ccTLD owners, a bank and plastic company all make purchases at Sedo.
Sedo handled 674 domain name transactions last week for $1.2 million in sales. 56% of sales were buy-now prices, which is a bit higher than usual.
There were a number of good sales, including a handful of ccTLD owners that bought the matching .com domain name. A real estate investor who also invests in domain names was responsible for the top purchase of BuyMyHouse.com.
BuyMyHouse.com $45,000 – Kristia Soener, a Nebraska entrepreneur and real estate investor bought this domain name. Her LinkedIn profile also describes her as a domain investor, but I would classify this as an end user domain sale for sure.
TakeTheChance.com $15,000 – purchased by the owner of TakeTheChance.at, which has not been set up yet.
EasyFlyer.com €12,000 – French printing company EasyFlyer, which uses the domain name EasyFlyer.fr.
123Logistics.com $10,000 – Logintrans, a freight and logistics company in Poland.
VPCO.com $7,140 – Vapor Corp, a publicly traded e-cigarette company. VPCO is the company’s ticker. It has a market cap of around $30 million.
BizRunner.com $6,500 – A Utah company called Residual Income Technologies bought this domain name. It appears to be for a marketing service for network marketers, aka multi-level marketing.
EraseMe.com $4,999 – Eraseme International is a company that tries to remove negative information about you from the web. Its main domain name is Eraseme.no.
Extraco.com $3,888 – Extraco Banks, a bank in Texas. It uses ExtracoBanks.com for its website.
RutlandGroup.com $2,744 – Rutland Plastic Technologies, Inc. in North Carolina.
GreenStick.com €2,000 – GreenPriz, a company in the eco/green management space.
Camper-Vans.com €2,000 – Reimo Reisemobil-Center GmbH, seller of RVs and camper vehicles. This company bought Camper-van.co.uk for €1,000 last week.
MauiSnuba.com $1,995 – Marine Charters Inc., which offers snorkeling and diving tours in Maui. “Snuba” is a combination of snorkeling and scuba.
SilverGoldStore.com $1,350 – Silver Gold Bull Inc in Calgary bought this domain name.
Studentalent.com $1,300 – Another ccTLD owner bought a .com. Studentalert uses the Netherlands domain name StudentAlert.nl.
Nobivac.cn $1,000 – Drug maker Merck. This is the name of Merck’s Animal Health (e.g. veterinarian) group.
AmericanBreweries.com $899 – Norwegian Breweries must be coming to America.
Rotster.com $888 – CitizenHawk bought this domain name on behalf of Endurance International Group.
I’m not familiar with the EIG brand that this must be a typo of. Doh! I was dimwitted on this one. It’s a typo of Dotster. Thanks Jonny.