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Tale of Two Tandbergs: Tandberg Pays Tandberg Data $1.5 Million for Tandberg.com
  

The first 7-figure sale to come to light in 2007 is now on the books. Two Norwegian public companies actually completed their $1.5 million deal for Tandberg.com at the end of December but it just became public knowledge when Tandberg Data released a fourth quarter financial highlights report Thursday (Feb. 8). 

Tandberg Data, a leading global supplier and manufacturer of backup and archiving solutions, decided to take the cash offer for Tandberg.com from Tandberg, a leading global provider of visual communication products and services with dual headquarters in New York and Norway. Tandberg Data's site is now at TandbergData.com. To ease the transition, people who visit Tandberg.com are currently finding a split home page announcing the new web addresses for both companies.

By Ron Jackson

Tandberg is the larger of the two companies. In the fourth quarter of 2006, Tandberg had record revenues of just under $131 million. In the same quarter, Tandberg Data booked just over $46 million. By the way, we want to thank Karl-Oskar Fosshaug for bringing  this sale to our attention.

We also saw a six-figure sale finalized this week as InterracialSex.com completed escrow at $150,000. That domain was among the $2 million worth of names auctioned off at last month's Moniker.com live auction at the Internext Expo in Las Vegas. Four more auction names made it onto our new Top 20 chart and Moniker/DomainSystems added two others to give Moniker a hand in seven sales that earned spots on the Big Board.

Afternic.com placed two names on the top half of the elite list; #5 Manhunt.com at $72,222 and #9 Mooch.com at $20,000. Sedo.com also had a solid week, scoring big with #6 Strauss.com at $50,000 and landing four more names on the leader board. SnapNames.com was also a multiple winner with four charted domains, led by #7 Stockz.com at $25,000

.Com swept 17 of the 20 chart entries, with a .net, a .mobi and a ccTLD claiming the remaining slots. Moniker/DomainSystems parked Neutral.net in the 8th position at $20,300. Sedo stepped up again with #16 Save.mobi at $10,600 and Belgium gets credit for the country code representative as #17 Casino.be went to Didier Beernaert for 8,000 ($10,426) in a private transaction.

Here's a look at the complete Top 20 for the week ending Sunday, Feb. 11:

 

The DN Journal Top 20 
Reported Domain Sales - Mon. Feb. 5, 2007 - Sun. Feb. 11, 2007
Euro to Dollar Conversion ( to $) is Based on Rates in Effect Tue. Feb. 13

  Domain

Sold For

Where Sold
1. Tandberg.com $1,500,000 Pvt Sale
2. InterracialSex.com $150,000 Moniker Auction at Internext
3. Handjob.com $90,000 Moniker Auction at Internext
4. KinkySex.com $88,500 Moniker Auction at Internext
5. Manhunt.com $72,222 Afternic
6.  Strauss.com $50,000 Sedo
7. Stockz.com $25,000 SnapNames
8. Neutral.net $20,300 Moniker/
DomainSystems
9. Mooch.com $20,000 Afternic
10. PressPlay.com $17,850 SnapNames

11. TwelveOaks.com $13,250 SnapNames
12. Zong.com $13,000 Sedo
13. Presentes.com
("presents" in Spanish)
$12,600 Sedo
14. AmateurPictures.com $12,000 Moniker Auction at Internext
15. SexyUnderwear.com $11,500 Moniker Auction at Internext
16. Save.mobi $10,600 Sedo
17. Casino.be 8,000 = $10,426 Pvt Sale
18. DailyVideos.com $10,030 Moniker/
DomainSystems
19.
tie
PowerEdge.com $10,000 SnapNames
19.
tie
ClimbingWalls.com $10,000 Sedo

Keep in mind that these are the highest value sales that have been reported to us in the past week. This column is meant to be an educational tool, not a complete list documenting ALL high value domain sales. Such a list is impossible to produce because many sales are kept private at the insistence of buyers, sellers or both.

CLICK HERE for our Year-To-Date Charts.

.Com Supporting Cast

SnapNames supplemented their four chart entries with their usual cornucopia of four-figure treats, including Quakertown.com ($8,100), KidsTreehouse.com ($7,109) and DenverWeddings.com ($6,998). Puppies4U.com chewed up $5,211, Dessin.com drew $5,115 and Mealworms.com went for $5,009.

