A Visual Look at Recent LLL.com Domain Acquisitions in Use, v2

Jul 09 2014

This is a second look at some recent LLL.com acquisitions that have been put into use, following up on last week’s first installment.

While this is not scientific, just for a point of reference, we looked through 92 LLL.com sales listed on NameBio between June 2013 through today to get the 12 screenshots of domains in use between last week’s and this week’s posts……12 out of 92, or 13% of the listed sales.


ITV.com sold for $15,100 in July 2013 and is currently owned by ITV Consumer Limited. An upgrade from their other domains in use, including ITVPLC.com, ITVMedia.co.uk and more. “ITV is the UK’s largest commercial TV station

Correction: Oops! I had an error — the sale was actually LTV.com, and I mistook the lower case L for an I. My mistake!


GCG.com sold for $21,000 in October 2013 and currently redirects to another LLL.com….GGI.com, which stands for Geneva Group International. I’m guessing a new entity is in the works.


WWR.com sold for $23,097 in July 2013 and is currently owned by law firm Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Co. An upgrade from Weltman.com, as discussed last week in the top 10 update.


RDH.com sold for $29,000 in April 2014 and is currently owned by RDH Building Engineering Ltd. An upgrade from RDHBE.com


MKT.com sold for $35,000 in August 2013 and is currently owned by Square, Inc., and it currently forwards to the ‘Square Market‘ page of the Square.com site. “Shop online from great neighborhood businesses. Square Market offers you one-of-a-kind items from all over the place–all in one place.


DJI.com sold for $300,000 in July 2013 and is currently owned by SZ DJI Technology Co. Ltd. I think of Dow Jones Industrial, but that’s not the case here. “The world leader in camera drones/quadcopters for aerial photography.

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  1. Tory


    Great to see the second installment. Like the low to high sales order, builds the suspense. : )


  2. Dan

    You’ve got to think that a lot of money was left on the table with the $15,100 sale of ITV.com. For my mind, that is a $500k name and I’d doubt anyone would have any big trademark issues as iTV is well recognised as a smart TV term.

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