Names of a million 25 most expensive domains of all time
Sold in 2010 for $ 1,750,000
Dating.com was sold at auction DOMAINFest in Florida in May 2012. Unfortunately, no information about the buyer is not informed.
Today, the site is in beta mode. Here you can pick up an escort to travel to the US without any restrictions on the orientation, color or creed, and give feedback to help make life even better. Although much much better than that?
Sold in 2009 for $ 1,760,000
Travel services – profitable business. Therefore it is not surprising that such a friendly name flew a lot of money a company that operates in the segment of travel in Europe and Asia.
Travelzoo has spent a lot of money for the domain Fly.com, which today still serves its original function – selling plane tickets. For example, I immediately offered it to see the next flights with departure from the city. While in Kiev would be more convenient, of course.
Sold in 2007 for $ 1,800,000
The year 2007 was very successful for a guy named Paige Howe, who sold two domains – each of the seven figures. Firstly, Guy.com (now an online magazine for stylish and curious youths) – for $ 1 million. And secondly, Seniors.com, which Paige bought for $ 100,000, and sold 18 times more expensive.
Howie accurately determine the potential name: love for all ages, and with the development of Internet penetration among the people “strongly over 30”, the name was suddenly perfect for creating specific dating site.
Today on Seniors.com lonely older people can find a partner. In Ukraine, the service, by the way, also works.
Sold in 2007 for $ 2,100,000
The deal that brought the previous domain owner more than two million dollars at auction names TRAFFIC, little is known. The buyer’s name is not reported, as well as unknown, and the reason for his interest in Somputer.com. In any case, today again Computer.com domain may be for sale.