iPark.com leads list of Sedo’s end user domain name sales last week.
Sedo sold $1.15 million worth of domain names last week, including some good end user sales.
There’s a lot of money in NYC parking. Imperial Parking Systems, which bills itself as one of New York City’s largest and oldest parking garage operators, bought iPark.com for $23,000. Perhaps it has something to do with this?
PCloud LTD in Bulgaria paid 12,000 EUR for pcloud.com.
Norway company Advantec bought AdvantecGroup.com for $11,500.
A UK company called Assura Management Services bought Assura.co.uk for 895 GBP.
Thomson Reuters paid 810 EUR for the German ccTLD ThomsonReuters.de.
Procter & Gamble bought lecoindesfilles.fr for 1,000 EUR. I can’t quite figure this one out, other than that it seems to translate to “Girl Corner”. I’ll let one of my French readers help out here.
A CSC client bought PurpleClover.com for $8,000.
Wine Racks America bought WineCellars.co for $3,299.
Technology company Admira, which uses Admira.co, bought Admira.com for $7,200.
Insurance leads seller The Lead Company, Inc. bought InsureIt.org for $850.
Mindjuice, which owns the Denmark ccTLD Mindjuice.dk, paid $5,100 for Mindjuice.com.
Video game site network Curse.com bought MadPro.com for $1,000.
Clothing company Next Plc bought NextDirect.co.in for $1,500. It’s shoring up its domain strategy and recently bought Next-uk.com for $1,599.
Penn Hotels, which owns hotels in the British Virgin Islands including one called Hodges Creek Hotel & Marina, bought HodgesCreek.com for $1,277.
TRADERS media GmbH, publisher of financial magazine TRADERs, bought Trader.info for 3,400 EUR.
winecellars.co was a nice sale for $3299. Dropped and registered again October 2012.
“Le coin des filles” has several meanings, depending where you’re from.
More likely, it could mean:
* * Just for girls (women)
* * The area for girls (women)
Andrew Allemann says
John Berryhill says
“TRADERS media GmbH, publisher of financial magazine TRADERs, bought Trader.info for 3,400 EUR.”
It’s a good thing that Trader Publications (the Auto Trader folks) didn’t get to that buyer first. Those guys are rabid about the word “trader”.