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The Sales Roundup, GoDaddy Special: Why Ingles.com Sold for $400,000, and More

Last week, I published my first "GoDaddy Special" edition of The Sales Roundup, from the recent list of GoDaddy-facilitated sales that the company disclosed. In this...

The Sales Roundup: Why BTI.com Sold for $100,000, and More…

In my Sales Roundup this week, I'm taking a look to find the stories behind four sales from DNJournal's weekly chart covering sales from February 10th - 16th, 2020. As always with The Sales Roundup, we're looking to find out why each domain name may have achieved the price it did. 

The Sales Roundup: Why Cico.com Sold for $49,050, and More

In this week's Sales Roundup, I'm looking at five sales from the DNJournal chart published on April 1st, 2020. I'll be looking into the stories behind these sales, to decipher exactly why each of the domains managed to sell for the price they did. There are some interesting backstories to the buyers of some of these domain names. 

The Sales Roundup: Why Therapists.com Sold for $91,183, and More

The Sales Roundup is a weekly insight into why certain domains sell for specific prices. We see tonnes of data every day, and it's often very difficult to understand why a certain domain sells for a certain amount.In my Sales Roundup, I'm looking at the story behind five domain sales that were listed on the DNJournal chart, published on May 13th, 2020. Those five names are Therapists.com, UHR.de, Cappuccino.com, Searcher.com, and WI.de.

The Sales Roundup: Why AOA.com and Shop.app Sold for $200,000 Each

The Sales Roundup is a weekly blog post that looks into the backstory to any domain name sale. We constantly have domain sales data presented to us, but what is the story behind the sale? Why did a name sell for a specific amount?In this week's Sales Roundup, I'm looking at 5 sales from the DNJournal chart published on April 15th, 2020. The names include two $200,000 sales, two one-word .COM's and a name I'm puzzled about.

The Sales Roundup: Why OA.com Sold for $614,940, and More

In this week's Sales Roundup, I'm taking a deep dive into the stories behind some of the domain names that recently reached the top of DNJournal's weekly sales chart to find out why these domains sold for the prices that they did.Today, I'm looking at five top sales from 9th March 2020 to 15th March 2020, as listed by the industry-leading data from DNJournal.