There was a new surprised scenario in last week, where .co extension came from behind and soared above all other extensions. For a long time I have not seen .co name soar as it happened last week. It soared above all prominent and highly priced ccTLDs extensions, such as co.uk, .ca, .de, and .ly. For more than three months I have not seen .co performed like it did in the week. This time around especially, on Wednesday 14th June, 2017, more than four .co domains performed beyond my expectations in sales price. Anyway, that does not prove it could continue to be ahead beyond this week.
Wednesday, 21 June 2017
Monday, 19 June 2017
Buying domain names at auction requires lot of experiences that must be put into considerations while searching through the huge list of multiple expired domain names.
This article is recommended for investors who are not really seasoned at buying domains at drop auctions around the webs. The article does not have anything to do with how long you have being trading domain names, but exclusively for good investments.
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Posted by Elevator at 13:18:00
Wednesday, 14 June 2017
Once again, here is your weekly ccTLD sales report for 4th – 10th of June 2017. There were few sales in the week; only 60 country codes were sold.
The best of the sales was mail.hr; it was sold at sedo marketplace on Wednesday 7th June 2017 for a sum of $5, 633, another name sold closed in price to mail.hr was a two letters .io name ob.io, sold at park.io for a sum of $5,000 and the next to the duo was an unusual extension - tiny.vc sold for $3,500, far from the duo names.
Posted by Elevator at 01:06:00
Friday, 9 June 2017
We are bringing you this week report from a different perspective from how we used to publish our previous sales report. In this report, we enable our readers to have the incite on what sells better and where particular extensions are better sold; such as when you are interested in a particular domain extension, you should be able to identify where to list such domain name.
Though unless you are our weekly follower, if not, you may not understand the particular aspect I’m talking about. For example, when you are selling .cc and .io you should know that listing them on Park.io could make you sell faster than from any other marketplaces.
Posted by Elevator at 21:04:00
Monday, 29 May 2017
This week report is led by a three letter .de domain - tvm.de sold for $13, 430 at sedo.com marketplace, the runners up in the week was forever.at sold for $10,063 also at sedo.com marketplace the next to that was spine.io sold for $8, 000, spine.io was sold at park.io marketplace.
There were lot of .cn and .cc domain sales in the week from 4.cn marketplace; to be précised, there were 64 combined .cn and .cc sales from 4.cn, so also were 25 .io names sold at park.io. Sedo sold 19 names, including but not limited to .de, .co, .cc, .at, co.uk, including .it, .r, .in, .es, .me extensions etc. Sedo seems good for sales of any extensions.
Posted by Elevator at 17:07:00