The domain name price for established companies has risen to $1.9 million a year, according to data from the Domain Name Registry, which tracks prices of the most popular domain names.
This is a big jump from the $872 a year the registrar charges for a first name and $856 for a last name.
The average price for a domain for a brand is $13,800.
In its latest quarterly report, Domain Name Solutions Inc. said it’s seeing increased demand for domains from companies with small, medium or large size.
It’s a trend that is starting to affect some of the big names in the tech sector.
For instance, a company with 500 employees that operates a Web-based service and offers a marketplace for people to buy domain names would be in trouble.
It’s now worth around $1 million a share.
That’s up from about $300 a share in 2015.
The rise in demand for domain names is also a sign that the online advertising industry is struggling to attract new users.
The Internet Advertising Bureau says that the number of websites with ads increased 7.9 percent in the fourth quarter from the same period last year.
The growth of the online ad marketplaces, such as eBay, Google and Microsoft, is making it difficult for advertisers to pay for their ads.
More companies are starting to look at the domain name as an opportunity to build their business and their name services.
Domains like “mike” and “mitch” are used in movies and TV shows, and the domain “michael” is used in the Internet Explorer browser.
The domain “daniel” has a large following.
But it’s not the only name to have its price skyrocket.
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This story was updated at 10:10 a.m. with information about the price of domain names, including the registrars, and how much they are selling.