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Trio of 6-Figure Sales Including the Year's 2nd Largest ccTLD Sale Headline a Big Week for the Domain Market 

The domain aftermarket continues to gain steam as we head into the home stretch for 2013. The past week saw three 6-figure sales reported and more than 50 five-figure sales - an exceptionally large number that would have allowed us to fill two Top 20 Sales Charts and still have nearly a dozen domains left over. 

DomainNameSales.com led the charge with the two biggest sales - DataCenters.com at $190,000 and Waitress.com at $168,000. Both of those rank among the 20 biggest sales reported so far this year.

The third sale at that level was the year's 2nd biggest ccTLD sale - Cruises.com.au at 110,000 Australian dollars - that's $103,400 U.S. at the current exchange rate. dTrade.com brokered the sale of that domain to OzCruising Pty Ltd.  

By Ron Jackson

The seller had already developed Cruises.com.au and, as regular readers know, we do not include developed websites on our charts unless the parties to the sale specifically break out the price paid for the domain name only from the other business assets. That rarely happens but in this case it did. 

To get Australia's category defining domain for their industry, OzCruising paid a total of 165,000 AUD ($155,100) for all assets, including a Facebook page and the existing customer data. The two sides agreed the value of the domain alone was $103,400, a figure that looks reasonable for such a valuable keyword in an important  ccTLD. 

Another solid ccTLD sale took the #4 spot on our latest all extension Top 20 Sales Chart. That was DailyDeals.co.uk at $55,000 via DomainNameSales. They rounded out the first five with YourRights.com at $45,000 and went on to sweep eight of the top ten sales, with a hand in 12 charted transactions overall. One of those was a sale they shared with DomainHoldings - #13 (tie) BusinessGifts.com at $28,000.

NoktaDomains got one of the top ten entries that eluded DNS with #10 Wreckers.com at $30,000. Sedo and Afternic each claimed two spots on the Big Board with #11 CBS.de ($29,940) leading the Sedo roster and #16 (tie) Exoskeleton.com ($25,000) setting the pace for Afternic. Also earning chart honors this week were NameJet for # 13 (tie) TTM.com at $28,000 and Domains90210 for #20 Concert.tv ($21,000).  

The .coms piled up 16 of the 20 chart entries with the remaining four all going to ccTLDs, leaving the non .com gTLDs out in the cold. Here is how all of the sales leaders stacked up for the week ending Sunday, Oct. 6:

The DN Journal Top 20 
Reported Domain Sales - Mon. Sept. 30, 2013 - Sun. Oct. 6, 2013
Euro/Pound to Dollar Conversions (€/£ to $) is Based on Rates in Effect Oct. 9, 2013

  Domain

Sold For

Where Sold
1. DataCenters.com $190,000 DomainNameSales
2. Waitress.com $168,000 DomainNameSales
32. Cruises.com.au 110,000 AUD = $103,400 dTrade
4. DailyDeals.co.uk $55,000 DomainNameSales
5. YourRights.com $45,000 DomainNameSales
6. 3DParts.com $44,000 DomainNameSales
7. Zhuo.com $42,500 DomainNameSales
8. 19E.com $40,000 DomainNameSales
9. GKIC.com $35,000 DomainNameSales
10. Wreckers.com $30,000 NoktaDomains

11. CBS.de €22,015 = $29,940 Sedo
12. ChrisKay.com €22,000 = $29,920 Sedo
13.
tie
BusinessGifts.com $28,000 DomainNameSales/
DomainHoldings
13.
tie
TTM.com $28,000 NameJet
15. Haar.com $26,500 DomainNameSales
16.
tie
Exoskeleton.com $25,000 Afternic
16.
tie
OrganicChocolate.com $25,000 DomainNameSales
18 GoLegal.com $23,000 Afternic
19. W66.com $22,000 DomainNameSales
20. Concert.tv $21,000 Domains90210

Keep in mind that these are the highest value cash only 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.

CLICK HERE for our Year-To-Date Charts.

