Mike Berkens’ Worldwide Media reports new sales activity:,, and more

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Mike Berken’s Worldwide Media publicly reported sales of five new domain names totalling nearly $100,000 USD. 

The reported sales include a pair of domains, and, for $50,000. was purchased for $1,298 in 2006 at the T.R.A.F.F.I.C East 2006/ Live Domain Auction – the very same auction where was purchased by T.R.A.F.F.I.C co-founder Rick Schwartz for $200,000 and the three-letter domain,, sold for a mere $115,000 to National A-1.   

While went onto sell for significantly less money in 2010 at just $6,500, if went up for sale, it would likely sell for a tad more than $115,000 now that Oprah Winfrey has launched the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) on  According to a rough estimate provided by Compete, site traffic to jumped from a few thousand visitors per month to well over 50,000 unique visitors in January 2011 when Oprah launched her network.

Worldwide Media’s other new publicly reported sales included for $20,000, for $15,000, and $6,500.

Just counting publicly reported sales, Worldwide Media has easily reached its target of $750,000 – the cost of the company’s estimated domain registration fees in 2011.   The company’s top two recent domain name sales (within the last 4 months) include for $230,000 and for $77,000.  Worldwide Media also reported the sale of earlier this year for $50,000, tying it for the #3 top domain name sale with


After turning down low six-figure bids, Mike Berkens’ Worldwide Media sells for $230,000

Worldwide Media Inc.

Popular domain investor and blogger Mike Berkens, launched his corproate web site Worldwide Media Inc. in December. 

Using the web address, the web site provides information on the company’s business, projects, consulting, and still one of the most interesting sections is the Domain Name Sales & Acquisitions section, which  describes a handful of the more than one hundred thousand domain transactions that Worldwide Media has been involved in since the nineties.

The last time I wrote about Worldwide Media, there were 13 offers listed in the Recently Rejected $10,000 and above section, including one offer for for $100,000. 

Since then, at least one more offer of $150,000 for was rejected, but now it appears the buyer and Worldwide Media have finally agreed on a number:  $230,000.

According to the most recent domain name sales section which are not subject to a NDA (Non-Disclosure Agreement), Worldwide Media has sold the domain name for nearly quarter of a million dollars.

Here’s a look at all the offers over $10,000 that were rejected by Mike Berkens’ WorldWide Media.  The ones in bold are new since my last story. $150,000  $125,000 $100,000  $100,000  $75,000 $75,000 $60,000 $50,000 $40,000 $30,000 $20,000 $15,000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000