Domain reseller Chandon Domain bought for $3.4 million.
Buy domain resellers are an important part of the internet, and it’s a growing market, according to research firm DomainBuyer.
DomainBuyers, which are often small business owners who want to get their names on the web, are increasingly seeking out high-priced domain names.
They are also looking to buy for their own personal use, and often sell them for money.
But this is becoming increasingly difficult.
Domain Buyer research found that the number of high-profile domain name resellers was decreasing by 15 per cent a year.
And the number selling for more than $500,000 had fallen by more than half since 2012.
Domain buyers are becoming increasingly desperate for names.
According to DomainBuy, there are now more than 1.4m registered domain name sales a year, up from 1.2 million in 2012.
And DomainBuy said that the average selling price per domain name is now $10,000.
However, the majority of the new domain name business are in the $1,000-2,000 price range.
Domains such as www.britishvirus.com, www.londonfestival.com and www.worldfootball.com are among the most sought-after.
Domain resellers say it’s becoming increasingly hard to find domain names that are truly affordable.
“We are seeing a lot of high profile domain name sellers going out of business,” says DomainBuy’s research director Simon Brown.
“There is a lot more competition out there now for the domain names and we’ve seen a lot fewer of them survive.”
It’s no longer enough to just have a domain name – you also need to sell it.
The domain reselling industry is booming with domain names costing up to $250,000, DomainBuy found.
However there are still a number of people who are not getting their names sold for a price that would make a legitimate company want to buy it.
There are also fewer options available to people who want their domain names out there for their personal use.
“They’re still able to get the domain name for their home,” says David Stirling, CEO of DomainBuy.
“It’s just not worth it for the person who wants to do it.
You have to buy them for a lot less.”
Domains bought for personal use are usually cheaper The most common domain names to sell for personal reasons are those bought for their use.
These include wedding, holiday, children, birthday, children’s, sports, business and business related domains.
Some of the most expensive domains are for those who use their domains for social media, gaming, emailing, or even as a mailing address.
The DomainBuy survey found that domain prices have decreased by 40 per cent in the past five years, but that prices are still higher than ever before.
Domain prices have also increased over time, but in many cases prices have gone up because of a combination of competition, lower prices for other domain names, and a lack of a reliable way of measuring the price of a domain.
The study found that many people do not know what a domain price is.
Domain price increases in the United States have been the result of the popularity of social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter.
These sites have become a huge part of internet marketing and many domain name buyers have begun to rely on them.
“The big picture is that there’s a lot that goes into a domain purchase, and that’s why it’s so hard to know what the domain is going for,” says Mark Lasky, founder of DomainTrader.
“Even if you buy the cheapest price, it’s only going to be a fraction of the price that’s being paid for it.”
Domain prices can go up or down depending on where a domain is sold Domain prices are also subject to fluctuation.
If a domain goes up and someone sells it for more, it can go down as well.
For example, domain prices in the UK rose in the wake of the Brexit vote.
In the US, a large number of domain names sold at the same time were purchased for different reasons.
One of the biggest buyers of domain name domains in the US was the internet giant Yahoo.
It was purchased for $8 million in 2016 and is now being sold for $25 million.
“I think that’s probably going to happen more and more,” says Laskie.
“A lot of the domain prices that people are paying now are a reflection of what the market is asking for.”
Domain name prices have increased since the Brexit referendum Domains are becoming more expensive to sell The UK has had a large influx of domain buyers from Europe in recent years.
However it’s important to remember that domain price changes do not necessarily reflect what people are buying.
Domain names sold in the EU have risen in price as a result of a lacklustre economy.