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Ron Jackson >> The DN Journal Weekly List of the TOP 20 Sales >> dnjournal.com/domainsales.htm >>

"Highest Reported Domain Sales - Mon. Sept. 19, 2016 - Sun. Sept. 25, 2016"

RON >>

"Sedo teamed up with Michael Mann's DomainMarket to fill the runner-up slot with PersonalPlanner.com at $43,000. Mann said he originally acquired that some for just $900 in 2008."

[ UP 4,678% in just 8 Years (excluding - of course - brokerage / escrow / renewal / etc. fees / charges) ]

"DomainMarket completed the first five with CareYourWay.com at $24,888 (another eye popping investment for Michael Mann who said he hand registered that one for $8 in 2010)."

[ UP 311,000% in just 6 Years (excluding - of course - brokerage / escrow / renewal / etc. fees / charges) ]

( Warmest Congratulations / '.COMgratulations' to Mike the 'MANN' !!!! )

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.IN Sales: None

'New TLD'/'nTLD' Sales
:

Celebration.CHURCH $18,000 ( via SEDO.com )

(A case - this time - of a 'New TLD' / 'nTLD' Sale beating out all the 'Other' ('Old') TLD Sales)

I.CLUB $9,999 / 777.CLUB $4,100 >> (Both via SEDO.com
)

Z.LIVE $3,200 ( via NameJET.com )

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Percentage of .COMs among the
ALL-TLD TOP 20:
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Thu, Aug 25 = 13 out of 20 =
65%

Thu, Sep 1 = 12 out of 20 = 60
%

Thu, Sep 8 = 15 out of
20 = 75%

Thu, Sep 22 = 19 out of 24 = 79.17
% (24 entries - due to a 5-way 'Tie' at #20)

Thu, Sep 29 = 13 out of
20 = 65%

Thu, Oct 6 =20 out of 22 = 90.91%
(22 entries - due to a 3-way 'Tie' at #20)

(Dates are as per the prevailing local time in India)

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dnjournal.com/domainsales.htm excerpts:

HotBot.com Banks $155,000 to Top This Week's Domain Sales Chart - .Coms Sweep All But Two Entries

By Ron Jackson

It's not unusual for .coms to dominate our weekly domain sales chart but they don't usually do it to the extent they did this week when they swept 20 of 22 entries on our latest all extension Top 20 Sales Chart (the extra spots resulted from a three-way tie for the final position).

We normally see 12-14 .coms on the elite list [...] This time out, the .coms, led by Sedo's sale of [...] ran the table on the first half of the leader board and didn't let up until a [...] broke through for the non .coms by claiming the 17th spot with an [...]

[...] NameJet, who reported all of their September sales this week, took the next two spots with a pair of 3-letter .coms [,,,] (three more 3-letter.coms landed on the second half of the chart).

[...] Short numeric domains proved their ongoing popularity with a trio of four-digit domains [...] The biggest of those were [...] that DomainsNext.com sold for $24,888 apiece.

[...]

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[ Ron's full article - including the complete, weekly list of the DN Journal TOP 20 Sales:

 
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