Friday , February 3 2023

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A look at GoDaddy reported sales data 2022 vs 2021

When you decide to look at the macro picture of recorded domain name sales on Namebio, GoDaddy has far more sales recorded than any other venue. These are mostly wholesale prices based off expired auctions. Now what’s interesting is that for a part of 2021 GoDaddy was actually reporting retail …

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What a difference a decade makes for PartyPooper.com

Back in 2013 PartyPooper.com went for just $305 at NameJet. What a difference a decade makes. The domain name expired and closed at GoDaddy auctions on Wednesday at $5,877. There is a developed website at Party-Pooper.com a Utah based waste management company. No activity on the domain name according to …

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$69,888 buyer of Conduit.xyz revealed

Back in December of last year, Swetha posted an impressive sale. Conduit.xyz sold for $69,888. At the time I mentioned the name was first owned by a William Waltz and Conduit, Inc. Then Swetha owned it and she let it drop only to reacquire it. The domain name was not …

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Pharmacia.com left to drop by Pfizer closes at $18k

Pharmacia was a Swedish pharma and biotech company that merged with Upjohn back in the mid nineties. According to Wikipedia, The company is named after the Greek word φαρμακεία, transliterated pharmakeia, which means ‘sorcery’. In 2002 Pfizer bought Pharmacia for $60 billion. The domain name Pharmacia.com was finally left to …

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Braden Pollock sells StoneAge.com for $120,200

Braden Pollock cranked another one out of the park with a $120,200 sale of StoneAge.com. Registered in 1995 with one prior drop. According to DotDB.com StoneAge is registered in 104 extensions. StoneAge.net redirects to CarnegieStone.com. The .org and .co are listed for sale. Congrats to Braden The post Braden Pollock …

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An analysis of European online shops and their domain names

Simone over at InternetX.com (an advertiser here) took a deep dive into the European ecommerce market. Analyzing domain choices around the continent. The importance of domains for online shops Domain names play a crucial role in creating and developing online businesses. First, from a technical point of view, they allow …

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Sports.gg buyer has very ambitious plans

Back on Halloween of last year, Logan Flatt and his Media Code LLC posted the highest reported .gg domain name sale of all time. Sports.gg sold for $96,000. Flatt told Andrew over at DNW.com that he acquired the domain name for less than $1K on DNWE.com. The website that’s now …

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Squadhelp updates commission terms

GoDaddy is streamlining commissions across all their properties. That news certainly riled up many investors as Namepros has a very long thread with many members chiming in. Squadhelp announced a change to their commissions that sell through Afternic. Starting February 1st, we will be reducing the commission for premium approved …

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Interview with Kristaps Ronka – CEO NameSilo

I had a talk with Kristaps Ronka the CEO of NameSilo (NameSilo is an advertiser here at TLDinvestors.com). Kristaps shares his thoughts on the coming year, NameSilo products and much more Q1) It was almost one year ago when you decided not to sell the company. Do you feel good …

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