Listed below are updates on the top 10 domain sales from a year ago, as ranked by DN Journal.
1. 01.com sold for $1,820,000
No site resolves, and the domain is owned by an individual in China.
2. Physician.com sold for $179,000
The domain is under privacy protection, but it redirects to PracticeLink.com, described as, “The online physician job bank and magazine for physician career development and practice opportunities in all specialties, nationwide.”
3. E77.com sold for $25,000
The domain redirects to link-filled http://wvwv-e77.com/.
4. Train.info sold for $12,438
A travel site of sorts is live, and it has an Alexa rank near 6 million. “train.info provides information on global highways including road traffic, major cities, petrol stations, food, lodging and other services along highways. train.info offer hotel booking services through our 24-hour online booking center.”
5. AgriPoint.com sold for $11,000
The domain redirects to an information page on a new product/service offered by lending institution Farm Credit Services. “AgriPoint offers you the freedom to manage your Farm Credit Services of America accounts online – anytime, anywhere – with complete safety and security. Move money between accounts, pay bills, wire money and make payments – all with the click of a mouse. “
6. Bus.info sold for $10,799
The domain is owned by the same individual as Train.info above. A similar site is live, and the site description is the exact same as Train.info, but with “Bus.info” inserted. The site’s Alexa rank is near 12 million.
7. F25.com sold for $10,001
The domain is the home of a marine equipment company based in Japan, “the worldwide online store with largest selection of high quality marine and boat equipment, accessories, parts. Here you can find and buy all, what you need for your boat, outboard engine or for leisure, such as fishing, SUP-surfing and others.” It’s the traffic leader for the week, with its Alexa rank near 1.4 million.
8 (tie). Blade.shop sold for $10,000
The Netherlands based company is introducing a product for beer lovers, “Blade is a revolutionary professional beer draught system. Blade’s small footprint and innovative compression system that doesn’t require CO2 or other gasses allows you to serve premium draught beer from any countertop.” The site has an Alexa rank near 2 million.
8 (tie). Brutus.com sold for $10,000
The domain was an upgrade from Brutus.london, for the clothing company based in London. “Brutus is a contemporary British menswear label with a famous and formidable heritage. Founded in The East End of London in 1966, the legendary family-owned business was raised from the swinging streets to become a household name.” The site has an Alexa rank near 3 million.
8 (tie). PrintScape.com sold for $10,000
This domain was an upgrade from MyPrintScape.com, which is where their acquisition is still redirected. The printing company is based in Pennsylvania, saying, “With 40 years of experience working with clients from across the country and around the globe, our team of commercial printers possess the knowledge and expertise to help you identify the right solution based on your unique business goals.”