Update on Top 10 Sales from a Year Ago: MM.com, MEH.com, BMH.com, Weights.com, More

Jun 13 2015

Listed below are updates to the top 10 domain sales from a year ago this week, as ranked by DN Journal.

1. MM.com  for $1,200,000

  • It appears this one traded hands again recently, as discussed at TheDomains. The current owner is an individual in China, per Whois. The domain currently resolves, but simply has the following: “1234567890fadacai”. Alexa rank near 750,000.

2. MEH.com  for $100,000

  • Traffic leader for the week, with an Alexa rank near 6,500. A deals site from Matt Rutledge.com, the prior owner of Woot.com, which was sold to Amazon for $110 million.


3. MI.co.id  for $60,000

  • No site resolves. .co.id = Indonesian ccTLD

4. Luxury.estate  for $50,000

  • The domain is parked and under privacy protection. $50k to make a splash with a new G, and it’s parked…..

5. Weights.com  for $36,500

6. RoyalFortunes.com  for $35,000

  • Appears to be a lotto operator in Sint Maartens, with a US-based operator. From the About page, “Shoutz, Inc. is a privately held United States based company dedicated to making lotteries more convenient, engaging and rewarding.”


7. MyLifebox.com  for $27,500 (Server not found)

  • No site resolves.

8. BMH.com  for $27,200

  • This domain has since been flipped profitably at least once, selling for $32,488 at the end of last year. Prior to either of these two sales, it sold for $10,500 back in 2013. The domain is currently parked.

9. Sozcu.com  for $27,000

  • An upgrade from Sozcu.com.tr. A Turkish-language news site.


10. MySex.com  for $25,000

  • The domain redirects to SportsAdvisors.ch, a sports betting site.


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  1. Shane

    With the benefit of hindsight, “BMH.com” was a good buy, and for the heavy hitters out there, “MM.com” was a great one.

    I remember joking during that interview that I’d settle for “Weights.com” not being parked when your “Top 10 Sales From A Year Ago” segment came around… and in true, stereotypical domain-investor fashion, it’s still parked. 🙂

    Seriously though, I’ll get around to development at some stage. I honestly couldn’t say whether putting a name up for sale prior to development is a good business move, or not. However, there have been more than a few times when someone has offered me more for the name itself than I’d hoped to make via development, so it’s become standard practice for me.

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