There were 31 more five-figure sales off the chart led by Stem.org, Vavi.com and YXZ.com, a trio of names that sold for $20,000 apiece at Domain Name Sales (Stem.org was the week's highest non .com gTLD sale). DNS added $17,000 each for Dazle.com and SexChair.com and chalked up $15,000 apiece for four others - ACOutlet..com, DumbAndDumber.com, FinallyFit.com and WholesalePets.com.

Also at DomainNameSales, Fruiti.com fetched $14,500, Bridg.com brought $12,000 and four others, CoinRoll.com, EasyHunt.com, HappyLiving.com and TrafficPlan.com plucked $10,000 each. DNS also joined forces with DomainHoldings to sell Ampu.com for $17,000

Sedo's hit list continued with DXMall.com ($19,000), Grippe.de ($18,813) and NeoWin.com ($15,000). Cloud.at added $14,960, Bistrot.fr drew $13,600 and BoxNotes.com bagged $10,880. MKI.com commanded $10,744, Aliced.com allowed $10,200 and two others - Borrower.com and Cloud.to took in $10,000 apiece.

Elsewhere NameJet notched $19,100 for Onions.com and $17,400 for CCMS.com while Afternic landed $12,000 for LtdEdition.com and $10,000 each for GlassLampshades.com and WickedSpirits.com.

.Com Supporting Cast

DomainNameSales led the .com supporting cast of four-figure sales with NannyCanada.com ($9,900), Wari.com ($9,800) and TenantWorld.com ($9,000). PhotographyMagazine.com clicked for $8,500 and two others - RedNatura.com and UsedHandicapVans.com - drew $8,000 each

DigitalIA.com, RealtyInfo.com and TrainerPro.com produced $7,000 apiece while MuzikMagazine.com drummed up $6,300. ArkansasSingles.com and MissouriSingles.com connected for $6,250 each while BallTech.com tacked on $6,200

DomainNameSales had 40 more four-figure .com sales ranging from $2,000 to $6,000 that are listed in the table below:

Additional DomainNameSales.com Sales Between $2,000 - $6,000
ABSculptor.com $6,000   CarbonFire.com $4,000
JobPark.com $6,000 CocoLane.com $3,500
LNRC.com $6,000 NewVacancy.com $3,450
SecureMailbox.com $6,000 jurojin.com $3,300
PhysioStore.com $5,800 AhCapital.com $3,000
StepBumpers.com $5,800 CheckRoom.com $3,000
HeelProtectors.com $5,534 CleanersLondon.com $3,000
KissCool.com $5,500 HealthBay.com $3,000
HelloLoans.com $5,250 REGSafe.com $3,000
NannyHub.com $5,100 StevenStein.com $3,000
CommonMedia.com $5,000 StoneSign.com $3,000
IndustrialCooling.com $5,000 TennisPartners.com $3,000
LeadAdvantage.com $5,000 shopforfood.com $2,800
MusicAra.com $5,000 USACoupons.com $2,700
Sherron.com $5,000 GreenAcorn.com $2,500
SororityJewelry.com $5,000 TownsendTeam.com $2,500
WirePullers.com $5,000 LingerieModeling.com $2,499
ALUPro.com $4,955 AlfaCom.com $2,000
OurLand.com $4,888 arcangel.com $2,000
CompassRock.com $4,500 jakesweeny.com $2,000

At Sedo Harmoney.com made $8,500 while three others - CondomKingdom.com, Locality.com and Prosip.com provided $8,000 each. Another trio, IceDrive.com, MilkLife.com and Q0.com captured $7,000 apiece.

HolisticSex.com attracted $6,536, Prokat.com corralled $6,500 and GNK.com kicked in $6,256. Technomak.com tallied $5,372, Lazeo.com landed $5,168 and Assurance-de-Credit.com collected $5,032.

