An aviation company and a seller of hair extensions among end user domain name buyers.
Sedo handled 591 domain name transactions the week before last for a total of about $1 million in sales.
The list includes a startup in Texas, a bunch of .uk purchases, and a company buying a .berlin domain name to match its .eu domain.
The end user list, including new TLDs and existing ones, is below.
CareOnline.com $16,000 – Looks like a new startup. The buyer is Texas company CareOnline, Inc.
SkyFox.com $10,000 – Sky Fox, a German seller of aviation supplies that owns the hyphenated domain sky-fox.com.
Appear.co.uk 3,000 EUR – Appear Here Limited, a “pop up shop” company that uses AppearHere.co.uk
Commerce.io 2,750 EUR – The buyer is Daniel Ice in Los Angeles. According to a LinkedIn profile matching the name and city, he runs an e-commerce company.
Converted.co.uk 2,270 GBP – Conversion Marketing Ltd in the United Kingdom
Criterion.co.uk 1,999 GBP – Criterion Partnership Limited, a sort of business coaching and consulting firm. It currently uses the longer domain CriterionPartnership.com.
ActivityCloud.com $5,000 – The Active Network, owner of Active.com.
BrowniePop.com $792 – Provide Commerce, which owns the ProFlowers.com site. The site sells treats called brownie pops.
TingsRemembered.com $999 – CitizenHawk bought this on behalf of engraved gifts company Things Remembered.
CyberLick.com $1,288 – CitizenHawk bought this domain on behalf of CyberLink.com.
PocketBar.com $2,119 – Melform, a company that provides food services. I can imagine what PocketBar.com. I get a couple hits when I google this term, and none of them seem directly tied to Melform.
Seeker.berlin 1,000 EUR- the Bayern-based owner of seeker.eu.
CloudDefender.com $6,500 – Alert Logic, a cloud security firm.
StopandGrow.com $2,800 – Hairdreams Haarhandels GmbH, seller of hair extensions and hair thickening systems.