Afternic sells $1.2 million in domains including a number to end users.
What do a natural gas fracking company, an asphalt layer, and a company that cleans portable tanks all have in common? They bought domain names on Afternic last week. Here’s the list.
The site Auctionet.com bought AuctionNet.com (two n’s) for $6,000.
Building materials company CRH paid $3,000 for CRH.net to go along with its CRH.com domain name.
Asphalt company Lakeside Industries Inc bought LakesiteIndustries.com for $2,595. It owns LakesideInd.com.
Oxford Products, seller of motorcycle accessories, bought OxfordProducts.com for $2,000. Its existing web address is oxprod.com.
North Forest Office Space bought NorthForest.com for $1,600. It has been using nforest.com.
Piping company PipeStock Limited bought FlowStock.com for $1,295.
Strive Logistics bought FreightStop.com for $1,388.
Edge Leadership Consulting, LLC dropped the hyphen in its domain, picking up EdgeLeadership.com for $3,000.
GreytoGreen SARL went global, picking up GretToGreen.com for $1,000. Its web address is GreyToGreen.eu.
American Heart Association paid $1,195 for TeachingGardens.com.
Publicly traded mondoBIOTECH is changing its name to Therametrics, and bought TheraMetrics.com for just $1,095.
Swan ECM Consulting upgraded from Swanco.net to Swanco.com for $1,500.
Tahoe TV, LLC paid $2,388 for LakeTahoeVisitor.com.
Bin-Store.com, seller of bins (what else?), bought TheBinStore.com for $1,477. It does not own BinStore.com.
Luxury Hotels Corp bought ClaridgesHotels.com for $1,595.
Dairy products seller Crystal Creamery bought DeluxeIceCream.com for $1,188.
Hydraulic fracking technology company Advanced Measurements bought AdvancedMeasurements.com for $1,195. This was a smart purchase given that it had been using AdvMeas.com.
Partnership for Strong Families upgraded from PFSF.org to PFSF.com for $4,750.
Dallas Label and Packaging bought PrimeLabels.com for $2,500.
Special interest media publisher i-5 Publishing, LLC bought PoultryWorld.com for $3,950.
Vanity Shops of Grand Forks, the company trying to get Vanity.com, bought VanityStyle.com for $4,488.
Cellular metabolism company Agios paid $1,790 for Agios.net to go along with its Agios.com domain.
Computer Learning Centers in Puerto Rico bought ForwardLearning.com for $2,166.
Grocer Ridley’s Family Markets bought QualityFreshFoods.com for $1,000.
Partners Healthcare bought RecoveryAnswers.com for $1,000.
The owner of vFrame.net bought vFrame.com for $1,000.
ISP EuropaSat bought EuropEsat.com for $3,291.
Return2Fitness smartly bought ReturnToFitness.com for $1,495.
Pioneer Capital Partners paid $6,403 for PCP.net.
Qualawash, which washes portable containers, bought TankWash.com for $1,357.
Deluxeproducts.com.au went global with deluxeproducts.com for $2,500.