Sedo’s end user sales last week include a three letter .org that sold for $56,000.
I’m trying a different format for this week’s end user domain name sales report. The format is domain / price / buyer. Let me know if you prefer this to the old format.
FaceTravel.at – 2,500 EUR – German travel company Facetravel GmbH.
USA.org – $56,000 – this one hits close to home. It’s an Austin marketing company called GasPedal, which is located about a mile from my office. They operate SocialMedia.org and WordofMouth.org, so I suspect USA.org is another one of their projects.
Ecommerce-Academy.co.uk – 1,450 EUR – The e-Commerce Academy in London.
Liquid.at – 800 EUR – e-LiquidBase GmbH, a seller of e-cigarette liquids.
PowerCorea.com – $1,600 – Power Corea Global Pty Ltd, which provides products for materials, site equipments, welding equipments and safety equipments to Australian wholesalers. It uses PowerCorea.com.au for its web address.
EntryBox.com – $1,900 – Entrybox AS, a Norwegian company that owns Entrybox.no.
C-Food.com – 2,000 EUR – Food company C-Food International. It had been using C-Food.info for its website and does not own cfood.com.
NAG.net – $6,975 – National Australia Group (Europe) Ltd, a financial institution. It does not own NAG.com.
PPV.biz – $750 – Advertising company UberMedia bought this domain, so I assume it stands for Pay Per View. UberMedia is an IdeaLab company. IdeaLab hatched GoTo.com in the 90s…which created the pay-per-click text ad market.
Rescape.com – $2,500 – Rescape Corporation, which may not have publicly launched yet.
EmailMarketingServices.com – $15,000 – Online marketing company Centerfield.
MobilePaymentService.com – $1,900 – UK communications company TalkTalk
GlobalEdgeConsultants.com – $2,000 – Energy consulting company Global Edge Consultants “dropped the ‘the” from its long domain name.
FederalReserveHistory.com – $850 – Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, which is not affiliated with the U.S. government’s Federal Reserve.
BuzzDigital.com – $750 – Affiliate marketing company Buzz Referrals, which uses the domain name BuzzReferrals.com.
I like this report format much better, Domain first, then price, then background story. Easier to follow!
IMHO, this format is better than older one 🙂
David Gruttadaurio says
Yep. I agree as well. Nice improvement. Thanks for publishing these for us, Andrew.
Happy to read that people feel the same about the format, confirming my suggestion was good.
Now it should be interesting to browse these end users sales posts.
Andrew Allemann says
Thanks for your feedback, Francois.
This works too.
I like it!
Daniel Ballard says
lot more comfy to read, congrats
Keziah Gundampati says
The background info is about the new (purchaser)or older(seller) owner ?
Andrew Allemann says
surely better !
Albert J. says
Those prices are insane! Where to is this sector rolling to?