Business Insider buys domain name for new section of its site.
I’ve found that December is one of the best domain sales months of the year. People want to buy domains for projects before the year is up, and other people make New Year’s Resolutions to start new businesses. Do you see the same thing?
Sedo did have any headliners this past week (at least that were made public), but there were some nice end user sales, including one to Business Insider.
Here’s a list of the end user domain name sales last week at Sedo that I was able to identify:
NewEDU.com $11,000 – Academic Colleges of New Zealand
Koudijs.com $7,700 – Koudijs is an animal feed company owned by De Heus Animal Nutrition.
FoxTrot.co $7,500 – Foxtrot is a “modern design and strategy agency” based in Austin.
SoutheastGas.com $6,000 – The Southeast Alabama Gas District in Alabama.
Real-Estate-Guide.de €3,000 – the folks at antique-guide GmbH are buying even more domains.
Air-Alliance.com $3,000 – Luxembourg Air Rescue, which does what its name implies.
TheBahamas.com $2,999 – A student at University of Central Florida bought this domain name and has already started an educational site about whales.
ARAform.com €2,900 – Brazilian technology company Leonsoft.
AlertGo.com $2,688 – CutCom Software Inc. has a handful of products, but none are called AlertGo.com (yet).
Running.shop €2,500 – All4running, which uses the site All4running.nl.
Launchpad.biz $2,500 – Web services company AblySoft bought this domain name, presumably for one of its new products/brands.
GBS.co.uk £2,400 – GBS Architectural Limited bought its acronym.
InsiderPicks.com $2,000 – Business Insider bought this for what looks like a listicles-of-stuff-you-can-buy site.