I’ve been in hibernation for the past few months and my focus has been far from the short domain marketplace hence the lack of posts here at Quad Letter Domains. Just a quick post to say that I am still alive and well, just concentrating on some other projects that I have been trying to get finished for some time now but there just doesn’t seem to be enough hours in the day.
As many of you know I very rarely sell any of my LLLL.com’s but I need some funds to support another project so here it is, an excellent triple repeating LLLL.com for sale!
Has the domain niche that everyone thought was untouchable finally hit its peak? Over the past few weeks we have started to see a steady decline in the bottom end prices of LLL.com domains. 3Character.com still reports that the LLL.com market is increasing stating that the current observed minimum wholesale value is up $50 this month to $7650.
I’ve put a lot of hard work into promoting this site and the four letter domain market over the past few months and it seems my efforts are beginning to pay off. This month has been the best the site has seen and traffic has increased beyond its original peak in February this year when four letter domains were at their strongest.
It has certainly been a rough ride for quad letter domain investors throughout June this year but it has been an interesting month nonetheless. This is the second ‘month in review’ article I have written and it won’t be the last so just in case you missed some important articles here are ‘the best bits’.
Aside from the sale of Jaho.com that was finalised last week there has been little significant quad letter domain activity at the main arenas according to DNJournal’s mid-late June sales report. In fact there have been just eight reported LLLL.com sales over $2k and a mere smattering of global contender transactions.
I’ve been waiting for a sale like this for a while now. The sale of a quad letter domain for a 5 figure sum that has nothing to offer other than itself. Take a look at the stats, it has no Page Rank, isn’t DMOZ listed, has an Alexa rank of over eight million, and after checking archive.org has never hosted a developed website other than countless holding pages offering the domain for sale.
I was sifting through some of my drafts and almost deleted this article which I’ve been meaning to complete for a while now. I decided some of the points to be made back in April are still relevant now. After I wrote ‘Still ‘biting’ for bargains!‘ I thought it would be good to look at the market from a different view point. The question that springs to my mind when so many people are finding so many bargains at so many market venues is, ‘why are there so many?’