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

1. sold for $500,000

The domain was picked up by individuals affiliated with the lender at, and you get what you would expect at the site, with a focus on refinancing debt from homes, credit cards and more. The site is the leader for this week’s lightly trafficked names, with their Alexa rank near only 11 million.


2. sold for $130,000

3. sold for $67,000

4. sold for $45,000

Each of the domains above are parked or don’t resolve.

5. sold for $22,500

Whois still shows Braden Pollock’s Legal Brand Marketing, even though he was the seller, but you can see the screenshot below for Philmar Entertainment, based in Los Angeles. The domain is an upgrade from and The current site doesn’t say much about them, but according to their lander at, “We are very proud to present to you a brand new entertainment company named Philmar Entertainment.” “The development of new talent and the global positioning will be one of our key tasks.”


6. sold for $20,000

The owner of the developed bought their .com. “Healing Holidays is the UK’s leading independent spa and wellness specialist, with a dedicated and highly knowledgeable team who visit and extensively review the world’s very best spas, retreats and clinics.”


7. sold for $13,000

The designer of a clothing line upgraded from their .net.


8. sold for $10,000

The site is under development, and the owner is under privacy protection. The site’s title tag implies a video advertising platform is in the works.

8. sold for $10,000

This is the fourth upgrade domain for the week – either from another extension, or a longer domain. This is a shortener from Based in London and formed in 1981, the company “is one of the world’s top model agencies, representing some of the fashion industry’s most successful faces. “


10. sold for $9,600

A Uniregistry page is live.

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