Tag Archives: premium domain name

This morning I detected some movement on the premium domain name Clarity.com and that movement may indicate a sale?

Clarity Money

The domain was owned by publicly traded company Synchronoss Technologies Inc.  Whois information hasn’t updated currently away from Synchronoss, other than domain name servers and the domain is now redirecting. The domains status is “ok”, which often means the domain is unlocked and about to transfer registrars.

Synchronoss acquired the domain name and other assets from Clarity OSS Limited around June … Read the rest

GoDaddy has sold the premium generic domain name Decals.com, which was part of the NameFind domain name portfolio. This was a past Marchex domain name which GoDaddy acquired its domain name portfolio for about $28 Million in April 2015.

The domain name has been purchased by Lakes Area Graphix and Signworx of Minnesota. The company also owns and use the premium generic domain name Banners.com (they also own Banner.com) and several others like StreetSigns.com and Signs.net.

Decals.com had a minimum … Read the rest

I have complied data from DnJournal.com’s Top 100 reported (most high value domain name sales go unreported) domain name sales for the past 6 years and have broken them down to give you an idea of what you will need to budget to purchase a premium .com domain name.

The following data is from the years 2010-2015 and are confirmed reported domain name sales.

By The Years: Top 100 Total Reported Domain Name Sales

  • 2010 ~ $43,098,336
  • 2011 ~ $23,081,833
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The premium domain name Grab.com has been acquired by Grabtaxi Holdings PTE LTD of Singapore according to domain name whois records this morning.

GrabTaxi announced in January 2016 that they would be rebranding to simply Grab, as they now offer much more than just taxi services. At the time of the rebranding announcement, the company was using the domain name Grab.co

Grab.com

According to the linked TechCrunch article above, Grab is valued at over $1 Billion based on funding.

The Grab.com … Read the rest