End user sales report includes some big names.
This week’s end user domain name sales report includes a purchase by AOL that’s likely for a new site and the Workers Voices PAC picking up a domain name for the upcoming campaign.
The Hangout, a restaurant in Gulf Shores, Alabama, bought TheGulf.com for $4,479.
The owner of EdHelper.com bought EduHelper.com for $$21,288 and ExHelper.com (a typo) for $1,245. The EdHelper.com sale must have been through Afternic’s partnership with GoDaddy. (And apparently EdHelper.com is doing quite well.)
Financial Planners Inc, owner of pinnaclewealthgroup.com, bought PinnacleWealthManagement.com for $1,800.
Florida’s Camp Frontier bought OvernightSummerCamps.com for $3,000.
Australian company CodeFire bought CodeHire.com for $3,500 for a site connecting employers to coders. The company also owns CodeHire.com.au.
AOL paid $3,300 for HomeInspiration.com. Is it for a new blog?
A Mark Monitor client bought RestorationProgram.com for $3,200.
A Coldwell Banker real estate agent bought her own name, HollyHinds.com, for $1,177.
Meanwhile, a Re/Max agent in Alabama bought HomeTeamRealty.com for $4,000.
Political domain buy alert! AFL-CIO Workers Voice political action committee (PAC) bought YourCampaign.com for $4,588. (This was a good deal.)
The owner of FindaBuilder.co.uk bought FindBuilder.com for $2,488.
Tamara Freeze, an employment lawyer representing employees in wrongful termination, sexual harassment, discrimination, and disability accommodation, bought WorkplaceInjustice.com for $1,288.
Payment processing company Financial Transaction Services paid $4,999 for CardConnect.com.
Quantum Energy UK Ltd bought QuantumEnergy.co.uk for 800 GBP.
Elite Water Pty Ltd, an Australian company, bought EliteWater.com for 2,500 EUR.
The company that bought Chueys.com for $775 had better be really careful. You don’t mess with the seller of the best creamy jalapeno sauce in the world.