NAPA and Renault among end user domain buyers.
Sales over $2,000 picked up at Sedo over the past week despite the holiday weekend, including purchases by large companies such as NAPA and Renault.
A handful of companies bought shorter versions of their domain names or the .com to match a ccTLD. I especially like the purchase of EnergyValves.com by a company that sells valves.
Here are some end user domain name purchases from the past week:
Vivado.com €10,000 – Spirituality company Adviqo AG has a number of web properties. Vivado means “to live”.
NAPAConnect.com $10,000 – Genuine Parts Company owns auto parts company NAPA.
Carsol.com €5,000 – Car maker Renault.
PBTech.com $4,900 – PB Technologies, seller of consumer electronics, uses the domain name PBtech.co.nz.
LTI.co $3,999 New Jersey company LNT Infotech bought this short domain name.
REA.io $3,200 – Real estate company REA Group LTD in Australia.
EnergyValves.com $3,000 – Energy Products Co. This is a great purchase for a company that sells valves.
3DPrintingShop.com €2,995 – The owner of the Australian ccTLD 3dprintingshop.com.au went global.
JCA.co.uk £2,888 – JCA Engineering in the UK uses the longer domain JCAGroup.co.uk.
AushilfsJobs.info €2,500 – The same person who runs the jobs board at vollzeitjobs.de. Aushilf means “temporary help” in German.
MyCyberScore.com $2,300 – The domain is registered to someone with RE|Security. It would make sense as a security score.
AbogadoCorona.com $2,250 – Corona Law Firm P.A. in Miami. Abogado means lawyer in Spanish.
InfoApps.com €2,000 – Patent search company infoapps GmbH uses the domain name InfoApps.de.
LoadLimit.com $2,000 – BETA Maschinenbau GmbH & Co. KG sells concrete lifting systems for moving large loads.