13 end user domain name sales from the past week.
Sedo’s sales list this week was headlined by the $100,000 sale of Sati.com. I can’t figure out who the buyer is (yet) but this is definitely an end user purchase at this price.
Other end user domain name sales include a health content company returning to buy another health domain, a security/investigations firm shortening its domain name and a company buying a short new top level domain name.
Here’s the list of end user sales I uncovered:
(You can view previous lists like this here.)
Sati.com $100,000 – I’m including this domain name despite not being able to figure out who the buyer is. At $100,000 it’s clearly an end user.
Cystic-fibrosis.com $11,000 – Health Union, LLC returned to Sedo to buy another medical term. This company owns Migraine.com, Type2Diabetes.com and more.
Mconnect.com €10,000 – Marel is a food processing company.
PushAds.com $5,000 – LeadVision Media, LLC owns an ad network called RevenueAds.
Run.jp $4,998 – The domain forwards to Joystick.tokyo, a site for an athletic/running club.
Visa2USA.com $4,500 – HIPR is an IT outsourcing and staffing company. They do work with H1B visas.
DorsetCereals.ca $4,000 – ABF Grain Products Limited.
CPO.ch €3,999 – Clinique et Perfmanence D’Onex in Switzerland bought an acronym domain name.
Pilum.com €3,280 – Pilum Defense Agency, LLC is an investigation firm. It uses the domain name PilumDefense.com.
DataV.com $3,118 – DataV is a data systems company that uses the domain name DataOnV.com. This is a nice price to get the domain name that matches your company. I imagine DataOnV.com caused all sorts of problems.
Key.digital $2,500 – Key Multimedia, an internet marketing and development agency. It uses the domain name KeyMultimedia.co.uk.
Peakk.com €2,000 – Peak is an Orlando-based creative agency.
Immobook.de €2,000 – The domain name is now used by Seeber Immobilien, a real estate firm.