Listed below are updates on the top 10 domain sales from a year ago, as ranked by DN Journal.
1. Shelly.com sold for $35,000
The domain has a Brand Bucket landing page, with a $120,000 asking price.
2. DataMesh.com sold for $25,000
This was an upgrade from DataMesh.com.cn for the company with offices in Beijing and Seattle, although they still have their Chinese language site at the .com.cn. “DataMesh Consulting LLC. provides HoloLens based Augmented Reality/Mixed Reality and big data solutions for enterprise customer.” The site has an Alexa rank near 13 million.
3. Cycle.in sold for $16,500
After this acquisition, the company changed its web address from CyclePure.com to Cycle.in. We’re not talking about bicycles here: “Cycle.in is a one stop store bringing to you the best fragrance products from the unsurpassed leaders in the industry. Discover an array of handpicked products and accessories associated with prayer requirements, personal care, air care and lifestyle products.” The site is the traffic leader for the week, with its Alexa rank near 700,000.
4. Hili.com sold for $12,000
No site resolves, and it’s owned by an individual in China.
5. StyleBooks.com sold for $11,995
Although the owner is under privacy protection, it appears the buyer was the Associated Press, and the domain redirects to ApStylebook.com. “The AP Stylebook and Briefing on Media Law is an essential handbook for all writers, editors, students and public relations specialists.”
6. PornoItalia.it sold for $11,199
A porn site is live, and it has an Alexa rank near 2 million.
7. Hyphy.com sold for $10,000
A travel guide is under development, with their five location options currently being Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, New York, and Florida. “Explore Your Nearby find your interests and check whats going on in the city now.” The site does not have an Alexa rank.
8. EHF.org sold for $9,888
In this case, EHF is an acronym for the Edmund Hillary Fellowship. “Our mission is to incubate solutions to global problems from New Zealand and make a lasting positive impact on the world.”
9. Guts.de sold for $8,400
They picked up the .de, and have it redirected to the .com. “The Guts.com office consists of a group of highly qualified iGaming professionals who set out to achieve one goal: to develop an online casino and sportsbook which is second to none when it comes to a high quality gaming experience. “
10. Heimat.at sold for $6,720
No site resolves. Per Whois, the domain is owned by the people behind the energy drink Red Bull.