Brent Oxley Sells Stereo.com

Hostgator founder Brent Oxley has sold another one-word .COM. After confirming that Brent has sold Uno.com and Micro.com in lease-to-own transactions this year, it’s come to light that Brent also sold Stereo.com in an outright sale a couple of months ago. This was confirmed to me by Brent. Strangely, the new owner’s office is 2 miles from my home!…

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Design Pickle Acquires Pickle.com

Founded in 2015, Design Pickle is a graphic design company with a difference. Instead of hiring an in-house graphic designer or a freelancer to work on visuals, Design Pickle matches you with a vetted professional designer to work on your projects.

Today, I can reveal that Design Pickle has just acquired the Pickle.com…

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Zee.com Looks to Have Sold – Asking Price Was $700,000

Founded in 1992, Zee Entertainment is one of India’s largest media companies. Traded on the NSE (National Stock Exchange of India), Zee is purportedly amongst the largest producers and aggregators of Hindi programming in the world.

Up until recently, Zee has been operating on ZeeTelevision.com. The company recently looks to have made a major upgrade by moving to the three-letter domain, Zee.com.…

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Kate Buckley Sells HomeFinance.com for $100,890

Founder and CEO of Buckley Media, Kate Buckley, reported the sale of HomeFinance.com for $100,890 last night on Twitter. According to a tweet:

Based on DomainIQ’s WHOIS history, the name moved from a privacy-protected Epik registrant to a GoDaddy account listing the new owner as Prospect Home Finance from California.…

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Picture.com Sells for $225,000

According to a tweet from James Booth, the domain name Picture.com was sold for $225,000. Acquired by the Booth brothers almost exactly a year ago, Picture.com has now been resold.

The Picture.com domain was the subject of a UDRP earlier this year, which resulted in a reverse domain name hijacking verdict being brought against Picture Organic Clothing, the complainant that filed the UDRP.…

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