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1M.com Sold for $112,000; Sanierungsprofi.de for $20,336...

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    The top domain name sale of the day was 1M.com selling for $112,000.00 at NameJet. NameBio tracked 256 domain sales for a reported total of $264,508.00 with an average price of $1,033.23 per sale. Compared to the day before, there was an increase of 0.4% in the number of sales and the total dollar volume increased by 126%.

    Top Sales for November 29th, 2018

    DomainPriceVenue
    1m.com $112,000 NameJet
    sanierungsprofi.de $20,336 Sedo
    pacifiers.com $10,000 NameJet
    stopoverdoseil.org $7,855 GoDaddy
    qorg.com $5,500 Flippa
    uncoupled.com $3,501 BuyDomains
    holohome.com $3,024 GoDaddy
    windshield.org $2,848 Sedo
    claimswork.com $2,700 NameJet
    detoxing.com $2,655 NameJet
    adt.org $2,075 GoDaddy
    ladispute.com $1,994 BuyDomains
    yngr.com $1,776 GoDaddy
    advisoryservices.com $1,668 NameJet
    supportcoordination.com $1,500 BuyDomains
    rescueroofers.com $1,500 BuyDomains
    methtestkit.com $1,500 BuyDomains
    jlinks.com $1,484 GoDaddy
    juanito.com $1,339 DropCatch
    ismbook.com $1,325 GoDaddy
    hologramme.com $1,322 NameJet
    si7.com $1,300 NameJet
    virtualscience.com $1,146 NameJet
    culinaryadventures.com $1,107 GoDaddy
    mycomputing.com $1,100 NameJet
    onestock.com $1,098 NameJet
    loopit.com $1,075 GoDaddy
    aussiedoodle.com $1,061 GoDaddy
    eurogambler.org $1,000 GoDaddy


    Market Stats for November 29th, 2018

    TLD TypeNum SalesDollar VolumeAverageMedian
    gTLDs 249 $242,924 $976 $251
    New gTLDs 1 $252 $252 $252
    ccTLDs 6 $21,332 $3,555 $170

    gTLDNum SalesDollar VolumeAverageMedian
    COM 221 $222,369 $1,006 $251
    ORG 21 $18,222 $868 $250
    NET 7 $2,333 $333 $255
    DE 2 $20,792 $10,396 $10,396
    JE 1 $119 $119 $119
    OOO 1 $252 $252 $252
    TV 1 $100 $100 $100
    US 1 $220 $220 $220
    ME 1 $101 $101 $101

    VenueNum SalesDollar VolumeAverageMedian
    GoDaddy 146 $59,548 $408 $225
    NameJet 67 $155,218 $2,317 $351
    DropCatch 29 $8,998 $310 $222
    Sedo 5 $24,776 $4,955 $996
    BuyDomains 5 $9,995 $1,999 $1,500
    Dynadot 2 $354 $177 $177
    Flippa 1 $5,500 $5,500 $5,500
    Park.io 1 $119 $119 $119

    CategoryNum SalesDollar VolumeAverageMedian
    Dictionary (English) 10 $20,968 $2,097 $636
    Dictionary (Spanish) 3 $802 $267 $210
    Keyword (x2) 141 $64,389 $457 $246
    Keyword (x3) 29 $16,695 $576 $209
    Keyword (x4) 2 $290 $145 $145
    Geo Domains 0 $0 $0 $0
    Geo + Keyword 8 $2,838 $355 $235
    Surnames 4 $1,018 $255 $212
    Given Names 0 $0 $0 $0
    Domain Hacks 0 $0 $0 $0
    Crypto Domains 0 $0 $0 $0


    For a complete list of the day's sales visit:
    https://namebio.com/blog/daily-market-report-for-november-29th-2018
     
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  2. D Haynes

    D Haynes Active Member VIP

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    So are we saying that Flippa has one domain sale that tracked in the last week? They must be doing lots of business on their other income streams cos that's not sustainable. I'm guessing they make their money on websites etc now and domain sales is just a side piece. I'm also guessing private sales through their platform are just that... Private.
     
  3. vravis9

    vravis9 Established Member

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    @D Haynes flippa has one sale on
    "29 November"...
    The above list is on daily basis..
     
  4. D Haynes

    D Haynes Active Member VIP

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    Ohhhhh ok my bad.
    That's still not very good though even for a day.
     
  5. vravis9

    vravis9 Established Member

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    Of course yes...
    And I read somewhere their stats...they mainly focused on websites and online businesses..
     
  6. D Haynes

    D Haynes Active Member VIP

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    Yeah that makes sense. They used to be a powerhouse in domain sales then they dropped the ball by letting Kevin go and then all the shill bidding and favours for people. They lost all credibility and trust people had in them. Then they hiked all their prices which is a classic move for a company struggling. Shame really cos I used to like them back in the day.

    Anyway I'm going off topic.
     
  7. .X.

    .X. NameFeature.com Gold Account VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    1M.com was a bargain for the buyer IMO

    Detoxing.com was damn near a giveaway IMO

    Were the f*ck was I , I would have paid 3.5 for Detoxing.com in a heart beat, developed it, affiliated with the detox centers in USA and made some good money, damnit!!

    Detoxing is huge!! With the opioid epidemic, doctors cutting patients off from getting pain meds, there are a few million dollars + to be made with Detoxing.com , f*ck me for missing the boat on that one. Missing the boat, the story of my life of domains, LOL

    I have been very blessed and fortunate in the industry though.
     
    Last edited: Nov 30, 2018
  8. shig

    shig Established Member

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    “ing” never gets much love but def worth the sale price. Same for “ed” - sometimes you can get good deals on those as well and they aren’t even competitive with present tense form. Like dipped compared to dip. Dip is do it yourself while dipped is done by someone else.
     
  9. Bob Hawkes

    Bob Hawkes formerly MetBob NameTalent VIP

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    I agree in general, this year sleeping and snoring did sell for $500k each this year!
     
  10. Bob Hawkes

    Bob Hawkes formerly MetBob NameTalent VIP

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    Have to be careful about assuming too much from just a few days data. On average over past year Flippa has about $6600 in sales on NameBio per day. Still not a lot, and no doubt with their changes recently in listing prices their domain sales will go down. As others have said they seem to be setting their focus pretty clearly on businesses and not doimains.
     
  11. wwwweb

    wwwweb Top Member VIP

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    high bidder was point, active bidder, that price is probably 10X as soon as it hits the account. Thousands of powders, and liquids also great for a storefront. Looks like they spent close to $10K today at namejet alone.
     
    Last edited: Dec 1, 2018
  12. stewmath

    stewmath Top Member VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    claimswork was my sale :D
     

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