Kiwi.com became the second monster domain sale for March, selling for $800,000 through Uniregistry/DomainNameSales, to top the Domain Name Journal chart of domain sales for the week ending 13 March. To date in 2016 itâs only been bested by tp.com which sold for $929,000 through NameJet.
Coming in second for the week was circa.com, selling for $150,000 while pferde.net, which translates as âhorsesâ, came in third with both sales being brokered by Sedo.
Overall Sedo had a good week on the chart with 15 of the top 20 sales after zero sales on the chart in the previous week. On the TLD side of things there were 12 .com sales, two for .net and .de and one each for .co.uk, .co, .works and .fr.
To check out the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the week ending 13 March in more detail, go to:
The six figure domain name sales took a week off last week, but came back in the week ending 14 February with magenta.com selling for $100,000 through DomainNameSales to top the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales.
The sale easily eclipsed the next sales â creature.com and pedal.com â selling for $35,000 and $25,000 respectively through Flippa.
Sedo had 13 sales in the top 21 â a tie for 20th place â while Flippa accounted for four sales. On the TLD side of things, there were 15 .com sales and one each for .net, .cn, .nl, .co.uk and .org.
To check out the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the week ending 14 February, go to:
A pair of six-figure domain sales topped the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the week ending 22 March, with currencyconverter.com topping the chart, selling for $150,000 through DomainNameSales while vvv.com came in second, selling for $136,400 through NameJet.
But it was a long way to third, with escapeartists.com selling for $60,000, also through DomainNameSales.
Sedo had a good week in numbers with 16 of the top 21 sales (there was a tie for 20th place). And on the TLD side of things there was another 16, with 16 .com sales and one each for .ae, .se, .de, .ch and .co.
To check out the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the week ending 22 March, go to:
Domain Name Journal has reported its largest sales list ever, but due to DomainNameSales releasing sales for eight months, with over 1,500 sales in the weekly list.
The result meant DomainNameSales took out 21 of the top 22 reported sales for the week ending 8 February, including 15 six-figure sales. The only non-DomainNameSales sale on the list was a Sedo sale â response.com â which tied for eighth place selling for $150,000.
Taking out the top place on the chart was rangers.com, selling for $375,000 followed by werk.com ($250,000) and erectiledysfunction.com ($241,000).
And on the TLD side of things, there were 21 .com sales and one .org sale on the chart.
To check out the Domain Name Journal list of top reported sales for the week ending 8 February, go to:
A trio of six-figure domain name sales topped the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the week ending 13 April, with gab.com topping the list, selling for $200,002 in a sale brokered by Sedo.
Coming in a very close second was youpay.com, selling for $200,000 through MostWantedDomains while sat.cn came in third, selling for CNY680,000 ($108,800) in a private sale. And in another significant sale, blow.com sold for $80,000 through DomainNameSales.
Overall Sedo brokered the sale of 11 of the top 21 (there was a three-way tie for 19th place) while GoDaddy/Afternic had five sales and CityAdvertising two.
On the TLD side of things, there were 16 .com sales and one each for .cn, .ca, .co, .co.uk and .de.
To check out the Domain Name Journal list of top reported sales for the week ending 13 April in more detail, see:
KK.com creamed the competition in the Domain Name Journal weekly sales chart for the week ending 10 November, selling for $2,400,000 through Moniker/SnapNames to easily eclipse the next biggest sale that would normally have topped the charts, ride.com, which sold for $325,000 through DomainNameSales.
Third place was taken by lsn.com, selling for $100,000 through Moniker/SnapNames.
The sale of kk.com was the yearâs second biggest to date, being topped by ig.com, which sold for $4,700,000 in September.
DomainNameSales had a hand in eight sales for the week, two of which were in conjunction with GoDaddy/Afternic, who had another two sales on their own. Sedo was responsible for five sales, while Moniker/SnapNames was responsible for three.
On the TLD side of things, .com took out the top 15 positions and 19 of the top 20, while the one remaining domain was a .me.
To check out the weekly chart of top reported sales in more detail for the week ending 10 November, go to: dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2013/20131120.htm.
Kosher.com proved a handy earner, selling for $200,000 through WebsiteProperties, to top the âweeklyâ Domain Name Journal sales chart for the fortnight ending 27 October.
Second and third was shen.com and tangerine.com, selling for $125,000 and $100,00 through FindYourDomain and Castello Brothers respectively.
The sales chart included 43 domains given it covered a fortnight and there was a five-way tie for 39th position.
DomainNameSales had a bumper week being involved in 20 sales including one with Sedo and another with GoDaddy/Afternic. Sedo was responsible for another 13 sales andGoDaddy/Afternic another five.
And as usual there were more .com sales than any other TLD with 34, while there were three .net sales, two for .org, and one each for .de, .ca, .co.uk and .info.
To check out the Domain Name Journal list of top reported sales for the fortnight ending 27 October, go to: dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2013/20131106.htm.
A trio of six-figure sales topped by datacenters.com, which sold for $190,000 through DomainNameSales, topped the weekly chart for the week ending 6 October.
Coming in second was waitress.com, selling for $168,000, again through DomainNameSales, while third was the year-to-dateâs second-largest ccTLD sale with cruises.com.au selling for A$110,000 ($103,400) through dtrade.
DomainNameSales had a cracking week on the chart, accounting for eight of the top ten sales and 12 of the top 20, with one being in conjunction with DomainHoldings. There were also two sales each for Sedo, one of their quietest ever weeks on the chart, and Afternic.
On the TLD side of things, there were 16 .com sales and one each for .com.au, .co.uk, .de and .tv.
To check out the Domain Name Journal list of top reported sales for the week ending 6 October, go to dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2013/20131016.htm.
The year-to-dateâs biggest reported domain name sale was finalised in the fortnight to 8 September, with ig.com selling for a massive $4.7 million in a sale brokered by Igloo and Marcus Kocak according to Domain Name Journalâs list of weekly (but this week itâs a fortnight) sales. The sale is more than double the yearâs second biggest sale, 114.com, which sold for $2.1m in July. They are the only two reported seven-figure sales so far in 2013.
The sale makes every other seem inconsequential, but taking out second place for the week was 3C.com which sold for a modest but still very attractive $140,000 through SuccessClick and Domain Guardians, while dumpsters.com came third, selling for $110,000 through DNBiz while another six-figure sale came in fourth with deco.com selling for $100,000 through Sedo.
Overall Sedo took out eight of the top 40 sales for the fortnight, Afternic seven including one in conjunction with their new owner GoDaddy Auctions who were responsible for another three sales. But DomainNameSales was responsible for the most sales in a week with a wide range of marketplaces with ten sales.
On the TLD side, .com took out the first 16 sales and 35 of the top 40, while there were two .net sales on the chart and one each for .tv, .org and .com.au.
To check out the list of top reported sales for the fortnight to 8 September compiled by Domain Name Journal, go to:
Russiangirls.com brought a six-figure smile to someone, selling for a very handy $120,000 through DomainNameSales, to top the weekly Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the week ending 18 August.
The sale was one of a trio that topped the chart for DomainNameSales, with mbusiness.com and tyme.com coming in second and third selling for $45,000 and $40,000 respectively.
Overall DomainNameSales had nine of the top 20 sales for the week, Sedo five and Afternic four.
On the TLDs, there were 18 .com sales and one each for .ca and .ru.
To check out the list of top reported sales compiled by Domain Name Journal for the week ending 18 August, go to: