According to DomainIQ, it looks like Media Options sold the one-word domain Impala.com recently. In a March 2017 edition of the DomainSherpa Review, it was revealed that the domain was acquired for $30,000. This 1994 domain has now been sold to Tempting Brands AG, a European company that "turns trademarks into brands". Congratulations to Media Options for this sale. Elsewhere, George Kirikos (@GeorgeK) reported that the two-letter domain JB.com was sold to China. According to WHOIS, the buyer is a client of (@GUTA), the brokerage company headed by George Hong (@gh). We have reached out to the parties involved in this deal to see whether we can shed any further light on the sale. Update: I have been told by one of the parties involved in the JB.com deal (originally revealed by @GeorgeK) that the domain was sold for a seven figure fee. Unfortunately the exact price will remain confidential. Here are this week's Top Topics. Which Trends Will Be Hot in 2018? With 2018 well and truly underway, it's natural for investors to speculate on the trends that may be successful in the coming twelve months. In 2017, the hottest trend was definitely cryptocurrency but what will 2018 bring? In this poll, investors are asked to share their thoughts on which trends are most likely to make money for investors in 2018. Topic by: @Irfan Shafi Do You Use an End User Agreement? After someone inquired about a name in this domainer's portfolio, an asking price of $5,000 was agreed upon. The investor is concerned about the future use of the name, which has resulted in asking the community about the possibility of using an end user agreement. This agreement would outline certain stipulations that the buyer must stick to in order to purchase the domain. Is something like this necessary? Have you ever used an end user agreement? Have your say in the discussion. Topic by: @MapleDots From $14 to $1,000 in Three Weeks For many investors, this is the perfect scenario. After buying a domain name on GoDaddy for just $14, this domainer revealed that just three weeks later they sold the domain name via Afternic for $1,000. Without using any outbound sales methods, the investor made a very healthy profit in just under a month. If you want to know the domain in question, it is listed in the discussion. Topic by: @Kazzia Can You Be a Successful Part-Time Domainer? Domain name investing can be an intense occupation. To be successful, you need to have time to find opportunities to make money within the industry. Whether that's buying, developing or even brokering. Is it possible to be a successful part-time domain investor? According to the discussion, "successful" would be defined as being profitable to the point that you can live off of your earnings. What do you think? Topic by: @WillW Four-Letter .COM's for $99? In 2015, four-letter .COM domains reached a peak of around $2,500 per domain for a "Chinese Premium (Chip)" domain name and several hundred dollars for non-Chip names. Since then, prices have fallen, but it looks as though some may be available at under $100. At just $99 each, a domain investor purchased "a few" four-letter .COM's at Sedo. This left the investor wondering whether the minimum price for four-letter domains is falling. Topic by: @gotasale Top Topics of the Week is a blog series featuring the most popular discussions and content within the domain community. Tune in weekly to see what’s trending!