17 end user domain sales at Afternic

Law firm’s $17,500 purchase of TrafficLaw.com among Afternic’s end user sales last week.

Afternic had a relatively slow sales week by dollar volume last week. But it had some notable end user sales, including the sale of TrafficLaw.com.

St. Louis area pharmacy Elliott Pharmacy bought ElliottPharmacy.com for $1,477.

Construction company Skilled Trades bought SkilledStaffing.com for $2,088.

Fashion designer John Varvatos picked up Varvatos.com for $1,000.

Better Bathrooms was back in the aftermarket to pick up BetterCompare.com for $2,595.

Non-profit FamilyLife bought ArtofMarriage.org for $1,200.

Integrity Research & Consultancy, which operates online at IntegrityResearch.co.uk, bought IntegrityResearch.com for $2,000.

Blackfoot Telecommunications, which owns fremontsolutions.net, bought FremontSolutions.com for $1,292.

French Media Events Group
, which promotes French culture in NYC, bought TasteofFrance.com for $1,400.

Hydroliner – which sells a PVC pipe product – bought Hydroliner.com for $1,000.

Adult service Talklive bought another domain, TalkToHer.com, for $1,800

The owner of absoluteit.com.au went global with AbsoluteIT.com for $3,500.

Clarkson Eyecare in Montana paid $4,000 for EyeCare360.com.

The Henry Ford Museum in Detroit bought TakeItForward.com for $1,088

St. Louis law firm Onder Law paid $18,500 for TrafficLaw.com.

Web development company Virtual Pages bought VirtualPages.com for $1,750. It had been using VPDL.com.

The owner of Kitchencouture.net upgraded to .com for $2,500.

Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center bought PreclinicalServices.com for $1,688.


  1. Ron says

    If you have been watching afternics sales via their homepage, they have really been selling sub $1000 inventory at discounted prices, they are not a domainers friend by any means, really diluting pricing, whoring out domains at best.

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