– Sold, – Purchased

I hope everyone is doing well and getting ready for the holiday season ahead, I know I said last week once I got back from my holiday in New York I would be blogging again but I haven’t had much time due to other work commitments but I promise more content is coming.

While not blogging last week I completed the sale of for a four figure sum, I had hoped for five figures but we ended up negotiating a four figure deal that saw the domain name transferred to an end user that shall develop the domain name out further to sell actual product.

I also won an auction last night for, Yes I know it’s not the DOT COM but I picked this domain up for three figures and with the huge demand here in the UK for Scottish, English and Welsh to travel to New York this domain has massive potential to be developed out into an excellent resource. .CO.UK is still the main CCTLD used here in the UK and don’t get me wrong I would love to own the DOT COM but that would have cost me Five or Six Figures…

Development kicks off for next year and I shall keep you all in the loop, my wife is also launching her first ecommerce store next year and I shall let you all the details of that shortly, we plan development over the holiday period for her new business.

I made the upgrade too from iPhone 4S to iPhone 5S – I would highly recommend to anyone that is holding out to make the switch it’s an excellent phone and well worth the investment.

Why not share some domain names that you have purchased recently or sold recently?

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Robbie Ferguson is an Internet Entrepreneur, Domain Investor, Domain Broker, Blogger and founder of various websites and eCommerce businesses such as

2 Comments on " – Sold, – Purchased"

  1. Congrats on the sale Robbie! Great way to bring in the New Year.

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