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


.CO is the ccTLD for Colombia and is administered by .CO Internet Second-level .co domains have no restrictions on registration.
.co domains become popular when a large number of startups used them for their primary domain. It is also used by larger brands like Twitter and Google.



Top .co Domain Sales:

  • o.co sold for 350,000 USD on 07/21/10.
  • 8.co sold for 115,000 USD on 03/01/15.
  • onlinecasino.co sold for 100,000 USD on 10/19/11.
  • leaf.co sold for 89,000 USD on 10/16/16.
  • cruises.co sold for 82,500 USD on 09/19/12.
  • e.co sold for 81,000 USD on 08/12/10.
  • business.co sold for 80,000 USD on 05/26/11.
  • lyrics.co sold for 80,000 USD on 02/21/06.
  • mesothelioma.co sold for 76,000 USD on 09/29/10.
  • mega.co sold for 60,000 USD on 11/27/13.



 


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Josh MacDonald, United States