A look back at recent end user domain name purchases.
I was on vacation with my family last week visiting Harry Potter at Universal Studios, so I’m tardy reporting last week’s Sedo end user sales. (BTW – Harry Potter at Universal Orlando is worth the visit!)
Sedo handled 631 domain name transactions the week before last, for a total of about $1 million in sales. A WordPress theme developer, custom flash drive maker and a pharma company were among the buyers.
Here’s a look at end user domain name sales from the past week on Sedo:
Imagely.com $9,000 – Photocratic offers a WordPress theme for photographers. Imagely.com resolves to a “coming soon” lander that suggests it will offer a one-stop solution for photographers to host a single site online rather than depending on multiple third-party systems (such as a separate system for print sales).
Accelo.com $7,500 – the domain name is registered to Geoff McQueen, founder and CEO of AffinityLive. The registration shows Accelo Inc as the registrant, and the domain currently forwards to AffinityLive.com.
Privakey.com $5,100 – Security firm Probaris Technologies, Inc has a cloud based authentication service called PrivaKey. Until now, it has been hosted at PrivaKeyApp.com.
PhoneMonster.com $2,500 – a Palo Alto company called Phone Monster. It doesn’t appear to have launched yet.
CustomFlashDrives.com $750 – the owner operates FlashBay.com, a site for ordering branded flash drives.
EasyPrint.pt €1,000 – UnitedPrint owns printed goods store EasyPrint.com.
EstatePlanningElderLaw.com $977 – Massachusetts law firm Correira & Correira LLP.
Non.org $9,888 – An Austin company called Non Inc, which doesn’t appear to have launched yet. The address in whois is for a Regus business suites.
Travel-Trailers.com $1,000 – RV and camping company Reimo bought yet another domain name.
MyRespiratory.com $3,000 – Pharmaceuticals company Mylant Inc.
Uvero.com $7,000 – Lantos Technologies just filed a trademark application for Uvero.
FutureForge.com $3,000 – German company Futureforge GmbH.
SkinWellness.com $15,000 – Skin Wellness Center in Birmingham, Alabama.
GreatWesternRailway.com $3,199 – UK train services First Greater Western is now Great Western Railway.
HeartCandy.com $1,350 – Snap Interactive, the company that paid $100,000 in stock for AYI.com, bought this domain name from Rob Monster of Epik. It currently forwards to AYI.com.
SweatEnergy.com $2,895 – Sweat Equity Partners, LP, a Houston energy services company.