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what is web address

An internet address or domain name of a website, file, or document in the general format http://www.address/directories/filename Every computer connected to the internet has its unique web address, without which it cannot be reached by other computers. Also called universal resource locator or Uniform Resource Locator (URL).
A Web address, or domain name, is an address where you can be found online. It's how you'll express yourself through email or your website and it's what customers think of when trying to find you.

Why Domain Names Are So Important

On a basic level, domain names are important because the Internet’s addressing scheme is not very effective without them. Each computer on the Internet has an Internet protocol (IP) address: a unique string of four numbers separated by periods, such as 165.166.0.2. Since remembering the IP addresses of all of your favorite Web sites would be nearly impossible, a group of computer scientists created the domain name system to assign a unique name to each numeric IP address. But domain names are much more than just a technical shortcut. A short, Memorable, Easy-to-Spell domain name can make the difference between creating a successful Web presence and getting lost in cyberspace.



The Importance of Having A High Quality Dot Com Domain Name

Why a Dot Com Domain Name?

There are a lot of ideas that float around the business world, some are good and some are bad. Some have been time tested and others, not so much. One of the tried and true solutions for business that you cannot step away from is that of registering a domain name. If you do not go this route, and instead use a free hosting service, or a sub domain name that is not unique to your start up business, you are going to end up losing out on the greater good that comes from internet marketing as a whole. While there are some iconoclasts that have been able to do without this, they are few and far between. Unless you want to have the hardest battle getting visitors and traffic to your page, it’s best to consider registering for a good domain name, as well as look into web hosting that is going to allow you to create a stellar website.

The Professional Reason

First and foremost, the best domain names are attributed to professional businesses today. The amateurs and hobbyist in your niche and industry are going to be highlighted by their lack of professionalism. That is going to show in the way they present themselves and their business. For instance, some people try to get away with a social media domain, or with just a phone number. While that may have marginal results, it will show others that they are not necessarily on the same “professional” level as others in the marketplace. If you want to stand tall, and to get with the standards of professional grade solutions in your niche, you have to register a .com, it’s that simple.

Staking Your Claim

Much like the Wild West, you have to stake your claim online. If you do not do this, someone else could easily come through and register your name, leaving you without your businesses name or address online. If someone else is going to have your name and redirect all searches to their homepage, you’re going to lose out. You could try to register a different name, but when it comes to domain registration, your name is as important as your real life identity. Without a good domain name, you are going to end up with marginal results and have a much harder time marketing your business, services, and brand overall. You have to stake your claim as soon as you have a few domain name suggestion ideas in place, and register it for a long time.

Several Names Matter

A high quality dot com domain is not limited to just one area. You’ll definitely want to purchase names that are misspelled, similar to yours, and with several extensions. Tying up your brand online should ensure that no stone is left unturned in the case of traffic generation. If someone types in your domain name or something similar in the address bar, you want them to land on your page. If they don’t, then someone else could use your branding to make money, gain traffic, or redirect visitors to a competitive website overall.

Internet Marketing

At the end of the day, if you register domain ideas that are highly regarded in your industry, even if you’re simply starting out, you’re going to have an easier time with internet marketing. Search engines today take careful consideration of domain names, keywords, and registration time. If you showcase that you’re serious about your business, and industry, register a good domain and search engines will index you faster, better, and give you a bit of leniency as you set up your site and marketing parameters. Test the waters here, and you’ll see that it’s easier to market a .com than it is any other suffix online today.

One thing which is common in this list of expensive domain names is the One word. Most of names are one word and are highly searched words with high CPC. Another thing to be noticed here is all are .com domains and we don’t see any single .org, .info listing, which again shows the importance of .com names. I’m sure you will be surprised to see the list of top most expensive domain name here and the price. Sex is the keyword everywhere and this is true in the case of this list. Porn websites are the biggest seller.



Top 20 Most expensive domain names:

In this list most of the domains are related to porn, gambling and investment industry. Tough giving an exact figure is difficult due to the mode of transaction and other constraints; still this list contains domains which are known to have accounts of. Here is the list :-

Vacationrental

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

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

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.

Sex-com

Sex.com – Here comes the first deal from porn industry. The deal was made for $ 14 million and happened in October of 2010. This domain is doing very well, as it is linked with one of the most searched keyword on search engines.

Hotels

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

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.

Porn

Porn.com – It is another entry from the porn industry. No wonder why this website is doing so well and why new owner spent $ 9.5 million to acquire it in 2007.

FB

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Korea

Korea.com – This is the second domain in our list 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

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.

cloths

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

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.



MORE 250 DOMAIN NAME SALES PRICELIST:

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)
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
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)
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)
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)
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)
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      ;    (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)
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)
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)
Answer.com - $550,000            (2011)
Cardiology.com - $550,000
Macau.com - $600,000             (2006)
AntiSpyware.com - $550,000             (2006)
University.com - $530,000            (1999)
11.com - $525,000
SheMale.com - $520,000             (2007)
Game.cn - $512,000           (2014)
Jerusalem.com - $510,000             (2010)
Laon.com - $500,249             (2007)
Refi.com - $500.000            (03/17)


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Travel, Hotel, Inn, Holiday, Vacation, Asia, Trip, Flight Ticket, Ticket, Renter, Booking, Social, Business, Finan, Finance, Financial, Bank, Banking, Loan, Stock, Forex, Broker, Trade, Trader, Invest, Property, Real Estate, News, Voice, Kitchen, Kit, Express, Export, Sport, Casino, Slots, Adult, Auction, Buy, Sell, Sale, Cost, Candy, Cartoon, Fun, Funny.