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This morning when I visited Sedo to search for new listings, I noticed a new banner under the header asking users to fill out a survey: “We need your Feedback! Help us to improve the search and thus your experience with answering a few questions.

The survey is being hosted via Google Forms, and it is reportedly anonymous. I do not know if Sedo will be able to track participants who may be logged in to their Google account when they do a survey though.

Results from Sedo’s Keyword Domain Auction

Sedo hosted a keyword domain name auction that ended earlier today, and the full list of sales are below. There were 82 domain names that sold in the auction, and the gross revenue was just north of $30,000 USD.

The largest sale in auction was VirusCleaner.com, which sold for 8100 EUR. Rafting.org sold for 2788 EUR, and PilsBeer.com sold for $2,051.

The full list of sales is below. As usual, the report was sent the same day the auction closed, so these results are not yet confirmed. Once the buyers submit payment and the domain names are transferred to the new registrants, Sedo will report the closed sales to DNJournal and NameBio.

(Update – this was a “Great Domains” monthly auction)

Sedo Keyword Domain Auction – May 2020:

Lifestyle.com Has 2,000,000 GBP Bid on Sedo (Updated)

Could we see the largest public domain name sale of the year in less than a week? Lifestyle.com has a 2,000,000 GBP bid in a Sedo auction, and it shows that the reserve has been met. At today’s exchange rate, that bid is $2,436,600 USD. The auction was first noted yesterday by Logan Flatt:

Dave Evanson Brokers the Sale of ElectricCar.com for $180,000

Dave Evanson, Senior Domain Broker at Sedo, announced that he brokered the sale of the ElectricCar.com domain name for $180,000. The sale announcement was posted on Dave’s Twitter account this morning:

Great Domains Results: Bier.DE Sold for 149,000 EUR (Updated)

The Great Domains monthly auction hosted by Sedo ended this afternoon. Bier.DE sold for 149,000 EUR, which is approximately $161,000 USD at today’s exchange rate. In addition to this sale, 5 other domain names sold for five figures each, with the $18,500 sale of KTG and the $15,000 sale of Louise.com also leading the pack. A total of 24 domain names were sold in this month’s auction.

Once the sale of Bier.DE closes, it will rank as the second largest .DE sale in the last 5 years, according to NameBio. Kaffee.DE sold for $237,474 in 2017. This sale will also rank as the second largest public ccTLD sale of the year, behind the sale of Free.co.uk, which sold for $205,000 last month (per DNJournal).

Plains.com Sold for $115,000 via Sedo

Sedo Sr. Broker Dave Evanson announced that he successfully brokered the sale of Plains.com for $115,000. The sale was announced by Dave this morning on Twitter:

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