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Sedo’s Great Domains September auction closed last week, and I have posted the results blow. The six figure sale of Fahrrad.com was the highest value sale. According to Wikipedia, fahrrad means “bicycle” in German.

In total, the auction did close to a quarter of a million USD. (P) below indicates a website/content was included with the domain name.

September Great Domains auction results:

fahrrad.com (P) 90000 EUR
doctor.co.uk 24999 £
brasile.it 15601 EUR
planten.nl 14000 EUR
township.com 13733 $US
ptz.com 5300 $US
workwear.nl 5099 EUR
lasvegas.com.br 4999 $US
weddingconsultant… 1499 $US
fitnessclub.co.uk 1125 £
bargaining.com 999 $US
4701.com 961 $US
int.co.uk 938 £
imid.com 910 $US
gi.gs 900 £
4418.com 820 $US
inbound.net 750 £
feurig.de 499 EUR
cape.net 465 EUR
ukt.net 420 $US
zipcode.biz 400 $US
smack.it 360 EUR
0.gs 360 $US
idv.co.uk 295 £
kyki.com 231 $US
enks.com 230 $US
gameshow.co.uk 210 £
bunns.com 175 $US
gameshow.net 162 £
cess.net 161 $US
majorly.com 160 $US
bestalbum.com 160 $US
bi.gs 121 $US
reqia.com 110 $US
gameupdate.com (P) 110 $US
kuchenrezepte.info 100 EUR
vhnp.com 100 $US
seniority.net 100 $US
enlarges.com 100 $US
coursenligne.com 100 $US
heatingpad.net 100 $US
creditbanking.net 100 EUR
cheerlead.net 100 $US


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Comments (10)

    Bruce Tedeschi

    That is pathetic

    October 1st, 2012 at 12:09 pm

      patti

      I found it discouraging. : \

      October 1st, 2012 at 7:56 pm

    LAIDE

    why is it that .org domain names aren’t there, does it mean that they are valueless or what?

    October 1st, 2012 at 2:30 pm

      Elliot Silver

      You can’t really make a blanket statement about a registry. Help.org has significant value, but RedHeadedHookers.org does not (in my opinion).

      October 1st, 2012 at 2:37 pm

    LAIDE

    @eb, you are correct, i will try to list my 3 letter .org with them

    October 1st, 2012 at 2:56 pm

    Talk like this

    Why do i see the same problem here as well in sedo regarding the currency valuation ?

    The list should be according to the highest $$$$$or lowest $$
    the value of € is different then $$ or pound
    so, if you put little extra effort and convert all the currency to us$ that will give the better picture.

    October 1st, 2012 at 2:58 pm

    Johnnie

    I think there is an ongoing inability from the folks at Sedo, or whoever they put in charge of picking names, to pick good domain names, hence these pathetic auction results. It’s been going on for awhile now. I see better names available daily over at Namejet and this is they best they can do for a monthly auction?

    October 1st, 2012 at 3:30 pm

      James

      It nearly imposiple to get a real premium domain on the Sedo premium auctions, the same with top domains. For me it almost looks like someone at Sedo are selling and picking own domains.
      Cause why would you list so shit names, when many sellers have better they want listed.

      October 2nd, 2012 at 6:48 am

    Mitch

    So, on those $100 sales,
    does sedo get 10%, or $60.00
    What a joke.

    October 1st, 2012 at 6:24 pm

      Elliot Silver

      Perhaps new clients, too. Even if they don’t make much revenue, they still get new clients to sign up I assume.

      October 1st, 2012 at 6:26 pm

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