A slow week in the aftermarket.
GoDaddy and Afternic sold just $1.3 million worth of aftermarket/expired domain names last week, a far cry from the usual $1.8M-$2.0M it turns in.
It may be a hanghover from the holiday weekend in the U.S. a couple weeks ago. An additional reason might be the temporary loss of Afternic on its Premium level distribution. Both Afternic and Sedo had to temporarily remove Moniker due to its ongoing problems. GoDaddy’s registration path itself is a bit in flux as it integrates Afternic.
Here’s a list of end user domain names sales. See previous end user lists here.
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HomeChef.com $9,850 – Relished, a Chicago-based home food delivery service that operated at RelishedFoods.com, changed its name to HomeChef.
Polycoat.com $9,000 – Polyurethane coatings company Polycoat USA.
Otonexus.com $4,000 – OtoMetrix Medical Technologies, a hearing technology company.
Stampd.com $4,000 – Hat company STAMPD, which has been using STAMPDla.com
SunsetParties.com $1,000 – Sunset Sound System in San Francisco.
NakedDog.com $1,077 – Naked Dog Software, which has been using naked-dog.com.
PennsylvaniaPhysician.com $2,088 – PA Medical Society
NewYorkCenter.org $1,099 – New York Center for Child Development
Population.org $6,000 – Population Media Center, which “uses entertainment-education to tell compelling stories that address important health and social issues.” It uses PopulationMedia.org as its web address.
McGregorHomes.com $1,750 – McGregor Homes LLC in Oklahoma. They use the matching .net domain name.
ChristianRetreatCenters.com $1,549 – Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa in Santa Ana, California
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