The screenshots below are examples of buyers of domains from the past few months that have either developed their sites, or purchased an upgrade domain and have redirected their acquisition to an existing website.
ProShop.co.uk sold for $11,800 at NameJet, and it’s an additional extension picked up by the company behind ProShop.dk. An eCommerce site selling everything from electronics to household items to lighting is live. “Proshop started as a retail store in multimedia products and other IT-related things. In 1996, Proshop, as one of the first in Denmark, launched a webshop, and in 2005 the physical shop closed and Proshop went 100% online.“
WebTraffix.com sold for $4,250 at Sedo, and a SEO / SEM company based in Irving, TX is live.
FishPharm.com sold for $2,900 at Sedo, and a site selling fish antibiotics is under development. Drugs for fish, not fish oil supplements for humans.
NewOrganizing.com sold for $2,522 at NameJet, and the company based in Washington DC says “we help you organize your business”. I think they could start by better organizing their website, because I can’t really tell if they’re a company that helps with business organization, or something more like community/movement organization.
UbtCo.com sold for $2,450 at Sedo, and it’s the home of a new company based in Saudi Arabia. The domain is an abbreviation for University of Business and Technology Company, which they describe as an “EduVestment company specialized in business planning and strategy formulation and value creation.”
BabyBeard.com sold for $2,000 at Sedo, and the domain was an upgrade from BabyBeardClub.com. The Kansas company sells beard oils and apparel. “Welcome to Baby Beard Club, the founders of the Facial Forest Conservation program.”