In a big quarter million dollar sale, babygames.com topped the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the fortnight to 18 September in a sale brokered by NoktaDomains.
It easily eclipsed the next biggest sale, spices.com, which itself sold for a very nice $95,000 through VIP Brokerage, and would have topped the chart in many weeks while wlf.com sold for $35,000 through Sedo to come third.
The chart was made up of 24 sales with a five-way tie for twentieth place. There were 19 .com sales, two for .global and one each for .ch, .co and .pt. In the aftermarket there 11 sales through Sedo, six through NoktaDomains and two through the .Global Registry.
To check out the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales for the week ending 18 September in more detail, go to:
One week saw the ninth seven figure sale of the year with power.com selling for $1.261 million, the next week saw a new gTLD domain world.estate top the charts in a $35,000 sale brokered by NoktaDomains, according to the latest Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales.
Coming in second third, in sales brokered by Sedo, was bohai.com and 000000.com selling for $29,022 and $28,500 respectively.
In the top 20 reported sales, ten were brokered by Sedo while eight were by NoktaDomains. And in addition to the .estate sale, there were 13 .com sales and one each for .co.com, .de, .tv, .me, .cruises, .in and .net.
To check out the list of top reported sales in full for the week ending 16 November, go to:
Blacklist.com sold for a very handy $85,000 to be the biggest reported sale in the week ending 30 March in a private sale, according to the Domain Name Journal list of top reported sales.
Coming in second was like.it, selling for â¬55,000 ($75,900) through Nidoma while arwin.com came in third selling for $60,000 through DomainMarket/Sedo. There was also a fourth sale to top the $50,000 mark, with iacademy.com selling for $55,000 through GoDaddy/Afternic.
On the TLD side of things, .com was dominant, taking out 17 of the top 20 sales while there were two .it sales and one .de sale.
On the sales outlet, Sedo had a hand in seven of the top 20 sales, but they were beaten by GoDaddy/Afternic with eight sales including one sale they shared. NoktaDomains and Nidoma had two sales each.
To check out the Domain Name Journal list of top reported sales for the week ending 30 March in more detail, go to dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2014/20140409.htm.
Itâs as if the Christmas and new year holidays came early and the domain name aftermarket went on holidays. For the week ending 1 December, the top selling domain name on Domain Name Journalâs chart of top reported sales was RentByOwner.com, which sold for a seemingly paltry $29,000 compared to the six figure sales topping the chart in recent weeks.
Coming in second and third was ojr.org and batterie.fr, which sold for $19,100 and â¬14,000 ($19,040) through NameJet and Sedo respectively.
Sedo took out ten of the top 20 sales for the week, while NameJet and NoktaDomains took out four each.
On the TLD front, there were 12 .com sales, two for .org and one each for .fr, .co.uk, .nl, .com.mx, .mx and .me.
To check out the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported domain name sales for the week ending 1 December in full, go to dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2013/20131211.htm.
For the seventh week in a row a six-figure domain name sale has topped the Domain Name Journal chart of top reported sales. Mathgames.com sold for $725,000 in a privately brokered sale to top the chart in the week ending 4 August.
It was a long way down for the next sale, with flight.ca almost breaking the six figure mark, selling for $99,000 in a sale brokered by Go Daddy Auctions while ed.co came in third, selling for $50,000 in a sale also brokered by Go Daddy Auctions.
It was a good week for Go Daddy Auctions who brokered seven of the sales in the top 20, but they were topped by Sedo with eight sales, which included one sale in conjunction with MostWantedDomains. There were two private sales and two for NoktaDomains.
It was a good week for .com sales, with 15 of the top 20, two for .co.uk and one each for .ca, .co and .org.
To check out the Domain Name Journal list of top reported sales for the week ending 4 August, go to:
For the sixth week in a row, a six-figure domain name sale topped the Domain Name Journal list of top reported sales for the week ending 5 May.
Top of the chart was Moms.com, one of a trio of six-figure domains at the top of the chart, sold for $252,000 through Sedo.
Coming in second was Fotograf.de, which sold for â¬89,250 ($117,810), also through Sedo, followed by Radius.com, which sold for $100,000 through DomainAgents.
Overall Sedo had 11 sales on the top 20 chart, while Nokta Domains had four sales and Afternic three.
On the TLD side of things, there were 13 .com sales, two .de sales and one each for .in, .net, .at, .ca and .cn.
To check out the Domain Name Journal list of top reported sales for the week ending 5 May, go to:
The domain name aftermarket got a little interesting with two six-figure sales topping the Domain Name Journal sales chart for the week ending 30 September.
Topping the chart of top reported sales was restaurantsupply.com, selling for a very nice $150,000 through MostWantedDomains, while buy.me came in a very close second, selling for â¬115,000 ($148,350) through Sedo.
They easily eclipsed the third placed sale for the week, HormoneReplacementTherapy.com, which sold for a still very handy $42,000 through DomainNameSales.
It was a competitive week for the sellers with Sedo topping the chart with six of the top 20 sales, while Go Daddy Auctions was responsible for five sales, including one in conjunction with DomainNameSales who were responsible for an additional two sales. AfternicDLS had four sales while MostWantedDomains and NoktaDomains had one each and there was one private sale for the week.
While there was no domination in regards to who was responsible for the sale of the domain, there was a domination when it came to TLDs making up the top 20 chart with .COM domains taking up 18 places. The two remaining domains were the aforementioned .ME domain while the other was a .NET domain.
To check out the Domain Name Journal sales chart for top reported sales for the week ending 30 September, go to dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2012/20121010.htm.