Verisign (NASDAQ: VRSN) released their Domain Name Industry Brief for Q4 2020.The fourth quarter of 2020 closed with 366.3 million domain name registrations across all top-level domains (TLDs), a decrease of 4.4 million domain name registrations, or 1.2 percent, compared to the third quarter of 2020.According to Verisign domain name registrations grew by 4.0 million, or 1.1 percent, year over year.Get the full report here.*AD* Check out NameSilo for your domain names and webs
HomeContractors.com registered in 1998 was left to expire at GoDaddy and closed at $51,000.The domain name looks to have been owned by a Jeff Sauer from Three Deep Marketing. Jeff is alive and well he tweeted today. He seems to be affiliated with another company now so maybe he left and no one else at Three Deep knew about the domain name.Three Deep describes themselves on this page as Three Deep, Inc. Online Lead Generation Experts for Home ContractorsLooking at the Three Deep t
Buy3Dprinter.com was registered in 2008 and was sold by a Dutch registrant in 2014 for $12,000 at Sedo.The domain name was purchased by Fizz, LLC. The buyer looks to be affiliated with Rebuzz.io as well. The domain name stayed parked at Sedo and has been left to expire.The domain name closed for 1/6th the price it fetched in 2014. Buy3Dprinter.org is developed but not updated for years. It's also registered in .tk, .it, .co, .site, .no.Will be interesting to see what the new buyer
Sedo released their weekly domain name sales and PLP.com led the way at $117,500. Yamaguchi.com was second at $25,000 and GartenCenter.de was third at 20,000 Euro, ($24,291).72 .com sales22 CCTLD sales17 other tld salesTop 3 highlights of public SedoMLS sales are:onecandy.com at 12,500 USDmaximon.com at 10,001 USDsmileme.de at at 7,500 EURDomain nameDatePriceCurrency.COMsplp.com02/19/2021117,500USDyamaguchi.com02/16/202125,000USDmastersales.com02/16/202112,50
Sedo and Internet X produced a Global Domain Report that has a lot of interesting facts and figures. A great look back at 2020 with input from several industry participants.Page 22 is interesting, Domain-inhabitant ratio In order to calculate the domain-inhabitant ratio, they put the domains registered in a given country in relation to the respective number of inhabitants.You can read the full 76 page report here This latest Domain News has been posted from here: Source Link
Rick Schwartz answers a multitude of questions on topics such as new gtlds, the future of domaining, valuation and a host of other things. I hope you enjoy the interview and thanks to Rick for taking the time.Q1) You have been doing this a long time, are you still excited by domain investing and if so why?I would say I'm more excited than ever. I've seen domains since they were basically worthless to where they are today where it's not uncommon for a domain to sell for 7 and 8 figures.