Labeled as news in Domain Industry News, started by Crysis, Jun 9, 2021
I bet the seller wishes that they were able to get calf as much again. Will they re-veal who the seller is?
@MadAboutDomains I think we've butchered this thread but you've got to seize the moo-ment.
When you do a sale this big you've got to hope that the buyer has done their moo-diligence.
Too much of co
I still don't get the cowculus of this sale.
Buying the domain was the right Moo-ve...
Cow jokes? Herd em all.
I don't mean to be rude, but this slurry of puns are getting a bit immanure now...
I udderly enjoyed this thread. Moochas grassy ass.
.com is dying
Don't have a cow Liam!
IMO, the obvious usage is for a milk or leather brand.
Cash cows for cash flows
That's a whole lot!
I noticed this broker always sells good domains at undersold prices. CMIIW
For example Angel.com, It was sold for $2M, but in 2013 acquired for $110M. My math was never the best, but that sounds like a $108M loss
If the broker sold Cows.com for Tucows.com it might be a different story
103 Million was for business( incl domain). Later domain was sold for 2 Million.
IMHO, it definitely was a great deal for the buyer.
Now, was it a good deal for the seller as well? Hmm, that's a tough one!
On one hand, someone who had cows.com (4L.com word), most likely knows more about domaining than I do. S/he must have thought it was a good idea to let the domain go for $125K, so who am I to say it's not a good deal! For whatever reason, it had to be a good deal for the seller as well, otherwise the transaction would not have happened.
On the other hand, considering the strength of the name itself (for any purpose related or unrelated to the name) and also the size of global beef & dairy related products' market, the end user value of cows.com should be 7 figures (or at least mid to high 6 figures) $USD. So in that sense, it doesn't look like a great deal for the seller.
I'm not sure, but I think it most likely was sold to a domain investor, not an end user - I may be wrong of course.
Does anyone here know who the buyer is?
Some related info:
In 2019, the value of the dairy market worldwide was estimated to be about 720 billion U.S. dollars, which is projected to grow to 1,032 billion dollars by 2024
Global Beef Market to Reach $383.3 Billion by 2027
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