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Thursday, March 22, 2012

Six-Figure Sale at Sedo and Clamor for Country Codes Kept Cash Registers Ringing This Week

Share it Please claimed the top spot on our all extension Top 20 Domain Sales Chart this week with a nice six-figure sale brokered by one their most consistent producers, Dave Evanson. They chalked up a cool $125,000 for Sedo went on to pile up eight of the 20 chart entries and played a big role in an outstanding week for the ccTLDs.

Seven country code domains earned places on the elite list, led by the $47,000 sale of #2 (Canadian ccTLD) at Frank Schilling's They notched another one with #13 (tie) at $15,000.

Sedo rang up three of the charted ccTLD sales with #4 ("sportswear" in German) leading their power trio at $33,000. Brands-and-Jingles was right behind with #5 (Libyan country code) at $32,000. added yet another impressive sale to the ccTLD onslaught with #10 (Australian country code) at $17,400.

By Ron Jackson

Two other five-figure ccTLD sales just missed taking places on the Big Board. In the weeks 21st and 22nd highest reported sales, Sedo sold for $10,560 and DomainNameSales moved for $10,500.
DomainNamesSales had a hand in five charted sales including #3 at $36,000. Four of the five were from their own listings with the fifth, #17 at $12,000, being a domain that was sold on the DomainNameSales platform.

The AfternicDLS also had a big outing with four entries on the leader board, led by #6 at $25,000. They also had the week's biggest non .com gTLD sale (and the only one from that category to make the all extension Top 20) at $15,000.

The .coms once again took the most chart positions with a dozen, including #7, a name that Luc Biggs sold for $23,000 in a private transaction - a very nice return on the $6,250 investment he made when he acquired the domain just a week earlier!

Here's how the sales leaders stacked up for the week ending Sunday, March 18:

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