Jingling .me domains are impossible to forget
As it was announced two weeks earlier, Brands-and-Jingles is releasing 190 premium and affordable .ME names priced in the range of $149.00 and $999.00. The names are now listed on Sedo and the bids will be accepted between 5th of July (17:00 CET ) and 12th of July (17:00 CET).
Having received many enquiries about the upcoming sumMEr sale, Brands-and-Jingles decided to provide somewhat more detailed information about all listed items.
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Sedo and Brands-and-Jingles are releasing 190 premium .ME domain names like shared.me, upload2.me, interesting.me, knows.me, dislike.me, n-y.me, listed.me, keyboard.me, healthcover.me, and tagged.me at the level of the nominal prices ranging between $149 and $999.
Though .ME may sound personal, the findings of the study presented below prove it is as much as professional.
To take on this hypothesis, let us turn to LinkedIn, de facto the leading business directory. A simple search for "me" or ".me" (both returning the identical results) though limited to 1000 results reveals a lot about the popular Internet extension.
While official .ME auction were going at Sedo, hugg.me was sold last week via GoDaddy for whooping $25k.
Another official round of releasing reserved .ME domain names (188 in total) has just fade out at Sedo. The auctions ran for a week. As of an hour before the deadline there were about $65k of bids (half of that of the previous auction). Throughout the game, air.me was the front runner though it was speedily taken over in the final battle by cruise.me.
Naturally most of the show happened during the last minutes and two hours past the deadline. About 30 auctions were still running 10 minutes after the deadline, as new bids prolonged them. The final take from the auction was $173,439 or about $985 per domain name. This was much lower than last December and not even close, yet still okay, when comparing the greatest .ME registry sale last year. Despite the quality of keyword names - they did well.
Cruise.Me came as the winner the race ($28.5k). It was followed by air.me ($10k). Only those two crossed $10k line. The other names stayed in four digit positions.