Archives for April 2010

GoodNews.com Could Mean Great News for Kevin Ham’s Wallet in the Billion Dollar Group Buying Business

GoodNews.com, appears to be Kevin Ham's latest venture to kick off 2010. The web site is Coming Soon but it works on the premise of Group Buying. Group Buying is a strategy where people connected over the internet get a better deal on pricing, when the entire group purchases the same … [Read more...]

@GoodNewsVan Twitter followers get sneak peek at Kevin Ham’s newest group buying venture

If you've logged on to Twitter recently, @GoodNewsVan (the Twitter account for Kevin Ham's Group Buying venture GoodNews.com) announced that followers would get to take a sneak peek at the new web site.  True to their word, since July 5th, there have been a limited number of Tweet messages … [Read more...]

Items.com the $50,000 domain name sold in 2010, launches “Optimized Social Shopping” website

Items.com which sold in January on Sedo for $50,000 recently launched a shopping site.  Items listed on the website range from "At Home" items to Beauty, Clothing, Computers, Electronics and more.  The Items.com web site appears very new as the Facebook, blog and twitter entries associated with … [Read more...]

Beta site of Kevin Ham’s newest venture is available (it’s DEFINITELY run by Kevin Ham, see it here)

Goodnews.com isn't limited to a Coming Soon page, the website is in beta as well, and you can access the beta website and learn about Kevin Ham's newest plans for an online business powered by group buying. You can probably expect the full version of the website to be unveiled soon to the general … [Read more...]

Rookie Mistake as Rookie.com Expires, once owned by the National Rookie League (NRL)

The domain name Rookie.com expired on April 20, 2010 and goes to auction on May 25.  It already has 59 bids with a high pre-bid of $2,301 on NameJet.  The domain name was once owned by the National Rookie League which had a website online in the early 2000s before being disbanded. According to … [Read more...]

Hallpass Media’s Bill Karamouzis Relaunches new company site, “Develop Those Generics!”

Hallpass Media has launched a new company site that showcases the company's collection of highly entertaining gaming and virtual world websites.  The owner of Hallpass Media is the March/April cover story at DN Journal and Bill has been the subject of several stories here on Fusible.com in recent … [Read more...]

Software.de sells for $313K on Sedo; Did Software.com buy another great domain like they did with Software.co.uk?

The keyword software which is searched over 1 million times per month globally, has sold at Sedo for $313,618.90 USD.  Software.co.uk sold on Sedo in October 2009 for $249,000 after being purchased by Software.com Holdings Pty Limited.   While the price of the .de is considerably higher than the … [Read more...]

Retweet.com finally changes hands. Can you guess the buyer?

We've written about Retweet.com plenty of times here on Fusible.com, from the domain name accidentally listed for sale on the Expiring Domain Marketplace Namejet, to its rise in popularity, to its eventual sale on Flippa for $250,000 USD.  Concerning the sale, it took a long time for the … [Read more...]

Seller who hand-registered Single-Letter Domain Name D.TV in March 2010 Earns Nice Return: $18,000

In case you missed it on Michael Berkens blog or NamePros, the seller of D.TV who hand registered the domain name in March 2010, earned a nice return.  The name sold on Sedo to Michael Berkens who wrote about the name being registered for less than $22 on March 18 after the .TV registery released … [Read more...]

YummyNames Publishes Pricing on Thousands of their domain names, Take a Peek at what they charge

YummyNames (yummynames.com), the service of Tucows, with tens of thousands of domains in their portfolio for sale is publishing the pricing in more of their domain names.  Over the past two years, the site put a Contact Us link for the majority of their domains, but that has changed. Not everyone … [Read more...]