08 May '11, 8pm

1Q-2011 Domain Sales Rise Slightly Vs. 1Q-2010 Despite Absence of 7-Figure Blockbusters: A new monthly DN Journa...

1Q-2011 Domain Sales Rise Slightly Vs. 1Q-2010 Despite Absence of 7-Figure Blockbusters: A new monthly DN Journa...

In summary, after a big closing quarter in 2010 (fueled largely by the Sex.com sale), the opening quarter of 2011 saw domain sales holding their own vs. year ago values (generally up a bit in total dollar volume but down a bit in median sales prices). 1Q-2011 was certainly not a spectacular quarter due to the absence of the kind of 7-figure sales that make headlines, but those kinds of things tend to average out over time. As the year goes on, we will like see a little more activity at the ultra high end of the market which will pull the overall numbers up. Still, that has never been the sweet spot in the market. The vast majority of sales fall in the $1,000 to $5,000 range and, week in and week out, we still see lots of action at that level. Millions of new businesses continue to come online every year and they still want the best name within their budget they can get to ...

Full article: http://www.dnjournal.com/newsletters/2011/march-april.htm

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