viralmova.com

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World Class Premium Viral Domain Viralmova

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First off, the .com button on smart phones keypads is just one of many reasons why .com is king and will always be king.  Names like this just don't come around very often for sale, this is as rare as it gets, extinct al.

Why are we offering viralmova.com for sale?

Our business is simple. We purchase high end premium domain names and we sell them as undeveloped raw real estate.  We do not sell them as revenue generating companies / businesses as that is not our forte.  If we did we would be tied to the one entity and since our resources are low and the exit would be much higher as in 9 figures etc but again  our offerings is simple, raw real estate. Similar to a commercial land owner who will either sell raw land, build to suit or land that has newly developed commercial real estate buildings on it and sell to those who then come in and generate revenue with them. 

Business in the US is set to boom again with the new leadership under Trump and it is taking off like crazy with the stock market seeing never before seen records!

Now offering the premium jewel viralmova.com.  We are also including all social media accounts.

The sky is the limit, could be your own brand, directory or just about anything. Needs no explanation.  One in a billion opportunity.  We have had hundreds of offers on this domain in the past and present and get them daily as they literally pour in.  Quite possibly the best domain name in the world!  

Check out Viralnova.com Wall Street Latest This could be your next Viral sensation with viralmova.com waiting for take off.

Here is a list of  20 top known domain name sales below and here is a link to the top known 250 highest priced publicly known sales:

http://mostexpensivedomain.name/

here is a direct link on namebio.com for domains that fetched $1.8m or more and is updated daily.

Here are other direct samples of sales listed comparables:

Snap.com - $5m just recently purchased by SnapChat.com

Sumo.com - just recently sold in January - domain only for $1.5m - see write up here.

VacationRentals.com – This deal took place in 2007 and the transaction was for $35 million. This is the highest ever deal made to purchase any domain.  Brain Sharples, the founder of HomeAway, is new owner of this domain and admitted that he purchased it, as he did not want his competitor Expedia to acquire it.

PrivateJet.com – This deal came very close to become the all time highest deal ever made for domain selling.  This transaction happened in 2012 at $ 30.18 million.

Insure.com – Insure.com’s deal happened in 2009 and happens to be the second highest deal of all time for three years, when PrivateJet.com broke this record.  Deal was made at $ 16 million

Hotels.com – This domain was sold for $ 11 million in 2001, however, new owner of this domain couldn’t actually confirm at what price the domain has been purchased, in a TV interview to BBC.

Fund.com – It was purchased in the year 2008 at a whooping price of $ 9.9 million.  This domain is meant for a financial service, however, this domain is still not live.  I don’t know if owner is waiting to resell this domain in near future.

Fb.com – Facebook purchased fb.com in November 2010 at a price of $ 8.5 million from American Farm Bureau Federation.  At present this domain is redirected to www.facebook.com, but hopefully Facebook will make good use of this domain and the money spent on purchasing it.

Business.com – This domain was sold for $ 7.5 million in December 1999.  Next entry in this list also worth the same amount spent on this deal, but it was made seven years after this one, therefore ranked below.

Diamond.com – This domain was acquired in 2006 at a price of $ 7.5 million.  This domain now is live as a diamond online shopping site.  It’s really not surprising why owner paid a huge amount for this site; after all he is using it so sell one of the most precious substances available in the world.

Beer.com – It was sold in 2004 at a price of $ 7 million.  This domain is featuring for resale on www.aftermarket.com.  God bless owner and may they be able to make good profit out of this domain.

Israel.com – Deal for this domain was done in 2008 at a price of $ 5.88 million.  However, there is not much information available for this domain.  Even Google can’t find it!

Casino.com – This domain was sold to Mansion Limited of Gibraltar in 2007 and deal was settled at a price of $ 5.5 million, however, this investment has given great ROI to the new owner.

Slots.com – This deal took place in 2010 and credited $ 5.5 million in previous owner’s account.  Bodog, a Russian online gaming site became the new owner and created new game on this domain.

Asseenontv.com – This domain was purchased by LA Group in 2000 for a price of $ 5.1 million.  This domain was used to protect brand name “asseenattv.com” of LA Group.  This is biggest domain deal made for defense purpose.

Toys.com – This domain made $ 5.1 million in 2009 for the previous owner.  This domain was sold to American market leader ToysRUs.

Korea.com – This is the second domain which is named after a country.  Korea.com deal was done at price of $ 5 million in 2004.  New owner of this domain is Korea.com Communications.

SEO.com – This deal took place in 2007 and is considered to be a wiser one.  Michael Mann, owner of BuyDomains understood the importance of having a good domain name; therefore, he sold his company and invested in SEO.com.

Clothes.com – Zappos acquired clothes.com in 2008 with an amount of $4.9 million.  This domain is used to redirect online clothing line shop of zappos.com.

Icloud.com – Apple Inc purchased this domain at a price of $ 4.5 million in 2011.  Apple was hunting for all i-domains, around the world and acquired this domain after acquiring iphone.com, which was not as big a deal to mention in this list

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