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Expired .asia domains list - Great back links, Trust Flow, Domain Authority
Alexa, SEMrush, SimilarWeb, Alexa metrics and more
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.ASIA is the domain extension for Asia and the Pacific. It is a gTLD that is administered by the DotAsia organization Ltd and is open to to the public. .Asia domains were first introduced through a multi-phased Sunrise and Landrush launch process in 2007. Currently, there are more than 455,000 .Asia domains registered.

Top .asia Domain Sales:

  • lasvegas.asia sold for 30,000 USD on 07/16/08.
  • mortgage.asia sold for 23,975 USD on 02/16/11.
  • insure.asia sold for 23,865 USD on 05/06/10.
  • mortgage.asia sold for 17,500 USD on 02/09/11.
  • loan.asia sold for 14,200 USD on 09/22/10.
  • real-estate.asia sold for 14,175 USD on 01/26/11.
  • mueller.asia sold for 13,600 USD on 10/05/11.
  • loans.asia sold for 12,052 USD on 01/12/11.
  • real-estate.asia sold for 10,500 USD on 01/14/11.
  • mobile.asia sold for 10,000 USD on 03/26/14.

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Josh MacDonald, United States

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Josh MacDonald
United States