An Animation studio spent $450,000 to upgrade its domain name.
Sedo had a strong sales week with some notable end user sales. Broker Dave Evanson’s $450,000 sale of Zag.com leads the list. Kitchen.co also turned heads as one of the top ten largest publicly reported .co sales ever.
Here are the end user sales (you can view previous lists like this here):
ZAG.com $450,000 – TrueCar sold this company to Zag, an animation studio and entertainment company. It forwards the domain to Zag-Inc.com.
Kitchen.co €70,000 – James Iles discovered that the buyer is Bulgarian company 2create Ltd, which has a service called Kitchen.
ToyShop.co.uk £12,000 – The buyer is setting up a Shopify store.
ILPT.com $10,499 – Independence Telecommunications Utility, an internet service provider in Iowa, bought this domain.
KOM.de €10,000 – The German Press Academy (Depak for short), offers continuing education in communication, PR, public affairs and leadership. It forwards KOM.de to Depak.de.
NaturWand.de €4,999 – RAU is a German manufacturer of noise barrier walls that use greenery. NaturWand.de forwards to its site at RAU.de. Maybe this is a new brand name?
ChannelSummit.com $4,000 – Another domain purchased by UC Today LTD, an online publication for UC, collaboration, and customer experience technology.
TeamCred.com $3,595 – AmeriCash Loans bought this domain. It’s a U.S. lender.
Brandeur.com $3,000 – This is the website for Agents of Imagery, a digital design agency.
SEO.li – €2,000 & SEO.co.za – $3,000 – These domains were both purchased by SEO professional Stephen Noton. They are currently simple websites targeting marketing agencies and other companies to hire Stephen for SEO consulting and website audits.
LoveCoupons.de €2,750 – A German coupon and promo search site.
RevengeTravel.com $2,699 – Travel company Lynxx International bought this domain.