Medicare.com founder Bill Kimberlin confirms that the $4.8 million sale to eHealth was not for anything other than the domain. In a podcast which is linked to within this article he gives a very close look at the sale, and a bit of history on the origin of Medicare.com.
The domain industry, or more specifically, the aftermarket companies, along with the portfolio owners who feel that their url values are being attacked or diluted with the new GTLD domains, and monetization keeps going lower and lower. Maybe, just maybe this one idea can actually help.
It has been almost a year since the official launch of the Affordable Care Act, or what it is most often referred to as, Obamacare, on October 1st, 2013. Since then there have been no headline grabbing sales, and some of the EMD’s looked as if they have traded hands, but any deals have been […]
Cute.com was sold for $230,000 at Heritage Auctions recent domain name auction event. What does that mean for these other “Cute” domains?