May Great Domains Auction Nets $175k
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May Great Domains Auction Nets $175k

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Sedo’s May Great Domains auction ended last week, and the converted total sales value in USD was $174,838.09. The largest sale was MPH.com for $62,000. Several three letter .com domain names sold in this auction for fairly solid prices considering the letters.

I believe this is one of the most successful Great Domains auctions in a while, with the exception of the auction that included the sale of Moms.com (for over $250,000). Listed below are the sales from this month’s auction.

mph.com 62000 $US
engineer.co.uk 10099 £
upv.com 10000 EUR
child.org 9976 EUR
sbq.com 9300 EUR
chz.com 9100 EUR
kjq.com 8600 EUR
d-y.com 5655 EUR
booklets.com 5099 $US
emq.com 5000 $US
bagsonline.com 4200 EUR
good.info 1550 $US
suite.de 1200 EUR
brl.net 1049 $US
bfc.net 910 £
yus.net 810 $US
elh.net 800 EUR
strasse.de 799 EUR
eliminates.com 616 $US
36.nl 499 EUR
sjj.net 496 $US
wqs.net 412 $US
intelligent.co 410 $US
cne.co.uk 410 £
condiments.net 260 $US
chicagodeli.com 250 $US
phonesex.us 250 $US
digishops.com 239 £
reclose.com 170 $US
optimists.net 130 $US
fylu.com 119 EUR
cooky.net 119 $US
wuay.com 109 EUR
times.us 109 $US
toyda.com 99 $US
glusher.com 99 $US
deceive.net 99 EUR
glaced.com 99 $US
cigarettescheaper.com 99 EUR
warez.tv 99 $US
sadden.com 99 $US


About The Author: Elliot Silver is an Internet entrepreneur and publisher of DomainInvesting.com. Elliot is also the founder and President of Top Notch Domains, LLC, a company that has sold seven figures worth of domain names in the last five years. Please read the DomainInvesting.com Terms of Use page for additional information about the publisher, website comment policy, disclosures, and conflicts of interest.


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Comments (2)

    Domenclature.com

    MPH.com is a serial seller. I recall it selling on Francois site, and there was no verification of it there. I also recall it selling a few more times since then. Therefore, there should be some type of government verification of these sales claims by these after market sites. Just my opinion.

    May 28th, 2013 at 1:37 pm

    Betty

    Hi Elliot! You have more experience than me. This is what is happening: I have a domain name that is parked with a domain name parking company. This is a dot co domain and it has never received visitors/traffic since I parked it, about 3 years ago, but today all of sudden it started receiving visitors, I saw about 140 visitors today, and all of them coming from one country only. What do you think may be the reason why this is happening??
    Thanks
    Emma

    May 28th, 2013 at 5:32 pm

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