Domain Names I Recently Sold – January 2011

By | January 17, 2011

Here are some domain names I sold in the past 4 months: – $5,000 – $1,000 – $1,000 – $1,500 – $400 – $4500 – $1000 – $4000 – $1500 – $2000 – $1,000 – $2,000 – $1,000 – $1,000 – $1,000 – $15,000 – $2,000 – $50,000 – $8,500 – $1,000 – $10,000 – $2,300.00 – $350 – $2,000 – $1,350 – $1,500 – $500 – $250 – $30,000 – $1500 – $7,000 – $10,000 – $8,000 – $1750 – $2500 – $2000 – $3000 – $16,750 – $2300 – $6000 – $1250 – $1200

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24 thoughts on “Domain Names I Recently Sold – January 2011

  1. Leonard Britt

    Congrats on some nice sales. It would be interesting to know how these sales came about i.e. email marketing to end users, Godaddy Premium Listings, direct contact from end users, SEDO/Moniker auction, etc

    1. admin Post author

      About 1/3 of those were from A few sales were through, which is brokering my adult domains. The rest were all direct contact from end users. I don’t do any marketing to end users, they just look me up.

      The Sedo sales were much higher than usual because after many years of having my domains listed with them as “make offer” I changed them to have a fixed asking price. This increased sales, but on the other hand I may have lost out on getting higher prices for those domains by selling them too cheap. Usually Sedo domains account for only 10% of my sales.

  2. Greg

    Nice sales totals, nice names too.
    Continued success to you and yours. Thanks for sharing the information, i appreciate it.

  3. kandyjet

    Congrats and really interesting list.
    there is no LLLL / LLL / nnn types sales though 🙂

  4. zoop

    Congrats on the sales – you have a very nice income from those domain names..

    I never heard of hunting moon – i need to check them out for some of my adult names

  5. Ricky

    For sure some nice sales to end users. How do YOU determine the sales price for your domains?

    1. admin Post author

      I look at comparable sales an, and also the values from and .Plus, after 15 years of being in the domain name business, I just have an idea in my head of what each domain is worth although I am sure I am way off sometimes.

  6. Grant

    Thanks for sharing, some nice sales.

    That is interesting point that once you went to fixed price you sold more domains. I am constantly debating on some domains if I should go fixed or make offer.

    Are you gonna continue to use fixed prices?

    1. admin Post author

      I recently took the fixed prices down, only because it was a pain in the neck for me to worry about deleting domains from and everytime I made a sale on my own. And, I worried my fixed prices were too low in some cases.

  7. Jamie

    Do you park the domains, for sale pages?

    Congrats on the sales. I like and the price shows it. Glad to hear the fixed prices seem to help convert, as Sedo has been stating that.

    1. admin Post author

      No, right now almost none of the domains have for sale pages.

  8. Leonard Britt

    Yes, after getting tired of lowball offers at SEDO, I put fixed pricing on them and yes SEDO sales in 2010 were much stronger than 2009. Also worth noting when I did take a few offers to auction at SEDO previously not once did I ever get a higher offer.

    1. admin Post author

      I have never bothered taking any sedo offers to auction.

  9. Uzoma

    You are the only honest person I’ve encountered thus far. You hold nothing back, and still you are doing wonderfully. I wanted to know if you’ve ever submitted names to Sedo’s Top Domain auction, or their monthly auction, and what percentages get accepted, if possible what is your thoughts on the selection process? Thanks.

  10. anunt

    As long as you made a profit, its all good.

    I would like to buy all your flowers and roses type domain names that receive good natural unique type-in visitors per day!

    Please email me.


  11. Rafael Castillo

    Thanks for all the information you have provided. What was your tactic in getting $5K for when the appraisal was lower? Or in general.

    Thanks again for sharing.

    1. admin Post author

      Those automated appraisals are good for valuing domains based on their search engine potential, but they don’t always do well giving a value to the “catchiness” of a domain. is a great, memorable name for an online dating site, and there is big money in online dating, so $5000 is not a lot for a company to spend in that industry.

  12. Sanjeev

    I have very interesting domains for sale. Would you buy them at a reasonable price. Please give me your mail so that i can send you the list of domains that i want to sell.


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