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14 end user domain name sales including a new TLD for $18,000

Labeled as various in Domain Selling and Domain Sales, started by Arpit131, Oct 6, 2016

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  1. Arpit131

    Arpit131 Top Member Epik.com Staff VIP

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    Here are some end user sales on Sedo:

    HotBot.com $155,000 – I wrote about this one yesterday. Lycos sold the domain name to as as-yet-unknown buyer.

    Celebration.church $18,000 – Celebration Church in Georgetown, Texas (just north of Austin) has been using the domain namne CelebrationChurch.tx.

    LuxuryRugs.com $5,000 – Metis flooring Ltd in Great Britain.

    CleverBase.com $4,880 – Joris Tinbergen appears to have a number of startups under his belt.

    Fahrtwind.com €4,000 – laugh all you want, but this translates to slipstream (as in a car) in German. The domain is being used for an auto parts site.

    YarnStudio.com $4,000 – I suspect that Drops Design AS’ website name GarnStudio.com, when spoken by Norwegians, sounds a like YarnStudio.com.

    Athelas.com €3,000 – Athelas Inc sells a portable diagnostic/health system. It is upgrading from GetAthelas.com.

    EPCloud.com $2,650 – Halliburton has a division called Landmark. E&P stands for Exploration and Production. (As a side note, Landmark uses the domain name Landmark.solutions.)

    Eurobikes.com $2,640 – Eurobikes S.L.U bought the .com to go with its .es (Spain) domain name.

    SkinClub.com $2,495 – Beyond Digital is a marketing agency, so this is likely for a client.

    ASK4.be $5,750 – ASK4, a student broadband services company, bought the .be (Belgium) domain to go along with its .com.

    FanClub.org $2,180 – the buyer works for Abenity, which offers discount club services.

    BlimpDrones.com $3,000 – Microflight Inc sells remote-controlled blimps.

    SamInternational.com $8,000 – SAM International B.V., which uses the matching .eu domain name

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  2. GravityEleven

    GravityEleven Top Contributor VIP

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    Garn = Yarn in norwegian.. as simple as that.. also in german language and few other languages (such as Norwegian) we say Garn when we mean Yarn/Thread/etc...
     

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