A California organ donor group bought DNW.org and a 3D printing company buys a shorter domain name.
GoDaddy/Afternic sold $1.8 million worth of aftermarket domain names last week. Here are 17 that were purchased by end users, including the .org version of this blog’s DNW.com shortcut domain.
You can view previous end user sales reports here.
DNW.org $7,000 – This one obviously caught my eye given that I use the .com version. The buyer is California Transplant Donor Network. I can’t find any use of “DNW” with this group, but I’ll keep an eye on it.
MortgageMD.com $1,800 – a CSC client
TheHomeBakery.com $1,488 – Gracie Moon Pie & Company, a cake baker in Georgia.
StockMarketAlternatives.com $1,488 – Tri-State Financial Solutions Inc. in Houston.
TheDropBox.com $2,650 – This is a great example of how a common term adopted as a brand can still have multiple generic uses. The buyer is Pine Creek Entertainment, which is affiliated with conservative organization Focus On The Family.
RewardConnection.com $1,588 – Texas Disposal Systems, a trash company in Austin. It will be interesting to see how this is used.
PrintME3D.com $1,500 – this 3D printing company upgraded from the undesirable domain name PrintME3DUK.com.
VictorySquare.com $4,500 – Gaming company Victory Square Games shortened its domain name from VictorySquareGames.com
DogFoodAdvisors.com $3,425 – the owner of DotFoodAdvisor.com bought the plural.
CECO.org $1,588 – Conductive Education Center of Orlando
GeoSSL.com $5,000 – GeoCerts SSL
DVAutoParts.com $1,101 – Auto Parts by Direct Vendors in Austin
KISSkit.com $1,000 – KISS Wedding, a site to “keep it simple” and plan a budget wedding.
NAC-Inc.com $1,099 – NAC Architecture in Spokane, Washington.
BWPinc.com $3,288 – Baltimore Waterproofing
HNBank.com $1,250 – Hiawatha National Bank in Glenwood City, Wisconsin.
USP.biz $2,488 – US Pharmacopeial Convention, which uses USP.org for its web address.