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  1. Bob Hawkes

    information Reporting Domain Name Sales

    Without reported domain name sales, we would all be operating in a blind fashion. This article covers the arguments for and against reporting domain name sales, as well as how to report domain name sales at the main venues. Why Report Domain Name Sales? Over the years there have been many...
  2. Bob Hawkes

    information Reporting Domain Name Sales

    Without reported domain name sales, we would all be operating in a blind fashion. This article covers the arguments for and against reporting domain name sales, as well as how to report domain name sales at the main venues. Why Report Domain Name Sales? Over the years there have been many...
  3. Alvin Brown

    interviews The Myth, The Man, The Legend Behind DNJournal.com — Ron Jackson

    There are not many people in the land of domain investing, nor in the domain industry in general, that can say they’ve single-handedly transformed an industry. And while today’s podcast is not ever likely to proclaim such a statement, he’s forever changed and continues to champion change in the...
  4. Alvin Brown

    interviews The Myth, The Man, The Legend Behind DNJournal.com — Ron Jackson

    There are not many people in the land of domain investing, nor in the domain industry in general, that can say they’ve single-handedly transformed an industry. And while today’s podcast is not ever likely to proclaim such a statement, he’s forever changed and continues to champion change in the...
  5. Bashar

    discuss Does Hugedomains publish their sales?

    be it on their website or on namebio.com for example? or even dnjournal?
  6. Bashar

    discuss Does Hugedomains publish their sales?

    be it on their website or on namebio.com for example? or even dnjournal?
  7. Soofi

    news Poker.net sells for $750,000!

    In a Record Breaking .NET Sale Poker.Net Changes Hands for $750,000 to Smash the Previous Mark Set 7 Years Ago. Three veteran brokers played a role in setting the new high water mark for the .nets. The seller was represented by Joe Uddeme, who founded NameExperts.com in 2015 after a successful...
  8. Soofi

    news Poker.net sells for $750,000!

    In a Record Breaking .NET Sale Poker.Net Changes Hands for $750,000 to Smash the Previous Mark Set 7 Years Ago. Three veteran brokers played a role in setting the new high water mark for the .nets. The seller was represented by Joe Uddeme, who founded NameExperts.com in 2015 after a successful...
  9. TheBaldOne

    sales Christmas.com sold for $3.15million

    DNJ is reporting that Christmas.com has been sold earlier this year for $3.15million. Story is here: VIPBrokerage Closes Multi-Million Dollar Sale of Christmas.com in One of 20 Biggest Domain Sales Ever Reported (dnjournal.com)
  10. TheBaldOne

    sales Christmas.com sold for $3.15million

    DNJ is reporting that Christmas.com has been sold earlier this year for $3.15million. Story is here: VIPBrokerage Closes Multi-Million Dollar Sale of Christmas.com in One of 20 Biggest Domain Sales Ever Reported (dnjournal.com)
  11. TauseefKhan

    tips Finding Reported Domain Sales

    Here are some venues where domain sales are published. Some are verified and some are unverified. Namebio.com – Publishes sales every day – it covers sales happening at Godaddy, Park.io, DAN, BuyDomains, Namejet, SEDO, Dropcatch, etc Namepros: This link takes you to reported sales as of the...
  12. TauseefKhan

    tips Finding Reported Domain Sales

    Here are some venues where domain sales are published. Some are verified and some are unverified. Namebio.com – Publishes sales every day – it covers sales happening at Godaddy, Park.io, DAN, BuyDomains, Namejet, SEDO, Dropcatch, etc Namepros: This link takes you to reported sales as of the...
  13. James Iles

    sales The Sales Roundup: Why January.com Sold for $107,000, and More

    In the domain industry, we see sales figures daily. Services such as NameBio post hundreds of closed deals allowing investors to find comparisons that can be useful for both buying and selling domain names. What we often don't see is why a domain sold for a certain amount. This new weekly sales...
  14. James Iles

    sales The Sales Roundup: Why January.com Sold for $107,000, and More

    In the domain industry, we see sales figures daily. Services such as NameBio post hundreds of closed deals allowing investors to find comparisons that can be useful for both buying and selling domain names. What we often don't see is why a domain sold for a certain amount. This new weekly sales...
  15. Rob Monster

    question Question about transaction reporting

    At Epik.com, we have a long history of not reporting sales. We did this because we believe that our first duty is to protecting the registrant's interests, and that includes the right to privacy by default. Recently the pressure to report sales has been on the increase. We are definitely the...
  16. Rob Monster

    question Question about transaction reporting

    At Epik.com, we have a long history of not reporting sales. We did this because we believe that our first duty is to protecting the registrant's interests, and that includes the right to privacy by default. Recently the pressure to report sales has been on the increase. We are definitely the...
  17. James Iles

    data Domain Data: $9.48 Million of Sales in Q1 of 2019

    The prestigious DNJournal has been collecting data since 2003 and compiling it in a weekly sales report. Operated by Ron Jackson, DNJournal is one of the most credible sources for the domain name industry and has been referenced in outlets such as Wall Street Journal, Forbes and Bloomberg. Now...
  18. James Iles

    data Domain Data: $9.48 Million of Sales in Q1 of 2019

    The prestigious DNJournal has been collecting data since 2003 and compiling it in a weekly sales report. Operated by Ron Jackson, DNJournal is one of the most credible sources for the domain name industry and has been referenced in outlets such as Wall Street Journal, Forbes and Bloomberg. Now...
  19. Pierre Barnard

    question Was tourism.global sold again after Namescon 2019?

    Hi guys, Just noticed on this weeks DN Journal chart that Tourism.global was listed as selling for $1400. It was sold for $700 at Namescon auction if I remember correctly. Why the discrepancy?
  20. Pierre Barnard

    question Was tourism.global sold again after Namescon 2019?

    Hi guys, Just noticed on this weeks DN Journal chart that Tourism.global was listed as selling for $1400. It was sold for $700 at Namescon auction if I remember correctly. Why the discrepancy?