Trade360.com leads list of end user domain name sales.
GoDaddy and Afternic sold nearly $2 million worth of domain names last week.
Here’s a list of 15 that were sold to end users. You can view previous end user sales lists here.
Trade360.com $42,500 – A New York firm called Trade360.
JSA.com $25,000 – Jackson Square Aviation in San Francisco. I think it got a good deal. BuyDomains was the seller.
TouchLamps.com $4,999 – The online lamp seller that was using eTouchLamps.com. They have a notice on their site that reads “We have a new address to reach this store that may make it easier to remember: www.touchlamps.com”.
CaliforniaAlmond.com $17,900 – Almond Board of California
EVDC.com $11,750 – the owner of the unfortunate domain name Every-Day-Counts.com
HuddledMasses.com $1,688 – Online advertising firm Huddled Masses, which has been using the web address HuddledMassesMedia.com.
ProviderCheck.com $1,200 – Credentialing company Verisys.
IPDV.com $1,250 – IPDS, which is short for IP Data Systems.
Presquile.com $2,471 – Presqu’ile Winery in California. It has been using PresquileWine.com.
ApartmentsIndianapolis.com $1,599 – Indiana property management company Herman & Kittle Properties
OnlineSafetyTraining.com $1,888 – UK Asbestos Specialists Ltd
NeedACab.com $2,588 – Suburban Transportation in Syracuse, New York.
HigherEducationForAll.com $2,500 – Political communications firm Hamilton Place Strategies.
Rad360.com $3,500 – Healthcare imaging company Alliance Imaging. I assume “rad” stands for radiology.
Condolux.com $6,675 – Myrtle Beach vacation rentals site Condolux.net upgraded to .com.