CBS and JPMorgan among the big names buying domain names in the aftermarket last week.
Afternic sold just shy of $1 million worth of domain names last week. Here are some purchases by end users.
St. John Cantius Church bought Cantius.com for $1,800; it already owns the .org.
Waterloo, Iowa Marketing company Impact bought ImpactHealthcare.com for $1,850.
Equestrian Stylist, a site for horse lovers, bought EquestrianConsulting.com for $1,200.
Amana Villas in Bali bought BaliMap.com for $10,000.
UK student housing company Unite bought HomeForSuccess.com for $3,388.
Entertainment University, an online coaching site for artists such as musicians, actors, and dancers, bought EntertainmentCoaching.com for $1,495.
Online shopping site NexTag, Inc. bought HealthLane.com for $2,988.
Metal building manufacturer NCI Group bought ABCMetal.com for $3,000.
Natural health and food site NaturalNews.com bought the clever domain name FoodForensics.com for $2,788.
Washita Valley Enterprises picked up WVEI.com for $2,500.
AAA Movers in Minnesota shortened its domain name from AAAMoversInc.com to AAAMovers.com for $1,888.
ZenGuard UG, which offers a proxy browsing solution, bought Zenmate.com for $1,295. It uses ZenGuard.org as its web address.
Ambotis Tours in Greece, which uses the domain Ambotis.gr, bought Ambotis.com for $3,291.
Intertech Plastics, Inc. in Denver paid $1,350 for IntertechSolutions.com. It uses IntertechPlastics.com for its website.
The owner of ThinkSeascape.com, which has a coming soon notice, might be changing plans for his new company name after buying Wingscape.com for $1,000.
Insurance claims management company CCC Information Services bought CCCOne.com for $1,971.
Bryn Mawr communications, publisher of health content, bought PracticalNeurology.com for $1,755.
A group somehow associated with Highland Capital Management, an alternative credit investor, bought BankruptcyFunding.com for $2,588.
Australian company Online Medical, which provides marketing services to medical groups, bought OnlineMedical.net for $2,488. It uses the .com.au address for its website. The .com is owned by Nokta.
Sailboat company Catamaran bought VirginIslandSailing.com for $2,388.
Online forum creator Group Builder bought CattleForum.com for $1,700.
The city of Southfield, Michigan bought SouthfieldPolice.com for $1,500.
Commodity & Ingredient Hedging, LLC in Chicago bought MarginManagement.com for $2,095.
CBS bought MediaWolf.com for $2,588.
North American Blueberry Council paid $3,988 for BluesRoom.com. The group uses nabcblues.org for its web address. I suspect the domain was originally bought for the blues music connotation.
OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc, a library cooperative, bought DeweyDecimalSystem.com for $2,588.
Maple Pharmacy, Inc in Las Vegas paid $1,395 for MaplePharmacy.com.
Asyst Data Group, which sells community association software, bought AssociationLife.com for $1,988.
JPMorgan bought GoodBankers.com for $1,595. It was bought by someone out of its London office…home of the “London Whale” banker.
Vermeer Manufacturing Company, which sells trenching and drilling equipment, bought TreeViews.com for $1,995.
The Merchant Store, which offers payment services to merchants, bought USPOS.com (POS = point of sale) for $X.
AAA Flag & Banner Mfg. Co. in California paid $1,477 for EcoBanners.com.