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My question is How can I put an RSS aggregator on my site? (iPage)? Thanks in advance for any answer. Another quick question... Here are some latest sales of several differant types of domains..

There is a breakdown at the bottom of the page.

Enjoy the Data!.

Hrl.info $220.00.

Amo.info $309.00.

Ati.info $409.00.

Uno.info $580.00.

AVG Sale Price of LLL.info $379.50.

9682.net $12.00.

1153.net $38.00.

0171.net $17.00.

Avg Sale Price of NNNN.net $22.33.

1-v.com $161.00.

0-d.com $131.00.

Avg Sale Price of N-L.com $146.00.

Ybc.org $625.00.

Nwi.org $1,810.00.

Iub.org $625.00.

Fof.org $1,310.00.

Bgp.org $1,306.00.

Lbs.org $4,500.00.

Bsz.org $300.00.

Aby.org $725.00.

Pdp.org $2,000.00.

Ndx.org $400.00.

Nin.org $2,833.00.

Ong.org $4,200.00.

Avg Sale Price of LLL.org $1,719.50.

Wfj.net $825.00.

Tjn.net $976.00.

Dtx.net $1,550.00.

Ksf.net $885.00.

Kjr.net $876.00.

Vta.net $1,400.00.

Oxn.net $675.00.

Qaz.net $554.00.

Vmd.net $876.00.

Fhf.net $851.00.

Tnx.net $884.00.

Dli.net $1,151.00.

Fvr.net $694.00.

Zoi.net $941.00.

Avg Sale Price of LLL.net $938.42.

Znw.com $4,300.00.

Bdz.com $4,322.00.

Aih.com $12,249.00.

Exu.com $4,600.00.

Rks.com $8,300.00.

Avg Sale Price of LLL.com $6,754.20.

8422.com $210.00.

4105.com $203.00.

Avg Sale Price of NNNN.com $206.50.

2H.net $2,051.00.

Avg Sale Price of NL.net $2,051.00.

9ys.com $85.00.

8ea.com $105.00.

5ng.com $90.00.

4jr.com $360.00.

4rt.com $525.00.

9gr.com $230.00.

5cf.com $210.00.

7db.com $360.00.

1jf.com $147.00.

1yl.com $132.00.

1df.com $179.00.

Avg Sale Price of NLL.com $220.27.

1w6.com $101.00.

S8f.com $91.00.

S9j.com $87.00.

R5n.com $91.00.

F9q.com $75.00.

E6s.com $145.00.

L3v.com $87.00.

A9c.com $81.00.

B9t.com $116.00.

A7c.com $71.00.

D3b.com $115.00.

Avg Sale Price of NLN.com $96.36.

Ua6.com $117.00.

Ke9.com $105.00.

Tn4.com $190.00.

Jp7.com $132.00.

Cz2.com $94.00.

Wh6.com $96.00.

Wh9.com $96.00.

Cw8.com $160.00.

Tt1.com $410.00.

Pr8.com $625.00.

Avg Sale Price of LLN.com $202.50.

F58.com $351.00.

J56.com $97.00.

F43.com $132.00.

R72.com $96.00.

Avg Sale of LNN.com $169.00.

59y.com $130.00.

31b.com $120.00.

82s.com $145.00.

76u.com $116.00.

Avg Sale Price of NNL.com $127.75.

(Noteable but not in average) 32x.com $1,050.00.

BreakDown........

Avg Sale Price of LLL.com $6,754.20.

Avg Sale Price of LLL.net $938.42.

Avg Sale Price of LLL.org $1,719.50.

AVG Sale Price of LLL.info $379.50.

Avg Sale Price of NL.net $2,051.00.

Avg Sale Price of N-L.com $146.00.

Avg Sale Price of NNL.com $127.75.

Avg Sale of LNN.com $169.00.

Avg Sale Price of LLN.com $202.50.

Avg Sale Price of NLN.com $96.36.

Avg Sale Price of NLL.com $220.27.

Avg Sale Price of NNNN.com $206.50.

Avg Sale Price of NNNN.net $22.33.

All sales are at SnapNames.com from 7-5-2006 to 9-17-2006..

Comments (14)

I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the answer to that question. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I bump into an anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could help you..

Comment #1

I realize it's only a small sampling of overall sales, but still interesting to see the 3 letter .org's averaged nearly twice the price of 3 letter .net's..

Comment #2

Interesting post...of course, the sample isn't representative, but it's a good start at looking at some trends. These are sales from Snap, right?..

Comment #3

Yes these are from Snap, I wanted to get a starting point, so everybody would have a guide. I will keep this updated as more end. I just wanted to give an approx avg of some sales, so I think these are close. The LLL.com's are a bit high, but I would still say the avg is approx $4,000 +..

Comment #4

Snap's data points are interesting b/c they reflect a winner's curse phenomena: the desire to win top names often leads to a sales price well above equilibrium value. Still, it's a great market to watch and perhaps suggests price movements before they reverberate elsewhere...

Comment #5

One thing I did notice over the months is that there are more end-users for LLL.org's than there are for LLL.net's...

Comment #6

You have a point about the letter combinations, but it's still interesting to see .Org compare so favorably to .Net, and the 3 letter .Org's have been very strong in general over the past 6-12 months, even at the reseller level..

I'm not trying to knock .Net I'm just giving .Org a pat on the back...

Comment #7

This sales data from SnapNames.com is from 7-5-2006 to 9-17-2006. A little over 2 months...

Comment #8

Hmm, interesting data yes, but perhaps a little misleading....

I think snapnames sales are not a good way to judge prices, as already mentioned, most names tend to go for more than a reseller could have reasonably expected to sell the same name to a domainer for. I also think this particular wedge of data is as much governed by the quality of the letters as it is the extension. Interesting though the data is, I think it would be very unwise to take it as any sort of indication of the LLL markets as a whole...

Comment #9

I would respectfully suggest that using the median price rather than the average (mean) is more statistically significant. Median price is that point at which 50% of the sales are higher and 50% are lower..

For example, using your LLNs:.

F58.com $351.00.

J56.com $97.00.

F43.com $132.00.

R72.com $96.00.

Avg Sale Price of LLN.com $202.50 but Median Sale price is $131 which is more representative of the group as a whole..

If you find that within a group, the mean and median are pretty close together, than the variance in prices is small..

Thanx for your efforts in putting this together.

Sanatana..

Comment #10

I thought the median in this example would be: ($132+$97)/2 = $114.50.

I may be wrong..

Central..

Comment #11

Hi Central:.

No, it's where half the group of prices are higher and the other half are lower.

S..

Comment #12

Yes, but in this example there are only 4 prices. If you leave out the highest price and the lowest price you have two prices left: $132 and $97. Then you have to find the average of those two prices leaving you with $114.50..

If the examle had 5 prices you would leave out the two highest sales and the two lowest sales and would then find the median in the last and fifth price..

Again, I may very well be wrong! =).

Central..

Comment #13

Agreed..

It's interesting, but must be noted those auctions are often more an indication of egos and deep pockets with fixations towards certain types of names, than of the overall market...

Comment #14

Central:.

You don't leave out the highest and lowest. A median looks at all the prices to determine the point that is +/- 50%..

Btw - if you want to do this in Excel, the code would be =median(a1:a4). Inputting the data, it returns $114.50 as the median price. This is more accurate than my seat-of-the-pants stab at it before..

S..

Comment #15


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.