A list of 20 end user domain buys at Sedo last week.
Perhaps the most recognizable end user buyer at Sedo last week was Korbel, maker of sparkling wine. But also take a look at click-to-call.com, which shows a whois address at Sedo’s office in Boston.
BlueWave Communications in New York bought BWC.ch for 1,190 EUR.
Advertising agency Sonnen Werbung & Verlag bought Sonnen.ch for 1,000 EUR.
UK company Lifetime Legal bought Executor.co.uk for 12,000 GBP.
Herbs company Richters Herbs, owner of Herbs.com, bought Herbs.cm for $750.
An (as yet) unknown end user bought Bruja.com for $1,999 with the help of Mark Monitor.
This is kind of interesting. Click-To-Call’s whois record shows the registrant as CLick-To-Call.com with an address of 161 First St 4 Floor in Cambridge, MA. You know whose address that is? Sedo’s. I wonder if Sedo is getting into the click-to-call advertising business, or if the domain is just under this whois temporarily. The domain sold for 2,000 GBP.
Health Union, LLC, owner of Migraine.com and other online medical forums, bought Type2Diabetes.net for $14,499. This sale was through its partnership with Go Daddy.
Online gambling company Monte Carlo Ltd bought CasinoFive.com for $8,000.
Eyeforce Video Monitoring Service bought Eyeforce.com for $2,000. It had been using the .net.
Law firm Shumway Van & Hansen bought AttorneysSanAntonio.com for $1,299 and AttorneyUtah.com for $1,995.
DotNetNuke Corporation but the short domain DNNC.com for $1,500
FilmChest, which offers movies from the public domain, bought PopcornClassics.com for $1,895.
eCommerce company Ampersand Commerce Limited bought AMP.co for $9,750.
Richard Ingram law, which focuses on motorcycle accidents, bought BikeWreck.com for $2,980.
Scheduling software company Staffing Angel bought Schedule360.com for $3,897.
Bubbly maker Korbel bought ToastLife.com for $1,250.
IT company Quandrant Four Systems bought Q4Cloud.com for $1,500.
An end user that uses CSC bought TransferLargeFiles.com for $899.
Looks like a new site is coming from a Dallas man who bought WhatsYourBudget.com for $800. Its ironic that the buyer is in Dallas, home of more $30,000 millionaires than anywhere in the world.