By Deane Barker | April 14, 2006 | 1 Comment
Sellers of Internet addresses surf for and get some big payoffs: The domain name market is thriving, apparently.
Sales of 5,851 domain names generated $29 million in 2005, compared with the sale of 3,813 names for $15 million in 2004, says market researcher Zetetic. And the pace is quickening: In the first three months of this year, 1,949 names have generated $14.2 million […]
A sign that the end is near?
Even frequently misspelled names sell: Mortage.com went for $242,400 this month.
Interestingly, if you exclude the one gigantonormous sale this year (Sex.com for $12 million), the average sale price is actually way down from previous years.