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Sedo released its latest report of domain sales, topped by Giveaway.com that went for a solid $400,000 dollars. Here's the full list.
I agree...buyer got a good buy.Malt Whiskey seems cheap at $2,900
A connoisseur on Namepros.....I agree...buyer got a good buy.
I've got a bottle of whisky worth almost half the sale price of the domain...would make a great site for selling collectible premium brands/years of whisky (assuming local laws allow).
I do like a glass of old fashioned once in a while, but I can't say I follow the whiskey culture closely.
In my younger years, I was a fan of a good Gin but I always enjoyed CRoyal Whisky from time to time.A connoisseur on Namepros.....
It is a mystery indeed! I've got bottles with both spellings...few people notice it if I have them out unless they are fans of the libation.Interesting the difference an 'e' makes. I just snapped WhiskyCompany (dot com) a few days ago, so I had looked into this.
Irish spelling is 'whiskey' with an 'e'. Most of the U.S. whiskey companies follow with this spelling. But a few of them don't.
Scottish spelling is 'whisky' without an 'e'. Canada, and most of Europe and Asia, use this spelling. And a few U.S. companies do as well.
Gets kind of confusing, between different makers and countries. But looks like it's acceptable to use both versions (long as you're not in Ireland or Scotland, where they each adhere closely to their separate traditional spellings). And, domain-wise, I haven't done the research but I'm guessing that both spellings carry generally equal valuations for domains... but maybe value differs by region? Say a Canadian company might pay less for MaltWhiskey dot com than they would for MaltWhisky dot com, but an American company might pay more for MaltWhiskey dot com than they would for MaltWhisky dot com? Maybe it all evens out, just changing by region?
I dunno. One of the great, deep mysteries, I guess. Like what is the origin of life?
I make a great Old Fashioned, if I should say so myself!I do like a glass of old fashioned once in a while
Email tracking software is a multi billion dollar industry as well - lot's of money to me made through subscription models......which can include mail shots, marketing campaigns etcIt is a mystery indeed! I've got bottles with both spellings...few people notice it if I have them out unless they are fans of the libation.
I don't have a great deal of them on hand, but now I am craving a sip...but I cant even break the seal on the box without losing value...took a long time for me to learn to add water. I apologize to @Acroplex and all for derailing.
This is one that caught my eye: mailtrack.com 30000 USD (seems like seller did well)