Listed below are updates on the top ten domain sales from a year ago, as ranked by DN Journal.
1. DCR.com sold for $42,000
No site resolves, and the domain is owned by an individual in China.
2. X.de sold for $40,000
A Sedo for-sale lander is live.
3. Wine.mx sold for $25,001
This domain redirects to the eCommerce site at Wine.com.br, and the company is based in Brazil.
4. 7076.com sold for $25,000
No site resolves.
5. 1104.com sold for $15,200
This domain forwards to an Enaming.com for-sale lander,
5. InnoChina.com sold for $15,200
This is the traffic leader for the week, with its Alexa rank near 100,000. It’s tough to decipher what is happening on this Chinese language site, although “entrepreneurship” and “innovation” are two words that come through Google Translate.
7. Vertrag.de sold for $12,840
A German-language contract templates site is live, with an Alexa rank near 1.6 million. Per Google Translate, “On this portal you will find a variety of sample templates. This includes, among other things, contractual documents in the business and private sector as well as other important documents which are relevant in legal transactions or which have a legal effect in the private or professional field.”
8. 7256.com sold for $11,400
Another eNaming.com for sale lander is live here.
9. ChallengerBrands.com sold for $10,000
No site resolves.
9. Crave.io sold for $10,000
This start-up describes itself as follows, “Crave’s platform builds personal apps for creators & digital influencers, providing them with a dedicated space to co-create, collaborate & connect with fans.” The site has an Alexa rank near 1.8 million.
9. FriendsNeighbors.com sold for $10,000
This domain redirects to Chevrolet.com/compare-chevy-to-ford.html, which compares Chevy vs Ford cars and trucks. The owner per Whois is the Cobalt Group, an automotive marketing firm.
9. Pose.co sold for $10,000
This site describes itself as, “A trusted community marketplace for online photography booking”. They appear to have offices in Singapore and Vietnam. They also seem to own the Pose.com.vr site, which is more of a pop culture magazine site, in Vietnamese.