Company that “forgot” a letter returns to buy the right domain name. There were no headline-grabbing sales on Sedo’s domain sales list this week. But that’s OK; most of us make sales that won’t make headlines, anyway. Among the buyers this week is a company that got cute with its domain name by leaving an […]
Lots of new TLDs sold this past week, plus the ACLU bought a .org for a new initiative to fight Trump’s policies. The top sale at Sedo this past week was a new top level domain, Bitcoin.casino for $26,000. It wasn’t the only new TLD to hit Sedo’s list, either. I suspect some of the […]
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$25 billion company was among domain name buyers at Sedo last week. Sedo had a great sales week. Some of the better sales still have whois privacy or are in escrow . Was BonApp.com (€15,000) the publication Bon Appetit? We can probably guess what the buyer of the descriptive domain CodeReview.com ($13,499) will do with […]
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These domain names sold to end users through Sedo over the past week. The slow holiday season showed up in this week’s Sedo sales report, so I have relatively few end user sales to report. Sedo’s top reported sale was AIFX.com, which Frank Schilling sold for $50,700. The domain has whois privacy. The name suggests […]
Sanwa.com leads the pack at over $30,000. If I could summarize Sedo’s end user sales during the holiday week, it would be a lot of companies buying the .com domain to match their country code domain names. Even though ccTLDs are more popular than .com in some countries, it’s always good to have .com, especially […]
A dieting domain name sells for $27,000 and other nice end user domain name sales. I was in a turkey coma last week and didn’t get around to publishing the weekly end user list, so here it is a week late. Sedo had a nice sales week with a number of great end user sales. […]
A lawn mower company paid $90,000 for Walker.com and other end user domain name sales. Sedo’s sales list this week was highlighted by the $90,000 sale of Walker.com. Given all of the companies that have Walker in their name, this seems like a fair price. Walker Manufacturing Company, a manufacturer of riding lawn mowers, made […]
18 nice end user sales at Sedo. Sedo turned in a better-than-usual week for end user domain name sales when it comes to five-figure sales. With domains like Pay4.com, Ciso.org and Globist.com selling for five figures, I’d say it was a good week. There are two sales that I can’t chart because I don’t know […]
Not as many big companies, but some good end user domain name sales. Which end users bought domain names at Sedo last week? Everyone from a machinery company to a healthcare provider. A couple companies made return trips to Sedo to buy domain names, including an office furniture company that bought FoldingTables.com. While this week’s […]
At least three $10 billion+ companies bought domain names last week. It’s been a long time since I’ve seen a sales list from Sedo this full of big end users. I count at least three companies with market caps of over $10 billion that bought domain names through Sedo over the past week. There are […]