App maker buys Folia.com for new app.
Afternic and GoDaddy combined to sell $1.1 million worth of domain names over the holiday week ending December 29. Here are some of the sales that were to end users, including Folia.com.
You can see more end user sales here.
Folia.com $37,500 – Branchfire, creator of the iAnnotate app, bought this domain for a new productivity app. The seller appears to be Notion Research LLC, which previously was creating a product called Folia for managing cloud applications.
BidGive.com $2,000 – First Pacific Holdings, a sort of business incubator/holdings company.
FFinc.com $1,077 – Insurance company Fucci & Friedman Inc
Milestone.co $1,000 – Software development and design studio Present Plus.
SensitiveIssue.com $1,221 – a clever purchase by New York based The PR Consulting Group.
ParentsofTeens.com $2,500 – another clever buy, this time by Integrity, an internet content filtering service (e.g. block adult content).
VDPI.com $4,825 – Milk powder company Verndale Products Inc.
BullitProof.com $1,000 – Canadian real estate investment firm BullitProof, which already owns BullitProof.ca.
SummitFleet.com $3,500 – Kaizen Automotive Group, which has a fleet management group.
LACI.org $2,000 – Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator. It uses the longer laincubator.org domain name.
CFO360.com $5,000 – Plum Logic, which offers the Bookkeeper360 service for managing a company’s books. They’re either expanding the product line or bought this for defensive purposes.
NYREIT.com and NewYorkREIT.com $8,300 each – American Realty Capital