BiggestLosserClub.com found $5,000, PsycheMatters.com cracked $4,200 and SpiceMarket.com spawned $4,101. AZRetirement.com returned $4,100, OrganicBakery.com brought $3,601 and DisplayCabinet.com contributed $3,557. SnapNames had 22 more .com sales ranging from $2,000 to just under $3,500. You can see those in the table below.

Additional SnapNames Sales Between $2,000-$3,500
churchlife.com $3,456   mrdot.com $2,395
handh.com $3,436 昆山.com (xn--rhtv6t.com)
(IDN for Chinese city "Kunshan")
$2,374
turnovers.com $3,433 indiahome.com $2,350
nocallwisconsin.com $3,433 voicemailgreetings.com $2,250
videoflash.com $3,300 nbsmoker.com $2,250
bikepoint.com $3,300 europen.com $2,200
capitalchevrolet.com $3,200 vetrina.com $2,162
dreidels.com $2,862 digitaldictation.com $2,100
miraclethumbs.com $2,800 victorys.com $2,051
ppsfun.com $2,600 onlineapproval.com $2,000
bankruptcysolutions.com $2,600 child-safety.com $2,000

At BuyDomains, HealthLife.com ladled out $6,000 while SuperCheap.com and AirportTransfer.com turned in $5,000 each.  CutAndPaste.com posted $4,500, ImperialCars.com cranked out $4,488 and four others; RetireWell.com, PetsLife.com, MimTech.com and GreenDays.com drummed up $4,000 each. 

CanadaLaw.com claimed $3,850 while SpanishMagazines.com and EcoSolar.com soaked up $3,688 each. Another trio of domains that included VisionLabs.com, UrbanBank.com and DiscountOutlet.com delivered $3,500 apiece. BuyDomains had 53 more .com sales ranging from $2,000 and just under $3,500. You can check those out in the table below.

Additional BuyDomain Sales Between $2,000-$3,500
tradeyourhome.com $3,488   allclean.com $2,488
concertconnections.com $3,400 sterlingteam.com $2,300
studiolo.com $3,388 statecourts.com $2,300
customers4life.com $3,350 eguardian.com $2,300
homecarenetwork.com $3,288 businessfund.com $2,300
renaissancevillage.com $3,100 highwaytechnology.com $2,288
durco.com $3,100 globalopinion.com $2,288
talktext.com $3,088 electricland.com $2,288
vipchat.com $3,000 insuranceauctions.com $2,200
moorecounty.com $3,000 governmentprinting.com $2,188
greencash.com $3,000 assetguardian.com $2,188
theamericanacademy.com $2,888 integrityaccounting.com $2,100
jazzport.com $2,888 upforanything.com $2,088
hemos.com $2,888 thealmost.com $2,088
dancejam.com $2,888 searchparts.com $2,088
netinnovation.com $2,800 race-parts.com $2,088
mdrealestateagent.com $2,715 gamestudios.com $2,088
selectstocks.com $2,700 vistadesign.com $2,000
bionetwork.com $2,688 smartcomputers.com $2,000
luxuryliner.com $2,500 showcasesports.com $2,000
intranetworks.com $2,500 onlineevent.com $2,000
greatdesign.com $2,500 nutristore.com $2,000
intellibase.com $2,488 kampers.com $2,000
humancommunity.com $2,488 idsecurity.com $2,000
everydayeasy.com $2,488 anaxagoras.com $2,000
euromediterranee.com $2,488 absoluteweightloss.com $2,000
clicktogo.com $2,488   

BuyDomains racked up more than 200 more .com sales ranging from $1,900 all the way down to the $350 paid for OnscreenAdvertising.com. At Name Media sister site Afternic.com, HomeTests.com discovered $7,875, SellAvon.com rang up $7,500 and CreditDeals.com deposited $5,500. DanceJam.com kicked in $2,888, RealityBites.com booked $2,700, ClinicalPsychology.com uncovered $2,500 and ClassUp.com clicked for $2,000

