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07|13|2011 11:01 am EDT

Sedo unveils Domain Price Index – IDNX

by Frank Michlick in Categories: Domain Sales

IDNX screenshot
In partnership with entrepreneur and researcher Thies Lindenthal, Sedo has developed a standard price index for domain names. More than 6 years of domain sales transaction data from Sedo, coupled with Lindenthal’s expertise in real estate research – a field in which he holds a PhD – makes IDNX is the first quantitative analysis of domain market sales that takes into account the inherent quality of domains, and compares the trends in transacted domains to those of other economic indices such as the NASDAQ. You can see the monthly updated index at .

[Updated] Sedo states in their release that IDNX is first, there is a prior Domain Price Index at: DomainsIndex, which is based on 280,000 domains from a number of different sources and constantly updated.



Michael Marcovici

July 14, 2011 @ 9:38 am EDT

I may point out that there is a much more sophisticated domainsindex at that provides indices for all TLDs and segments sepparately and uses data from many more sources and relies on a base set of 300K domains.


July 14, 2011 @ 3:05 pm EDT

Michael, thanks for dropping by and for the reminder, I was wondering if they were right claiming to be \”first\” in their release. I\’ll add the info to the post. /FM

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