Sedo had 36 more four-figure .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
bdsmcams.com $5,000   torrancedentist.com $3,000
europeangroup.com $5,000 keepingtrack.com $2,999
jwinc.com $5,000 accesstic.com $2,595
get3d.com $4,995 brilliantproject.com $2,595
maritimeservices.com $4,500 artrust.com $2,500
uxz.com $4,215 inneressence.com $2,500
elevati.com $4,000 xytoys.com $2,500
visitlaos.com $3,875 blastingnews.com $2,395
homeforhope.com $3,750 socialgym.com $2,250
cashremit.com $3,500 wouldu.com $2,250
gyra.com $3,500 stahlmoebel.com $2,244
20w.com $3,400 flyromania.com $2,095
tu-tu.com $3,400 mygoodeal.com $2,040
primenutrition.com $3,250 e-d.com $2,039
brandkings.com $3,200 indiellc.com $2,000
carabiner.com $3,000 pharosreizen.com $2,000
legionofboom.com $3,000 seekerx.com $2,000
maureenohara.com $3,000 verifytrack.com $2,000

At NameJet GoldPorn.com posted $8,450, GQU.com yielded $7,400 and Letto.com located $7,000. Taojingu.com cornered $6,004, TaxQuestions.com cost $5,999 and JNI.com cleared $5,701. 2038.com dialed up $5,210, 9492.com notched $4,769 and Fanda.com found $4,699.

Yinai.com deposited $4,607, Biolabs.com dispensed $4,550, 6552.com counted out $4,400 and BestBowling.com picked up $4,054

NameJet had 50 more four-figure .com sales ranging from $2,000 to $4,000 that are listed in the table below:

Additional NameJet.com Sales Between $2,000 - $4,000
phoneplan.com $4,000   sboc.com $2,700
pravda.com $4,000 contactenergy.com $2,610
mpri.com $3,950 utemountainute.com $2,603
dogmaster.com $3,900 countrygospel.com $2,601
f-a.com $3,836 getmydegree.com $2,600
basketballcourt.com $3,822 hsnc.com $2,600
zemex.com $3,789 gaku.com $2,544
virally.com $3,600 medicalrecruiter.com $2,450
vodio.com $3,600 powerhaus.com $2,402
starport.com $3,599 jushou.com $2,401
7471.com $3,588 6vv.com $2,305
electricmobility.com $3,550 hobbyists.com $2,301
starsky.com $3,550 22228.com $2,300
siltech.com $3,400 healthmatch.com $2,222
wingers.com $3,313 korean-war.com $2,211
birdpark.com $3,300 pornu.com $2,200
espeak.com $3,250 usmedical.com $2,200
creditcafe.com $3,209 5943.com $2,100
cabochon.com $3,157 hidheadlights.com $2,100
interactivechat.com $3,103 trackdown.com $2,090
albatravel.com $3,001 buyr.com $2,085
theberkshires.com $2,999 regencygroup.com $2,009
0487.com $2,900 wyun.com $2,001
architectura.com $2,800 5mn.com $2,000
bidchina.com $2,800 pinebarrens.com $2,000

At NoktaDomains GramAltin.com grossed $8,000, Hurdaci.com hauled in $6,700 and Hastaliklar.com conjured up $4,922. WaterBowl.com bottled $4,000, TheSunday.com secured $3,099 and RVParkReview.com returned $2,299. BrandMarker.com displayed $2,250 and 4GN.com doled out $2,000

Back at Afternic MySage.com managed $7,508 while Maroxx.com and OilTools.com detected $7,000 each. ColumbusCapital.com welcomed $6,500, Clangers.com clocked in at $6,488 and PureGain.com generated $6,000

ElectronicDocumentManagement.com and ITStaff.com earned $5,000 apiece while 5MO.com banked $4,999. HealingSchool.com handed out $4,988, K9Club.com levied $4,875 and Scarper.com scraped up $4,835

Afternic had 108 more four-figure .com sales ranging from $2,000 to $4,750 that are listed in the table below:

