Why I was Wrong About Domain Sales

I need to apologise to readers….I just received some data from Escrow.com that proves that I was completely wrong about the size of the domain sales market. Back in August 2017 I estimated the market to be around $250m and what the latest Escrow data proves is that I was wrong…..by a long shot.


According to the report, Escrow.com alone sold around $340m (all quoted values are in $USD) in domains in the last 12 months. By far the biggest market was the USA which did just over $60m in the first quarter of 2019 with Canada coming up a distant second with around $8m in sales.

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Guest — Snoopy
The "domains with content" is an outlier compared to prior months. Overall this data is not saying it is a good idea to develop ... Read More
17 May 2019
I completely agree with you on this point. What is also important is what is the profitability of building a site.....even it is s... Read More
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