18 May '11, 7pm

sells for

It has been a long time coming, but finally - four and half months into the 2011 domain sales season, the year's first confirmed seven-figure transaction has been completed. Boxcar.com /DomainConsultant.com did the honors by closing DomainName.com for an even $1,000,000 . That is certainly an appropriate name to be leading any domain name sales chart so it is fitting that it is the one that broke the blockbuster ice this year. Boxcar/DomainConsultant, largely on the strength of their Domain Madness 3 auction, wound up claiming four places on our new weekly all-extension Top 20 Sales Chart , including the runner-up spot with Ocean.com at $100,000 . Two others landed on the top half of the elite list; #5 Lean.com at $52,500 and #9 Irons.com at $38,000 . Sedo.com still managed to take the most positions overall, piling up 11 of the 20 chart entries. Four domains from the Sedo...

Full article: http://www.dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2011/2011052...

Tweets

JuegosDeCocina.com (Cooking Games in english) t...

domainnews.com 18 May '11, 5am

EuroDNS Register your Domain Name and benefit from great services and solutions! DomainTools DomainTools’ mission is to ga...

AfternicDLS Solves Aftermarket Puzzle to Claim ...

dnjournal.com 11 May '11, 10pm

The Afternic DLS has always had a laser like focus on the small to medium sized business market where the sweet spot for d...

Bills.org tops Sedo's weekly sales list: Bills....

domainnews.com 25 May '11, 5am

Domain Invest Optimise your traffic and monetise your website! EuroDNS Register your Domain Name and benefit from great se...

Strangest Sale Of The Year? 143iloveyou.TV Sell...

thedomains.com 13 May '11, 8pm

Just noticed a sale come across Sedo ticker and it certain can qualify as the strangest domain sale of the year. The domai...

Domain Name sales increased slightly in the fir...

domainnews.com 09 May '11, 11am

According to Ron Jackson's DNJournal Newsletter ,domain name sales increased slightly in the first quarter of 2011 .The fi...