Big .net domain names bought by end users.
It was a banner week for .net domain names, with the top two reported sales at Sedo both .net domain names. A Bulgarian job website bought Career.net for $85,000 and eCoffee bought Coffee.net for $55,000.
End users also bought a number of good .com domain names this past week, including TaiwanTrade.com for $51,765.
Here’s a look at end user sales at Sedo over the past week:
Career.net $85,000 – Bulgarian jobs site jobs.bg picks up a pricey .net.
Hodge.co.uk £2,488 – A person whose last name is Hodge.
VirtualRace.com €6,500 – 1N3 holds races and donates the proceeds to charity.
TaiwanTrade.com $51,765 – I can’t find out anything about the buyer, but this is surely and end user purchase.
FinStrong.com $2,500 – Fintech company MX, which owns the valuable MX.com domain name.
Instatruck.com $4,000 – The buyer just filed a trademark application for Instatruck for “Transportation and delivery services, namely, same day shipment services”. He happens to live about a mile down the road from me.
Abacloud.com €3,900 – Abacus Business Software.
AutoTitleExpress.com $2,999 – DealerTrac puts on conference for the auto dealer industry. It also sells car titling technology.
PDRS.co.uk £2,000 – Professional Driving Recruitment Services Ltd recruits truck drivers. It has been using the longer PDRSltd.co.uk domain name.
W2M.com €15,000 – Travel company World2Meet uses W2M.travel. It forwards the .com to the .travel domain name.
Paychain.com $12,500 – 1Pay Corporation is a contactless payments company.
Label.ae $4,100 – The buyer is a label printing company that uses Label.co.uk.
Flawless.org $2,500 – The buyer is an individual, but it already has a “coming soon” page at the domain.
Coffee.net $55,000 – eCoffee bought another domain name.
OutStars.com $2,500 – A business contractor outsourcing site is coming soon.
Wspace.com £$9,999 – Wspace will be a new coworking space.