Hello, happy Saturday, and welcome to my weekly domain investing news roundup. There’s been some breaking news this morning that was picked up by Elliot from DomainInvesting.com that IJ.com has been sold for $550,000 by James Booth.
As for the story that I think likely trended the most this week, well that goes to the Examiner.com auction. If you didn’t follow along with this one, don’t worry – I’ve got you covered, let’s just say it’s worth making some popcorn first.
I’m in Southern California for BlizzCon so I’ll be watching eSports (major Overwatch tournaments today) and listening to some pretty fun talks and panels. If you want to follow the adventure feel free to check out my updates on Twitter throughout the day. Now, onto the domain investing news from last week – enjoy!
- Emoji domains get a 😟 after broad study (Read more on DomainIncite)
- Latest Domain Sales Trends Revealed in Escrow.com’s 3Q-2019 Domain Investment Index Report (Read more on DNJournal)
- Doron Vermaat on Growing Efty To 900K Domains & What We can Learn to Sell More Domains Ourselves (Watch on DomainSherpa)
- Examiner.com up to $126,000 as some wonder about what’s going on with the name (Read more on TLDInvestors.com)
- Examiner.com gets renewed (Read more on TLDInvestors.com)
- Gorilla.com Goes Ape! Smashes Door Into the Year’s Top Ten with a $496,000 Sale (Read more on DNJournal)
- Trivago argument falls way short in cybersquatting complaint (Read more on Domain Name Wire)
- IJ.com Sold for $550,000 (Read more on DomainInvesting.com)
Have a great weekend everyone!