An organic food company, bowling alley, and baby photo site bought domain names via Sedo last week.
Sedo sold $1.4M worth of domain names last week. Here are fifteen domain name sales to end users.
BabyVote Limited, which holds baby picture contests at BabyVote.co.uk, bought BabyVote.com for $2,550.
Secretary Plus Management Support in Brussels bought AssistantPlus.com for $2,095.
A company called ThunderCloud UK bought ThunderCloud.co.uk for 1,550 GBP.
Conservatoire de Musique de Genève bought its acronym, CMG.ch, for 1,950 EUR.
FitnessFightClub PVT.LTD in Bangalore bought FitnessFightClub.com for $2,195. The company already uses the FitnessFightClub.in domain name.
Technology consulting firm Robyn Technologies, Inc. bought TechnologyExpert.com for $2,495 and TechnologyExperts.com for $3,250.
Flooring and ceiling company Armstrong bought LuxuryHardwood.com for $2,000.
CentralNic bought Mex.com for 29,111 EUR.
NY International Shipping bought NYMoving.com for $4,200.
Tasty Vapor, which sells flavored liquids for e-cigarettes, bought TastyVapors.com for $750.
Different Choice FBC Inc., which owns forex broker site DCFXBroker.com, bought DCFX.com for 2,000 EUR.
Guardian Energy Tech, which sells a do-it-yourself spray foam insulation kit, bought SprayFoamKit.com for $2,195.
Natures Path organic food company bought KnowGMO.com (Genetically modified organism) for $5,000.
Ten Pin Alley and Spikes, a bowling and volleyball concept in Ohio, bought TenPinAlley.com for $975. It uses the longer domain TenPinAlleyandSpikes.com. This was a smart buy.
These are better sales than that last batch you posted.Still…that tastyvapors.com sale kinda reeks. These e-cig people are starting to rake it in.Any domain with “vapors” in it is suddenly worth more.
Andrew Allemann says
Maybe the seller was worried about trademark stuff, so figured it was worth it.
of course it’s worth more 🙂 actually i’m surprised that one came so cheap as the e-cig business rakes in millions each month and most of their sales are online… i’ve sold EMD’s who had a little over 1000 GMS and were brand new with double that amount 🙂
Some of the large, very-large, tobacco companies are buying into this e-cig thing for many reasons, unregulated territory being one reason.
Anything with “liquid” and “vapor” dot-com, pertaining to the e-cig industry, needs to sell at least low 5-figures.
They have deep deep pockets for advertising and marketing and a domain name is just that – an advertising and marketing vehicle.
Not on this list but recently sold at Sedo, italianbakery.com for $1004. Watta steal!