EYNV.com has moved from 99 cents to $224.50 and 17 bidders on eBay. There are four days left on the auction, so if you’re interested in bidding on this great 4-letter dot com domain, go to our auction now. The auction closes on Monday, April 4 at 11 pm.
This domain is very brandable and would make a great domain for a Nevada eye doctor, or any company name with the acronym eynv.com.
For the domainers that may be reading this blog post, most of the 151 page views are coming from Asia, which is no surprise given the number of Chinese investors collecting 4-letter dot com’s.
In the first 6 days of the auction the domain has had 151 page views and, as noted earlier, 17 bidders.
I found the recent sale of 67Q.com very interesting, because it proves the shortage of 3-letter domain names is now resulting in significant sales prices for character/number domain combinations in the 3-letter LLL dot com category. Honestly, I feel domains in this category are worth even more, and was surprised that this domain name didn’t go even higher. Whoever purchased it picked up a good domain name at a great value.
That said, I should note that my interest in this domain name is also personal and that my feelings can be classified as bias, as I happen to own a very similar domain name, 65Q.com. Not a month goes by that I don’t receive one or more unsolicited offers for 65Q.com.
What I do know is that I would not part with 65Q.com for $3,411. The sale of 67Q.com for this amount is yet another example of what can go wrong if you set your reserve price too low on a short-period domain name auction.
The recent sale of Microcube.com on Sedo.com is a perfect example of where the seller was able to find the “right” buyer for his or her domain. What do we mean by this? Ask yourself, “Would I pay this much for MIcrocube.com?” Chances are you might not be willing to pay over $100 for this domain. After all, there are numerous two-word domain names available for far less money.
However, if the name of your business or product was Microcube.com you would pay far more, right? And that’s apparently what must be going on behind the scenes with the high sales price the owner of Microcube.com was able to fetch for this memorable and brandable domain name.
If you’re interested in a great 4-letter domain name, check out our eBay auction for EYNV.com. After only 4 days on eBay we already have 13 bidders and the price has escalated from 99 cents to $203.50. This is still far below the value of a 4-letter LLLL dot com domain name.
Our auction provides a great opportunity for you to get a short and easy to remember 4-letter dot com domain name for your business or domain portfolio. With the letters “NV” in the name it would be a great domain name for a Nevada business. For example, a Nevada eye surgeon, eye doctor, optometrist, etc. could have a short and snappy domain name that would be very brandable.
Ripley.com was recently sold on DomainNameSales.com for $78,000. The domain was sold by domain name investor and legend Gary Chernoff. He also received a reported $69,500 for the sale of Callisto.com on domain auction Sedo.com.
Also doing quite well in recent domain name sales was the domain namke LIK.com, which sold for a reported $65,000 on Sedo. Sedo also racked up another high end sale with the selling of Reconnect.com for $45,000.
To demonstrate the value of .co domain sales one only has to look as far as the recent sale of commodity.co for a reported $20,000.