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A Look at the Top 10 .net Sales and Where They Are Today

Posted on the 10 October 2019 by Worldwide @thedomains
Top Ten .Net Sales

.Net is next up in our series of taking a look at the Non coms. Checking in on where the top 10 biggest sales in the extension are up to lately. ( Sales data courtesy of Namebio).

.Net has only had one of it’s top 10 all time sales take place in the last 3 years.

mobile.net
500,000 USD2014-04-16Uniregistry

sex.net454,500 USD2006-05-19T.R.A.F.F.I.C.

porn.net400,000 USD2008-02-13SnapNames

realestate.net300,000 USD2007-02-06Private

lottery.net220,000 USD2010-08-18Sedo

recovery.net200,000 USD2016-01-17Private

diy.net200,000 USD2007-11-14domainclub.org

pisos.net187,500 USD2008-11-18Sedo

cdn.net185,000 USD2012-03-21Uniregistry

chinese.net180,000 USD2011-02-19Sedo

Mobile.net is a developed ecommerce website offering mobile products and services.

Sex.net and Porn.net are both owned by the same company. NSFW or children around, the site only displays a one page adult themed game. The banner at the top says maybe for sale and goes to a Uniregistry lander.

RealEstate.net gives the following warning from Firefox, Warning: Potential Security Risk Ahead

Firefox detected a potential security threat and did not continue to www.realestate.net. If you visit this site, attackers could try to steal information like your passwords, emails, or credit card details.

Lottery.net is a developed website that provides links and news to several state lotteries along with powerball and megamillions info.

Recovery.net redirects to RecoveryCentersofAmerica.com

Diy.net has a one page lander that talks about launching soon, the name looks to have changed hands from the person who bought it back in 2007, it’s now owned by a lady in Taiwan.

Pisos.net does not resolve.

CDN.net – developed website, it describes itself as: CDN.net is the world’s first CDN to offer fully transparent global content delivery with guaranteed sub-50ms latency. We put the world’s best content delivery infrastructure providers at your command, with simple packaging, simple pricing and one uber-simple UI.

Chinese.net returns a server error.


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