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TREO.com Sold for $15,021; 32688.com for $11,000...

Located in Daily Domain Sales started by Domain Sales, Jan 28, 2020.

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  1. Domain Sales

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    The top domain name sale of the day was TREO.com selling for $15,021.00 at DropCatch. NameBio tracked 248 domain sales $100+ for a reported total of $152,171.00 with an average price of $613.59 per sale. Compared to the day before, there was a decrease of 10% in the number of sales and the total dollar volume decreased by 22%. NameBio also recorded an additional 1,389 sales below $100 for a total of $24,064.

    Top Sales for January 27th, 2020

    DomainPriceVenue
    treo.com​
    $15,021​
    DropCatch​
    32688.com​
    $11,000​
    GoDaddy​
    99191.com​
    $7,863​
    GoDaddy​
    fiercemedicaldevices.com​
    $5,500​
    GoDaddy​
    caregiverzone.com​
    $4,588​
    BuyDomains​
    spectrumdisplay.com​
    $3,588​
    BuyDomains​
    canadianharmreduction.com​
    $3,550​
    DropCatch​
    bmiregional.com​
    $3,200​
    DropCatch​
    taskgram.com​
    $2,795​
    NamePull.com​
    trafficbox.com​
    $2,750​
    DropCatch​
    advisement.com​
    $2,018​
    NameJet​
    usatrips.com​
    $2,000​
    BuyDomains​
    linkeat.com​
    $2,000​
    NamePull.com​
    hipractice.com​
    $2,000​
    NamePull.com​
    healthycompany.com​
    $1,913​
    GoDaddy​
    79953.com​
    $1,850​
    NameJet​
    dreamglam.com​
    $1,800​
    NamePull.com​
    girlsgonesporty.com​
    $1,737​
    NameJet​
    danshort.com​
    $1,600​
    GoDaddy​
    solani.com​
    $1,550​
    DropCatch​
    illinoisautoinsurance.com​
    $1,490​
    DropCatch​
    unbuttoned.com​
    $1,475​
    GoDaddy​
    17535.com​
    $1,350​
    NameJet​
    free-hideip.com​
    $1,300​
    GoDaddy​
    nextrentals.com​
    $1,134​
    GoDaddy​
    plaquette.com​
    $1,100​
    NameJet​
    smatrust.org​
    $1,078​
    DropCatch​
    bet9988.com​
    $1,031​
    GoDaddy​
    dafx.com​
    $1,005​
    GoDaddy​


    Market Stats for January 27th, 2020

    TLD TypeNum SalesDollar VolumeAverageMedian
    gTLDs​
    242​
    $150,630​
    $622​
    $241​
    New gTLDs​
    0​
    $0​
    $0​
    $0​
    ccTLDs​
    6​
    $1,541​
    $257​
    $237​

    TLDNum SalesDollar VolumeAverageMedian
    COM​
    227​
    $143,930​
    $634​
    $230​
    ORG​
    9​
    $4,421​
    $491​
    $366​
    NET​
    6​
    $2,279​
    $380​
    $275​
    IO​
    3​
    $800​
    $267​
    $223​
    VC​
    1​
    $104​
    $104​
    $104​
    TO​
    1​
    $250​
    $250​
    $250​
    TV​
    1​
    $387​
    $387​
    $387​

    VenueNum SalesDollar VolumeAverageMedian
    GoDaddy​
    162​
    $70,330​
    $434​
    $207​
    DropCatch​
    36​
    $38,186​
    $1,061​
    $303​
    NameJet​
    34​
    $22,679​
    $667​
    $548​
    NamePull.com​
    4​
    $8,595​
    $2,149​
    $2,000​
    Dynadot​
    4​
    $702​
    $176​
    $177​
    BuyDomains​
    3​
    $10,176​
    $3,392​
    $3,588​
    Park.io​
    3​
    $709​
    $236​
    $250​
    Sedo​
    2​
    $794​
    $397​
    $397​

    CategoryNum SalesDollar VolumeAverageMedian
    Dictionary (English)​
    4​
    $4,141​
    $1,035​
    $915​
    Dictionary (Spanish)​
    0​
    $0​
    $0​
    $0​
    Keyword (x2)​
    132​
    $63,259​
    $479​
    $227​
    Keyword (x3)​
    40​
    $22,773​
    $569​
    $225​
    Keyword (x4)​
    11​
    $3,721​
    $338​
    $257​
    Geo Domains​
    1​
    $174​
    $174​
    $174​
    Geo + Keyword​
    8​
    $5,011​
    $626​
    $222​
    Surnames​
    0​
    $0​
    $0​
    $0​
    Given Names​
    0​
    $0​
    $0​
    $0​
    Domain Hacks​
    0​
    $0​
    $0​
    $0​
    Crypto Domains​
    3​
    $1,049​
    $350​
    $348​
    Cannabis Domains​
    4​
    $5,385​
    $1,346​
    $289​


    For a complete list of the day's sales visit:
    https://namebio.com/blog/daily-market-report-for-january-27th-2020
     
    The views expressed on this page by users and staff are their own, not those of NamePros.
  2. E-Thunder

    E-Thunder Top Member VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    I remember the Treo. Before iPhones, that domain would have been worth a fortune!
     
  3. WhoaDomain.com

    WhoaDomain.com WhoaDomain.com Gold Account VIP

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    Damn that one jumped 3x from $4700 last time I checked randomly.

    Musta been ferocious bidding!

    I saw these below among the treo.com one. Those sold too.

    Solani.com great brand! Up there with Mercari.com
    Zaoza.com (Yaoza! It's Zaoza!)
    BoatCentral.com ( already know what this could end up developed )

    Missed out on those. I guess they sold cheap. But you never know!
     
    Last edited: Jan 28, 2020
  4. cooljub

    cooljub Established Member

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    Some really mediocre names fetching decent money these days.

    There’s hope for us all :xf.smile:
     
  5. wwwweb

    wwwweb Top Contributor VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    It's funny how people trip over each other to pay so much in auctions, and when offers come thru inquiry pages it's like pulling teeth to get 4 figures.

    Much of Godaddy has been manipulated by Huge Domains pushing up bids, causing artificial supply, and demand by those who don't know who they are bidding up against.
     
  6. WhoaDomain.com

    WhoaDomain.com WhoaDomain.com Gold Account VIP

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    And then if someone has a Diy mentality about that. It's consider bad. Lol

    Does Huge bid as "huge" or using fake accounts?

    That has to be a conflict of interest no? Does icann know this is or has been going on?
     
  7. wwwweb

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    Icann has no governance over this, they just want their 18 cents, the real question is what incentive does huge domains get by bidding up every $12 bid, into the hundreds, just based on the interest of a single bidder.
     
    Last edited: Jan 28, 2020
  8. FolioTeam

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    Treo would have gone for more if it was an end user
     

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