A pharmacy chain, cybersecurity company, and a baseball glove company made domain purchases last week.
Afternic sold just over $1 million worth of domains last week. Here are 22 of the purchases that were clearly to end users.
Glimmerglass, which offers big data product Cybersweep to extract actionable information for cybercrime, bought CyberSweep.com for $19,000.
Examp prep and tutoring company Huntington bought iPrep.com for $7,995.
Amplify, a News Corp company, bought Amplify.net for $10,000.
The owner of SwissMassage.ch bought SwissMassage.com for $1,200.
Dance group travel company Dance Around the World bought DanceAroundTheWorld.com for $4,000. It currently uses the .com.au version of this domain.
LiveCareer LTD, an online resume builder, bought Jobtap.com for $1,700.
Costa Rica IT company Gridshield, part of Nomadic solutions SA, bought Gridshield.com for $1,095. It has been using Gridshield.net.
Concord Health, which sells “medicinal mushroom” products, bought ConcordHealth.com for $2,700. It already owns the .net and .com.au versions of this domain.
Office machines company DocuCopy, Inc. bought OfficePrinter.com for $1,944.
Gulf Business Machines in Dubai bought G-B-M.com for $1,288.
Memorial Hospital in Towanda, Pennsylvania bought eMemorial.org for $1,088.
German company TriSytle Mode GmbH shortened its domain from TristyleGroup.com to Tristyle.com for $3,708.
Commercial real estate company NAI Houston bought ProposalNet.com for $1,200.
Real estate company Steiner + Associates paid $1,488 for LibertyCenter.org for a project it is currently developing.
Canadian drug store Value Drug Mart bought ValueValet.com for $1,588.
Forceout, maker of a spiffy baseball glove, bought Forceout.com for $2,462. It now forwards its old domain, ForceoutGlove.com, to the new one.
Couchsurfing, a company that helps you find a host to stay with when you travel, bought SofaSurfing.com for $3,000.
A London company called Holistic Group bought HolisticGroup.com for $2,000.
Technology company NetworkingLinks upgraded from .net to .com by paying $1,288 for NetworkingLinks.com.
Pacific West Communications, Inc. made a big upgrade with PWCinc.com for $2,000. It has been using PWCinc.ws.
The Risk Management Association bought RMAU.com for $4,288. I assume the first two letters stand for “risk management”.
Medical market research company Ricca Group bought MedScoop.com for $3,000.