Every day we scan more than one hundred thousand domains across all the major marketplaces and pending delete lists to find domains you can buy that have sold in the past. Sale history, like the age of a domain name, is a great proxy for quality to help the cream rise to the top. Today’s list has 148 domains for sale with history.
The top sale of the day was 81678.com which sold for $7,500 at NameJet. NameBio recorded 250 sales for a total of $155,675 with an average sale price of $623. Compared to the previous day there was an increase of 8% in the number of sales but the total dollar amount decreased by 31%. Continue reading
Every day we scan more than one hundred thousand domains across all the major marketplaces and pending delete lists to find domains you can buy that have sold in the past. Sale history, like the age of a domain name, is a great proxy for quality to help the cream rise to the top. Today’s list has 207 domains for sale with history.
Follow this advice when pricing a domain name and you will be well on your way to successful investing. These tips will seem like common sense to industry veterans, but I’ve found myself repeating them on the forums a lot recently so I thought it was time for a refresher course. Continue reading
Earlier today DomainInvesting.com published a press release from Uniregistry outlining their $29 million in sales year to date. Jeff Gabriel, the VP of sales at Uniregistry was kind enough to share the list of sales with me like he did last year, although almost $12 million in sales could not be disclosed. Continue reading
When you click on a domain name in our search results or comps tables the details page now includes search volume, cost per click, estimated monthly spend, and advertiser competition data. This will help you better understand why a domain name sold for the price that it did, and will save you time looking up the data yourself. Continue reading
I was reading an interesting thread over at NamePros about how to best BIN price your domains. Companies like BuyDomains and Mike Mann’s DomainMarket are well-known for pricing their domains ending in 88 rather than using round numbers.
The well-documented psychology behind doing this is that round numbers feel larger, and that by knocking off a few bucks you make the price seem more affordable, which will hopefully lead to more sales. But does it? Continue reading
Domain hacks are a lucrative niche in domain investing because they are popular among startups. For those who aren’t aware, a domain hack is a domain name that spells a word when you combine the SLD and the TLD, for example Famo.us or Sto.re.
However they have always been very difficult to find comparable sales for, the only option was to individually search ccTLDs that lend themselves nicely to domain hacks and then read through a ton of unrelated sales. Not any more! Continue reading
This past week we ran a contest with NamePros to give away two tickets to NamesCon 2017 valued at $799 each. Participants played The Domain Game, and each correct answer earned a raffle ticket for the random drawing. We were thrilled with the response, in total we handed out 30,258 raffle tickets and players were served up a total of 55,276 questions during the week; more questions than are usually played in an entire month! Continue reading
NameBio is excited to join forces with NamePros to give away two tickets to NamesCon, the premier domain industry conference, valued at $799 each. The event is being held from January 22-25 at the Tropicana in Las Vegas and is a great opportunity to learn and network with the best and brightest in the industry. Continue reading
I’m thrilled to announce that you can now search our database for pure Geo domain name sales and also Geo+Keyword! On the advanced search form on our home page you’ll see Geo as a Category, and it has subcategories of Cities, States / Regions, Countries, and Geo+Keyword. You can use these categories in combination with any other search filter. Continue reading