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A weekly run-down of end user domain name sales at Sedo.
Sedo’s top reported sale last week was SuperSeats.com, which Michael Berkens sold for a staggering $48,888. With Sedo still in possession of the domain, I can’t confirm my hunch that SuperSeats.net was the buyer. Some other large sales are in the same boat, including RBU.com ($27,500) and 2009.com ($22,500).
Below are 27 Sedo sales from last week where the end user is identifiable. Previous weeks’ lists can be found here. If you’d like to learn how to sell your domain names through Sedo, Andrew Allemann has written this downloadable guide.
Amstor.com (€4700) – This Ukrainian grocery store already owns Amstor.ua and its IDN in cyrillic, Амстор.com.
Recent domain buyers include TrueCar, HomeAway and a company that sells herbs for kids.
Sedo handled 603 transactions last week for a total of $1 million in domain name sales.
The top reported sale was BabyCity.com, which was sold to an herbal supplements company that sells a lot of products geared to kids. Another interesting sale is DrivenByCode.com, purchased by auto data company TrueCar.
Without further ado, here’s a list of 22 end user domain name sales that took place on Sedo last week… Click to see the list…
Recent end user domain name sales at Sedo.
I’m a week behind on end user domain name sales reports since I was busy at the NamesCon conference last week in Las Vegas. This report contains sales made at Sedo two weeks ago, when Sedo handled 593 transactions worth $1.6 million.
Here’s the list.
CapitalConfirmations.com $799 – Capital Confirmation, Inc. provides audit confirmations to banks, brokerage houses, law firms and account receivable/payable departments. They own the great domain name Confirmations.com, as well as the singular version of the domain name they just bought.
Larusmiani.cn $1,999 – Italian fashion clothing company Larusmiani.
Jollycatering.co.uk $1,000 – Jolly Catering Limited, a UK catering company. Click here to view the end user sales list
End user domain names sales continued during the holidays.
Sedo didn’t report domain name sales over the holidays, so this week’s end user sales report includes sales from the past three weeks. Over this period, Sedo handled 1,067 transactions for a total of $2.6 million worth of domain names.
Let’s just right into the list of recent end user sales at the Sedo marketplace: Click here to view the end user sales list
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