Escrow.com is one of the leading providers of escrow services online. They provide several advantages for people who choose to use it to transact business. Whether it is digital products or domain names and websites, Escrow.com can ensure that buyers and sellers are equally protected and that any disputes are dealt with the utmost concern. Escrow.com verifies that the funds sent by the buyer are kept in a secure trust escrow account for the seller. The seller then transfers [...]
Domain Value and the Art of the Deal I can’t tell you how many times someone has told me that my asking price or domain value is too high because of the size of their business or because of their plans for the domain name. It boggles my mind when some people then become rude simply because the price and value of the domain name is beyond their budget. I get a lot of inquiries on my domains for sale that [...]
COCK .COM was purchased for $93,000 on 2016-08-09 at NameJet. NameBio also shows 201 sales that day totaling over $210,000 with an average sale price of $1,049. If you compare that to the previous day you’ll see an increase of 12% in the number of sales while the total dollar amount increased by 97%. Sedo also pulled in some nice sales Paby.com – $16,000 Alameda.cl – $4,500 DigitalMarketingMastery.com – $4,000 JYJC.com – $3,200 Vectrix.com – $3,001
Six Figure Domain Sales By James Iles, Six figure domain sales are rare occurrences, but in the last couple of weeks, we’ve had reports of several high value sales from Uniregistry, China and a prolific .CO.UK buyer. Over the weekend, reports surfaced on Twitter of another high six figure sale, that was sold to a Chinese investor. The domain in question is the valuable three-letter NET.COM. The discovery of this sale is down to George Kirikos, an investor and President of Leap [...]
Domain name sales prices are back on the move with some really big numbers from Uniregistry, Sedo, GetYourDomain along with a couple of private sales. The especially interesting thing that in this weeks report is that Uniregistry has the very big presence we expected but the five biggest sales came from five other places. This is a sign that things are going well on many fronts in the domain name sales aftermarket. – Check out the full report at DN Journal.