Two health related companies, Johnson & Johnson and Cerner, were among end user domain buyers last week at Sedo.
Many of Sedo’s big sales from last week are still in escrow, so this week’s list might seem a little light. Overall Sedo sold 693 domain names for a total of about $1 million last week.
Powerleague Fives Ltd, a soccer league organizer, bought PowerPlay.co.uk for 3,500 GBP.
Connect Hygiene Products, part of Northwood Paper, bought Northwood.co.uk for 7,500 GBP.
Online gaming company GreenTube bought yet another domain name, this time paying $2,900 for GreenTu.be.
A CSC client bought MKT.com for $35,000.
Hunter Law Firm in Hampton, Virginia bought HunterLawFirm.com for $1,000.
c360, a CRM company, bought aec360.com for $749. I’m not sure why it wanted this domain.
Clothing company H&M bought the ccTLD hm.com.co for $10,000. It already owned hm.co.
Johnson & Johnson bought AAHIP.com for $2,195, likely for the African-American Health Improvement Partnership.
Atlantis Business Consulting bought ABCEnergy.com for $1,299.
Chinese content delivery network (CDN) c3edge bought ZenLogic.com for $6,000. This guy might want to rethink letting his domain lapse.
Healthcare company Cerner bought Miravar.com for $999. Perhaps it’s for a new product.
Washington state IT and phone system company Alliant Communications bought Alliant.net for $2,999.
Industrial discount s.r.l., an industrial goods auction service, bought IndustrialAds.com for $1,295.
SAPATOS AS in Norway paid $11,750 for Sapatos.com. It doesn’t look like they own the .no equivalent of this domain.
The Global Orphan Project bought GoEx.org, which it forwards to thegoexchange.org, for $2,500.