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Numeric Domains Help .Coms Sweep 19 of 20 Entries on This Week's Sales Chart

.Com  reminded everyone it's good to be king this week as they swept every position but one on our latest all extension Top 20 Sales  Chart. We were also again reminded that it is good to have Chinese buyers in the market as they continued to pay premium prices for  short domains, especially of the 3-letter or numeric variety. One from the latter group - 458.com - led this week's hit parade after being sold through Tracy Fogarty's eNaming.com for a cool $140,000. eNaming also claimed the #3 slot with OLife.com at $80,000

Sandwiched in between those two was BlueStar.com, a domain that DomainHoldings broker Hobi Michalec moved for $90,000. A new broker at DomainHoldings, Michelle Ehrlich, also made a nice debut this week, putting #17 (tie) ACTN.com on the Big Board at $15,000

A pair of sales at Michael Mann's DomainMarket.com helped round out the first five. #4 BroadSpectrum.com brought $75,000 and Human Edge.com shared the #5 spot after changing hands for $40,000. Sedo co-starred in that position with their own $40,000 sale of SexShows.com

By Ron Jackson

#7 WMD.com brought the short domain theme back to center stage with Paul W. Smith Jr. selling that domain through 4.cn for $37,500. Two more short numerics also landed on the elite list. DomainsNext.com sold #12 0145.com for $18,000 and Flippa.com teamed up with DomainHoldings to move #13 1095.com for $17,566.

I mentioned that the .coms took every chart entry but one. The lone exception was a one-letter ccTLD - #11 I.la - that sold for $19,900 at Sedo. The non .com gTLDs were left on the outside looking in but Flippa did have two nice five-figure .org sales off the chart -  Stockholm.org at $12,800 and OF.org at $10,601

Sedo rang up the most charted sales with seven while DomainMarket booked five. The big week for .com was also aided by IndusDomains.com who banked $15,000 for #17 (tie) BlackBuck.com.  . 

Here is how all of the sales leaders stacked up for the week ending Sunday, July 12:

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The DN Journal Top 20 
Highest Reported Domain Sales - Mon. July 6,2015 - Sun. July 12, 2015
(Foreign currency to U.S. Dollar Conversions Based on Rates in Effect July 15, 2015)

  Domain

Sold For

Where Sold
1. 458.com $140,000 eNaming
2. BlueStar.com $90,000 DomainHoldings
3. Olife.com $80,000 eNaming
4. BroadSpectrum.com $75,000 DomainMarket
5.
tie
HumanEdge.com $40,000 DomainMarket
5.
tie
SexShows.com $40,000 Sedo
7. WMD.com $37,500 4.cn
8. TPay.com $36,000 Sedo
9. TopHot.com $35,000 DomainMarket
10. IndustrialHeat.com $22,500 DomainMarket

11. I.la $19,900 Sedo
12. 0145.com $18,000 DomainsNext
13. 1095.com $17,566 Flippa/
DomainHoldings
14.
tie
MegaBundle.com €15,000 = $16,650 Sedo
14.
tie
Pharaon.com €15,000 = $16,650 Sedo
16. Limax.com £10,000 = $15,600 Sedo
17.
tie
ACTN.com $15,000 DomainHoldings
17.
tie
BlackBuck.com $15,000 IndusDomains
17.
tie
EdgeMusic.com $15,000 DomainMarket
17.
tie
Hyst.com $15,000 Sedo

Keep in mind that these are the highest value cash only 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. Our procedure for verifying the accuracy of domain sales reports is available here.

CLICK HERE for our Year-To-Date Top Sales Charts

Click Link Below for
The All-Time Top 20 All-Cash Domain Sales Reported By DNJournal.com
 (2003 to Now)

There were nine more five-figure sales off the chart led by DomainMarket's $13,500 sale of SpyApp.com. They picked up another $12,000 for IncredibleWomen.com. As I noted earlier, Flippa fetched $12,800 for Stockholm.org and added $10,601 for OF.org

IndusDomains drew $12,500 for KitchenClub.com while Sedo added four more sales at this level including YouWish.com ($12,480), Ads.es ($11,101), FactorWise.com ($10,000) and MedicalTranscription.com ($10,000)

.Com Supporting Cast

Sedo led the .Com Supporting Cast of four-figure sales with Beebee.com at $9,999. Diff.com and WifiShare.com kicked in $8,000 each and GrandLotto.com landed $7,800. Improvex.com produced $7,215, MIXC.com commanded $6,882 and MyHappy.com hauled in $6,870.

PSAAdmin.com clicked for $6,500, Smartel.com deposited $6,438 and HotelApps.com booked $6,199. KanalIstanbul.com corralled $6,000, Teabot.com brewed $5,800 and MonstersOfRock.com drummed up $5,550. Sedo had 32 more four-figure .com sales ranging from $2,000 to $5,000 that are listed in the table below:

Additional Sedo .com Sales Between $2,000 - $5,000
addoc.com $5,000   everythingsound.com $3,000
sinecure.com $5,000 jet21.com $3,000
storebuilder.com $5,000 swarve.com $3,000
proxess.com $4,995 cosmogen.com $2,553
withmi.com $4,551 allittakes.com $2,500
futurea.com $4,440 connectedos.com $2,500
vivado.com $4,400 goldmore.com $2,500
u-sport.com $4,329 pinstriping.com $2,500
snowsystem.com $4,085 handyhuellen.com $2,295
onetower.com $4,000 heroisland.com $2,250
youidea.com $4,000 tolak.com $2,219
sipfone.com $3,869 teamprofit.com $2,184
casinosuperstar.com $3,500 webmarshall.com $2,119
dangerousgolf.com $3,369 neostrom.com $2,000
motorlease.com $3,329 singerstore.com $2,000
ekassa.com $3,067 uavstore.com $2,000

Elsewhere, DomainsNext sold 78U.com for $7,500, GenericDomainMarket.com teamed up with GoDaddyAuctions to sell BrilliantApp.com for $4,499 and Hitnamer.com used 4.cn to secure $3,200 for VN5.com.

