The screenshots below are examples of buyers of domains from this year that have either developed their sites, or purchased an upgrade domain and have redirected their acquisition to an existing website.
SolarMagazine.com sold for $2,999 at Sedo, and the domain’s keywords tell you exactly what to expect here, for the site which was just launched in August. “Solar Magazine covers all aspects of the solar energy industry. We share various relevant news, best practices & insights – to help better promote the development of solar energy industry and the popularization of solar lifestyle.” They have an Alexa rank near 6 million.
Helpkin.com sold for $2,800 at Sedo, and the site is a babysitting exchange in beta. “Helpkin is an app for parents to trade free babysitting duties with people in the area they can trust!”
NationalDrones.com sold for $2,750 at Uniregistry, and it’s an additional domain for the folks behind NationalDrones.com.au, which is where the .com is redirected. “Australia’s safest and affordable aerial photography, aerial videography, aerial spotting and aerial surveillance service.“
CsForAll.com sold for $2,500 at Uniregistry, and the people behind the developed .org picked up the .com. “The CSforAll Consortium is a network of providers, schools, funders, & researchers working to support expanding access to CS education for all students.”
KateWood.com sold for $2,500 at Uniregistry, and the domain was an upgrade from KateWoodOriginals.com and KateWood.nl. In addition to their online presence, they have a bricks & mortar store in Shanghai. “Dutch design & handcrafted. Wooden eyewear, timepieces, & bicycles.”
TexasShirts.com sold for $2,500 at Uniregistry, and this company smartly upgraded from a SquareSpace subdomain, to their own domain. “Texas shirts printed by Texans since 2009. The original Born & Raised in Texas tee! Positive Lifestyle Boutique. Apparel Gifts & Jewelr”
BeerLao.com sold for $2,350 at Sedo, and this domain is an upgrade from Beerlao.la. Based in Laos, “Lao Brewery Co., Ltd. was founded in 1973 as a joint-venture between foreign investors and Lao businessmen originally under the registered name of Lao Beer and Ice Factory. “
TorWallet.com sold for $2,200 at Uniregistry, and a Bitcoin related site is in the works. “TORWALLET offers absolute privacy with a built-in Bitcoin tumbler and a completely anonymous, untraceable Bitcoin wallet.”
Capadocia.com sold for $2,000 at Uniregistry, and the owner is Los Picos Travel. Capadocia (or Cappadocia) is a Turkish tourist destination, which is what the site is developed around.