August Great Domains Results
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August Great Domains Results


Sedo’s Great Domains monthly auction ended yesterday, and I have posted the results below. I think the $9,999 price for was pretty good, but the total value of under $50k is pretty poor.

Keep in mind the sales below are most likely not paid yet. If you saw something you liked at auction but it didn’t sell, now would be the time to contact Sedo to negotiate a better deal.

Great Domains August 2012 Results: 9999 USD 4999 EUR 3300 USD 2960 USD 2550 USD 1650 USD 1610 USD 999 USD 900 EUR 900 EUR 800 GBP 760 USD
companycreditcard… 750 EUR 499 EUR 499 USD 430 GBP 410 GBP 400 GBP 300 USD 250 EUR 249 GBP 150 EUR 110 USD 110 USD 100 EUR 100 EUR 100 EUR 100 EUR 85 GBP

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Comments (6)


    Most of these names would have earned a ratio of 1:9 likes/dislikes on Elliots for sale list.

    August 24th, 2012 at 11:20 am


    There were three lll.coms in the auction, and none of them reached their reserves.

    The reserves weren’t outrageous, so it really seems to be a slow market at the moment.

    August 24th, 2012 at 11:23 am

      Elliot Silver

      I agree that the market is a bit slow right now because of the summer and probably the economic uncertainty.

      August 24th, 2012 at 11:26 am

      Luke Summers

      I bought one on that list.

      I like a slow market. It means that occasionally bargains can be found with little or no bidding competition.

      I’ve had a pretty incredible run with drops over the last couple of months too.

      August 24th, 2012 at 11:49 am


      Outrageous reserves that aren’t met does not = slow market.
      Outrageous reserves = sellers who don’t know market prices/conditions.

      August 24th, 2012 at 12:14 pm
    August 24th, 2012 at 12:16 pm

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