Large companies snap up domain names at Sedo.
This week’s Sedo end user sales list is packed with big name end user buyers. Fortune 500 companies bought domains for under $2,000. The list follows.
Enterprise.bm $1,200 – Enterprise Rent-a-Car. .BM is the country code for Bermuda.
Pendler.de 999 EUR – Software giant SAP. I believe they have a product by this name, but I can’t translate well from German. Pendler means “commuter” in German.
DirectSales.club $1,500 – Cosmetics direct-selling company Mary Kay.
NTGroup.com 4,500 EUR – National Treasury Leisure B.V. in Amsterdam.
Liberty.ch 21,000 EUR – The whois shows Swissclear AG. Google it and you’ll land on liberty-vorsorge.ch, a financial services company.
Appropos.com 3,900 EUR – Software company Appropos, LLC shortened its domain name from ApproposDigital.com.
BringTheNoise.com $3,000 – Concert ticket company Live Nation.
Navigator1.com 1,450 EUR – $15 billion company (market cap) FiServ.
SanDiegoRV.com $1,800 – San Diego RV Center, which uses the domain name SDRVcenter.com.
ChemHeritage.com $795 – Chemical Heritage Foundation, owner of the matching .org domain name.
DrsRobotics.com $1,000 – KMT Robotic Solutions in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
HotelPricecompare.com $750 – the owner of hotel booking site BedBooker.com.
Tyre.info $1,000 – the owner of tire review site TyreReviews.co.uk.
Ramses.org $2,299 – Ramses, which I believe is a restaurant in Madrid. It web address is RamsesLife.com.
ArizonaChoice.com $1,595 – Insurance company Word and Brown. They own a number of insurance brands ending in -choice.
Golfballs.co $1,000 – Par Golf Supply, Inc. in Illinois.
GeoSafe.com $3,500 – GeoSafe LLC, provider of GPS solutions to emergency response services, shortened its web address from GeoSafeCorp.com.
WhiskyShow.com 3,000 EUR – Specialty Drinks Ltd, a liqour company.
IWWIW.com 1,999 EUR – Apparel company Under Armour. What do you think it stands for?