Haben Sie sich jemals gefragt, warum für manche Domainnamen einige Bereit sind viel Geld zu bezahlen? Was macht diese Domains so besonders, dass auf den Auktionen Beträge in Milionenhöhe angeboten werden?

Eine Domain ist nicht nur eine URL, sondern auch eine Marke! Es ist also sehr wichtig, dass man einen Namen findet, den man liebt.

Machen Sie es einprägsam, nicht zu lange, und verwenden Sie Stichworte zu Ihrer Nische). Erstellen Sie eine Liste mit 10-20 möglichen Namen für Ihr Blog, da einige Domains möglicherweise bereits vergeben sind. Das Tolle an Bluehost ist, dass Sie unbegrenzte Domains erhalten können, während die meisten Hosts für jede Domain $ 15 + berechnen.

Ich empfehle dringend, dass Sie Ihre Domain kürzer als 20 Buchstaben halten – es wird statistisch gezeigt, dass Domains mit 20 Buchstaben oder weniger mehr Traffic generieren, weil sie einfacher einzugeben und zu merken sind. Und mehr Verkehr bedeutet mehr Geld!

Eine typische Formel, die ich benutze, wenn ich mit Domainnamen komme, ist [lustiges Wort + Wort, das sich auf deine Nischen-.com bezieht] oder [ein denkwürdiger Satz über dein Thema]. Einige der großen Domain-Namen, die auf diesen beiden Formaten basieren, sind moneyboss oder budgetsaresexy.

Wir presentieren die Liste der teuersten Domains aller Zeiten.

LasVegas.com – $90,000,000 (2005-2040)
CarInsurance.com – $49,700,000 (w/content-2010)
Insurance.com – $35,600,000 (2010)
VacationRentals.com – $35,000,000 (2007)
PrivateJet.com – $30,180,000 (2012)
Internet.com – $18 million (2009)
360.com – $17 million (2015)
Insure.com – $16 million (2009)
Bankaholic.com – $15 million (2008)
Sex.com – $13 million (2010)

IRS.com – $12,500,000 (2007)
Hotels.com – $11,000,000 (2001)
CardRatings.com – $10,200,000 (2008)
Fund.com – $9,999,950 (2008)
Porn.com – $9,500,000 (2007)
Porno.com – $8,888,888 (2015)
FB.com – $8,500,000 (2010)
RealEstate.com – $8,250,000
We.com – $8,000,000 (2016)
Business.com – $7,500,000 (1999)
Diamond.com – $7,500,000 (2006)
Beer.com – $7,000,000 (2004)
Z.com – $6,784,000 (2014)
Israel.com – $5,880,000
Casino.com – $5,500,000
Slots.com – $5,500,000 (2010)
Toys.com – $5,100,000 (2009)
AsSeenOnTV.com – $5,100,000 (2000)
Property.com & Properties.com – ca.$5,000,000
SEO.com – $5,000,000 (2007)
Korea.com – $5,000,000 (2004)
YellowPages.com – $5,000,000
Pooxi.com – $5,000,000 (2012)
Clothes.com – $4,900,000 (2008)
Medicare.com – $4,800,000 (2014)
IG.com – $4,700,000 (2013)
iCloud.com – $4,500,000 (2011)
Freeporn.com – $4,000,000 (2008)
GiftCard.com – $4,000,000 (2012)
YP.com – $3,850,000 (2008)
HG.com – $3.770.000 (11/2016)
MI.com – $3,600,000 (2014)
Shop.com – $3,500,000 (2003)
Altavista.com – $3,300,000 (1998)
Wine.com – $3,300,000 (2003)
Software.com – $3,200,000 (2005)
Whisky.com – $3,100,000 (2014)
Sex.xxx – $3,000,000 (2014)
Candy.com – $3,000,000 (2009)
Vodka.com – $3,000,000 (2006)

