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  • Go Daddy Auctions sells 39,488 domains in April

    1. BY - May 01, 2013
    2. Domain Sales
    3. 4 Comments

    Go Daddy Auctions sold close to 40,000 domains last month.

    Go Daddy has updated its Domain Market Report to reflect April numbers.

    In total, Go Daddy Auctions sold 39,488 domains during the month. This number is typically revised up after the initial report. In March Go Daddy sold 43,409 domains.

    The top ten sales last month were:

    seeq.com $33,000 – bought by a company in stealth mode. Afternic listing.
    thetoystore.com $18,000
    staycation.com $16,667 – a valuable domain for the local tourism industry. Buyer is protected by whois proxy.
    type2diabetes.net $14,499 – buyer creates medical discussion communities. It owns Migraine.com, MultipleSclerosis.net, and RheumatoidArthritis.net. Sedo Marketplace listing.
    globalpetro.com $14,000
    nses.com $12,500
    safrat.com $11,800
    hawaiianamanagement.com $11,000
    imedicus.com $10,000
    starbaby.com $10,000 – bought by Shanghai Starbaby Network Technologies Co., Ltd.

    20,529 domains were sold in auctions and 18,172 were buy-now transactions. 787 sales were the result of negotiations.

    The most common term in sold domains was “Online”, followed by “home”.

  • Go Daddy Auctions sells 35,156 in January

    1. BY - Feb 04, 2013
    2. Domain Sales
    3. 0 Comments

    Go Daddy has a good month for aftermarket sales.

    Go Daddy Auctions saw an uptick in sales last month, completing 35,156 domain sales. That’s higher than previous months by about 2,000 domain names.

    The top 10 sales were:

    numotion.com $45,750 – purchased by an advertising agency in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
    discountloans.com $39,000
    washingtondcrealestate.com $28,500 – sold by Frank Schilling, hasn’t transferred yet.
    topapps.com $25,000 – bought by the owner of GameTop.com. Appears to have been a sale through partnership with Sedo.
    empirestaterealty.com $25,000
    flowers.info $22,005 – from the Afilias .info sunrise auction
    rhg.com $19,999
    trafficlaw.com $18,500 – St. Louis law firm Onder Law bought the domain. Listing through AFternic.
    cnk.org $18,000 – bought by travel firm Cox and Kings.
    carebook.com $17,500

    The majority of domain names were purchased in auctions, but over 16,000 were sold with buy now prices.

    The most common terms found in sold domain names were “online”, “home”, “blog”, “best”, and “insurance”.

  • Go Daddy Auctions sold 32,767 domains in December, led by $50k Marchex deal

    1. BY - Jan 02, 2013
    2. Domain Sales
    3. 6 Comments

    Travel domain sells for $50,000 to lead Go Daddy sales last month.

    Go Daddy Auctions is reporting 32,767 domain names sold in December.

    The top sale was VisitSanFrancisco.com, a domain sold by Marchex. The $50,000 purchase was made by San Francisco Travel Association, which owns SanFrancisco.travel.

    Other top sales include:

    league.com $40,005
    zodia.com $35,421
    silvergate.com $22,000 – purchased by Silvergate Bank in Southern California. The bank’s site is SilvergateBank.com.
    beats.us $18,000 – bought by law firm, likely for a client
    grab.net $17,000
    cancer.info $16,005 – bought by Arizona home care agency Sunrise Health, which has been active in the domain aftermarket.
    cdf.com $14,005 – owner of cdf.cl bought the domain
    buildingcrowd.com $13,500 – building planning business bought the domain
    loans.info $12,205

    Cancer.info and Loans.info were part of the Afilias .info auction. The domains were claimed as part of the .info sunrise over a decade ago, but the trademark claims were later ruled invalid.

    As always, “Online” was by far the most popular term included in sold domains.

  • Go Daddy Auctions sells 32,151 domains in November

    1. BY - Dec 03, 2012
    2. Domain Sales
    3. 2 Comments

    MyModa.com and Funlife.com lead the way.

    Go Daddy has updated its Auctions Domain Market Report with results from last month.

    Last month Go Daddy auctions sold sold 32,151 domain names, which is down just slightly from the month before.

    Monthly domain sales in the low 30,000 range seems to be the new norm on the site.

    The top 10 sales last month were:

    MyModa.com $50,000
    Funlife.com $50,000 – currently in escrow with Afternic
    Brilliant.org $25,000
    LowRates.com $25,000 – bought by Sun West Mortgage Company, Inc., seems like a great purchase
    Betland.com $20,000
    Fastnet.com $15,000 – bought by FastNet International Limited, owner of Fastnet.co.uk
    JBW.com $15,000 – bought by JBW Timepieces, which owns JBWtime.com
    HeavyDuty.com $13,226
    Solaire.net $12,000
    Nationline.com $11,375

    The top keyword found in sold domains was once again “online”.

  • Go Daddy to auction .info “sunrise pending reallocation” domains

    1. BY - Nov 28, 2012
    2. Domain Sales
    3. 5 Comments

    Auction features domains originally reserved during 2001 sunrise.

    Domain name registry Afilias is working with Go daddy to auction off over 100 domain names claimed in the .info sunrise that were later deemed ineligible.

    The 106 domain auction runs December 4 through December 14.

    The domains were originally requested during the .info sunrise in 2001. This was one of the first ever “sunrise” periods for a top level domain launch that gave trademark holders first dibs on domains.

    As with this sunrise launch and a handful of others after it, the system was largely gamed.

    In the case of .info, World Intellectual Property Organization determined that about 1,400 sunrise registrations were invalid.

    DomainTools shows that 1,167 domains are still registered to “Afilias Ltd / Sunrise Pending Reallocation”.

    The auction includes some good keyword domains such as doctor.info/doctors.info, event.info, and land.info.

    All domains start at $100 with no reserves.

    It will be really interesting to see how much these domain sell for, especially in light of the impending release of hundreds of competitive top level domains.