At Namebio there are 13,204 reported new gtld domain name sales. When it comes to 6 figures or better the list is narrowed down to just 33. .Top leads the way with 10, .xyz takes silver with 7 sales. .Club has 3 while .games and .live each have 2. Nine other extensions have one singular 6 figure sales. Let’s take a look at how these names are being or not being used. online.casino 510,000 USD Casino review site vacation.rentals 500,300 USD Live website home.loans 500,000 USD Information website free.games 335,000 USD Parked at UNI the.club 300,000 USD Fwd to InvitedHome.com b.top 218,880 USD Crypto Mining website casino.online 201,250 USD Casino review site eth.club 200,000 USD Old for sale page still up shop.app 200,000 USD Shopify live App x.top 191,001 USD Does not resolve video.games 183,000 USD Does not resolve 1.xyz 181,720 USD Does not resolve p.top 176,369 USD Does not resolve v.top 175,721 USD Does not resolve u.top 175,692 USD Does not resolve 9.xyz 175,166 USD Resolves to .xyz premium page 8.top 172,758 USD Chinese landing page For Sale c.top 167,223 USD Does not resolve e.top 163,125 USD Does not resolve t.top 162,484 USD Does not resolve s.top 161,684 USD Does not resolve sex.live 160,000 USD For sale page wine.club 140,000 USD 101Domain Landing page live.chat 125,000 USD Live Website…
Users can now filter domains based on traffic. Sedo has added a new filter to domain searches that enables users to find domains based on traffic counts. Revenue per Thousand (RPM) has increased for domain parking in recent years, but you need to have domains with traffic to take advantage of it. Now, searchers can filter domains to find only those with high traffic. Buyers should always be cautious of traffic numbers. They might not represent human visitors. And even if they do, they might not represent the types of visitors that click on ad links. Still, I think this is a good starting point for domain buyers interested in traffic domains. They can always enter into discussions with the seller to get more traffic details. The filter only works for domains pointed to Sedo, of course. Share this post...