Paste Magazine buys Paste.com for $100,000

Paste Magazine have just acquired a shorter URL, Paste.com, to the tune of $100,000.

“Paste is a leading online destination for pop-culture enthusiasts, covering music, movies, TV, books, videogames, gadgets, apps, beer, comics and just about anything else we find interesting.

In less than a decade, the site has grown to more than 3 million unique monthly visitors, thanks to readers hungry for authenticity and creativity.

This highly engaged and devoted audience (including 130,000+ Twitter followers) looks to PasteMagazine.com to discover the Best of What’s Next in music, film, books, games and television.”

By buying Paste.com, the online publication hopes to brand itself in a more efficient manner.

The sale was co-brokered by Dave Evanson and Jay Finnan of Sedo.

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Comments

5 Responses to “Paste Magazine buys Paste.com for $100,000”
  1. Ron says:

    Thought the buyer got the better side of the deal.

  2. DomainGang says:

    Ron – That was a good deal, I think.

  3. Frank says:

    They left about 500k on the table

  4. DomainGang says:

    Frank – How so? Even estibot pegs the name at $103,000.

  5. Frank says:

    I did not see that. I guess they got a deal then lol…

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