Dot Com Domain Names Fetching Great Prices

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.

Financial Aid or Financial Aide? Both are Worth a Lot of Money

Moniker just completed its live auction at T.R.A.F.F.I.C. New York and the top two domain names to sell were FinancialAid.com for $480,000 and FinancialAide.com for $320,000.  Wow!  That’s a lot of jack for someone looking to score big in the financial aid business.  But who could forget that name in the year of the bailout? 

Financial aid?  We all need it, especially the 4 million who’s houses have been foreclosed on this year.  But these two domain name auctions where not the only ones to score big last week.

Sedo made news on 3 domain names.  Riva.com sold for $200,000.  Help me out on that one.  I think this one had to have swept up by Riva Motorsports.  Casas.net (Spanish for house), sold for 87,000 Euros, or almost $121,000 and the third domain Sedo auction was 25.com (a 2-number dot com) that sold for $124, 555.55.  An odd number indeed.

ClickFree.com Sells for $20,000

ClickFree.com, a very brandable Internet domain name, sold for $20,000 on Sedo.com.  And much to everyone’s surprise, the 3-letter dot com domain name, Rid.com, sold on Sedo for only $16,000. Other surprises included Hunted.com which sold for only $2,050. 

While Hunted.com caught everyone by surprise on the low side, ebuddy.mobi went for $5,000.  Go figure?  Think that’s crazy, how about 3min.com selling for 4,500 Euros.  They one really has me buffaloed.  Can’t wait to see how they plan to use the domain name. 

What’s next on the horizon?  Well, you can look forward to seeing what Transfers.com goes for on Sedo.  Currently its at $16,000 (1 bid only) and has 1 day and 10 hours left on a 7-day auction. 

On the 3-letter front, KQP.com is currently at $4,600 with 7 bids and only 10 hours left to before closing.  SVI.com is standing at $2,050 with 2 bids and 3 days, 16 hours to go.  The most popular auction on Sedo.com is iMissed.com with 15 bidders.  However, top bid is sitting at $510 dollars.  Bidding on iMissed.com closes in 25 hours. 

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.

Blonde.com Topped by Sale of Deals.de

Blonde.com sold a week a week ago for $99,000 and Track.com, another one-word domain name sold for $92,000, only to be outdone by the sale of Deals.de in a private sale that brought the seller €65,640 Euros.  At today’s exchange rate that amounts to $103,625 U.S. dollars.  These three domain name sales amounted to the highest sales prices we were able to track down for sales during the third week of June. 

Another .de (German) domain name, Nepal.de, sold for €38,000 Euros, or approximately $59,000 U.S. dollars.  Interesting sales of one-word domains with other extensions included Baseball.us, which sold for $25,000 on Sedo, Income.ca (a Canadian domain name), which sold for $26.242 at MyID.ca. 

Other at Moniker.com we saw Closings.com sell for $25,000.  But the real winners at Moniket was the sale of Track.com mentioned heretofore for $92,000, and our favorite, ComputerParts.com, which sold for $80,000. 

In the area of 2 and 3-letter domains we saw CV.ca sell at MyID.ca for $54,977 and NWN.com sell at Sedo.com for $22,500.  One that puzzled us until we looked up the name, was the sale of Alpari.com for $65,000 on Sedo.com.  We did did some research and found a very popular Forex Trading software program that went by the same name and heretofore did not own the dot com version.  We can only assume that they were the lucky buyer of this domain name.