A game maker, financial planner and printing company bought domain names last week.
Sedo’s top sale last week was Mamma.com for $72,999. The domain name has a rich backstory. Alas, the whois record is private, so I can’t qualify it as an end user domain name sale.
Still, Sedo turned in some nice end user sales last week, including the new TLD lotto.international.
Here are some end user domain name purchases from the past week:
VidaHotels.com $9,999 – Insignia Worldwide, a hotel branding and marketing firm.
Watch-Guide.com $7,500 – The domain is still in escrow, but my guess is it’s the owner of Antique-Guide.de.
Lotto.international $5,000 – schmitz-it.net has already posted a lotto site on the domain name.
DynastyFootball.com $4,000 – Flowplay makes browser-based games. The only games listed on its site are called VegasWorld and OurWorld, but I imagine a football game is in the works.
DigitalMarketingMastery.com $4,000 – Digital Marketer Lab, LLC, which uses the domain name DigitalMarketer.com.
AltaGo.com €3,900 – Community design firm Alta.
AFassociates.com $3,000 – Andrew Feldman Associates, a financial planning firm.
TeakLife.com $2,688 – Buyer Sansin creates wood protection products such as stains. Teak is a type of wood.
GainSmart.com $2,650 – the buyer sells cattle feed products, including one called Gain Smart.
GainX.com $2,500 – “Innovation Management Software” company GainX uses the domain name GainX.ca.
PrintChamps.com $2,488 – Magazine and booklet printer Premier Print Group.
EmberCorp.com $2,177 – Embervision is a consulting firm based in New York.
Mobizone.net $2,500 – the Whois suggests car maker Porsche bought this domain.