Flippa and DomainHoldings had another nice joint sale with Dobi.com at $9,750. Flippa also sold Gory.com ($7,551), Mado.com ($6,500) and Anoraks.com ($4,000) with AppDesigners.com drawing another $3,557. Also, Dayy.com dawned at $3,000, Occurrence.com contributed $2,900, PowerLeads.com posted $2,500 and Pled.com plucked $2,060

Country Codes

The ccTLDs were led by the two five-figure Sedo sales you saw in the all extension section above - I.la at $19,900 and Ads.es at $11,101. The biggest sale from this group that you have seen yet is #3 on our latest weekly Country Code Top 20 Chart. That is Profit.co.uk at $7,798, followed by #4 ABC.in at $7,500, with Sedo booking both of those sales as well. 

Flippa rounded out the first five with Broker.io at $6,000. They also scored with #10 Bla.st at $4,100 and #17 Bot.io at $3,100

Sedo swept 15 of the 20 chart entries overall with a roster that included #6 NLU.se at $5,600. Two of the exceptions were Will Noel-Smith who sold #7 Doors.in for $4,500 in a private transaction and Golem.eu who moved #8 Tribes.be for $4,439.

It was a remarkably diverse week with 17 different extensions on the leader board. The only ones with multiple chart entries (with two each) were .io, .in and  .de. Here is how the country code leaders stacked up for the week ending Sunday, July 12:

Country Code Top 20 Chart
Highest Reported Domain Sales - Mon. July 6, 2015 - Sun. July 12, 2015
(Foreign currency to U.S. Dollar Conversions Based on Rates in Effect July 15, 2015)

  Domain

Sold For

Where Sold
1. I.la $19,900 Sedo
2. Ads.es €10,001 = $11,101 Sedo
3. Profit.co.uk £4,999 = $7,798 Sedo
4. ABC.in $7,500 Sedo
5. Broker.io $6,000 Flippa
6. NLU.se $5,600 Sedo
7. Doors.in $4,500 Pvt Sale
8. Tribes.be €3,999 = $4,439 Golem.eu
9. B4.com.au $4,400 Sedo
10. Bla.st $4,100 Flippa

11.
tie
Glastreppen.de €3,500 = $3,885 Sedo
11.
tie
Unmetered.de €3,500 = $3,885 Sedo
13. Document.eu €3,225 = $3,580 Sedo
14. Students.co.kr $3,500 Sedo
15. Voyage-Prive.pt €3,000 = $3,330 Sedo
16. Proteinpulver.no $3,250 Sedo
17. Bot.io $3,100 Flippa
18. Watt.fr €2,700 = $2,997 Sedo
19. Monitoring.ch €2,500 = $2,775 Sedo
20. Omaggiomania.it $2,750 Sedo

CLICK HERE for our Year-To-Date Charts.

There were several more four-figure sales off the chart led by Golem'eu's $2,663 sale of Heyday.eu. They also sold TravelBlog.eu ($1,728), Wilma.eu ($1,665) and BodyPower.eu ($1,064)

Back at Sedo TSA.co.za went for $2,250, FL2.nl and SexTube.es added $2,220 apiece and Farmacia24.it tacked on $2,109. Sedo had 27 more four-figure ccTLD sales ranging from $1,000 to $1,999 that are listed in the table below:

Additional Sedo ccTLD Sales Between $1,000 - $1,999
gemini.me $1,999   regio-rabatte.de $1,654
puppet.us $1,995 aves.pt $1,610
berufshaftpflichtversicherungen.de $1,943 junto.us $1,430
kuechenprofis.de $1,887 vitech.de $1,388
pawn.co.za $1,780 mpz.de $1,221
wlmusic.de $1,776 powerbanks.de $1,110
1a-promotion.de $1,665 raffreddore.it $1,110
gourmondo.nl $1,665 zoologo.de $1,110
helga.eu $1,665 acma.it $1,109
karex.de $1,665 mob.co $1,020
mcz.fr $1,665 broker.me $1,000
prestigehome.de $1,665 carsales.io $1,000
qanda.co $1,665 rich.cc $1,000
cloudnow.de $1,664   

Elsewhere, OwnThisDomain.co.uk sold ClearMind.co.uk for $1,248 and Flippa sold two more - Blogs.io at $1,150 and Trips.to at $1,008.

If there are country code extensions in our report that you are not familiar with, you can look up the nation each extension goes with here

Non .com gTLDs (.net, .org, .biz, .info & others, including new gTLDs)

Like the ccTLDs the non .com gTLDs were led by a pair of five figure sales noted earlier - Stockholm.org at $12,800 and OF.org at $10,601, with both sold by Flippa. The highest sale in this category that you haven't seen yet is #3 Accomplice.net at $7,500 via Sedo. Sedo also rounded out the first five with Cabo.net and Clone.org at $4,000 each

Sedo went on to log 10 of the 16 reported sales with Flippa taking all of the others. Sedo's roster included #6 Rig.org at $4,800 while Flippa's hits included #7 Cognac.net at $3,050.

The .orgs outpointed the .nets 8-6 to win the extension races. The remaining spots went to a .club and a .info. Here's how all of the Non .Com gTLD leaders stacked up for the week ending Sunday, July 12:

Non .Com gTLDs Top Sales Chart
Highest Reported Domain Sales - Mon. July 6, 2015 - Sun. July 12, 2015
(Foreign currency to U.S. Dollar Conversions Based on Rates in Effect July 15, 2015)

  Domain