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  • What domains Target, CareerBuilder, and others bought on Afternic this week

    1. BY - Jan 23, 2013
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    Target, CareerBuilder, and the franchisor for TCBY stores make domain purchases.

    As promised, here’s the Afternic sales report for the past week. Some big name buyers picked up domains through the Afternic network.

    Retail giant Target bought and for $1,477 each.

    Nationwide Structured Cabling bought for $1,500.

    Sales consulting company Cohen Brown Management Group bought the killer domain for $4,900.

    CareerBuilder bought for $1,588.

    Software company GuideWare Systems paid $3,000 for Its web address had been

    Tax jobs site bought for $2,000.

    Some MLM program that uses the domain bought for $1,800.

    The franchisor behind TCBY and a couple dozen other restaurants, MTY Tiki Ming Enterprises, bought for $3,288.

    Fashion store went global with for $1,573.

    IT support company Computer Network Associates paid $1,515 for

    Simple Sailing Charters LLC has used the domain But now it owns the domain that matches its name,, for $2,000.

    Bay Cities Container Corp. paid $1,195 for

    The owner of went global with for $2,388. (That’s a lot of globals in one sentence!)

    Net Transcripts, Inc. bought the singular version of its existing domain name for $1,488.

    Food delivery site bought for $2,088.

    Fleet management company Leaseplan Ltd paid $1,588 for

    Data Networks Corporation owns and bought for $3,588. It doesn’t appear to own

    Amira Foods (India) Ltd. bought for $1,495. It owns the plural version already.

    Security company Southwest Patrol bought for $1,339.

    Fisher Investments bought for $3,988.

    The University of Notre Dame bought for $2,195. Wake Up The Echoes appears to be a line from its school song.
    Guitar seller The Guitar Emporium bought for $X. It owns

    Lawing Financial in Kansas bought for $1,682.

    Camden County Technical Schools paid $2,188 for its acronym

    American Institutes for Research bought for $1,435.

    Online backup service bought for $1,756.

    The Retina Vitreous Foundation picked up for $1,395.

    New York Community Bancorp bought for $4,000. One of its divisions is Roslyn Savings Bank.

    Metro Communications Company in Illinois bought for $2,000.

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