A look at recent end user domain name purchases at Sedo.
JuiceLand is a popular juice and smoothie bar here in Austin. It has 13 local locations and one in Brooklyn. But it’s been hampered by the domain name JuiceLandAustin.com. No more…the company just paid $20,000 to acquire JuiceLand.com.
JuiceLand is just one of the end users that bought domain names through Sedo over the past week. Other buyers include a software company, a fabric company and a new food delivery service called BiteHop.
Here’s the list:
Previous weeks’ lists can be found here. If you’d like to learn how to sell your domain names through Sedo, Andrew Allemann has written this downloadable guide.
Juiceland.com $20,000 – Austin, Texas-based Juiceland paid $20,000 to pick up this domain, an improvement over JuiceLandAustin.com.
1-Stop.com $7,000 – 1-Stop Connections Pty Ltd, which provides services to ports and uses the domain name 1-stop.biz.
Ressos.com $3,000 – German company Ressos Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH, which owns the matching .EU domain name.
NECOnline.com $3,000 – Online education company Bisk bought this domain name for as a shorter domain for NewEnglandCollegeOnline.com, which is set up for the college.
Envecon.com €2,000- Envecon provides IT services to ports, shipping firms and offshore oil drillers. It is upgrading from EnveconIT.com.
FormsInMotion.com $988 – Keymark Inc sells a forms management system called Forms In Motion.
Carrington.co.uk £1,745 – Work fabrics company Carrington Workwear Ltd was using the third level domain Carrington.uk.com, which must be very confusing in light of the availability of second level .uk domains.
Grace.church $1,999 – website developer August Ash, Inc. bought this domain, likely for a client.
MyRepublic.net €1,800 – this domain forwards to MyRepublic.com.sg, home of a broadband provider.
FisherSci.eu €1,000 – Scientific and healthcare solutions company Fisher Scientific, which owns the matching .com.
HibiscusHomes.com €700 – the domain is registered to a Florida homebuilder, who appears to already be developing a site on the domain.
Surcon.net €1,900 – A survey company by this name. It appears they do surveys for oil and gas wells.
BiteHop.com $3,350 – a new food delivery service called BiteHop.
FlexPaper.com $4,500 – this website is the new home for the open source document viewer FlexPaper.
They have http://www.juice.land as well, so now the’ve got the full trio!
Joseph Peterson says
A company covering its bases and doing things right … even if belatedly and at great expense.