Additional Afternic .com Sales Between $2,000 - $4,750
myafcu.com $4,750   marsexperience.com $2,595
daretobelieve.com $4,488 advanceticketing.com $2,527
ourmoments.com $4,488 allmanagement.com $2,500
quiettech.com $4,488 caprockconsulting.com $2,500
planetinternet.com $4,388 findingabetterway.com $2,500
americanbeach.com $4,288 fluidpowertraining.com $2,500
iccorporation.com $4,288 ledetail.com $2,500
longvue.com $4,288 lisbonportugal.com $2,500
paywatch.com $4,200 medicalbuildings.com $2,500
controlyourfuture.com $4,188 puresmart.com $2,500
ipggroup.com $4,188 sciencesite.com $2,500
saninternational.com $4,188 shootmanagement.com $2,500
astronauta.com $4,100 mintlondon.com $2,495
speedsales.com $4,088 12stars.com $2,480
glasslampshade.com $4,000 aamoi.com $2,480
welab.com $3,988 thinkingbrain.com $2,471
yijt.com $3,988 shawarmatime.com $2,455
uniquesource.com $3,895 omegaconsult.com $2,397
bitsys.com $3,888 jyotiyoga.com $2,395
loanfreedom.com $3,888 vibrofloors.com $2,395
vacation1.com $3,888 onediary.com $2,390
yesp.com $3,888 gotophone.com $2,388
zenmedspa.com $3,788 liverandonions.com $2,388
searchguard.com $3,700 mrspain.com $2,355
mobileat.com $3,688 channelresources.com $2,350
virtualinventory.com $3,688 vardanyan.com $2,350
suroy.com $3,588 slapshots.com $2,300
newlove.com $3,500 illinoiscovered.com $2,299
openb2b.com $3,500 katoclinic.com $2,295
fishingdepot.com $3,495 reelmobile.com $2,295
emailpostcards.com $3,488 susanacanseco.com $2,195
cellab.com $3,300 timegarden.com $2,195
americanrealtypartners.com $3,288 vonkarman.com $2,195
tmlgroup.com $3,288 autoloft.com $2,100
ihrc.com $3,000 buyingsignals.com $2,088
protectivefilms.com $3,000 digitalmediahub.com $2,088
sleepmart.com $3,000 initialize.com $2,088
traders24.com $3,000 integratedimage.com $2,088
ordinator.com $2,999 tmdcorp.com $2,088
drivesales.com $2,988 8974.com $2,050
indiachat.com $2,900 northeastcommunications.com $2,050
whodunnit.com $2,900 allclinical.com $2,000
giftsquad.com $2,888 byforce.com $2,000
ourspecialty.com $2,888 conceptcorner.com $2,000
instantglass.com $2,800 conversationspace.com $2,000
longship.com $2,800 cookeverything.com $2,000
share911.com $2,750 fryburg.com $2,000
safelet.com $2,699 honeyplus.com $2,000
advancedpr.com $2,688 jasonkim.com $2,000
americanproduce.com $2,688 lakemitchell.com $2,000
dentistryforums.com $2,688 marsfestival.com $2,000
homespundesign.com $2,688 m-h-m.com $2,000
earthtools.com $2,600 vippower.com $2,000
friendsofjaclyn.com $2,595 vivalogic.com $2,000

Afternic also helped YummyNames sell BuildCosts.com for $9,477, TheBlackOrchid.com for $4,500 and Chimayo.com for $3,900.

 Country Codes

The ccTLDs had a banner week with the year's 2nd biggest sale in this category - Cruises.com.au at $103,400) and seven others that reached five figures. You saw all of those in the all extension section above so the biggest ccTLD sale you haven't seen yet is #9 on our latest weekly Country Code Top 20 Sales Chart - that is Blackjack-Music.de at $8,840 via Sedo. 

HotelDeal.co.uk rounded out the top ten with a $7,500 sale at NoktaDomains. Voove.com kicked off the second ten with the $6,762 sale of #11 Ansa.co.uk. Sedo, who piled up 12 of the 20 chart entries, sold #12 Huber.ch for $6,392.

Great Britain's .co.uk easily won the extension race with six chart entries. Germany's .de followed with three while Australia's .com.au, Tuvalu's .tv and France's .fr had two each. 

