Printer.com Sells for $800,000 in Private Sale

Two powerhouse domains sold in the past week. Printer.com sold for $800,000 in a private sale, while Affiliate.com sold for a whopping $579,000 on Moniker. Both domain names have the potential to become e-commerce powerhouses. It’s rather obvious that Printer.com will sell printing services online, a huge market with lots of upside potential.

Affiliate.com could either be used by an affiliate software or affiliate program management company, competing against the likes of a Commission Junction, for example. Or, Affliliate viagra coupon free.com could be used as a giant web portal that matches potential affiliates with companies having their own affliate program. If they go this route they will more than likely end up pushing work from home Internet entrepreneurs that have ruled this segment of the affiliate business for a long time.

In a time-sensitive sale of a domain related to the upcoming presidential election, the domain name Electoral.com sold for $8,700 on Sedo. It seems like a rather disappointing sales price for a single dictionary word domain name, but when you think of how infrequent the subject comes into play and how difficult it would be to monetize this domain name, perhaps not.

Lastly, the 2-letter domain name OD.com sold on Sedo.com for $220,000, while Weddings.org was sold in a private sale for $34,500.

BedandBath.com Goes for $50,000

Sedo.com has completed the sale of BedandBath.com for $50,000. Although the domain is composed of 3 words, it is a popular saying and used frequently in the retail trade. Given that, I think it will prove to be a bargain for the buyer.

Of interest to those that track the sale 2-letter domains, Sedo is also handling the auction of ud.com and yb.com. UD.com is currently standing at $60,000 with 1 day and 8 hours left on the 7-day auction. YB.com is currently standing at $55,000. I expect both domain names to be sold at a much higher price.

I’m not too big on .net domain names. But currently there’s a bargain one being sold on Sedo. I’m speaking of the auction of China.net — which after 6 days and 19 hours only sits at $500. This one will more than likey be a steal for anyone that gets it.

The surprising sale of the week has to be DangerousPictures.com, which went for $5,000.

Looking through my own cache of domain names today I discovered a few I forgot I had that may be of interest to some of you. They are: YourRecommendation.com, ComplaintFiles.com and Astounding.info. If you have an interest in making a bid — send me an email.