In additional sales completed this week from the Moniker/Internext live auction, CelebrityMovie.com did $8,500 at the box office, BondagePics.com brought $6,750 and UpskirtPics.com snapped $6,500. Inherited.com hauled in $6,100, AdultBusiness.com generated $6,000 and PrescriptionDrugPlans.com dispensed $5,000. Other winners included ExhibitBooths.com ($3,600), BusinessPermits.com ($2,750), FreeAmateurPics.com ($2,500) and NetworkingDevices.com ($2,250)

At Pool.com, BustyModels.com connected for $4,600 and TopDownload.com tacked on $3,655.  At Enom's Club Drop, NewYorkMinute.com clocked in at $3,800 and Chaogu.com captured $2,400. Meanwhile, back at Sedo Markus Sonermo got a very good deal on PokerCenter.com at $3,300.

Global Contenders (.biz, .info, .mobi, .net & .org)

Neutral.net handed .net its second straight win on the Global Contenders chart with that $20,300 sale at Moniker/DomainSystems that you saw earlier on the top half of the all extension leader board. Overall, .net swept half of the 20 positions on our new GC chart.

.Org was next with six entries, led by #3 Rakeback.org, a name that sold at Sedo for $6,500. .Mobi claimed the runner-up spot this week with Sedo's $10,600 sale of Save.mobi. The seller picked that domain up just three months ago for $3,200 a private transaction. .Mobi charted again with AutoRentals.mobi tying for 15th at $2,000

.Info also hit the daily double with Sermon.info tying for 11th place at $2,500 and #19 PinarDelRio.info going for $1,600. Both of those names changed hands in private transactions.  Here's how all of the GC top sellers stacked up for the week ending February 11:



Global Contenders Top 20
 Highest Reported Non .Com Global TLD  Sales 
(.Net, .Org, .Biz & .Info) Mon. Feb. 5, 2007 - Sun. Feb. 11, 2007
Euro to Dollar Conversion ( to $) is Based on Rates in Effect Feb. 13

  Domain

Sold For

Where Sold
1. Neutral.net $20,300 Moniker/ DomainSystems
2.  Save.mobi $10,600 Sedo
3.  Rakeback.org  $6,500 Sedo
4. OralSex.org $5,500 Moniker Auction at Internext
5. JoinTheMovement.org $5,000 Sedo
6. LuxuryHotels.net  2,950 = $3,846 Sedo
7. Pacemaker.net $3,500 Afternic
8. Actis.org $3,217 SnapNames
9. Bikeland.net $3,000 BuyDomains
10. Warrior.org $2,700 SnapNames

11.
tie
Sermon.info $2,500 Pvt Sale
11.
tie
Dealmaker.net $2,500 Sedo
13. GroupInsurance.net $2,400 BuyDomains
14. NudeGirls.org $2,360 Moniker Auction at Internext
15.
tie
PokerForever.net $2,000 Sedo
15.
tie
AutoRentals.mobi $2,000 Sedo
17. PhotosPorno.net $1,900 SnapNames
18. TapTap.net $1,605 BuyDomains
19. PinarDelRio.info $1,600 Pvt Sale
20. Resell.net $1,501 SnapNames

CLICK HERE for our Year-To-Date Charts.

There were 23 more four-figure GC sales just off the chart and BuyDomains accounted for 13 of those. All but one of the names on their list were .nets, the lone exception being WorldHeadquarters.org at $1,000. The .nets BuyDomains sold included Oned.net ($1,500), GSEA.net ($1,500), GreenWorld.net ($1,500) and HealthLife.net ($1,350)

They added $1,265 for PayUp.net and $1,250 for ExtendHealth.net while three others; SuperCheap.net, Pousadas.net and FlipBook.net brought $1,200 each. BuyDomains had another trio at $1,000 apiece that included InfoDirect.net, Altan.net and Adcom.net.

At SnapNames, FloridaGuard.net fetched $1,500, Helicoptere.net notched $1,450 and MiningImpacts.net produced $1,178. SnapNames also sold a pair of IDNs for $1,050 each; رات.net (xn--kgbdbap4b0ij), Arabic for "Emirates" and 中华人民共和国.net  
(xn--fiq4mp3eqscr2bfxgex2c) which is Chinese for "The People's Republic of China".

