A “smart pole” company, a daycare finder, and a green energy company bought domain names.
This week, Sedo released sales lists for the last three weeks. In this post, I uncover some of the end user sales from the July 16 report.
Sedo has always been strong with ccTLD domains, and the July 16 report is a great example. It included 30 ccTLD domains compared to just 16 .com. Of course, the list isn’t a complete picture. Sedo only includes sales of $2,000 or more, and some sales are private.
Here’s a list of end user domain name sales from the July 16 list. You can view previous lists like this here.
Anxiety.org $100,000 – There was an existing site on this domain, so the buyer might have paid extra for SEO value. The new site is more than just a mental health site. In fact, the top article today is about getting rid of belly fat. That seems like a way to make people more anxious.
Flowcart.com $5,000 – Flowcart is a Shopify add-on to sell outdoor equipment on a dropship basis.
ZeroSite.com $4,000 – Zero Site sells “smart poles” to municipalities that include sensors, cameras, Wi-Fi, and other systems.
EuroMarkt.de €3,900 – EuroMarkt sells discounted general merchandise.
Deinekita.de €3,000 – This domain is German for “your daycare” and the site helps people find daycare providers.
Muuttopalvelu.com €3,000 – This domain is Finnish for moving service, and that’s precisely what the buyer is using it for.
CashTalk.de €2,990 – This new forum is about ways to make money.
911info.com $2,750 – The Marcowitz Law Firm uses this domain to find clients who have toxic exposure claims related to 9/11.
Qpower.eu €2,500 – Qpower is a green energy company.
Marlene.es $2,350 – Marlene is a European apple brand.