Loyalty program partnership puts .Ca domain on top of the leaderboard.
Royal Bank of Canada and WestJet recently announced a new loyalty platform, and they paid dearly for the associated domain name: Ampli.ca for $50,000.
This was Sedo’s top reported sale for the past week. There are some notable sales that we don’t know the buyer for yet. Firehose.com sold for $35,000. This domain reminds me of Shane Cultra’s BlowTorch.com. It will make a great brand.
Also, SongExchange.com sold for $25,000.
Here are the domains I was able to determine sold to end users at Sedo during the past week:
(You can view previous lists like this here.)
Ampli.ca $50,000 – Royal Bank of Canada. This domain is for a new loyalty program between RBC and WestJet. Ampli.com is owned by a company that sells portable sound systems.
TheLocal.fi €19,000 – The Local is a website with news in Finland written in English.
Orchesto.com $5,500 – Technology company Zebware launched Orchesto, a multi-point object storage gateway compatible with Amazon S3 cloud storage, earlier this month.
Reason.co £4,000 – Reason calls itself a “digital product and service studio.”
Jam.net $3,990 – WildWorks is the gaming company behind Animal Jam.
Strenia.com $3,500 – Strenia Solutions is a tech company with offices in Australia, Germany and South Africa. It uses the domain name StreniaSolutions.com.au.
RealtorNow.com $2,950 – I hope the guy who bought this domain has rights to use the Realtor trademark.
Laramie1.com €2,900 – Laramie County School District No. 1 in Wyoming.
GotCramps.com $2,000 – Avadim Technologies is a life sciences company. One of its products, called Theraworx Relief, helps prevent foot and leg cramps.