Loans.com – $3,000,000 (2000)
Wines.com – $2,900,000 (2004)
Fly.com – $2,890,000 (5/2017)
Shopping.de – $2,858,945 (2008)
CreditCards.com – $2,750,000 (2004)
Social.com – $2,600,000 (2011)
Pizza.com – $2,605,000 (2008)
Tom.com – $2,500,000 (1999)
Gambling.com – $2,500,000
Investing.com – $2,450,000 (2012)
Youxi.com – $2,430,000 (2014)
KK.com – $2,400,000
Autos.com – $2,200,000 (1999)
Coupons.com – $2,200,000 (2000)
Vivo.com – $2,100,000 (11/2016)
Computer.com – $2,100,000 (2007)
114.com – $2,100,000
ETH.com – $2,000,000 (10/2017)
Freedom.com – $2,000,000 (5/2017)
England.com – $2,000,000 (1999)
Makeup.com – $2,000,000
Telephone.com – $2,000,000 (2000)
37.com – $1,960,800 (2014
Savings.com – $1,900,000 (2003)
01.com – $1,820,000 (02/2017)
Seniors.com – $1,800,000 (2007)
Express.com – $1,800,000 (2000)
Mortgage.com – $1,800,000 (2000)
inn.im – $1,800,000
Fly.com – $1,760,000 (2009)
20.com – $1,750,000 (4/2017)
Dating.com – $1,750,000 (2010)
Auction.com – $1,700,000 (2009)
DataRecovery.com – $1,659,000 (2008)
Branson.com – $1,600,000 (2006)
Ticket.com – $1,525,000 (2009)
Tandberg.com – $1,500,000 (2007)
Russia.com – $1,500,000 (2009)
Cameras.com – $1,500,000 (2006)
MarketingToday.com – $1,500,000 (2005)
Deposit.com – $1,500,000 (2000)
Bank.ht – $1,400,000
Ad.com – $1,400,000
Vip.com – $1,400,000 (2003)
XXXVideos.com – $1,368,000 (11/2016)
eBet.com – $1,365,000 (2013)
Men.com – $1,320,000 (2000)
Power.com – $1,261,000 (2014)
Jade.com – $1,250,000 (7/2016)
Photo.com – $1,250,000

Vista.com – $1,250,000 (2007)
Feedback.com – $1,230,000 (2003)
Super.com – $1,200,000 (03/2018)
MyWorld.com – $1,200,000 (10/2017)
LA.com – $1,200,000 (5/2016)
MM.com – $1,200,000 (2014)
Find.com – $1,200,000 (2004)
Phone.com – $1,200,000 (2003)
Scores.com – $1,180,000
Kredit.de – $1,169,000 (2008)
Flying.com – $1,100,000 (2010)
Mercury.com – $1,100,000 (2000)
Motorcycle.se – $1,100,000
Call.com – $1,100,000 (2009)
Bingo.com – $1,100,000 (1999)
Zip.com – $1,058,830 (2010)
Cruise.co.uk – $1,100,000 (2008)
Wallstreet.com – $1,030,000 (2005)
Webcam.com – $1,020,000 (2009)
Fish.com – $1,020,000 (2000)
Invest.com – $1,015,000 (2003)
PX.com – $1,000,000 (2015)
588.com – $1,000,000 (2015)
Check.com – $1,000,000 (2014)
BTC.com – $1,000,000 (2014)
QNB.com – $1,000,000 (2014)
Poker.org – $1,000,000 (2010)
If.com – $1,000,000 (2003)
DomainName.com – $1,000,000 (2011)
Guy.com – $1,000,000
DuDu.com – $1,000,000
PersonalLoans.com – $1,000,000 (2012)
Rock.com – $1,000,000 (2000)
Sky.com – $1,000,000 (2003)
eFlowers.com – $1,000,000 (2003)
Box.com – $1,000,000 (2011)
Britain.com – $1,000,000 (1999)
Beauty.cc – $1,000,000 (1999)
Topix.com – $1,000,000 (2007)
Websites.com – $975,000 (2005)
Bills.com – $964,500
Poker.de – $957,937 (2007)
100.com – $950,000 (2014)
TP.com – $929,000 (03/2016)
Great.com – $900,000 (03/2018)
YK.com – $900,000 (07/2016)
Investment.com – $900,000 (2007)
Silver.com – $875,000 (2013)
Credit.fr – $851,875 (2010)
Fix.com – $850,000

