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Afternic Records Over $300k in .com Sales ($2k+)

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The weekly Afternic public sales report was released today, and the company reported over $300,000 in .com sales, considering public sales of $2,000 or higher. The company had 110 public sales between $1,000 – $1,999, which are not included in the report below.

Sincerely.com, which led the sales chart for the week, was a Afternic DLS sale. Personally, I think FearNoEvil.com is a great brand name, and it was a privately owned domain name that was sold by Gregg Ostrick.

All Afternic public .com sales of $2,000+ from last week are listed below:

sincerely.com $20,000.00
tview.com $19,550.00
funlink.com $16,000.00
fearnoevil.com $6,500.00
VMed.com $6,300.00
amnion.com $6,000.00
mountainholidays.com $5,995.00
trat.com $5,900.00
marketsmarts.com $5,500.00
onedesk.com $5,000.00
Greenchat.com $5,000.00
webtrack.com $5,000.00
heartlandloans.com $4,788.00
pnlp.com $4,388.00
intelligentinsurance.com $4,300.00
jcstar.com $3,988.00
rocketpack.com $3,900.00
mathalive.com $3,800.00
yourdocs.com $3,788.00
foodpop.com $3,588.00
libertynews.com $3,588.00
offshoredirect.com $3,500.00
utourpia.com $3,410.00
cinemanetwork.com $3,188.00
connectnetwork.com $3,188.00
localbaby.com $3,188.00
debtmarkets.com $3,188.00
skiandsport.com $3,000.00
asiaforless.com $3,000.00
stockon.com $3,000.00
goodoffers.com $3,000.00
omart.com $3,000.00
evergreenmemories.com $2,988.00
teapeople.com $2,869.00
quickshopper.com $2,800.00
nature-photos.com $2,788.00
traya.com $2,788.00
NextMvp.com $2,595.00
collegebiz.com $2,590.00
pickdeal.com $2,588.00
airoffice.com $2,588.00
ambus.com $2,588.00
docdeals.com $2,588.00
funbands.com $2,550.00
feelgoodnews.com $2,500.00
gotsoft.com $2,500.00
thecurator.com $2,500.00
explorebritain.com $2,500.00
buzztrack.com $2,500.00
fieldreports.com $2,500.00
BANKFAIR.com $2,500.00
storagesmart.com $2,500.00
wmpn.com $2,500.00
debenedetti.com $2,488.00
entrepreneurcountry.com $2,488.00
takeresponsibility.com $2,488.00
trotamundo.com $2,477.00
artabout.com $2,477.00
jobgallery.com $2,477.00
fleximed.com $2,400.00
darkclouds.com $2,400.00
behealthybehappy.com $2,388.00
filmtank.com $2,377.00
bostonshuttle.com $2,358.00
chinimplant.com $2,300.00
coldfusiondevelopers.com $2,250.00
creditauction.com $2,200.00
altmarketing.com $2,188.00
tempshare.com $2,188.00
microrewards.com $2,088.00
climbaboard.com $2,088.00
ceobook.com $2,088.00
talkingfrench.com $2,062.00
changesmart.com $2,000.00
grunder.com $2,000.00
soggybottom.com $2,000.00
prolegacy.com $2,000.00
oneworldcommunications.com $2,000.00
balancefinancial.com $2,000.00
natureunlimited.com $2,000.00
shoesandhandbags.com $2,000.00
motormagic.com $2,000.00
allianceadvantage.com $2,000.00
gadgets4all.com $2,000.00
arcticexplorer.com $2,000.00
ventureincubator.com $2,000.00
freshpoints.com $2,000.00
RosesToday.com $2,000.00
broadbandserviceproviders.com $2,000.00
acousticaudio.com $2,000.00


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Comments (2)

    M

    Every week, for years and years, we see hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of .COM domain sales. Businesses set up shop and establish themselves, obviously bigger businesses since they are spending top dollar, and the extension becomes even more entrenched into the fabric of the internet. Yet certain persons in the industry continue to push and tout ccTLD’s and gTLD’s on everyone …. wake up people! Use your eyes, don’t fall for it.

    And congrats to Afternic and their new business model, it’s clearly picking up steam

    March 23rd, 2011 at 2:30 am

    M

    ** Correction – I meant ‘millions’ – not hundreds of thousands

    March 23rd, 2011 at 2:33 am

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