The screenshots below are examples of buyers of domains from the last few months that have either developed their sites, or purchased an upgrade domain and have redirected their acquisition to an existing website.
MoodUp.com sold for $5,350 at Sedo, and you can see that an app is in the works. “MOODUP IS ALL ABOUT HAVING FUN, SEIZING THE MOMENT AND CREATING MEMORIES. See which friends are available and do activities with them in the simplest way.”
Dermacol.com sold for $5,300 at Sedo, and the domain is an upgrade from DermacolCosmetics.com, a Prague-based company. “Dermacol provides perfect care for all skin types and can handle all of your skin’s problems, whether your skin is young, mature, normal, dry or problematic.”
360Luxury.com sold for $9,000 at Sedo, and it’s developed into a luxury travel site, “Our Inmersive Virtual Tour Reality content in both indoor and outdoor environments, gives our clients the best “Try-Before-You-Fly” experience.”
Zetcon.com sold for $5,300 at Sedo, and the domain is an upgrade from Zetcon.de. Per Google Translate, “The three departments consulting, planning and management form the foundation for the broader spectrum of ZETCON.“
HatsOn.com sold for $4,700 at Sedo, and the primarily Korean-language site is in fact a seller of hats, and the domain appears to be an upgrade from HatsOn.kr. “The first and the largest “specialized in multi-brand hat store” in the world. “
BigLiving.com sold for $4,500 at Sedo; the owner is Desktop IT Ltd, and the domain redirects to BigLiving.co.uk, a home furnishing site. “Big Living, one the widest ranges of furniture, lighting, electricals, fixtures and fittings available anywhere online, at unbelievable prices.”