Elsewhere, Sedo sold CPH.biz for 1,111 ($1,448), KitchenRenovations.net cooked up $1,018 at TDNAM.com and 357.net unlocked $1,204 on Ebay. In a couple of additional sales from the Moniker/Internext auction, AdultMovie.mobi made $1,181 and SexCartoons.mobi drew $1,000.

Country Codes

Belgium reigns over the County Code Top 20 this week thanks to that 8,000 ($10,426) sale of Casino.be that also made the all extension leader board. Germany's .de has the most overall entries with six, including #2 Bei-uns.de ("with us" in German) and #3 Meineklasse.de ("my class" in German). The latter two domains were both sold at Sedo, a venue that swept 15 of the 20 chart entries.

Spain's .es and the European Union's .eu each charted three domains this week. No other countries had more than one. Among those with solo entries were Great Britain with #5 Juggling.co.uk at 2,670 ($5,196) and the Cocos (Keeling) Islands with #6 Ringtones.cc at $5,000. The other ccTLDs represented this week were .in (India), .ca (Canada), .us (United States), .cn (China) and .tv (Tuvalu)

Here's a look at the complete Country Code chart for the week ending February 11:



Country Code Top 20
 Highest Reported ccTLD  Sales: Mon. Feb. 5, 2007 - Sun. Feb. 11, 2007
Euro to Dollar Conversion ( to $) is Based on Rates in Effect Tue. Feb. 13

  Domain

Sold For

Where Sold
1. Casino.be 8,000 = $10,426 Pvt Sale
2.  Bei-uns.de
("with us" in German)
5,250 = $6,843 Sedo
3. Meineklasse.de 
("my class" in German)
5,000 = $6,518 Sedo
4. Anal.es 4,500 = $5,866 Sedo
5. Juggling.co.uk 2,670 = $5,196 Sedo
6. Ringtones.cc $5,000 Sedo
7. Kreditmarkt.de
("credit market" in German)
3,500 = $4,562 Sedo
8. Kiteschule.de
("kite school" in German)
3,105 = $4,047 Sedo
9. NST.eu $4,000 Afternic
10. Concast.eu $3,432 Moniker/
DomainSystems

11. GamesLive.de 2,600 = $3,389 Sedo
12. Condoms.es 2,000 = $2,607 Sedo
13.
tie
PokerNet.es 1,999 = $2,606 Sedo
13.
tie
WebClips.de
1,950 = $2,542 Sedo
15. WAP.in $2,500 Sedo
16. StreetAdvisor.ca $2,000 Sedo
17. REI.us $2,000 Sedo
18. Kipling.cn $1,897 Moniker/
DomainSystems
19. PokerSoftware.eu 1,300 = $1,695 Sedo
20. Detroit.tv $1,660 Afternic

CLICK HERE for our Year-To-Date Charts.

There were eight more four-figure sales just off the ccTLD chart. Sedo and Afternic split those with four apiece. Afternic sold InsuranceAgents.us ($1,575), Flex.cc ($1,200), 73.ca ($1,100) and Pharmacies.us ($1,000).

Sedo's sales included HomeShopping.at (Austrian ccTLD) at 1,150 ($1,499), OstseeCamping.eu at 1,000 ($1,303), Fremd.de at 1,000 ($1,303) and Kosmetikwelt.de ("cosmetic world" in German) at 900 ($1,173).

Now that you're up to date on what happened over the past week, check out how the leaders stand year to date in all categories by visiting our Year To Date Charts page.

*****

As always, we welcome all verifiable sales reports from companies, private sellers or individuals with knowledge of an important sale made through any channel. To contribute information and help make this column better,  just drop a note to editor@dnjournal.com.

We truly appreciate the industry leading companies who share their sales information with us to help everyone in the business get a handle on current domain values. Richard Meyer of DotCom Group, LLC also provides invaluable help in collecting data for these sales reports each week.

Every Tuesday we publish the highest reported domain name sales for the previous week. On Monday our contributors send us their sales data for the previous 7 days. We then compile that information and write this report for Tuesday night publication to give you the freshest sales report in the industry. 

Editor's Note: If you wish to review previous Domain Sales columns, they are available in our Archive.


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