Listed below are updates on the top 10 domain sales from a year ago, as ranked by DN Journal.
1. Scripts.com sold for $87,000
The domain was picked up by Stands4 LLC, which controls other websites such as Abbreviations.com, Grammar.com, Lyrics.com, Quotes.net and many more. With Scripts.com, they’re pulling together “a huge collection of movie scripts, screenplays and transcripts from famous and not-so-famous screen writers from around the world — collaboratively published by amateur script writers and contributing editors.” The site has an Alexa rank near 360,000.
2. Startselect.com sold for $21,660
The site offers a variety of gaming products, and is the traffic leader for the week with its Alexa rank near 150,000. The company used to call OnlinePrepaidServices.com their home. “At Startselect, we’ve been offering digital games and gaming giftcards since 2009. Because we’re gamers ourselves, we aim to make the process of buying, downloading and playing games as easy as possible.”
3. VacationUSA.com sold for $20,000
Whois shows this is owned by “Quality Lead Management Inc” based in Florida. “We are a Vacation Rental Marketplace, offering tens of thousands of properties from all over the world. Our goal is to provide a tailor made service for vacation property Owners, while offering a wide variety of booking deals to Travelers making the vacation planning process as streamlined as possible, and minimizing your exposure to risk.” The site has an Alexa rank near 1.8 million.
4. Sexkontakte.com sold for $18,240
A porn site is live.
5. 4820.com sold for $14,251
I was the buyer at this price last year, and then sold it for a loss a few months later. I’m guessing the screenshot you see below is a generic lander, and not a custom site for 4820.com.
6. Tesila.com sold for $14,000
No site resolves, and the domain is owned by an individual in China.
7. AirTrack.com sold for $10,000
AirTrack is a barcode scanner and printer company. “AirTrack’s industry-leading asset intelligence hardware is helping businesses in a wide variety of industries radically improve productivity and customer experience.”
7. ChilliSauce.com sold for $10,000
The domain was an upgrade from ChilliSauce.co.uk, and the company provides planning for “unforgettable stag weekends, hen parties, activity breaks & events.”
Personally, I would spell it ChiliSauce with one “L”, but that domain is owned by Frank Schilling.
7. Strip.club sold for $10,000
Domain is parked.
10. EnergyHouse.com sold for $9,985
An upgrade from EnergyHouse.nl, which is where the .com is currently redirected. Per Google Translate, “Energy House is a licensed energy supplier for business customers in the Netherlands.”