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.
Mantino.com sold for $4,407 at Sedo; the buyer was photographer Marcus Mantino, and he’s using the site as a way to showcase his works, some of which are a little racy. “Marcus Mantino of Maltese and British origin is a photographer specializing in a mix of artistic, fashion, nude and stylish glamour, working from his own professionally equipped 1500 SF studio”
Eratio.com sold for $3,500 at Sedo, and the buyer upgraded from Eratio.no, for the bookkeeping company based in Norway. “Bookkeeping made simple! Know your financial status every day.”
EyeNet.com sold for $3,500 at Sedo, and the buyer upgraded from EyeNet.com.mx; they’re an information technology company based in Mexico City.
AppExperience.com sold for $3,390 at Sedo, and buyer is upgrading from a subdomain — AppExperience.Sigos.com. “App Experience” is one of several products and services the company pitches, which they describe as, “Real-device mobile testing and monitoring solutions with powerful automation features that integrate seamlessly with agile development tools, and offer flexible deployment options”.
Bankera.com sold for $3,164 at Sedo, and they are “building a digital bank to last for the blockchain era.” The company is based in Lithuania.
FunFoods.com sold for $2,800 at NameJet, and the company that resides at Oetker.in finally bought the domain name associated with the ‘Fun Foods’ company they acquired in 2008. “Dr. Oetker in India functions as the parent brand and aims to have various sub-brands under its umbrella. The first and current sub-brand is Funfoods. Funfoods is a leader in offering western cuisine in India and thus a perfect match. The product range includes mayonnaises, sauces, spreads, salad dressings, cakes, dessert toppings amongst others.”