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  1. Bob Hawkes

    analysis A Look At How Different Domain Extensions Sell

    Should a domain investor invest only in .com? I went looking for an answer in recent domain name sales data. There seems a common consensus that, after .com, among general purpose extensions with investment potential are .net, .io, .org, .co and .xyz. There is not agreement on the order of the...
  2. Bob Hawkes

    analysis A Look At How Different Domain Extensions Sell

    Should a domain investor invest only in .com? I went looking for an answer in recent domain name sales data. There seems a common consensus that, after .com, among general purpose extensions with investment potential are .net, .io, .org, .co and .xyz. There is not agreement on the order of the...
  3. Bob Hawkes

    analysis An Updated Look At Domain Names With Hyphens

    While hyphenated domain names are popular in some parts of the world, notably Germany, most domain investors shy away from them. Only a small percentage of domain name sales have hyphens. But there are also far fewer names containing hyphens that are listed for sale. So what about the rate of...
  4. Bob Hawkes

    analysis An Updated Look At Domain Names With Hyphens

    While hyphenated domain names are popular in some parts of the world, notably Germany, most domain investors shy away from them. Only a small percentage of domain name sales have hyphens. But there are also far fewer names containing hyphens that are listed for sale. So what about the rate of...
  5. Bob Hawkes

    analysis Domain Name Sales Soar in First Half of 2021

    Each July I take a look at domain name sales from the first six months of the year, comparing to the similar period from the preceding year. Taken across all extensions, 2021 is off to a roaring start, with the number of sales up 27.6% compared to the first-half of 2020. The sales dollar volume...
  6. Bob Hawkes

    analysis Domain Name Sales Soar in First Half of 2021

    Each July I take a look at domain name sales from the first six months of the year, comparing to the similar period from the preceding year. Taken across all extensions, 2021 is off to a roaring start, with the number of sales up 27.6% compared to the first-half of 2020. The sales dollar volume...
  7. Bob Hawkes

    analysis An Outsider Look at 4-Letter .COM Domain Names

    Among the most liquid domain names are 4L .com. Most of the time they can be readily resold to another domain investor for $100 or more. The best 4L .com domain names, those that are words, or at least speakable, or have a clear pattern of letters making them easily remembered, sell for high...
  8. Bob Hawkes

    analysis An Outsider Look at 4-Letter .COM Domain Names

    Among the most liquid domain names are 4L .com. Most of the time they can be readily resold to another domain investor for $100 or more. The best 4L .com domain names, those that are words, or at least speakable, or have a clear pattern of letters making them easily remembered, sell for high...
  9. Bob Hawkes

    analysis The US Domain Name Extension

    While the United States is probably the dominant power in domain names, its own country code extension, .us, has not achieved the same strength. For example, even though Canada has about one-tenth the population of the United States, its .ca extension has almost double the registration numbers...
  10. Bob Hawkes

    analysis The US Domain Name Extension

    While the United States is probably the dominant power in domain names, its own country code extension, .us, has not achieved the same strength. For example, even though Canada has about one-tenth the population of the United States, its .ca extension has almost double the registration numbers...
  11. Bob Hawkes

    analysis Nine Things About NET Domain Names

    Last week @Soofi shared an article by @Ron Jackson announcing the brokered sale of Poker.net for $750,000. The sale was not listed on NameBio when I checked, but it would become the highest-value sale in the extension. The previous high was the $500,000 sale of mobile.net. There have been a...
  12. Bob Hawkes

    analysis Nine Things About NET Domain Names

    Last week @Soofi shared an article by @Ron Jackson announcing the brokered sale of Poker.net for $750,000. The sale was not listed on NameBio when I checked, but it would become the highest-value sale in the extension. The previous high was the $500,000 sale of mobile.net. There have been a...
  13. T

    guide Your domain has more than one price. (#3rd beginners tips post)

    (Note, I'll be discussing average priced domains below, as top domains are a different thing.) Each domain in the "regular" price zone (xxx to xxxx range) actually has more than one potential price. And none of these multiple prices is necessarily wrong. Yes, really. There is certain...
  14. T

    guide Your domain has more than one price. (#3rd beginners tips post)

    (Note, I'll be discussing average priced domains below, as top domains are a different thing.) Each domain in the "regular" price zone (xxx to xxxx range) actually has more than one potential price. And none of these multiple prices is necessarily wrong. Yes, really. There is certain...
  15. Bob Hawkes

    analysis A Close Look At The .CC Domain Extension

    The past year has been a strong one for country code domain extensions in general, with the generic extensions .io and .co particularly active. This has prompted discussion around what might be the next generic country code to become popular. While extensions such as .ai, .tv, .me, .ly, .vc, .gg...
  16. Bob Hawkes

    analysis A Close Look At The .CC Domain Extension

    The past year has been a strong one for country code domain extensions in general, with the generic extensions .io and .co particularly active. This has prompted discussion around what might be the next generic country code to become popular. While extensions such as .ai, .tv, .me, .ly, .vc, .gg...
  17. Bob Hawkes

    analysis How Are Domain Name Prices Changing?

    While NameBio data indicates that average sales prices for .com domain names have been going steadily down year by year, that may not mean that retail prices have been decreasing. I think it is mainly an artifact due to changes in which venues have sales reported in NameBio, and the rise in...
  18. Bob Hawkes

    analysis How Are Domain Name Prices Changing?

    While NameBio data indicates that average sales prices for .com domain names have been going steadily down year by year, that may not mean that retail prices have been decreasing. I think it is mainly an artifact due to changes in which venues have sales reported in NameBio, and the rise in...
  19. Bob Hawkes

    analysis How Did 2020 Compare To 2019 In Domain Name Sales?

    This week I take a look at how average prices, numbers of domains sold, and sales dollar volumes in 2020 compared to the previous year. I used the NameBio data for the analysis, looking at sales of $100 and more. Keep in mind that by no means all sales are in NameBio, and the reported sales are...
  20. Bob Hawkes

    analysis How Did 2020 Compare To 2019 In Domain Name Sales?

    This week I take a look at how average prices, numbers of domains sold, and sales dollar volumes in 2020 compared to the previous year. I used the NameBio data for the analysis, looking at sales of $100 and more. Keep in mind that by no means all sales are in NameBio, and the reported sales are...
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