Here is how the country code leaders stacked up for the week ending Sunday, Oct. 6:

Country Code Top 20
 Highest Reported ccTLD  Sales: Mon. Sept. 30, 2013 - Sun. Oct. 6, 2013
Euro/Pound to Dollar Conversions (€/£ to $) is Based on Rates in Effect Oct. 9, 2013

  Domain

Sold For

Where Sold
1. Cruises.com.au 110,000 AUD = $103,400 dTrade
2. DailyDeals.co.uk $55,000 DomainNameSales
3. CBS.de €22,015 = $29,940 Sedo
4. Concert.tv $21,000 Domains90210
5. Grippe.de €13,833 = $18,813 Sedo
6. Cloud.at €11,000 = $14,960 Sedo
7. Bistrot.fr €10,000 = $13,600 Sedo
8. Cloud.to $10,000 Sedo
9. Blackjack-Music.de €6,500 = $8,840 Sedo
10. HotelDeal.co.uk $7,500 NoktaDomains

11. Ansa.co.uk £4,200 = $6,762 Voove
12. Huber.ch €4,700 = $6,392 Sedo
13. Wesley.ca $5,650 ExcellentDomains.ca
14.
tie
GoodGame.co.uk $5,500 Sedo
14.
tie
GoodGames.co.uk $5,500 Sedo
16. Skateboards.com.au 5,675 AUD = $5,334 NetFleet.com.au
17. RedWave.co.uk £3.000 = $4,830 DomainLore.co.uk
18.
tie
Esport.tv €3,500 = $4,760 Sedo
18.
tie
Mahjong.ro €3,500 = $4,760 Sedo
20. Garedelyon.fr €3,400 = $4,624 Sedo

CLICK HERE for our Year-To-Date Charts.

There were several dozen additional four-figure ccTLD sales off the chart led by Yachting.co.nz at $4,500 via DomainNameSales. They also moved BusinessPlan.ca ($3,800), MusicExpress.co.uk ($3,500), IRecycle.ca ($2,500) and NFL.co.nz ($1,200)

At Sedo Horseware.de and Scarabeo.it booked $4,080 each while GCN.co.uk contributed $4,023. Wroom.se rang up $3,900 and Pop.jp penciled in $3,200

Sedo had 38 more four-figure ccTLD sales ranging from $1,000 to $3,000 that are listed in the table below:

Additional Sedo ccTLD Sales Between $1,000 - $3,000
hostzilla.de $3,000   localize.de $1,360
livingstone.co.uk $3,000 markenexperte.de $1,360
shell.si $3,000 step3.de $1,360
dailydeals.pl $2,992 bet.to $1,359
neue-wege.de $2,856 syndicus.be $1,359
sprachen-berlin.de $2,717 szl.it $1,359
aupair.it $2,448 esquire.de $1,333
prosper.co.za $2,200 neue-fenster.de $1,292
sandy.es $2,000 nordax.dk $1,292
nhow.cn $1,999 meetings.co.uk $1,288
perspirex.cn $1,999 artificiel.fr $1,224
hotel-willingen.de $1,700 swissgastro.ch $1,156
vanil.la $1,600 puk.dk $1,088
singlereizen.be $1,462 regro.de $1,088
entertain.co.uk $1,449 tartas.es $1,054
datenschutzsoftware.de $1,360 blackbox.me $1,050
fahrschule-jena.de $1,360 alta.co $1,000
hoi.be $1,360 attitude.us $1,000
libanais.fr $1,360 graphic.me $1,000

NoktaDomains sold TheCollection.co.uk for $4,000 and added $1,500 for AccountingFirms.co.uk. SnowGear.co.uk buttoned up $1,450 and HomeManagement.co.uk crested at $1,390. NoktaDomains also used DomainNameSales to move SoftCodes.co.uk for $2,500.  

At DomainLore.co.uk Path.co.uk found $3,809, ChildsPlay.co.uk chalked up $1,932, Mosquito.co.uk swatted $1,288 and JHP.co.uk drew $1,003.

