Brandable domain name sales week 15:,,

It was another strong showing for the brandable category once again. The list below contains a 50/50 mix of both end-user and reseller sales but if it wasn’t for the sales venue if would have been hard to say which of these domain names sold to end-users and which of them to other domain name investors., a dropped domain sold for a whopping $20k on DropCatch. The company that previously owned it still owns the .de version of the domain from which they operate their e-commerce business selling utilities to students and teachers. I doubt they will be interested in buying back the .com they previously dropped for $20k+.If it was that valuable to them they wouldn’t have dropped it in the first place IMO.

Here’s this weeks list:

Domain NamePriceWhere$20,050DropCatch$10,000Sedo$10,000Sedo$9,200GoDaddy$8,800Sedo$8,750Sedo$8,100Sedo$8,000NameJet$7,500Sedo$6,766NameJet$6,600Sedo$6,000DropCatch$5,950Flippa$5,655GoDaddy$5,500Sedo$5,500Sedo$4,999Sedo$4,569NameJet$4,488BuyDomains$4,173Sedo

Please do keep in mind that these are the highest sales that have been reported at NameBio et al. This list is meant to help give you insights and is nowhere near complete as many sales are kept private and the major marketplaces specializing in brandable domains do not report their sales. Some domain name sales might not have been paid for yet. 

If you know of any recent, verifiable brandable domain name sales please do let me know so I can include them in next week’s report.

Doron Vermaat

Doron has over a decade of professional experience in marketing and business development for technology startups in both Europe and Asia. He is the product guy behind domain name management software, Efty and the founder of High West a specialized recruiter for tech and digital talent. In his spare time, he moonlights as a domain name investor. He lives in bustling Hong Kong with his wife Fay, daughter Isla and their rescue dog Pepper.

4 thoughts on “Brandable domain name sales week 15:,,

  1. [… ] but if it wasn’t for the sales venue if would have been hard to say which of these domain names sold to end-users and which of them to other domain name investors

    Spot on!

    The prices get worse week-in, week-out, making it far more difficult to be a successful domainer, but in the long-run the cream will rise to the top. It’s clear though that up until recently domains offered super-normal profits, and through increased competition in an industry with zero obstacles to entry those super-normal profits are getting eroded away via increased competition. It will probably get a lot worse before it gets better…

  2. could have gone better, i guess. It has good domain name, and it is more like some capital firm could use it, it’s like more branded name already.

  3. It makes me wonder how a company operating in any lower extension like take an example of UniMall who currently runs under .de and dropped .com. If they forgot, that’s a possibility. But if it was dropped with knowledge, we can just keep guessing the main purpose behind it!

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