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January 22, 2019

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Guta.com Has Released Its Complete 2018 Premium Domain Sales Observation Report

Earlier this month I told you that international domain brokerage company, Guta.com, would be releasing a new Premium Domain Sales Observation Report, breaking down sales they made or verified in 2018 - with a focus on the upper end of the market and the interplay between buyers in the Eastern and Western hemispheres. I had been given an abbreviated preview of some of the data that would be included the final report that I shared with you in that January 11 post. Now, I can tell you that the complete free report has just been published and is available to all through all on this page at the Guta.com site.

The report includes a treasure trove of data including sales made in popular categories, like ultra short .com domains ranging from 2-4 letters or numbers.

 

(Posted January 22, 2019)  

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