Hearst Buys Pilot.com for $300,000

Media company buys domain name Pilot.com.

Media conglomerate Hearst has purchased the domain name Pilot.com for $300,000. Hearst is well known for publications such as Cosmopolitan, Esquire, and the San Francisco Chronicle. A review of Hearst’s products does not show much related to “Pilot”, so we’ll have to wait to see what the company is up to. Domain brokerage Sedo handled the transaction from a private seller.

Sedo also brokered the sale of Nasty.com for $200,000 to a different buyer. That domain is still in the transfer process. Another buyer picked up NoStrings.com and NoStringsAttached.com for a total of $75,000.

Here are the rest of this week’s sales at Sedo:

pilot.com 300,000 USD
nasty.com 200,000 USD
mec.com 99,000 USD
golfcoursesguide.com 62,000 USD
nostrings.com 37,500 USD
nostringsattached.com 37,500 USD
collegeoverview.com 20,000 USD
ffb.com 18,000 USD
chargepoints.com 14,999 USD
bsh.com 10,501 USD
lmd.com 10,100 USD
winga.com 7,999 EUR
windeal.com 7,500 USD
shortcodes.com 7,299 USD
viajabien.com 5,300 EUR
novotempo.com 5,002 USD
emanifest.com 5,001 USD
whichisbetter.com 5,000 USD

umschuldung.de 12,501 EUR
sch├â┬Ânheitsoperation.ch 9,000 EUR
js.de 8,099 EUR
ow.de 7,500 EUR
aegypten.eu 4,900 EUR
bonuszertifikate.eu 4,000 EUR

jadu.net 5,000 USD
ax.org 5,000 GBP
renten.org 3,600 EUR
schmerz.info 3,600 EUR

[Note: The original title of this post, which was up for less than an hour, may have been misunderstood to suggest that Hearst bought both Pilot.com and Nasty.com. Of course, it only bought Pilot.com.]


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