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  • Last week’s end user domain name sales at Sedo

    1. BY - Dec 17, 2014
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    Some end user sales…and some probable end user sales.

    Sedo handled 573 transactions last week for a total of about $1.0 million of domain name sales.

    This week’s end user list is shorter than usual, but that doesn’t mean there were fewer end user sales. For one thing, there are a lot of domains still in escrow.

    Another reason is that a lot of sales look like they might be end users, but it’s hard to tell for sure.

    For example, competitiveintelligence.com sold for $35,477. End user pricing? Perhaps, but that’s a great domain name. The buyer also owns about 100 domain names, and I many of them are parked. I suspect it’s an end user sale, but I’m not sure.

    Another example is Hello.us at 3,125 EUR. The address points to a Regus office in New York City. Sounds like an end user sale to me, but I can’t tie it to one company.

    OK, on to the verified list of some of the week’s end user sales at the Sedo marketplace: Click here to view the end user sales list

  • 13 end user domain name sales from last week

    1. BY - Dec 12, 2014
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    RestaurantUniforms.com leads the list.

    Sedo handled 458 transactions last week for a total of about $1.0 million of domain name sales.

    The biggest public sale was RestaurantUniforms.com, purchased by New York uniform company Paragon Uniform & Apparel, Inc. Another notable sale was GIII.com. Although the price tag was only $5,000, the buyer is a $2.1 billion (market cap) clothing company.

    Here’s the list of some of the week’s end user sales at the Sedo marketplace: Click here to view the end user sales list

  • Last week’s end user domain name sales at Sedo

    1. BY - Dec 04, 2014
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    A Hong Kong game developer, investment firm and manufacturer bought domain names last week.

    Sedo handled 509 domain name transactions last week, for a total of $1.3 million. It was a little bit harder than usual to find obvious end user sales, but there are plenty of them.

    Once again, many of the sales were to people who owned one TLD version of a domain picking up another.

    Here’s the list of some of the week’s end user sales at the Sedo marketplace: Click here to view the end user sales list

  • 23 end user domain name sales up to $35,000

    1. BY - Dec 01, 2014
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    Two Heineken breweries among end user domain name buyers.

    I was too busy eating turkey last week to do the end user sales report, so I’m publishing this a week late.

    Sedo closed $1.2 million worth of domain name transactions the week-before-last, including a number of end user domain name sales. Two breweries in Africa that have been acquired by Heineken bought domain names. Also note the sales of .host and .club domains.

    Here’s the list of some of the week’s end user sales at the Sedo marketplace: Click here to view the end user sales list

  • 17 end user domain name sales, including a big .Me

    1. BY - Nov 19, 2014
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    An antiquated technology term in .me sells for five figures.

    Sedo sold $1 million worth of domain names last week. While this week’s list doesn’t include as many end user buyers as the last one (at least publicly), a lot of smaller businesses bought domain names.

    One of the most amusing ones is Telegram.me at $10,000. Now, be honest — if someone told you they registered a domain name with telegram in it, you’d laugh at him. Right? The New Zealand man who sold Telegram.me is laughing all the way to the bank.

    Here’s the list of some of last week’s end user sales at the Sedo marketplace: Click here to view the end user sales list