Big companies made domain name purchases last week.
Microsoft and Allstate were among the end users that bought domain names that were reported on Sedo’s sales list last week. Here are some of the end user sales.
(You can see previous end user sales reports here.)
Sandwich.co $18,000 – Sandwich Video, which produces videos for tech products.
RentalStars.com $1,995 – a Mark Monitor clients
HappyDeal.ch 850 EUR – Happy Deal Sàrl. I can’t find much about the company. It appears to not have a website yet.
OneDrive.com.au $5,000 – Microsoft changed the name of one of its cloud storage services from SkyDrive to OneDrive, and has been acquiring related domain names ever since.
Debunkinator.com $1,000 – Allstate bought this domain and forwards it to AllStateGoodtoKnow.com, “a community dedicated to providing real info, expert tips and conversations about protecting your home and family.” The site appears to be under construction. Perhaps they want GoodtoKnow.com as well but are having trouble acquiring it.
NaturalEssentials.com $5,000 – Natural Essentials in Streetsboro, Ohio shortened its domain name from NaturalEssentialsInc.com.
SeventeenWest.com $1,149 – Riverstone, which seems to be a property company in Seattle. This sounds like the name of a development.
Watson.net $3,000 – IT firm Watson & Associates
Culer.com $2,277 – Auramist, which sells misting fans. I own one of their fans.
LiveMarkets.com 3,500 EUR – Financial trading company Trendbird
Taxible.com $700 – the company that created the Taxible app. It has been using TaxibleApp.com.
BetterCancerCare.com $819 – Saladax Biomedical, Inc.