A “body contouring” company, medical chain and general contractor bought domain names last week.
Sedo handled 465 domain name transactions last week for a total of about $1 million in sales.
Unlike last week, there weren’t a bunch of big names this week. But isn’t that how it should be? The majority of aftermarket domain sales are to small and medium businesses, not Fortune 500 companies.
Here are some end user domain name purchases from the past week:
Kepware.com.cn $4,000 – Internet of Things/industrial automation company Kepware, which owns Kepware.com.
Denti.net $2,000 – this looks like a new brand being developed by a company called inQbation.
Redimed.com $5,499 – Lutheran Health Network operates drop-in clinics by this name.
SpreadFace.com €5,500 and SpreadFace.net EUR 5,000. WingArc1st Inc. appear to be a data analytics firm. I imagine this is a new brand.
ScoutAdventures.com $3,650 – The Scout Association, which appears to be like Boy Scouts and Girls Scouts in the UK.
NLNK.com $4,995 – NewLink Genetics Corporation. End users are still your market for four letter domains, folks.
Uncle.co $10,000 – The whois record has whois privacy. At this price, I have no doubt that it’s an end user.
Deepo.com $6,000 – Door and window company Craftwood Products. It looks like they’re setting up an online store, and it might be unrelated to the door/window business.
GoodbyeFat.com $4,000 – a creative name by Cynosure, which offers “body contouring” equipment.
Cars.lat €3,500 – Jobs.bg continues to snap of job and car related domain names. .Lat is a new top level domain targeted to Latinos.
RJohnson.com $2,502 – a guy named Robert Johnson.
OpenVMS.com €2,500 – the transaction is still in escrow, but I imagine the buyer is this group or a company that offers services related to OpenVMS.
Wohnraum.de €2,500 – this appears to be a German homebuilder.
Jtrack.com $9,888 – JTrack is a New York area general contractor on large construction projects.