Hot.com – $850,000
SkiResorts.com – $850,000 (2008)
ForSaleByOwner.com – $835,000 (2000)
Drugs.com – $830,000 (1999)
399.com – $821,818 (2016)
989.com – $818,181 (2015)
899.com – $801,000 (2015)
Kiwi.com – $800,000 (03/2016)
345.com – $800,000 (2015)
Guns.com – $800,000 (2010)
Printer.com – $800,000 (2008)
Earth.com – $800,000 (2005)
Wan.com – $800,000 (2014)
Beauty.com – $800,000 (2000)
Singapore.com – $800,000 (2003)
Jobs.com – $800,000 (2003)
1stBandWidth.com – $800,000 (2000)
Dollars.com – $789,600 (2008)
Server.com – $770,000 (2009)
Liquid.com – $750,000 (03/2018)
Ringtones.com – $750,000 (2010)
Website.com – $750,000 (2005)
iReport.com – $750,000 (2008)
Capital.com – $750,000 (1999)
Rate.com – $725,000 (06/2016)
Aktien.de – $725,000 (2011)
Files.com – $725,000 (2010)
MathGames.com – $725,000 (2013)
NAV.no – $717,000 (2006)
Refinance.com – $706,000 (2005)
RunningShoes.com – $700,000 (2011)
VU.com – $700,000 (2011)
Melbourne.com – $700,000 (2007)
Local.com – $700,000 (2005)
Cinema.com – $700,000 (2000)
Taxes.com – $700,000 (2000)
GJ.com – $694,095 (2015)
997.com – $688,888.88 (11/2016)
Luck.com – $675,000 (2009)
Teamwork.com – $675,000 (2014)
SW.com – $660,000 (5/2017)
DA.com – $650,000 (9/2016)
Furniture.co.uk – $650,000 (8/2016)
On.com – $635,000
Casino.de – $625,000 (2008)
Biz.com – $625,000 (2000)
Music.mobi – $616,000 (2007)
Jobs.ca – $600.000 (2008)
Exterminator.com – $600,000 (2009)
Christian.com – $600,000 (2009)

Saturn.pl – $600,000 (2012)
ReverseMortgages.com – $600,000 (2013)
Macau.com – $600,000 (2006)
Annuity.com – $600,000 (2005)
Golf.tv – $600,000 (2003)
Job.at – $590,949 (2007)
Affiliate.com – $579,000 (2008)
RP.com – $575,000 (2016)
NL.com – $575,000 (2015)
HomeOwnerInsurance.com – $570,000 (2010)
SX.com – $555,050 (2015)
QE.com – $554,000 (2015)
Lola.com – $550,000 (6/2017)
Place.com – $550,000 (5/2017)
Answer.com – $550,000 (2011)
Cardiology.com – $550,000
AntiSpyware.com – $550,000 (2006)
University.com – $530,000 (1999)
11.com – $525,000
SheMale.com – $520,000 (2007)
Game.cn – $512,000 (2014)
FO.com – $510,000 (03/2018)
Jerusalem.com – $510,000 (2010)
Vacation.Rentals – $500,300 (04/2018)
Laon.com – $500,249 (2007)
Home.Loans – $500,000 (12/2017)
DAX.com – $500,000 (03/2018)
Tokens.com – $500,000 (03/2018)
Refi.com – $500.000 (03/17)
Give.com – $500,000 (2015)