NFL team was among the end user buyers of domain names last week.
When GoDaddy acquired Afternic, one of my unspoken concerns was that Afternic would no longer release sales data. GoDaddy has historically released less information than other large domain marketplaces.
The good news is Afternic sales are still be disclosed. The great news is that GoDaddy’s sales are also being included now!
Here’s last week’s sales list from GoDaddy/Afternic:
Gun holster seller Sneaky Pete bought SneakyPete.com for $25,000. The company uses SneakyPeteHolsters.com for its website.
University of Pennsylvania bought TobaccoWatch.com for $1,695.
Online electronic supplies company WesBell Electronics bought PortableCord.com for $1,095, ElectricalWire.net for $1,088 and HookupWire.com for $1,549.
Hospital system Community Health Systems, Inc. bought MyHealthHome.com for $2,195.
Compass Group, a foodservice company, bought EatWellSpendLess.com for $1,895.
Boston law firm Cooley Manion Jones, which uses the domain CMJlaw.com, bough MGMlaw.com for $1,800. Maybe some of the partners are getting fired.
The owner of HeavyHeavy.co bought HeavyHeavy.com for $1,495.
Professional networking site Xing bought Gnix.com for $1,500. I have no idea what it’s for.
Nashville based real estate company Freeman Webb, which manages a lot of apartments, bought TNApartments.com for $1,920.
American Controls & Equipment Inc, seller of industrial equipment, bought Landslider.com for $2,195.
Pure Pest Management in Weston, Massachusetts bought PureSolutions.com for $5,985. It uses PurePestManagement.com as its web address.
Music licensor Sound Taxi bought AudioPunk.com for $2,000.
Choice Home Warranty bought HomeServiceContract.com for $1,895 and InHomeWarranty.com for $1,495. The first one looks like a bargain.
Stax Records, a division of Concord Music Group, bought StaxRecords.com for $1,295.
The Jacksonville Jaguars NFL team bought JacksonvilleJags.com for $1,500.
Dallas Smith Corp, maker of axleless air ride and leaf spring suspension systems for commercial vehicles, bought Lowfloor.com for $2,595.
Trailer Wheel and Frame, a trailer parts store in Houston, bought TrailerRenting.com for $1,695.
Associated Lead Mills, a UK distributor of rolled lead, bought ALMTools.com for $1,195.
The Africa Adventure Company paid AAC.info for $2,888.
Iberia Marine Service, LLC picked up Iberco.com for $2,495.
Factory Athletics, which owns baseball training group BaseballFactory.com, bought BasketballFactory.com for $2,400.
Muriel Siebert & Co., an investment firm, bought SiebertAdvisors.com for $1,000.
West Georgia Health System bought WGHealth.com for $1,695 to match its WGHealth.org domain name.
Tecno Comercial S.A. in Spain bought TecnoComercial.com for $1,595.
Mariner Partners Inc., seller of IPTV monitoring software, bought MarinerTechnologies.com for $1,429.
Modern Teaching Aids, an Australian seller of educational products, bought LessonZone.com for $1,749.
The MGM Mirage bought Skylofts.com for $41,250. It currently uses the domain SkyLoftsMGMgrand.com to promote its lofts at the hotel.
Arabian Cement Company in Cairo bought ArabianCement.com for $1,095.
ExamEdge, which offers test prep, bought AEPAprep.com, MTLEprep.com, ORELAprep.com, and NMTAprop.com for $1,000 each and CBESTprop.com for $2,000.
Network Solutions Northwest, an IT services company that isn’t affiliated with the domain name registrar Network Solutions, bought TeamTechnology.com for $3,488.
Trinity Apparel, a white label clothing company, bought iDesignShop.com for $1,588.