I found the recent sale of 67Q.com very interesting, because it proves the shortage of 3-letter domain names is now resulting in significant sales prices for character/number domain combinations in the 3-letter LLL dot com category. Honestly, I feel domains in this category are worth even more, and was surprised that this domain name didn’t go even higher. Whoever purchased it picked up a good domain name at a great value.
That said, I should note that my interest in this domain name is also personal and that my feelings can be classified as bias, as I happen to own a very similar domain name, 65Q.com. Not a month goes by that I don’t receive one or more unsolicited offers for 65Q.com.
What I do know is that I would not part with 65Q.com for $3,411. The sale of 67Q.com for this amount is yet another example of what can go wrong if you set your reserve price too low on a short-period domain name auction.