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17 End User Domain Name Sales
According to the news from Domain Forum of China on January 21th,recent end user domain name sales at Sedo.

I’m a week behind on end user domain name sales reports since I was busy at the NamesCon conference last week in Las Vegas. This report contains sales made at Sedo two weeks ago, when Sedo handled 593 transactions worth $1.6 million.

Here’s the list.

(You can view previous lists like this here. If you’d like to learn how to sell your domain names like these on Sedo, download this report.) $799 – Capital Confirmation, Inc. provides audit confirmations to banks, brokerage houses, law firms and account receivable/payable departments. They own the great domain name, as well as the singular version of the domain name they just bought. $1,999 – Italian fashion clothing company Larusmiani. $1,000 – Jolly Catering Limited, a UK catering company. $1,000 – I’m not sure who the buyer is, but they used Brand Certified for the purchase, so it’s an end user. $1,450 – DJOrtho, manufacturer of medical devices. $1,200 – Bee Inbound AG, an online marketing firm that owns $1,000 – Cultured Media, a media agency specializing in beer. $799 – Anatevka Culture & Media sprl, a non-profit supporting the arts $940 – New York Schools Insurance Reciprocal, which owns the matching .org. $3,000 – Russell Reynolds Associates, a CEO/Board Advisory and Executive Search firm. $1,150 – Fokusking, an Austrian company with a network of family and parenting related sites/apps. $1,000 – this domain name was acquired by the owner of, a job site for data center professionals. $700 – Citadel Property Management in New York City. $1,850 – Financial marketing firm EGM Firm. $3,000 – Boone Newspapers, Inc, which publishes The Bogalusa Daily News. Bogalusa is a city in Lousianan. $1,295- Mothers Lounge LLC, seller of a number of baby slings. is owned by a different company that sells what are essentially baby slings for carrying cats and dogs. They really should have spent a little money to acquire the unhyphenated version. $1,895 – Credit.Com, Inc. Even if you own a great domain name, there are circumstances when you want to acquire related domains.

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