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Top 10 Ranking Domain Names sites cost expensive

Everyone will be curious in knowing what would be the sites that are in top 10, most popular accordingly Rank, value, and with few more attributes..,

What are the sites that reigned top 10..?

Let we see here the Top 10 list of Domain names that cost most expensive sold ever.., despite the desire of even our own to be in this top 10 list :)










The website which provides life, car and health insurance quotes among others, the Domain name bought by QuinStreet, the largest ever sale of a domain name, leading sex.com. It was originally acquired by Insure.com for $1.6 million in December 2001.

The record for most expensive domain name ever sold changed hands again in late 2009, when internet marketing firm QuinStreet purchased Insure.com for $16 million.

Current traffic Details


Page Rank: 7/10
Compete rank: 9,448

Sold to QuinStreet for $16 million in 2009

2. Sex.com







The world's "most valuable" Internet domain name, sex.com is also the world's priciest domain surprising, sex.com was bought by an offshore holding company in 2006 for a $14 million as per report.

The founder of dating website Match.com, Gary Kremen, bought it in 1994. The world's "most valuable" Internet domain name, sex.com, went up for grabs in July of this year after US-based Escom filed for bankruptcy.

Current traffic Details


Page Rank:-
Compete rank: 99,732

Sold for $12-$14 million in 2006









Publicly traded Internet company that operates in the financial services and investment fund options is the another domain which got big bucks, the domain was reportedly bought for $9.99 million in 2008. There is pretty dispute, whether Fund.com or sex.com holds the record for the highest price web domain

Current traffic Details


Page Rank: 4/10
Compete rank: 832,213

Sold for $9.99 million in 2008

4. Porn.com

...? Its fair not showing the site’s hot screen shot.., am I right..? :)

Domain name registrar and reseller Moniker.com said that Porn.com was bought by Detroit-based MXN Ltd, an Internet media and investment business. In May 2007 Porn.com Web domain was sold for $9.5 million.

Sold for $9.5 million in 2007











Jake Winebaum a previous chairman of the Walt Disney Internet Group, and Sky Dayton, founder of Earthlink, found Business search engine and web directory in 1999. For over half a decade, Business.com reigned as the world’s most expensive domain name after its 1999 sale for $7.5 million. The domain retained its record until 2006. The company was sold to Yellow Pages publisher RH Donnelly for $345 million in July 2007 business.com.

Current traffic Details


Page Rank: 7/10
Compete rank: 501

Sold for $7.5 million in 1999






An online diamond and jewelry retailer Ice.com purchased 'Diamond.com' for a reported $7.5 million in 2006 from Odimo Inc. Diamond.com quite simply sells diamond jewelry.

Current traffic Details


Page Rank: 5/10
Compete rank: 42,933

Sold to Ice.com for $7.5 million in 2006









Beer.com, a search engine for beer, beer brewing, tasting, beer news, history of beer and drinking game was sold for $7 million in 2004. William Fisher, a Web developer from Colorado was the first owner of beer.com domain in 1993 which he sold to generic domain name developer InterneRealEstate.com in 1999 for only $80,000 where Fisher was having 20% stake in the domain name.

Later, one of the world's largest beer company Belgium-based Interbrew bought this domain name for $7.5 million.

Current traffic Details


Page Rank: 6/10
Compete rank: 124,481

Sold for $7 million in 2004










The domain Israel.com was bought by a 46-year-old Jewish American, Joel Noel Friedman in 1994. Friedman is believed to have bought the site as he feared it could be misused by someone else. The site gave general tourist information about Israel and its heritage. Israel.com Billed as "your first and best source for information about Israel"

In 2008, he sold the site for $5.88 million. The identity of the new owner was not revealed.

Current traffic Details


Page Rank: 5/10
Compete rank: 365,395

Sold for $5.88 million in 2004












The Online gambling site was sold in the year 2003 for a price of $5.5 million.

Current traffic Details


Page Rank: 4/10
Compete rank: 70,184

Sold for $5.5 million in 2003









ToysRUs, a retailer beat National A-1 in a hotly-contested auction and purchased Toys.com for $5.1 million In 2009

The Parent Company filed for bankruptcy in December 2008 in the US. Toys.com auction was held after the recent meltdown of The Parent Company.

Everybody else stopped bidding at $3 million, but the toy company and National A-1 Advertising, owners of domains such as free.com, boys.com and divorce.com bid kept bidding until the retailer won.

Current traffic Details


Page Rank: 5/10
Compete rank: 57,696

Sold to ToysRUs  for $5.1 million in 2009
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