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  • What domains Reader’s Digest and 23 others bought last week

    1. BY - Jan 09, 2013
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    Reader’s Digest buys a .net and other end user domain sales.

    This week’s end user sales report includes big names like Reader’s Digest and the UAW. Also note the handful of companies that bought the .net equivalent of one of their .com domain names.


    The owner of bought for $12,000.

    Vancouver Laptop, a laptop repair shop, paid $1,499 for It already owns and

    Sign company Sign Expo NYC bought for $1,600. Its web site is

    The owner of bought the shorter domain name for $2,488.

    LifeTips bought for $12,000.

    Global Evisions Solutions, Inc., which owns, bought for $1,617.

    Another case of a .com owner buying the .net: Newcomb Broadcasting Corporation, which operates the Christian radio station WFAX and owns, paid $1,477 for

    And again: Reader’s Digest bought for $1,588. It owns

    Workers union UAW paid $2,800 for

    Centurion Medical Products bought for $1,088.

    Family law lawyer Frank Tournour picked up for $1,395. He owns

    Farm Bureau Management Corp bought for $1,677. The Iowa Farm Bureau, which is connected, owns

    Audiovisual company AV Associates picked up for $1,800. It has been using the singular

    Veterinarians Online, based in Sweden, paid $1,700 for

    Community 1st Credit Union bought for $1,477.

    The owner of went global with at $1,195.

    Law firm Jensen & Jensen paid $1,000 for

    National Student Clearinghouse, which does degree and enrollment verification, bought for $1,488.

    Web hosting company bought for $2,095.

    Financial management firm Windsor Assets paid $1,900 for

    National Financial Educators Council paid $1,000 for


    Digital Travel GmbH bought for $5,400.

    Irish IT consulting and managed services company Version 1 bought for 1,250 GBP. It already owns

    UK travel company Southall Travel Limited bought for 1,200 GBP.

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