08 Jun '11, 9pm

An Abbreviated Holiday Week is Accompanied by Lighter Domain Sales: DNJournal: The new weekly domain sales repo...

The latest week of domain sales included America's big Memorial Day holiday (Monday, May 30) and it looks like buyers took an extended break as the week wore on. It has become rare to see any four-figure sales on our all extension Top 20 Sales Chart but a half dozen of them qualified this time out. Things were slow at the high end of the market too with the biggest reported sale coming in at $50,000 . That was iGoldRush.com's $50,000 sale of Soles.com . Of course, reported sales represent only a fraction of overall market activity as a lot of the biggest deals go unreported due to non disclosure agreements. We got an example of that this week too when Oversee.net sold Data.com to SalesForce.com . Though the price was not disclosed Oversee said it was significantly above a $1.5 million reserve price that was placed on the domain when it was entered in a Moniker/SnapNames li...

Full article: http://www.dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2011/2011061...

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