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One Word -ed (Past Tense) .COM Domains on the Rise

Other than perhaps one or two character domains, one word .coms are the most valuable digital assets that investors or businesses can own and utilize. Top one word .com domains are commanding prices into the 8 figures USD and these scarce plots of Internet real estate will continue to rise in value as everyday more people access and build their businesses online.


Of course, not every one word .com will command a massive price as there are many variations to each word (singular, plural, past tense, past participle) and suffix derivations like -ly, -full, -fy, -ize, -ness. Our job as premium domain brokers is to analyze the market and understand what types of words are most used and will command the highest prices. By far simple, singular words are the most valuable domains to own, they make the best brands and are the easiest to pronounce and spell.


A category of one word domains that we have seen on the rise are past tense words ending in -ed. These types of domains have been commanding higher prices and are being used heavily as alternative to singular word .coms. It is safe to assume that in many cases the past tense domains are much more affordable than their singular .com counterparts (or those are already in use). However, more and more brands seem to be very content with their one word -ed ending names. Below is a list of several examples that we found in use. Among these you will also find large corporations like Booking, HP, Foursquare and H&M that have acquired and are utilizing relevant past tense domains.


Approved.com - Capital Mortgage Advisors

Connected.com - Microfocus

Manufactured.com - Branding agency

Rolled.com - Life Alert

Mapped.com - IOT co

Defined.com - Fitness centers

Plated.com - Home chef startup

Coordinated.com - IT co

Crafted.com - Crafted plastics

Peeled.com - Peeled snacks

Powered.com - Powered Office

Reviewed.com - Gannett subsidiary

Planned.com - Planned concierge

Clicked.com - Robyn Andrews Art

Escaped.com - Security testing

Judged.com - Law firm news

Raised.com - Apparel brand

Constructed.com - Automated claims

Edited.com - Optimization solution

Placed.com - Foursquare

Landed.com - Real estate brokerage

Danced.com - Dance Centre

Watched.com - Multimedia browser

Linked.com - Contrib

Completed.com - Review service

Faced.com - Cosmetics company

Elevated.com - Elevated internet marketing

Secured.com - SSL provider

Cased.com - Auditing assessments

Catched.com - Domain backordering

Named.com - Korean gaming site

Designed.com - Web development

Paved.com - Email marketing

Fabled.com - Marie Claire fashion brand

Placed.com - Foursquare

Reviewed.com - USA Today

Signed.com - Hiring company

Divided.com - H&M clothing line

Booked.com - Booking.com


Here at Grit Brokerage we’ve sold several -ed domains pushing into the mid five figures USD including Versed.com, Installed.com and Unchained.com. Braden Pollock of Legal Brand Marketing is a top domain investor and has shared two impressive sales of -ed domains already this year moving Pleased.com for $40,000 and Packaged.com at $45,000. Braden owns many amazing singular one word domains but also has several more great -ed .coms such as Changed.com, Digitalized.com, Dropped.com and Parsed.com.


As more and more of these domains get scooped up by companies and put to use, we expect to see prices continue to increase on the best remaining ones. Currently, we’re marketing several great -ed domains for sale such as Washed.com, Packed.com, Voted.com, Authenticated.com and several others. Are there other brands you use on a regular basis that operate on a past tense one word .com? Let us know and we’ll add it to the list.




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