2010
Euro to Dollar Conversion (€ to $) is Based on Rates in Effect Dec. 8, 2010

  Domain

Sold For

Where Sold
1. Clothing.net $40,000 Sedo
2. Holland.net $32,000 UpMarketURLs
3. Marathon.net €15,000 = $19,950 Sedo
4. MaleEnhancement.net $15,000 Sedo
5. Studium.net €10,009 = $13,312 Sedo
6. Strompreise.net €4,700 = $6,251 Sedo
7. Werkzeug.net €4,600 = $6,185 Sedo
8. Alien.org $5,800 NameJet
9. BBI.net $5,500 AfternicDLS
10. InsuranceJobs.org $5,100 Sedo

11.
tie
Confirm.net $5,000 Sedo
11.
tie
Weston.net $5,000 AfternicDLS
13. Heimarbeit.net $4,500 AfternicDLS
14. Socialware.net €3,300 = $4,389 Sedo
15. AEANet.org $4,214 NameJet
16. Versicherungsrechner.org  €3,000 = $3,990 Sedo
17. TWB.org $3,650 Sedo
18. Ships.org $3,601 NameJet
19. Oli.net $3,460 NameJet
20. JMall.net  €2,500 = $3,325 Sedo

CLICK HERE for our Year-To-Date Charts.

Domain Name Industry Newsletter

There were several dozen additional four-figure GC sales just off the chart. Sedo had the highest of those with Chlamydien.net at $3,192. They also sold WeightLoss.org for $2,765 and Electro-Menager.net for $2,660

Sedo had 16 more non .com gTLD sales ranging from $1,000 to $2,500. Those are listed in the table below:

Additional Sedo non .com gTLD Sales Between $1,000 - $2,500
mirada.org $2,500   dreamfab.net $1,500
oor.net $2,500 gags.net $1,500
touring.info $2,499 glasstiles.org $1,500
gratisjuegos.net $2,000 myaquadb.net $1,330
mio.org $2,000 stropdas.org $1,297
ausdauertraining.net $1,995 h24.org $1,064
academias.net $1,900 rouletteenligne.info $1,064
igame.pro $1,796 sammelklage.org $1,064

Back at NameJet NewEconomyIndex.org generated $2,768, Radon.org returned $2,200 and Euromed-Innovation.net drew $2,103. Sullivan.org banked $2,000, USIIA.org added $1,960 and Agrsci.org devoured $1,911

Also at NameJet, Alegria.org went for $1,878, Scholarship.info revealed $1,531 and ComputerJobs.net attracted $1,400. Room.info welcomed $1,300, TradeStock.org changed hands for $1,210 and CSSR.org doled out $1,122. Psychiater.net nabbed $1,109, Promises.net kept $1,065 and ElderWeb.org connected with $1,001

At the AfternicDLS Anonymity.net and TrafficNet.org earned $2,588 each while DailyDish.org downloaded $2,500 and VerticalMedia.net distributed $2,088

The AfternicDLS had 25 more four-figure non .com gTLD sales ranging from $1,000 to $2,000 that are listed in the table below:

Additional AfternicDLS non .com gTLD Sales Between $1,000 - $2,000
imnet.net $2,000   fastwebs.net $1,191
peddle.net $2,000 goldpoint.net $1,188
searchjobs.net $2,000 goldpoint.org $1,188
greatlife.org $1,888 tvanytime.net $1,188
proteinshake.org $1,800 beget.net $1,100
sideshow.org $1,530 homeownernetwork.org $1,100
ecob.net $1,500 dreammail.net $1,088
cyberweek.org $1,490 csac.net $1,068
liveinpeace.org $1,388 bluediamonds.net $1,000
mees.org $1,300 intangibles.net $1,000
greengarden.net $1,288 medicaljournal.org $1,000
blackdiamonds.net $1,200 woodmere.net $1,000
Freely.net $1,200  

Through their expanded promotion platform, the AfternicDLS also used GoDaddy Auctions to sell BookstoreOnline.net ($2,988) and TheContest.net ($2,088) and Sedo to sell Carrosserie.net ($1,953)

Elsewhere Moniker/SnapNames sold MyGame.org ($3,063) while MediaOptions moved CheckingAccounts.org and SavingsAccount.org for $2,500 each and Aprons.org for $1,600

Now that you're up to date on what happened over the past week, check out how the leaders stand year to date in all categories by visiting our Year To Date Charts page.

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As always, we welcome all verifiable sales reports from companies, private sellers or individuals with knowledge of an important sale made through any channel. To contribute information and help make this column better,  just drop a note to editor@dnjournal.com.

We truly appreciate the industry leading companies who share their sales information with us to help everyone in the business get a handle on current domain values. Richard Meyer of Domain Sales Center also provides invaluable help in collecting data for these sales reports each week.

Every Wednesday we publish the highest reported domain name sales for the previous week. On Mondays and Tuesdays our contributors send us their sales data for the previous 7 days. We then compile that information and write this article to give you the most comprehensive sales report in the industry. 

Editor's Note: If you wish to review previous Domain Sales columns, they are available in our Archive.

 

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