5L.coms Continue to Do Well, Take a Look at Some Recent Sales

Feb 17 2011

The 5L market continues to do well. The better 5L dot com domains are fetching $2000 and more, consistently. The other positive note is who is buying these names. The majority look to be for online businesses rather than personal sites. And as we know, businesses pay more than bloggers. Take a look at some recent sales.

Sansa.com $13,500

Pengo.com $2540

Todos.com $10,601

Jinji.com $10, 200

Vimon.com $3,800

Aword.com $2,000

Empat.com $3,688

Nahma.com $3,588

Catar.com $4,000

Armut.com $2,500

Ridex.com $5500

Leemo.com $2,329

Zuggo.com $2,222

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8 comments

  1. andy kelly

    Shane,

    Like you I’m a fan of 5 l coms. In fact I justhand reged 20 or so and plan to get plenty more. A few years back I bought about 100 cvcvc coms and flipped them all within 3 months or so.

    Well I’m diving back in, just one thing you made a typo (I assume) re Prosel.com it being 6 letters.

    Thanks for the sales info, interesting stuff.

  2. andy kelly

    Shane,

    Like you I’m a fan of 5 l coms. In fact I just hand reged 20 or so and plan to get plenty more. A few years back I bought about 100 cvcvc coms and flipped them all within 3 months or so.

    Well I’m diving back in, just one thing you made a typo (I assume) re Prosel.com it being 6 letters.

    Thanks for the sales info, interesting stuff.

  3. JP

    Shane,

    I have a beginners question:

    What is the difference between these that sold for 4 figures and those that sell for much less? For instance juzey.com sold on ebay today for $54.

    Thanks!
    -JP


    1. Post author
      ShaneCultra

      @JP

      Great question and I have to admit it’s very hard to tell. It really comes down to getting lucky and having a domain someone wants. But you can improve your chances by getting certain types of names. Go to my search bar and type in 5L dot com and you’ll find some good articles on choosing a good name.

  4. Clay

    Agreed on the radio test plus most of the articles/tips Shane has given. Some of it is luck, but if you look back over time there are patterns that develop.

    @Andy – nice pattern 🙂

  5. Victor Paez

    What do you think about these 5Letter domains? And, which ones are best?

    Baywo.com
    Occue.com
    UyesA.com (sounds like USA)
    BarBQ.net
    Kjuce.com
    Ozilo.com
    Rodeo.cc
    Poqer.net
    Tammy.info

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