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information Quartet of Six-Figure Sales Makes Sweet Music at the Top of the Latest DNJournal Domain Sales Chart

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The new bi-weekly domain sales report is out at DNJournal.com. Everybody loves six-figure domain sales so there is a lot to love about our latest bi-weekly all extension Top 20 Sales Chart that is led by a quartet of them that totals over $1.1 million. The top two are 3-letter .coms that each topped the $300,000 mark and the next two are nice one-word .coms sold by the same broker at over $200,000 apiece. Those big guns helped the .coms dominate the Big Board with a sweep of all but three entries. The exceptions were a pair of ccTLDs and a solid non .com gTLD sale. Regarding the latter group, the .orgs had their best outing of the year, piling up 13 entries on the top 20 chart for that category. You can get all of the details here: https://www.dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2022/20220803.htm
 
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Amazing sales!

Most domainers would already have a six figure sale after 10 years in this business. However, you can't have a six figure sale if you are giving away great digital assets for nothing. Most six figure sales I see would be priced 3 or 4fig max by people here. Glad to see some people don't fear putting a fair price on great assets.
 
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yea swetha laughing her way to bank at all our other dumbos with slow sales and hard economy times....and she make mike mann and rick and everyone else bragging bout some 4 or 5 com sales look like kiddo amateurs
 
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The new bi-weekly domain sales report is out at DNJournal.com. Everybody loves six-figure domain sales so there is a lot to love about our latest bi-weekly all extension Top 20 Sales Chart that is led by a quartet of them that totals over $1.1 million. The top two are 3-letter .coms that each topped the $300,000 mark and the next two are nice one-word .coms sold by the same broker at over $200,000 apiece. Those big guns helped the .coms dominate the Big Board with a sweep of all but three entries. The exceptions were a pair of ccTLDs and a solid non .com gTLD sale. Regarding the latter group, the .orgs had their best outing of the year, piling up 13 entries on the top 20 chart for that category. You can get all of the details here: https://www.dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2022/20220803.htm

Somthing wrong !! It seems sedo providing fake sales reports to dnjournal for some reason !!!
The domain ConnectRank/dot/com was reported by @twiki on sales report thread as below and was sold at squadhelp !!

BUT the same domain reported by sedo and sold with different price !! how come !!??

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