Labeled as .tv in Domain Selling and Domain Sales, started by Ammudamus, Sep 25, 2014
Answers.tv was sold through Sedo for $29,000! Congrats Monte!
Such a sweet sale and on his birthday even, congratulations Montechristos...
Congrats! - will be interesting to see who the buyer is and how it is used.
Monte, Congrats Brother!
That is a friggen great sale!
Great Sale, congrats to the seller!
What I don't understand though is how the keyword "Answers" goes well with "TV" extension to attract that kind of money. I always thought it's mostly names suitable for TV networks that get those kinda sales. Someone, please explain this with something other than the law of DEMAND.
@goweb there is no real explanation, you can't get one until you speak to the buyer, there have been some great sales in .tv that would not be looked at as intuitive to the extension.
Goweb - yes quite a few published sales don't seem to make sense relative to our own personal experience trying to market our portfolio. But it really just takes one buyer with a fat wallet who wants your domain to generate a big sale. MB quite often announces five-figure sales for domains I and many domain investors would not even backorder. How he manages to do that on a regular basis is amazing. Personally I have been paring my portfolio of .TV domains which aren't really video centric but we continue to see sales for regular keywords. The good thing about seeing these five-figure sales published is it keeps the extension visible and is a reminder that those low $XXX offers are not from serious buyers.
Thanks, who is the MB you quote?
Great Sale, i wonder if we will see …...'Video Answers?'
Nice, congrats on the awesome sale!
Looks like price was $28,555, but awesome nonetheless!
That is awesome. Congratulations, Monte!
Nice sale, congrats to both the buyer and seller.
Congrats Monte! Fantastic sale, awesome domain!!!
Many congratulations with this sale!
I'm sorry for offtop, but tell me please, what do you think about my domain?
The whois updated and this was purchased by AnswersInGenesis.org, a religious organization.
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