A Mexican tire dealer, a new U.S. political party and a restaurant marketing company bought domain names this week.
We’re headed into the summer season, which can be a bit slow for domain sales. But Sedo had a nice list of sales from the past week, and I uncovered 14 sales that appear to be to end users.
Here’s the list of end user domain name sales that just completed at Sedo. You can view previous lists like this here.
SweatCoin.com £12,000 – Gonna make you sweat? Not clear who bought it but they’ve started setting up the website.
Spedition.de €10,000 – Forwards to the website for Cargo International, a German shipping services provider. Spedition is German for “carrier”.
CyberSix.com $9,880 – CyberSix A software company focused on cybersecurity including a virtual Chief Information Security Officer service.
Productores.com $5,500 – Purchased by Presuel, a Mexican dealer of tires and related automotive accessories. Currently, they operate from Llantas.com.mx (Tires.com) so this new purchase could be to broaden their reach since Productores translates to “Products”.
CenterParty.com $3,500 – A site for a new American political party trying to establish itself between the left and right.
PartsForMyCar.com $3,000 – Fenix parts is a car parts dealer.
EdFrank.com $3,000 – No surprise here — purchased by a guy whose name is Ed Frank.
Scene.ly $2,995 – A video marketing service for restaurants.
EssentricsTV.com $2,945 – The Esmonde Technique operates Essentrics.com for its health site.
SWWC.org – $2,500 Southwest West Central Service Cooperative. It’s an educational group.
Gabru.com $2,500 – An apparel company called Gabru, which is a Punjabi term. The site is under development.
YummyBio.com €2,000 – The domain forwards to its Yummy’s Facebook page. Yummy is an organic frozen food line based in France.
Basket24.com €2,000 – Forwards to Polskikosz.pl/, a website about professional Polish basketball.
CCABA.com $2,000 – The Carolina Center for ABA and Autism Treatment.