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’.
Last week I wrote an article about an auction that had been started for 4200 LLLL.com domains. The auction ended today at $62,300. A fair chunk of change but alas the reserve was not met. I would hazard a guess that the reserve was somewhere around the $100,000 mark so I think the final bid was quite a way off.
The mid June Namepros Live Auction took place last night where plenty of names were up for grabs and some impressive sales were completed. There didn’t seem to be as many bulk four letter domain auctions this time round but there was still plenty of interest in domains of the short variety and many sold for a lot more than what is considered their minimum wholesale value.
Just a quick note to say that I have added a new sidebar widget to the right of the site where I will list my 5 latest quad letter domain purchases. I hope this will give some insight into what sort of four letter domains I am interested in, what domains I think are a good investment and, overall, show that I am still very much active in this domain niche.
The latest price guide from 4 Letter Noob is out and it brings with it more bad news for quad letter domain investors… or does it? Although the minimum wholesale price has plummeted a further 24% to just $25 I am a strong believer that patience is a virtue and the future holds much promise.
Firstly I would like to thank all of my readers, subscribers and those that help and support the four letter domain industry! Without you, Quad Letter Domains would probably have been long gone!
Despite prolonged opposition from quad letter domain pessimists, CVCV.net combinations are holding strong and selling for impressive figures. Evidence is stacking up against the naysayers that declare four letter .net domains have no future. Here are some recent sales figures: Continue reading »