29 Oct '14, 5pm

Domain Holdings sold nearly $10 million in domain names last quarter

Domain Holdings’ outbound domain name sales machine continued to churn last quarter, with the company selling $9.55 million worth of domains in Q3. That’s down slightly from the $9.9 million it sold in Q2, but that quarter included a $5.0 million sale. The biggest transaction in Q3 was $2.7 million. And compared to Q1…it’s up nearly 3x. Here’s some other interesting data from Domain Holdings’ quarterly sales report : 28% of sales in Q3 were conducted with Chinese buyers Average weekly sales were $796,249…which is nipping at the toes of some larger marketplaces 97.73% of sales were .com domains End user sales in Q3 accounted for 73.84% of all sales The company sent an average of 480 emails and made an average of 59 calls per closed sale

Full article: http://domainnamewire.com/2014/10/29/domain-holdings-sold...

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