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Sedo’s October GreatDomains Auction Results

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Sedo's GreatDomains monthly auction concluded today, and there were over $150,000 in sold domain names. The single letter j.de domain name had the best result, selling for 49000 EUR. Once this sale closes, it will rank as the fifth largest publicly reported ccTLD domain name sale of the year in DNJournal. The second highest sale was ANI.com, which sold for $49,000. OWI.com sold for 24999 EUR, rounding out the top three.

I was one of the bidders in the Debauchery.com auction, although I was not the high bidder. I think the buyer of Este.com got a pretty good deal at $9,999. The list of this month's sale results is below. Keep in mind that these domain name auctions just closed today, so these deals are not yet completed. Sedo will report the sales to NameBio and DNJournal once the transactions close.

October 2017 Great Domains auction results:




































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Stupid.com Goes on Sale via Sedo

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Sedo domain broker Albert Schimmel is brokering a pretty amusing domain name, Stupid.com, which he mentioned on Twitter yesterday:




From the looks of it, Stupid.com is a fully developed website that says it has been online since 1998. It looks like the website is an online gift shop that specializes in gag and humorous gifts. I think a buyer could use Stupid.com in many different ways, with our without a gift shop selling products. I am not sure if the website, customer database, and any products are included in the sale offering.

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Which “Top Sales Pick” Would You Want?

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Each week, I receive an email from Sedo detailing their top publicly reported domain name sales of the prior week. In addition to the list of domain name sales, the company also includes its choices for "Top Sales Picks" of the week. These domain names are listed for sale at Sedo and I believe most are actively brokered by Sedo's domain brokers.

I was looking at this week's list and thought about which name I like best. Here's a look at the list that was sent to me this afternoon:


  • Brandy.com

  • Can.com

  • Dollars.com

  • EKG.com

  • EM.com

  • MNW.com

  • Musicals.com

  • Nurses.com

  • TVO.com

  • TinyHouse.com


If you could own just one of these domain names, which would it be and why? → Read More


Sedo Job Opening: Country Manager for the UK

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If you are looking for a job within the domain name business, Sedo is looking to hire a Country Manager for the United Kingdom. Sedo is one of the largest domain name marketplaces, and it also offers an auction platform, domain name brokerage for higher end domain names, as well as a parking service.

Here is the job description from the listing:

"You are responsible for driving new and existing business in the UK market across all products and services while establishing and maintaining high-level relationships with key decision makers and ensuring both growth and long term client satisfaction."

In the profile section of the job listing, there is no requirement for domain industry experience. I am not sure if that is because the industry is so small or if Sedo would prefer to hire someone from (more…) → Read More


Did Print.com Sell via Sedo?

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According to the DomainTools domain registrant email I receive every morning, it looks like the Print.com domain name was briefly registered to Sedo's Transfer Service. This would indicate to me that the domain name was sold and is in escrow with Sedo.

When I checked the Whois information this morning, the domain name is now registered to an entity in the Netherlands. Prior to this, Print.com was registered to a California-based entity, according to DomainTools Whois history tool. Sedo's sold domain name RSS feed does not list Print.com. As of this morning, Print.com does not resolve to an active website, so I am unsure about how it will be used.

I reached out to several contacts at Sedo to see if they could confirm the sale, and if so, share any details about the sale. Dave Evanson, Sr. Domain Broker at Sedo, replied to me and said he was unable to comment about the domain name. I searched my email records, and I do not see any emails from Sedo mentioning the domain name, so if the company was involved in the deal, it may have → Read More


Apartment.in is Largest Sale at Sedo’s .IN Auction

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Sedo hosted an auction for .IN ccTLD domain names in conjunction with the WHD.India and NamesCon India conferences. The auction concluded today, and 23 .IN domain names were sold.

The largest sale in the auction was Apartment.in for $9,950. This was followed by Big.in for $4,999 and Get.in for $3,800. In total, just over $36,000 USD worth of domain names were sold. Based on some of the names that were sold (all of which are listed below), I would imagine some of these domain names could be used as "domain hacks" rather than for users targeting India-based companies.

Because the auctions just concluded today, these sales have not yet closed. Once payments for the domain names have been received, Sedo will report the sales publicly.

In other Sedo news today, Sedo broker Dave Evanson reported the sale of NOM.com for $86,500.

Here are the domain names that were sold in the .IN auction at Sedo: (more…) → Read More


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Domain Currency Sales price
j.de EUR 49000
ani.com $US 49000
owi.com EUR 24999
naturalbeauty.com $US 9999
este.com $US 9999
3620.com EUR