When I hear the name Eclass.biz I automatically think of the company Mercedes Benz or some sort of online class. This domain offers high CPC at a whopping $13.90. Here are the Sellers notes: Statistics: Exact monthly searches according to Google AdWords: 201,000 average during the last year 450,000 in October 2014 8,870,000 search results $13.90 CPC rate Looks like we have a very hot uptrend here: the monthly searches have doubled during this year. Online education is gaining extreme popularity nowadays. The released data shows that 5.5 million students were taking online courses in the US in 2012. And this number has dramatically increased since then, and most likely will continue to increase in the future. Also, please note the lucrative high-paying CPC rates. Hence this domain is a great investment. Relevant sales: eclass.com - $31,000 2008-01-01 businessclass.us – Sedo - $3500 – 2014-10-14 computerclass.com - $16,000 – 2007-01-10 actingclasses.com - $41,000 – 2008-01-01 Transfer: Godaddy push to your account would the easiest way to transfer. Click the link if interested.
If you pay any attention to deleting domains and who's catching them then you've probably seen Pheenix at least a time or two before. This newer backorder company has really been working hard to expand over the last year or two and they've been building a bigger and bigger database of registrars to try and compete with companies like NameJet and SnapNames. Keep in mind, with Network Solutions owning SnapNames and eNom owning NameJet you know these two already have quite a few registrars under their belt. Last time I checked both owned at least one or two dozen accredited registrars. That's the name of the game in drop catching top quality expired domains these days! The biggest backorder companies need to continue registering new accreditation with ICANN to expand their speeds and limits to compete with one another. You know these accreditation aren't cheap so they're either buying out old registrars who never did anything, or coughing up allot of pennies to get all of these done. Now you might have a better idea why they charge so much for backorders and love to use the auction process! Next time you're out doing WhoIs lookups on recently deleted domains, keep an eye out for any of the registrars listed below. If you see any of these 10 then you know Pheenix was the one who drop caught it! Alexander the Great, LLC (United States) Website Cyrus the Great, LLC (United States) Website DomainSnap, LLC (United States) Website Ignitela, LLC (United States) Website Julius Caesar, LLC (United States) Website Pheenix, Inc. (United States) Website Threadwalker.com, Inc. (United States) Website Threadwatch.com, Inc. (United States) Website Threadwise.com, Inc. (United States) Website yenkos, LLC (United States) Website