Here's 15 Most Expensive Domain Names in 2011

Here's 15 Most Expensive Domain Names in 2011

Posted by Raden Wijaya on Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Here's 15 Most Expensive Domain Names in 2011 - To buy a domain names, you just spent around $ 10, even multiple domains can be cheaper.

However, if the domain is interested in a lot of people or potentially generate a lot of money, a domain name will be sold very expensive.


Last year, the Journal says that the domain name Sex.com is a domain name with the highest price in the world, which sold for 13 million U.S. dollars (approximately USD 118 billion).


In comparison, this year, the most expensive domain name only worth 2.6 million U.S. dollars or about Rp 23 billion.


This is a list of 15 most expensive domain name in 2011:


1. Social.com, sold 2.6 million U.S. dollars (approximately USD 23 billion) through Moniker or Name Quiver.


2. DomainName.com, sold 1 million U.S. dollars (approximately USD 9 billion) through a Boxcar or a Domain Consultant.
3. Aktien.de, sold 725,000 U.S. dollars (approximately USD 6.6 billion) via Sedo.


4. VU.com, sold 700,000 U.S. dollars (approximately USD 6.3 billion) through private sales.


5. RunningShoes.com, sold 700,000 U.S. dollars (approximately USD 6.3 billion) through private sales.runningshoes


6. Answer.com, sold 550,000 U.S. dollars (approximately USD 5 billion) through Moniker or SnapNames


7. 11.com, terjuadl 525,000 U.S. dollars (approximately USD 4.78 billion) through MediaOptions.


8. Puzzle.com, sold U.S. $ 500,000 (approximately USD 4.6 billion) through AfternicDLS.


9. GamesForGirls.com, sold U.S. $ 500,000 (approximately USD 4.6 billion) via Sedo.


10. Gay.xxx, sold U.S. $ 500,000 (approximately USD 4.6 billion) through private sales.


11. Meet.me, sold 450,000 U.S. dollars (approximately USD 4.1 billion) through private sales.


12. AutoInsurance.org, sold 440,000 U.S. dollars (approximately USD 4 billion) through the media options.


13. Look.com, sold 400,000 U.S. dollars (approximately USD 3.6 billion) through private sales.


14. 33.com, which sold 358,000 U.S. dollars (approximately USD 3.25 billion) through DomainAdvisors.


15. DataCenter.com, sold 352,500 U.S. dollars (approximately USD 3.2 billion) via Sedo.


Some domain names are sold at the top was not all accessible. Possible purchase of the domain name in order to secure not just purchased another person or temporarily not in use. (BusinessInsider)

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