Indian Domain Sales Strong
October 8, 2008 · Print This Article
Every Wednesday, DNJournal publishes a country code top 20 chart, covering the highest reported ccTLD sales from the previous week.
In today’s post, it shows that two of the top 20 ccTLD sales were .in domains.Â Coming in at #3, iVillage.in sold for $4,750.Â PlacingÂ #14, KKR.in sold for $1,958 – an excellent price and ROI for a “non-premium” LLL.in that was just registered 1 1/2 years ago.
In fact, LLL.in domain sales continue to be strong.Â On forums, the premium ones tend to trade for more than their .biz and .us counterparts.Â RBE.in recently sold on Sedo for $700.Â CNX.in sold for $502.Â There have also been a few unreported sales of LLL.in to endusers for high $x,xxx and low $xx,xxx.
NNN.in seem to be coming into their own lately.Â 300.in recently sold for $1,650, which I believe is the second highest reported price for an NNN.in sale (123.in previously sold for $7,500).
Other recent Indian domain sales include Seafood.in for $900, which was a steal in my opinion.
To find out more about investing in Indian domains, joint the discussion at INForum.in – home of the Indian domain industry.