NetFleet.com.au sold Sorrento.com.au ($3,140), CarInsuranceCompare.com.au ($2,631) and PortSea.com.au ($2,528). JSD.com.au added $1,163, Hummingbird.com.au yielded $1,101, POS.net.au pulled $1,075 and Transcript.com.au dispatched $1,012

Eslewhere Afternic sold MBA.pw for $1,000 and LeadGenerators.co.za sold Tent.co.za for $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

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

The non .com gTLDs were led by the lone five-figure sale in this category - Stem.org at $20,000 via DomainNameSales. The runner up spot on our latest weekly .Non .Com gTLD Top 20 Sales Chart went to PuzzleGames.net, a name that changed hands for $9,800 at Afternic. 

Rounding out the first five are #3 EII.net ($7,500 at DomainNameSales), AFHH.org ($6,611 at NameJet) and #5 Epargne.net ($6,120 at Sedo).  

The .nets easily won the extension race, taking 12 of the 22 chart entries (the extra positions resulted from a three-way tie for the final spot). .Org claimed eight places, leaving one each for .info and .biz.

Here's how all of the Non .Com gTLD leaders stacked up for the week ending Sunday, Oct. 6:

Non .Com gTLDs Top 20
 Highest Reported Non .Com Global TLD Sales 
(.Net, .Org, .Biz & .Info) Mon. Sept. 30, 2013 - Sun. Oct. 6, 2013
Euro/Pound to Dollar Conversions (€/£ to $) is Based on Rates in Effect Oct. 9, 2013

  Domain

Sold For

Where Sold
1. Stem.org $20,000 DomainNameSales
2. PuzzleGames.net $9,800 Afternic
3. EII.net $7,500 DomainNameSales
4. AFHH.org $6,611 NameJet
5 Epargne.net €4,500 = $6,120 Sedo
6. InnovateOnline.info $5,100 NameJet
7. NewAmerica.org $5,000 DomainNameSales
8.
tie
Gym.biz $4,900 YummyNames/Afternic
8.
tie
ZES.net $4,900 YummyNames/Afternic
10. Desc.net $4,750 Afternic

11. Pride.org $4,688 NameJet
12. FinancialAccounting.org $4,500 DomainNameSales
13. VPNS.net $4,188 Afternic
14. SRK.org £2,500 = $4,025 Sedo
15. CannabisSeeds.net $4,000 DomainNameSales
16. Lens.net $3,655 NameJet
17. Celia.org $3,300 Afternic
18. Creativ.net $3,250 Sedo
19. RainbowGrocery.org $2,647 NameJet
20.
tie
DiscountNutrition.net $2,588 Afternic
20.
tie
JustInCase.net $2,588 Afternic
20.
tie
SafeZone.net $2,588 Afternic

CLICK HERE for our Year-To-Date Charts.

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There were several dozen more four-figure non .com gTLD sales off the chart led by NameJet's $2,540 sale of Scent.org. They also moved Iris.net and Sesqui.net for $2,000 each

DomainNameSales sold Torn.net ($2,500), Seekers.org ($2,000), USAGolf.org ($1,500) and BritishHistory.net ($1,000)

Afternic scored with GeorgiaILP.org at $2,380, CCAV.org at $2,094 and PlayBar.net at $2,088. Afternic had 18 more four-figure non .com gTLD sales ranging from $1,000 to $1,990 that are listed in the table below:

Additional Afternic Non .com gTLD Sales Between $1,000 - $1,990
bcig.org $1,990   fairholmefoundation.org $1,477
changeforce.org $1,971 thinkaboutit.net $1,357
mossa.net $1,888 mycr.net $1,299
traveltech.org $1,888 findus.org $1,200
esquare.net $1,820 weldingmachine.net $1,188
techcare.net $1,688 artyom.net $1,000
easybuy.net $1,682 beautymedical.net $1,000
auburn.net $1,500 econa.net $1,000
healthwiki.org $1,500 projectrecovery.org $1,000

Back at Sedo Amortization.org brought $2,250 while Accessible.net and ScoliosisTreatment.org went for $2,000 apiece. Sophisticated.net sold for $1,740 while ICF.info and Mountain.travel each trekked to a $1,500 payday. Dalkia.org drew $1,360, Alarmes.net nabbed $1,020 and How-to-Draw.net earned $1,000

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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