Sedo has a few impressive non-.com’s sales in the last day or so.
Clouds.me sold for 15,000 Euro’s or around $21K
Domains.in sold for $15K.
translations.co.uk sold for 26,000 GBP which is over $40K.
girokonto.eu sold for 9,000 Euro’s or $13K
whiplashcompensation.co sold for $1,900
getreidemühlen.de sold for 8,925 Euro’s or around $13K
In a pretty rare .Asia sale the domain name Pof.Asia sold for $8K
rh.de sold for 13,900 Euro’s or $20K
and what maybe the longest .Co to ever sell for more than $1K, highfrequencytrading.co sold for $4,425
What comes after the cloud fad plays out?
my global website of links and amazing domains says
the low price is due to the fact that the good cloud domains are those without the final S
Scott Alliy says
Great question Soc.TV while active as an MCSE I watched technology change overnight . Here is another question whats next after twitter and Facebook? I know that question will get a rise but probably will be the same folks who claimed you were dead and forgotten if you weren’t on MySpace.
What is that saying if you don’t learn from History your destined to repeat it.
Agree with you that it is wise for domain investors to be on the lookout for the next great thing. Timing is everything
Mike, agreed that .asia sale is rare indeed! Wonder if Domains.in means that activity in India will be picking up or just an investor play?
When I see dot net,co or dot whatever-this the kind of news that turns me off faster than I can zip my zipper
Good for seller but suckers for buyers
A lot of startup ventures are using the .Me extension for their projects. I registered a few:
CloudLab.Me is a development project (if I get around to it) and GamingOnline.Me not sure about yet.
POF.asia could’ve been bought by Plenty Of Fish. They were buying domains related to their site recently.
Every dollar paid for a .net/.me/.asia/.co is one less dollar chasing the .COM. Stupid for sure, but I’m not complaining.
While I think a lot of the new extension hype is marketing drivel and I don’t buy into it, you would also be a fool not to see the opportunities they present. .Com will always be king, but the landscape is changing, you need to seize the opportunities wherever they may present themselves.
Contacte me if you want to acquire
The go for cheap
my global website of links and amazing domains Google-TheMovie.com Google-TheFilm.com Google-Film.com says
we can agree that .com domains are better, but it’s hard to find good unregistered .com (and much harder to find cheap registered .com)
Our domain name Buy.asia might be a confirmed sale this week for $48,000 + Plus stock shares in a chinese company.
Hornjacker.com sold for $350,000 yesterday! says
This might be the biggest news in domaining – Hornjacker.com was hand reg’d a few days ago and sold yesterday for $350,000 – no joke!
Should be reported to DNjournal tomorrow.
“…This might be the biggest news in domaining – Hornjacker.com was hand reg’d a few days ago and sold yesterday for $350,000 – no joke!…”
Is it true?
is it your domain ?
how do you know?
Any thoughts .ME vs .CO what is the better buy?
hornjacker.com billboard went up in LA yesterday; must be some cash behind the effort.
“…Any thoughts .ME vs .CO what is the better buy?…”
.CO is better…
.CO is the Queen
.com is the King
The rest are so so…
I caught a nice one a week ago –
Clobert Rine says
MUST ACT FAST!
Robert Cline says
another LLL sells for $50,000
DJE.co and other LLL.co s are next.
Another attempt to raise the status of LLL.co by comparison to .COM
LLL.com is it is own league. LLL.com is in the LLL.us/biz league.
Best of luck with those renewals. Time is ticking.
“LLL.com is in the LLL.us/biz league.”
That should read “LLL.co is in the LLL.us/biz league”
Even when I try to type .CO, .COM just comes naturally.
highfrequencytrading.co sale is bogus.
That is not transferred yet.
Terry Allen (that domain owner) has engineered a bunch of bogus sedo auctions for .co, .bz and .in domains
How do you “engineer a bunch of bogus sedo auctions”
I know for my own sedo sales the sale doesn’t appear on the site until the buyer pays sedo and sedo sends me the money.
I never saw that sale in sedo recent sales.
The domain shows a last updated date of 2011-02-09, and hence it has not changed hands recently.
I think the sale was actually mistakenly reported.
highfrequencytrading.com actually closed for 4425 in a sedo auction: