A report on 27 end user domain name sales made last week.
This week’s end user domain sales report includes a small purchase by the company that sold Data.com from Salesforce.com for $4.5 million.
New York City bakery City Cakes shortened its domain from CityCakesNY.com to CityCakes.com for $2,500.
Solid Industries & Machine Shop Ltd. in Alberta, Canada bought SolidIndustries.com for $1,788. It already owns the net version.
Harry Caray’s Restaurant in Chicago bought ChicagoSportsMuseum.com for $1,277. The restaurant includes a section called the Chicago Sports Museum.
The Best Battery Co., Inc. in Baltimore dropped the “the” from its domain name, picking up BestBattery.com for $5,500.
Premium Sales Network, which owns the matching .com domain, bought PremiumWholesale.com for $1,850.
Mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) Telecom Service Bureau bought TalkTextData.com for $4,088. That’s a smart buy.
Hotel pillows and bedding company Pacific Pillows, which previously bought HotelBedding.com for $10,000, paid $8,000 for Homeware.com.
Local project “kickstarter” site Neighborland, Inc. decided it needed to protect the British spelling. It bought NeighboUrland.com for $1,595.
Oxbow Corporation owns oxbow.com but also picked up oxbow.net for $2,852.
New York developer Woodstone Development, LLC bought NYLakefront.com for $1,617.
Resources for Infant Educarers bought BabyKnowsBest.com for $1,088.
This was a much-needed purchase. Solutioni Design LTD owns solution-i.co.uk but dropped the hyphen with Solutioni.com for $1,800.
The Code Project, owner of CodeProject.com, paid $2,388 for Codecontest.com.
Cyber security company Wombat Security Technologies, Inc. bought CyberStrength.com for $1,088.
UK equestrian site Just-Riding.co.uk bought JustRiding.com for $1,200. That’s a great buy for the company.
The owner of AngelWholesale.co.uk bought the equivalent .com for $2,400.
The owner of CompleteCleaningCo.com shortened its URL to CompleteCleaning.com for $3,815.
Merrick Bank bought NoHiddenFees.com for $2,400 and RespondOnline.com for $2,300.
UK dating company Adaptation Dating bought the certainly NSFW gilfDating.com domain for $1,000.
Scan Computers Intl Ltd, owner of Scan.co.uk, bought Scan.co.in for $900.
e-cigarette company Vapor Masters already owns VaporMasters.net. It went up the ladder to VaporMasters.com for $1,250.
The owner of Rainbow-Carpet.com dropped the hyphen for $2,100.
Remember UBM? They’re the company that sold Data.com to Salesforce.com for $4.5 million. Well, they put a small amount of that money back to work by buying UBMawards.com for $2,500.
The Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions, which uses the web address acehp.org, bought ccehp.org for $999.
Business telecom company Excite Telecom Inc, which recently paid $4,500 for Calling.net, added VideoConferencing.biz for $3,230. That’s a high number for a .biz.
Reading and writing teaching method site Secret Stories, which uses TheSecretStories.com, bought SecretStories.com for $1,750.