GoDaddy has announced its top sales for October 2020, in an email released today. The top sale is SelfMade.com, which sold for $977,500. There were also four other six-figure sales revealed including Skates.com for $150,000, CGD.com for $150,000, Rever.com for $107,222, and JOD.com for $100,000.
SelfMade.com was acquired by Stoff & Stil, a fabric and hobby craft brand, as part of what looks like an upcoming rebrand. According to the landing page at SelfMade.com, the company will be using the “Selfmade” brand name in some form.
Skates.com, the second-largest sale revealed by GoDaddy for October 2020, was acquired by T&G Sports LLC for $150,000. Unsurprisingly, Skates.com now hosts a store selling skates – from inline skates to ice skates. T&G also owns and operates TennisRacquets.com.
Of the other six-figure sales from GoDaddy’s list is CGD.com ($150,000), which made its way to China, Rever.com, which also moved to China according to WHOIS, and JOD.com, which was acquired by Just One Dime and currently redirects to JustOneDime.com.
Also on GoDaddy’s sale list is:
- Mumbai.com – $99,000
- LightRock.com – $94,888 (covered here)
- AutomationCloud.com – $90,000
- FactCheck.com – $85,000
- Dabble.com – $75,000
- NIP.com – $74,000
- CarAccidents.com – $72,000
- UX.co – $62,500
- Bontu.com – $62,400
- Strongest.com – $60,000
- PMRC.com – $58,000
- Glovebox.com – $57,000
- ModernComputing.com – $53,900
- PHOS.com – $52,875
Congratulations to the buyers and sellers involved, and kudos to GoDaddy for continuing to release domain sales data, which I think is something that’s vital to the domain industry.