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


.ORG is a gTLD administered by the Public Interest Registry. The name is derived from organization, which was the original intended use for it. Today it is commonly used by schools, open-source projects, and communities as well as by for-profit entities. Currently more than ten million .org domains have been registered.


Top .org Domain Sales:

  • poker.org sold for 1,000,000 USD on 02/26/10.
  • autoinsurance.org sold for 440,000 USD on 04/07/11.
  • engineering.org sold for 198,000 USD on 02/01/03.
  • sexe.org sold for 151,400 USD on 06/17/08.
  • date.org sold for 150,349 USD on 12/20/06.
  • freecreditscore.org sold for 123,000 USD on 01/27/11.
  • move.org sold for 120,000 USD on 02/08/15.
  • revolution.org sold for 120,000 USD on 07/23/08.
  • ringtones.org sold for 120,000 USD on 07/23/08.
  • loan.org sold for 105,500 USD on 12/20/06.



 


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Josh MacDonald, United States