Listed below are updates to the top 10 domain sales from a year ago, as ranked by DN Journal.
1. NL.com sold for $575,000
The owner is under privacy protection, and the simple placeholder below is live. The ‘contact’ link brings a visitor to the website ContactWebsiteOwner.com, which offer the opportunity to contact the owner of the domain for a $3 fee. Despite the bare bones site, this is still the traffic leader for the week, with its Alexa rank near 500,000.
The sale of NL.com is the first of several domains on this week’s list which sold last year at Heritage Auctions’ domain auction. They’re planning another live auction in less than a month, on April 19.
2. Classic.com sold for $172,500
The site is the home of The Classic Motor Company, which “is dedicated to sharing the joy of driving classic and modern classic cars with enthusiasts worldwide.” The company is affiliated with Juan Calle’s STRAAT, the company which was responsible for the $100+ million sale of the .CO extension in 2014.
3. 8.co sold for $115,000
No site resolves; owned by an individual in China.
4. Buying.com sold for $69,200
The domain is parked, and owned by what appears to be a domainer — “LATAMTEL LTD” owns over 2,000 domains.
5. SIE.com sold for $27,600
The domain is parked, and the owner is under privacy protection.
6. YRY.com sold for $25,022
A Chinese-language for sale page is live, and the owner is an individual in China.
7. Xixia.com sold for $19,488
The domain is parked, and the owner is an individual in China.
8. ZIC.com sold for $18,400
The domain is parked, and owned by domainer Andrea Sabatini, who has owned a significant number of LLL.com domains over the years.
9. EZPR.com sold for $14,500
EZ = the company founder’s initials. PR = public relations. “Founded by Ed Zitron in 2012, EZPR has taken on clients ranging from the top of the Fortune 500 to taking startups from obscurity to global popularity. We don’t lie, we don’t mislead and we only take on clients we know we can help. That’s the EZPR way.” Alexa rank near 9.5 million.
10. QUK.com sold for $14,301
No site resolves, and the owner is an individual in China.