Webmonkey.com closed for a big number on NameJet, $65,500.
The domain name has been around for a long time, launched back in 1996 it was an online tutorial website composed providing articles on building webpages. The name was recently owned by Condé Nast Publications.
Webmonkey was launched in August 1996.
In 1999, Webmonkey introduced Webmonkey Kids, a web design tutorial site for children.
Webmonkey was shut down in February 2004 following a round of layoffs in the U.S. division of its parent company, Lycos.It was reopened in February 2006, and mothballed again later in 2006.
In May 2008, Webmonkey was acquired by Condé Nast Publications, the company that publishes Wired magazine. It was temporarily relaunched as a wiki, but reconverted due to spam issues. Instead, the Webmonkey website was regularly updated with new articles by Scott Gilbertson until May 2013, when it was decided to stop producing content for it. The webmonkey URL was redirected to wired.com.
The company has a great link profile, the reason for the high price.
From Majestic SEO the company has trust flow of 39 and citation flow of 36.
Fresh External backlink 379,119
|Educational Ref. Backlinks||3,381|
|Governmental Ref. Backlinks||1|
|Educational Ref. Domains||233|
|Governmental Ref. Domains||1|
Domain Authority 66 by comparison Namepros DA 57
Page Authority 53
Moz Rank 5.3