Exxon among companies that bought domain names last week.
GoDaddy/Afternic sold about $1.7 million worth of domain names last week. Here are 15 of the sales that were to end users.
Suvidhaa.com $28,000 – Suvidhaa Infoserve P. Ltd., a technology company that uses the domain MySuvidhaa.com.
SeeItVideo.com $3,000 – a CSC client
ElKitab.com $1,999 – communications company Vodafone. It’s possible an employee bought this for his own use, although it’s registered to Vodaphone.
GlassPrism.com $6,000 – Enterprise security company TraceVector
EnergyQuiz.com $2,499 – Exxon Mobil
ReneeRealty.com $1,000 – Bought by Renee Realty, LLC. I assume this is the same company that owns the matching .net.
EdFilms.com $1,599 – Montreal animation studio e.d.Films, which owns the matching .net.
MasterSports.com $2,000 – a southern California youth athletics organizer. They use the domain MasterYourSports.com, so this is a nice upgrade.
TalonInternational.com $2,550 – Talon International, Inc., which sells zippers for clothing. It uses the domain TalonZippers.com.
TheChurchNetwork.com $2,088 – National Association of Church Business Administration (NACBA)
Timberland.net $2,500 – Timberland Services, Inc., a forestry services company in Idaho.
WEMobile.com $13,500 – Wireless Emporium, an online mobile accessories company known as “WE” for short.
ArizonaAttractions.com $1,500 – Bearizona, a drive-through wildlife park in Arizona.
Macbee.com $4,750 – Macbee Co Ltd., which uses the ccTLD MacBee.co.up.
URMedicine.com $2,249 – University of Rochester Medical Center Web Services