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  1. Acroplex

    information Escrow.com releases Domain Investment Index report for Q2/2023

    Escrow.com has released its quarterly Domain Investment Index report for Q2/2023. Sales revenue has dropped, all while dot .ai volume and earnings have jumped to their highest point ever. Link to the report.
  2. Acroplex

    information Escrow.com releases Domain Investment Index report for Q2/2023

    Escrow.com has released its quarterly Domain Investment Index report for Q2/2023. Sales revenue has dropped, all while dot .ai volume and earnings have jumped to their highest point ever. Link to the report.
  3. FavourB

    discuss What Does this Signify?

    So today I took a notice of something that is a bit weird . The *Reported Complete Domain Sales Thread* was born in the year 2005, April 19th WHEREAS The *Handregs thread* was born in the year 2008, October 28th Which means the latter is older than the latty with 3yrs + some months But The...
  4. FavourB

    discuss What Does this Signify?

    So today I took a notice of something that is a bit weird . The *Reported Complete Domain Sales Thread* was born in the year 2005, April 19th WHEREAS The *Handregs thread* was born in the year 2008, October 28th Which means the latter is older than the latty with 3yrs + some months But The...
  5. WhoaDomain.com

    question Domains still at dropcatch auction shows sold yesterday @ Namebio?

    Hello. Check these domains both in Dropcatch and Namebio. @Namebio shows sold $x,xxx yesterday. But today I see these domains still at running auction @dropcatch ? Equalenergy.com Agriweb.com Lndd.com
  6. WhoaDomain.com

    question Domains still at dropcatch auction shows sold yesterday @ Namebio?

    Hello. Check these domains both in Dropcatch and Namebio. @Namebio shows sold $x,xxx yesterday. But today I see these domains still at running auction @dropcatch ? Equalenergy.com Agriweb.com Lndd.com
  7. WhoaDomain.com

    question What's best domain sale where buyer paid above what they can afford?

    I have seen many domain sales on here being mentioned where the buyer paid a huge amount of money for a domain way above their budget yet they felt they still felt it was a good and necessary buy. Do you know or remember any specific ones that stand out in your mind? I've seen then but can't...
  8. WhoaDomain.com

    question What's best domain sale where buyer paid above what they can afford?

    I have seen many domain sales on here being mentioned where the buyer paid a huge amount of money for a domain way above their budget yet they felt they still felt it was a good and necessary buy. Do you know or remember any specific ones that stand out in your mind? I've seen then but can't...
  9. YairDD

    various Report Completed Domain Name Sales That were in a Loss

    Domaining is a business that requires a decent amount of $ and also patience. one can have hundreds and thousands of domains, it's not a surprise we sometimes sell domains in a loss. I'm very curious to see the sales you made/will make that lost you some money, hence I opened this thread.
  10. YairDD

    various Report Completed Domain Name Sales That were in a Loss

    Domaining is a business that requires a decent amount of $ and also patience. one can have hundreds and thousands of domains, it's not a surprise we sometimes sell domains in a loss. I'm very curious to see the sales you made/will make that lost you some money, hence I opened this thread.
  11. Igor Mironyuk

    question Why in DNJournal reports now is not Afternic.com sales?

    Already as half a year in 2016 and this 2017 domain sales from Afternic.com were not displayed at DNJournal domain sales reports. Why? Earlier was and Sedo sales reports and Afternic.com sales (Sedo vs Afternic). @Ron Jackson
  12. Igor Mironyuk

    question Why in DNJournal reports now is not Afternic.com sales?

    Already as half a year in 2016 and this 2017 domain sales from Afternic.com were not displayed at DNJournal domain sales reports. Why? Earlier was and Sedo sales reports and Afternic.com sales (Sedo vs Afternic). @Ron Jackson
  13. kaz2

    showcase First domain sale over $1,000?

    Hi, we are a mix of domainers here - some experienced, some not so experienced. What I'd love to know is who, if anyone, sold their FIRST domain name for over $1,000 and how much was it sold for? I'll kick off by saying that I sold my first name for $11 so way below a grand - however, it was a...
  14. kaz2

    showcase First domain sale over $1,000?

    Hi, we are a mix of domainers here - some experienced, some not so experienced. What I'd love to know is who, if anyone, sold their FIRST domain name for over $1,000 and how much was it sold for? I'll kick off by saying that I sold my first name for $11 so way below a grand - however, it was a...
  15. Fancy.domains

    news New gTLD sales - January 2016 (minimum $1000)

    This is a list of reported ngTLD sales for January 2016 collected from several sources (including; DNJournal, DNpric.es, Namebio, Sold.domains, TheDomains etc). Obviously, not every single sale is reported here, as many are made privately etc. 88.xyz - 70,000 USD - NamesCon / RightOfTheDot...
  16. Fancy.domains

    news New gTLD sales - January 2016 (minimum $1000)

    This is a list of reported ngTLD sales for January 2016 collected from several sources (including; DNJournal, DNpric.es, Namebio, Sold.domains, TheDomains etc). Obviously, not every single sale is reported here, as many are made privately etc. 88.xyz - 70,000 USD - NamesCon / RightOfTheDot...
  17. Domain Sales

    AISE.com Sold for $19,509; BioScan.com for $12,999...

    The domain name AISE.com reportedly sold for $19,509 on NameJet. BioScan.com reportedly sold for $12,999. Here are the top reported domain sales on August 29, 2015: Domain NameSale PriceSales Venue AISE.com$19,509NameJet BioScan.com$12,999NameJet Find.info$5,699GoDaddy...
  18. Domain Sales

    AISE.com Sold for $19,509; BioScan.com for $12,999...

    The domain name AISE.com reportedly sold for $19,509 on NameJet. BioScan.com reportedly sold for $12,999. Here are the top reported domain sales on August 29, 2015: Domain NameSale PriceSales Venue AISE.com$19,509NameJet BioScan.com$12,999NameJet Find.info$5,699GoDaddy...
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