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.
Nimb.com sold for $6,000 at Uniregistry, and the company describes their product/service as follows, “The ring with a panic button to send an alert to friends & family, emergency services, community members & people nearby.”
RockFall.com sold for $6,000 at Uniregistry, and the domain was an upgrade from Rockfall.co.uk. “We’ve been developing Safety Footwear since 1997. Passionate about the Midlands, their people and our partnerships. We continue to innovate in Safety Footwear”
METOX.com sold for $6,000 at Uniregistry, and what is under development at this stage is a personal blog. “Welcome to my blog. I document my adventures in travel, style, and food.” “I was 225lbs seven years ago. Now I weigh 155lbs. Thinking back, I am somewhat amazed with the journey that I’ve been on to get to this stage.” “This is my METOX method, which is the route I took to detox myself to become the best version of me. Get in Shape, Stay Fit, and Live Forever.”
Moustafa.com sold for $6,000 at Uniregistry, and Moustafa Al Hamwi Festok smartly picked up his first name. “Passionpreneur, Speaker and coach empowering passionate leaders to succeed”
Sportunity.com sold for $4,000 at Sedo, and the domain was an upgrade from Sportunity.ch. “Sportunity is a mobile and web platform enabling organization and consumption of sport as a service activities amount more than 100 sports. We gather sport venues, organizers or trainers and athletes in a single platform in order to create the best sport opportunity for you.”
E-Forms.com sold for $2,300 at Sedo, and it’s an additional domain (upgrade?) for the folks developing eForms.org, which is where the hyphenated .com is redirected. “eForms.org is a website that provides a library of free printable forms and electronic forms (eForms) that are created after you answer some simple questions.” They state they have nearly a quarter million documents created.
HiveVentures.com sold for $2,250 at Sedo, and it’s the home of an investment fund. “Hive Ventures is a San Francisco-based impact investment fund. It has invested in 26 early stage private companies since 2009”.