Question: How much do popular domains sell for?

How much do good domains sell for?

Realistically a domain name can be worth any amount but most domain names sell for around $5,000 to $20,000 โ€“ premium domains, category killers and short domains however can easily command $100,000 or millions depending on a wide number of reasons.

How much did insurance com sell for?

Insurance.com - $35.6 Million.

Whats the most expensive domain name?

The most expensive domain name ever sold has come to light โ€” at $872 million. Yes, you read that right. Cars.com was valued at $872 million (we get that number from reading the SEC filing, courtesy of the parent company, Gannet Co., Inc.).

What is the most expensive domain name ever sold?

The most expensive domain name ever sold has come to light โ€” at $872 million. Yes, you read that right. Cars.com was valued at $872 million (we get that number from reading the SEC filing, courtesy of the parent company, Gannet Co., Inc.).

Which is the most expensive domain?

List of most expensive domain namesDomainPriceSale dateVoice.com$30 million2019360.com$17 million2015Sex.com$13 million2010Fund.com$12 million200833 more rows

What is the shortest domain name?

Google has purchased the shortest possible domain name to make it easier for Chinese users to find Google: g.cn. Interestingly, g.com, along with most other single-letter and single-digit domain names are reserved by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority.

Is it OK to have a long domain name?

Long domain names dont really prohibit any kind of online sharing as they might have once done: since many popular services now shorten URLs, they dont take up room in Twitter, or lengthen your shares on Facebook or Google+, so theres no need to worry about your domain being too long

What are the 6 top-level domains?

IANA distinguishes the following groups of top-level domains:infrastructure top-level domain (ARPA)generic top-level domains (gTLD)generic-restricted top-level domains (grTLD)sponsored top-level domains (sTLD)country code top-level domains (ccTLD)test top-level domains (tTLD)

Can a domain be 1 letter?

Single-letter second-level domains are domain names in which the second-level domain consists of only one letter, such as x.com. In December 2005, ICANN considered auctioning these domains.

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