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Expired .cc domains list - Great back links, Trust Flow, Domain Authority, Alexa, SEMrush, SimilarWeb, Alexa metrics and more


.CC is the ccTLD for Cocos (Keeling) Islands, an Australian territory of only about 600 people. VeriSign administers this ccTLD, through eNIC. .CC has become the "second largest TLD registry in the United States. .CC domains are registered directly at the second level.
The co.cc domains were spammed to death due to their cheap registration fee and Google in 2001 removed over 11 million .co.cc domains from its SERPs



Top .cc Domain Sales:

  • co.cc sold for 70,000 USD on 07/31/07.
  • cc.cc sold for 70,000 USD on 07/03/07.
  • fr.cc sold for 50,000 USD on 07/13/11.
  • tv.cc sold for 37,000 USD on 04/02/17.
  • tt.cc sold for 20,250 USD on 07/23/14.
  • 722.cc sold for 15,800 USD on 02/27/16.
  • dna.cc sold for 15,500 USD on 04/05/17.
  • it.cc sold for 15,000 USD on 05/26/11.
  • hongkong.cc sold for 14,800 USD on 01/03/16.
  • loan.cc sold for 13,500 USD on 06/08/11.



 


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Josh MacDonald, United States