Listed below are updates on the top 10 domain sales from a year ago, as ranked by DN Journal.
1. Rangers.com sold for $375,000
Major League Baseball picked this one up, and they have it redirected to their Texas Rangers site at: Texas.Rangers.MLB.com. DNW previously recapped that MLB now owns all team domains, with the exception of Rays.com, Twins.com, and Giants.com.
2. Werk.com sold for $250,000
The domain is parked. Owned by Al Hamra Group, “a Ras Al Khamiah based real estate development and investment company.”
3. ErectileDysfunction.com sold for $241,000
Whois shows the domain still with Domain Name Sales. The site’s About page doesn’t reveal the owner; it says, “ErectileDysfunction.com is a leading provider of information and resources for individuals and couples dealing with erectile dysfunction, also known as impotence.” The site has an Alexa rank near 7 million.
4. Shisha.com sold for $190,000
The domain is parked, and the owner is under privacy protection. Wikipedia lists a few different meanings for the term.
5. Amber.com sold for $180,000
The site says it’s opening in December 2015, but nothing impressive is live….just a forum with a few random posts.
6. MyMeeting.com sold for $164,100
Whois shows the domain still with Domain Name Sales, and it is parked.
7. HQB.com sold for $160,000
An individual in China owns the domain, and a domain sales page is live.
8 (tie). Rapunzel.com sold for $150,000
This domain is an upgrade from RapunzelOfSweden.com, which is where their acquisition is redirected. “Swedish Hair Extension Brand. High quality hair extensions with fast delivery, personalized service and secure payment. We ship worldwide! “
8 (tie). Timeless.com sold for $150,000
The domain redirects to Pharmeo.com, which describes itself as a prescription marketplace for pharmacies and patients. “Tap into our network of 37,000+ pharmacies for quality prescriptions at best prices”. “We combine the lowest prices across pharmacies with discounts from drug manufacturers to offer the cheapest prices with the convenience of pharmacy-to-door delivery.”
8 (tie). Response.com sold for $150,000
The traffic leader for the week, with its Alexa rank near 2.4 million. Their title tag includes “Success In Real Estate” and they further describe themselves as follows: “Response teaches and guides thousands of students every year through investing in real estate and the financial markets. We create turnkey products, events and seminars to provide potential investors hands-on experiences, resources, and educational opportunities“