Allstate, Batteries Plus among end user buyers.
Let’s get right into it…here’s a list of end user domain sales from the past week via Afternic and Sedo.
Asian Colour Coated ISPAT LTd (ACCIL) owns ACCIL.info and picked up ACCIL.com for $1,200.
Australian entertainment agency Entertainment Management bought EntertainmentCasting.com for $1,450.
Marlen Research owns Marlen.com but added Marlen.net for $2,588.
Carolina Weddings and Events paid $1,477 for TheBridalShowcase.com.
Batteries Plus bought GetWhatYouNeed.com for $2,000. If filed a trademark application for the term a couple weeks ago. (Which brings up a point — if someone reaches out to you about a domain and you’re trying to figure out who it is, check recent trademark applications.)
Evegate Publishing, a UK publisher that publishes South East Business magazine, bought SoutheastBusiness.com for $1,105.
The owner of Kepro.com bought Kepro.net for $1,288.
2040 Vision, which seems to be promoting some sort of charitable capitalism, bought 2040.net for $2,332. It owns 2040Vision.org.
Dental Corporation uses DentalCorp.com.au and bought DentalCareNetwork.com for $4,588.
Retail order fulfillment and logistics company Fifth Gear has InFifthGear.com as its web site. Not a great domain and Oversee owns FifthGear.com. The company bought InOverdrive.com for $1,495; perhaps it will change its name.
Scientific group The Royal Society bought RSOC.net for $1,500.
Garage Door company Overhead Door opened up Openings.net for $5,000.
Solar Wave Energy Inc. bought ThermalGrid.com for $1,788.
Having just gotten our cabinets installed in our new home, I like this one: Cabinetwholesaler.com bought SoftClose.com for $1,200. “Soft close” refers to cabinets that softly close by themselves when they are almost closed.
imortgage.com, Inc. went down the ladder to pick up iMortgage.org for $3,400.
Appliance Connection must be expanding. It paid $1,500 for StunningStone.com.
CharityVillage Ltd. bought CharityCareers.com for $5,000.
The owner of interactiveproject.it went global with InteractiveProject.com for $1,181.
Frost Bank bought FrostBanking.com for $1,200.
The owner of Pyrotechnologies.co.uk bought Pyrotechnologies.com for $1,000.
CSI Kitchen & Bath Studio bought RemodelAtlanta.com for $2,477.
Telecom Leasing LLC bought TelecomRepair.com for $1,288.
The owner of TCTechnologies.tc bought TCTechnologies.com for $3,000.
Harvard Museum of Natural History bought HMSC.org for $3,388.
Computer repair company Niagara Systems Solutions bought NiagaraSystems.com for $1,000.
Converge Technology in the UK bought Converge.co.uk for 1,500 GBP.
Another UK company, Voice Marketing Ltd, picked up VoiceMarketing.co.uk for 1,500 GBP.
The owner of SmartHousing.com just bought SmartHousing.co.uk for $725.
Paste Media Group bought Paste.com for $100,000.
The owner of 247.org bought Options247.com for $1,000.
Allstate bought AllstateInteractive.com for $1,277.
Nice to see Enduser Sales instead of diet of Domain investor Purchases.
Some Good names went at a fair Price, and deep pockets picked up a Deal.
Who bought LAHOTELS.com for $100k?
Andrew Allemann says
@ Vern – not sure. whois is under privacy and domain is still parked.
Domainer Extraordinaire says
“Marlen Research owns Marlen.com but added Marlen.net for $2,588.”
“Frost Bank bought FrostBanking.com for $1,200.”
“Allstate bought AllstateInteractive.com for $1,277.”
Lots of pragmatic companies in this bunch. Why pay a lawyer $5k + for a chance to get a domain name for free?