Listed below are updates on the top 10 domain sales from a year ago, as ranked by DN Journal.
1. Acure.com sold for $65,000
AcureOrganics.com upgraded to Acure.com, although it’s still be redirected to the longer version. Based in Florida, “ACURE is a family owned and operated company founded on sustainable principles to provide the highest quality natural and certified organic personal care. “
2. FFG.com sold for $60,000
Domain is parked.
3. NWT.com sold for $40,000
No site resolves.
4. Antalya.de sold for $22,400
An ‘under development’ page is live.
5. UIO.com sold for $21,600
This domain has traded hands a couple times in recent years, as discussed in this prior flop. It was being auctioned again on Flippa as recently as January of this year, but bidding only got up to $13k in that auction. Hopefully, the domain has now found a home, as a new app is under development, and you can see in the screenshot below that part of their pitch is the ease of remembering and typing “UIO”, as the letters are adjacent to each other on a QWERTY keyboard. “UiO is an online app that lets you bookmark, tag, and categorize your websites and phone numbers in a way that’s actually useful. UiO.com is probably the only website you ever need to remember.” This is the traffic leader for the week, with its Alexa rank near 5.5 million.
6. Antonia.com sold for $20,580
No site resolves.
7. BBR.net sold for $20,525
A German rail company picked up an additional name, on top of a few related names it owns, such as BBR-VT.de, BBR-Rail.com, BBR-Systems.com, and more. “Since its foundation in 1990, the name of BBR stands for an owner-operated company hallmarked by quality, continuity and growth. Today, we are a powerful medium-sized company with over 200 skilled employees providing a wide range of products in the fields of control and safety systems as well as dynamic passenger information technologies.”
8. 6047.com sold for $12,500
An individual in Colorado Springs picked up this domain and is using it as his personal website. He explains on the simple homepage that “6047” ties to his nickname “GOAT”, but maybe I’m just a little slow today….I don’t get it.
9 (tie). NCommerce.com sold for $11,200
The domain was picked up by a company named NewGistics, and they describe their product as “the first intelligent, out-of-the-box eCommerce engine to move at the speed of your customer. From anticipating need to delivering a bold, personalized shopping experience on mobile, tablet and desktop, ncommerce outthinks, outlasts and outperforms other commerce engines.”
9 (tie). Urlaub.co sold for $11,200
The domain appears to translate to ‘holiday’ from German, and the site promotes vacation packages in Australia, Germany, Italy and Switzerland.