Company that raised $70k on Kickstart buys its company domain name.
This week’s end user domain name sales report includes some big names. Auction house Christie’s bought an Andy Warhol domain name, University of Oklahoma bought a four letter acronym, and a Kickstart success story bought its company domain name.
Auction house Christie’s bought WarholArt.com for $6,457. It is selling some of Warhol’s works.
MasterGuides.com was purchased by someone for $2,000. The buyer is launching a site with video instruction.
Omaha landscaping company CM’s Custom Lawn and Landscape bougt OmahaLandscape.com for $1,888.
Universal Beauty Products, Inc., which has a product line called Via Natural, bought ViaNatural.com for $2,800.
Dermalogica sells an acne product called “Clean Start”, but I suspect a lot of people think of “Clear Start”. So the company paid $5,000 for ClearStart.com.
Ohio bank Strasburg Savings Bank bought SSBonline.com for $1,388.
The owner of RubberDuck.com, which sells footwear, bought AfricanApparel.com for $1,900.
Keystone, seller of architectural stone, bought KeyStyle.com for $10,000.
University of Oklahoma bought OHAI.org for $1,277. It’s likely for the Oklahoma Healthy Aging Initiative.
Specialty Medical Solutions bought SMsolutions.net for $1,788.
Rave Mobile Safety, a software company providing solutions for campus and public safety, bought SafetyProfile.com for $3,750. I suspect some of the company’s technology was used to alert students and faculty about recent bomb threats on campuses such as University of Texas.
The owner of 1stDibs.com, which is currently in a lawsuit with the owner of FirstDibs.com, bought FirstDibs.net for $1,288.
Machine Perception Technologies, which appears to use the awful domain name mpt4u.com, upgraded to MachinePerception.com for $1,588.
The owner of midnightbasketball.org.au went global, buying MidnightBasketball.com for $1,088.
EMILY’s list, which helps elect pro-choice Democratic women to office, bought AmericanWomen.org for $2,588.
Gift Card Impressions, LLC previously bought bought MallGift.com for $2,588 on Afternic. It returned to by TheRestaurantCard.com for $1,795.
Charles Waugh raised $70,074 on Kickstarter for his Slingshot smartphone stabilizer and tripod. He produced it under his company Woxom, and now he bought Woxom.com for $1,000.
UK jobs service Digital Recruitment Limited, which previously bought JobsinMiddlesbrough.co.uk for 1,000 GBP and JobsDirect.co.uk for 9,500 GBP, picked up JobsInLeicester.co.uk for 1,675 GBP.
Niche Media Holdings, LLC, owner of Vegas.com, bought NicheMedia.net for $1,495.
Roland Burger strategy consultants owns RolandBerger.com already but just added RolandBerger.ca for $4,500. It is based in Germany.
The company behind Chewy.com — which bought Chueys.com a couple weeks ago — just bought Chuey.com for $3,250.
Water filter site FiltersFast.com bought SpaFilter.com for $2,500.