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Weekly Domain Name Sales Summary Oct 31 – Nov 6

Here is the report on NameBio listed domain name sales for the 7 day period Oct 31 to Nov 6, 2018. As usual, the daily summaries include number of  sales in total and over  $1000 in value, as well as average and median prices.  I also highlight a number of  domain names from each day.  

During the past week the number of sales per day ranged from 206 to 258. There were 200 or more sales on all days in the reporting period. 

The highest average daily price was $1271 while the lowest day saw an average of $425. The median daily price ranged from $220 to $310.  On only one day in the reporting period did the median price  crack the $300 level.

The median price ranged from $220 to $310, while the daily number of sales varied from  206 to 258.  Each day in period saw between 20 and 32 sales over $1000 in value.

The number of daily sales above $1000 ranged from 20 to 32. Only a single day saw more than 32 sales above the $1000 level.

My personal favourite names from this week include Alexa (ai), Babylon (co), BookTown (com), CozyNest (com), DigitalChain (com), GeneticExperts (org), InnerBliss (com), medicare (io), showcase (net), taxation (in), tokens (im) and YouWeb (net).

Daily Summaries

Oct 31, 2018

226 sales, $519 average, $310 median, 25 sales >$1k. Among interesting sales above $1k are the following .coms: Elmer, RentKey, SmartMachines, BugMonitor, BookTown, BrandingSolutions, TrailerHitches. No .net, .org, .io, .co sales above $1k..

Nov 1, 2018

212 sales, $1271 average, $245 median, 21 sales >$1k. Huge 864 (com) sale. Two LLL .ca ?? including one in top 10. MBMI (org); YouWeb (net), CozyNest, DigitalChain, cropped (com) among names that stood out for me.

Nov 2, 2018

212 sales, average $578, median $244, 20>$1k. Names I noted: lise, CelebrationTravel, i-systems, ecoKitchen, TravelByGPS (com); WoundedWarriorRegiment, AppDevelopersAlliance (org). Both digital( ag) and ic(ly) go cheap.

Nov 3, 2018

222 sales, $425 average, $220 median, 21 sales >$1k. Names that I noticed: FlyHub, MacClub, TheBoomers, BabyDealz, vagenda (com); medicare (io); QTT (net); Alexa (ai); XP (to); tokens (im). ngTLDs shut out. SolarOwn (com) huge tumble.

Nov 4, 2018

226 sales, $691 average, $273 median, 27 sales >$1k. Some sales that I noticed: PXO, SoundBites, teletherapy, InspireFIrst, DailyVegan, GeneticMapping (com); showcase (net); GeneticExperts (org); babylon (co); taxation (in). Note these numbers were changed by late additions.

Nov 5, 2018

258 sales, $618 average, $242 median, 32 sales >$1k. HighTea (com) prime price! 7 sales start with ‘buy’ (ByyPrints, BuyPizza, BuyNuts…). Noted Mao, DayBreaker (org); SkyPad (net); serendippity, SportMarketing, HackAJob (com). 

Nov 6, 2018

206 sales, $539 average, $292 median, 25 sales >$1k. Noteworthy names – UpDraft, ForPain, iFirst, WealthBook, InnerBliss, RainbowLaw, NuWorld (com); SWW (net); 100thMeridian (org) goes for good price. Bad day for cc and ngTLDs.

Discussion

In the daily reports I kept the information as reflected in that  daily report.  Some sales are added to the database after the deadline and therefore do not appear.  November 4 had a number of significant  sales missing from the daily report.

I urge you to read the full Daily Market Reports at NameBio. I would like to thank Michael and others at NameBio that make this valuable database freely available to the domain community.

Should you want to get my reflections on the NameBio reported sales on a daily basis follow me on Twitter @AGreatDomain.  In case  you missed the preceding weekly report it is here. I will do another summary here in about a week’s time.  I  apologize for this summary being a little late in posting.  

About the author

Bob Hawkes

Domain analyst and commentator with particular interests in quantitative analysis, new uses for domain names, nontraditional end users, and bridging the gap between the domain community and end users. Background in science, research, education, outreach and communications, as well as almost two decades running a small home-based business. My first domain name acquisition was 2001. I hold a modest domain portfolio with legacy, country code and new extensions. Based in western Canada, but my domain outlook is global! My goal is to provide fresh insights and an evidence-based balanced outlook on the domain industry.

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