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January 18, 2020 04:15

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Why did sell for so little?

Last week I wrote an article about selling for a lot less than I thought it would have, and today I found out that sold for just $150k. While of course I’m happy for the buyer and seller, I’m officially confused. This year sold for $1.2M, for $900,000, and for […]

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Looking back on past domain sales that are now active sites

I’ve always found it interesting to take a look at what happens to a domain name after you sell it. In some cases I’ve found domains that I’ve sold lay dormant for years after the sale, in other cases I’ve seen a site go up in a matter of days. Tonight I was going through […]

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What I learned from looking at inbound offers on my domains earlier this year

Below is a screenshot of the inbound offers I received on my domains parked at for the month of May. I currently have my domains parked between, Efty and Afternic. As most of my readers know, I don’t make millions with domain names, instead I sell between 0 – 2 domains a month. […]

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.TOP is the #1 new gTLD when it comes to registrations…but does that make it the least valuable?

In case you haven’t been following along, .XYZ was the most-registered new gTLD for quite a while there until .TOP came and overtook them, now .LOAN is coming close to taking the #2 spot. Here’s the top five new gTLDs based on registrations according to nTLD stats: (Source – As you can see .TOP, […]

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How did a four-word .COM sell for $100,000?

I have to say I was pretty impressed with Uniregistry’s latest list of sales, with close to $30M in domain sales already this year it’s fair to say Uniregistry Market is on fire. A lot of the sales made perfect sense, one-word .COMs like or selling for six-figures is pretty darn normal. But […]

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How to link your Domain Name Sales account to the Uniregistry Market

I’ve been using Domain Name Sales for years and with the release of Uniregistry Market somehow I missed the fact that you can actually connect the two. I stumbled across this when I was looking at Uniregistry’s You Tube channel and found a video walking users through the process. Here’s the video: It’s a pretty […]

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Uniregistry lays out its presentation schedule for NamesCon 2017

The Uniregistry / Domain Name Sales  team will be attending NamesCon 2017 in Las Vegas, and they would like to speak to other participants. You can now set up an appointment, and with an estimated 1,400 attendees it looks like it’ll be a busy domain conference. What is the presentation schedule for Uniregistry during NamesCon? […]

Read more Acquires has acquired yet another great domain name; The domain name just updated yesterday to show as the new owner. The domain was previously owned under privacy at the brand protection company and domain name registrar Safenames which is also the company that uses. According to the last time they […]

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Rick Schwartz Sells

Rick Schwartz has sold the three number .Com domain name for an undisclosed price. Although the price was not disclosed Rick did tell that the “sale is several times larger than the largest current sale of the year.” According to, the top sale of 2016, as of publication is which sold […]

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Namejet – Enom Security Issue Discovered – A Domain Can Leave An Account Without A Trace

While selling a domain name at the NamesCon/RightOfTheDot/Namejet auction I discovered a big security flaw at Enom. But let’s start from the begginning… I submitted my first domain name in a NamesCon auction this year. It was a 3 letter .org that didn’t go into the live auction. In the silent auction it sold (not […]

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