The screenshots below are examples of buyers of domains from the past year that have either developed their sites, or purchased an upgrade domain and have redirected their acquisition to an existing website.
TradeSwitch.com sold for $2,899 at Sedo, and the South African technology company residing at MobileData.co.za picked up the .com of one of their primary products. “The Company’s flagship Service Delivery Platform, TradeSwitch®, enables customers across Africa to deliver reliable services to clients irrespective of location via the cloud. TradeSwitch® is a secure, fully scalable, enterprise platform that delivers comprehensive virtual product delivery management and payment facilitation. “
PropertyApps.com sold for $2,875 at Sedo, and the domain was an upgrade from PropertyApps.co. “We have built the world’s most ADVANCED Cloud Based, Property Management Software, designed to REDUCE COSTS & INCREASE PROFITS by streamlining your business.“
Briqs.com sold for $2,700 at Sedo, and the Singapore-based company focuses on optimizing commercial buildings’ air conditioning systems. “Unleashing the Power of Machine Learning to Optimise Air-Conditioning“. “The information locked within a building’s automation system represents a huge opportunity to improve the lives of millions and move towards a greener, more sustainable future.”
Dragonboating.com sold for $2,500 at Sedo, and although it’s not a sport/activity that I’m familiar with, it must be a big deal? “A Web Magazine of All Things Dragonboat”
USFlagCo.com sold for $2,499 at Sedo, and the owner of USAFlagCo.com picked up the similar domain, with one less letter. They describe themselves as, “the leading destination for Made in America USA Flags and USA products dedicated to providing the best prices, selection, and overall best customer experience you’ll find online.”
AztecPlumbing.com sold for $2,077 at Sedo, and the Florida-based buyer upgraded from AztecPlumbing.net. The company is based in Fort Meyers, FL, and was established in 1991.