Listed below are updates on the top 10 domain sales from a year ago, as ranked by DN Journal.
1. BabyGames.com sold for $250,000
You get what you would expect with this domain. “Play the best free baby games on BabyGames.com. We have the newest babysitting, dress-up, makeover, animal, puzzle and many other games for kids.” It’s the traffic leader for the week, with its Alexa rank near 115,000. The owner is under privacy protection.
2. Spices.com sold for $95,000
This domain was an upgrade from TheSpiceLab.com, although their acquisition is still redirecting to shop.thespicelab.com. Based in Florida, “As a woman-owned and family run business, The Spice Lab takes great pride in offering the widest selection of sea salts from a single source.” We previously discussed the domain as a big flop for the seller last year.
3. WLF.com sold for $35,000
No site resolves; owned by an individual in China.
4. Business.global sold for $25,000
The domain is parked, but owned by someone with a ThinkGlobal.com email address, and that domain redirects to the developed Think.global.
5. SocialShop.com sold for $22,940
Domain is parked.
6. HomeCard.com sold for $20,000
Domain is parked.
7. Preis24.ch sold for $19,900
Domain/site requires a password.
8. Liaigre.com sold for $19,600
This domain hosts the French language site of interior architect Christian Liaigre.
9 (tie). AirSpace.co sold for $18,000
“Airspace is the only drone security solution capable of identifying, tracking, and autonomously removing rogue drones from the sky. Our hardware and software are purpose-built for this challenge—and get better with every mission—so that you can protect your airspace with the tap of a finger.” The site has an Alexa rank near 2 million.
9 (tie). SelfEmployed.com sold for $18,000
Per the site, “we have developed a platform, resource center, and mentoring program designed to help all current and future self-employed people around the world.” The domain is owned by entrepreneur John Rampton, who knows his way around domains, as he previously acquired the domain Due.com for $130,000 and is building a business on it. We discussed the SelfEmployed.com domain previously as a big money losing flop for the seller last year.
9 (tie). Smiile.com sold for $18,000
Per the site, “Smiile© and Sharing City© are communities connecting people who share the same street, district or neighborhood.Both Smiile and Sharing City are only available in French for now.” They have an Alexa rank near 375,000.
9 (tie). TripBeat.com sold for $18,000
A “member vacation deals” site is live, and it has an Alexa rank near 500,000. “TripBeat, a discount vacation club, is the newest addition to the Wyndham Destination Network, the world’s largest provider of professionally managed, unique vacation accommodations.”