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What domains BMW and other end users bought last week

BMW, a gaming company, and a deals site bought domain names over the past week. It was a frustrating week to uncover end user domain name sales at Sedo because many of the buyers are using Whois privacy. Still, I was able to figure out the (likely) buyer of WomenInc.com at $25,000 after sleuthing around. […]

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Seven with Sedo : GreatDomains and time to become a Cowboy.com

Sponsor: Sedo* GreatDomains is a week-long domain auction by Sedo, from September 21-28, featuring a hand-curated selection of domain names. It’s quality versus quantity, and Sedo is auctioning off 27 domains that should appeal to all tastes and locations. There are single letter domains in that lot, LLL .com domains, and there’s the big honcho, […]

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Sedo weekly sales led by WomenInc.com

Sedo released their weekly sales and WomenInc.com was the top sale at $25,000. ShoppingCarts.com sold for $12,000. WPHQ.com sold for $8,000 I read it immediately as WordPress Headquarters. Currently it’s just a wordpress blog with the Hello World test post. 41 .com names sold this week, a little light, there were only 11 cctld sales […]

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Sedo weekly sales led by WMP.com

Sedo released their weekly sales and WMP.com was the top sale at $275,000. Sedo posted 8 five figure .com sales. Vant.com sold for 50,000 Euros and Resolution.com sold for $50,000. .Org ruled the roost in other gtld sales. CB.org sold for $28,000 to lead the way. GoodPoop.com sold for $4,988, development should be interesting. No […]

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Domain aftermarket update – DNW Podcast #151

Sedo’s CSO provides data to back up recent sales trends. This week we talk with Matthias Meyer-Schönherr, the Chief Sales Officer of Sedo. Matthias comes armed with data to discuss sales trends including .ai and .io domain names. He also talks about options for selling domains and the best way to sell domains in today’s […]

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More end user domain name sales

A law firm, lottery company and other end users bought domain names last week. My list of end user domain name sales from Sedo over the past week is short. Many domains that seem like end user buys have Whois privacy and aren’t resolving to a website yet, so it’s difficult to categorize them as […]

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Sedo weekly sales led by ipb.com

Sedo released their weekly sales and ipb.com topped the list at $36,600. rechnung24.de sold for 18,000 Euros ($21,167) and 7306.com sold for $19,500 to come in third. Cloud.Market sold for 9,000 Euros. Solid week for .co which had 3 sales, the highest being KPI.co at $6,999. The Indian extension put up 2 sales, Apartment.in sold […]

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GreatDomains auction : Get on the Sedo tour bus

Sponsor: Sedo* GreatDomains is a week-long domain auction by Sedo, and once again it’s a carefully hand-cured selection of domains. Instead of throwing out quantity, Sedo is auctioning off 25 domains that appeal to all tastes and locales. There are LLL .com domains, single character .AT domains popular with Austrians and global entrepreneurs alike, and […]

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19 end user domain sales including a .AI for $45,000

Several end users bought .ai domains this past week. It was a good week for end user domain name sales at Sedo. The top sale, EnergyOutlet.com for $47,000, is still in escrow but the second place sale was a pricey .ai domain name: Human.ai. Human.ai wasn’t the only .ai domain to sell to an end […]

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Sedo weekly sales led by EnergyOutlet.com

Sedo reported their weekly sales and EnergyOutlet.com just edged out Human.Ai for the top spot. EnergyOutlet.com sold for $47,000 while Human.AI sold for $45,000. Labs related names have been popular over the last few years and SkunkLabs.com hit it out of the park at $19,888. Mike Mann was the seller of the name. Air.one sold […]

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