Weekly report of end user domain sales: 23 on tap this week.
Football (that’s soccer for us Americans) team FC Barcelona bought a domain on the aftermarket this week. Read on to find out which domain they bought.
FC Barcelona (Futbol Club Barcelona) bought OABonline.com for $2,000. OAB is the name for the FC Barcelona Supporter Services Office.
FilmFunds, which helps budding filmmakers get financing for their projects, bought FilmFans.com for $4,188.
GivingCredit, LLC upgraded its domain name from GivingCredit.org to GivingCredit.com for $1,500.
The owner of the Rat Zapper product (and RatZapper.com) bought PestZapper.com for $2,088.
California interior design firm Cadtronics upgraded from .net to .com with Cadtronics.com for $2,600.
uPrinting.com bought GrouPrint.com for $1,327.
UL — who’s logo you probably have on an item somewhere in your house – bought KnowledgeAtWork.com for $3,200.
Mastercraft bought Stuffins.com for $1,425. Sounds like the name of a new product.
The owner of PrintingLab.net upgraded to .com for $1,100.
Chemplex Advanced Materials shortened its web address from ChemplexLTD.com to Chemplex.net for $1,450.
Southern Refrigeration Corp also found a shorter name with the purchase of srcUSA.com for $2,959.
The Sportsman’s Guide, Inc. paid $1,988 for TruckSavings.com.
I recently wrote about CutleryandMore.com buying ProKnife.com for $2,000. They just paid $1,000 for ProfessionalKnife.com. This is a prime example of when you need to buy more than one variation of a domain name.
The National Bureau of Asian Research bought HealthSummit.com for $3,888, .net for $2,388, and .org for $2,088. The NBR participates in the Pacific Health Summit.
Better Built Storage, seller of outdoor storage sheds, paid $3,350 for BackyardStorage.com. This was a smart buy.
Seattle’s StartupCity, a partnership with Startup Weekend, Microsoft BizSpark, TechStars & Founders Co-op, bought StartupSeattle.com for $2,273.50.
Med-Alert, which claims it sells the “The Only Two – Way Medical Alarm”, bought the fitting domain name TwoWayAlert.com for $3,240.
Boutique hotel operator Sydell Group paid $1,195 for LineHotels.com. Line Hotels is one of its brands.
South Coast Surety, which seems to offer surety bonds on more than just the south coast, upped the ante with AmericanSurety.com for $1,195.
ProteinFactory.com, purveyor of proteins to people stronger than I, bought WheyProtein.org for a bulky $8,000.
Tire company Bridgestone bought BAAGU.com for $2,000. I can’t quite determine what this acronym stands for.
You may have heard of TechShop before. From a domain standpoint they’ve always been interesting to me because they started with the TechShop.ws domain name. They now own TechShop.com and forward it to .ws. This past week they bought TechShop.org for $995.
IT services company Dataprise bought HelpDesk365.com for $1,000.
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