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.
Brutus.com sold for $8,350 at NameJet, and this one interestingly forwards to Brutus.London. The London-based clothing company just celebrated its 50th anniversary last year. Their simple company description on Facebook is “The Original British Button-Down Collar Shirt.”
OptiBid.com sold for $5,650 at Sedo, and a PPC optimization company calls this domain home. “Transform your PPC campaign performance! OptiBid combines advanced maths with in-house marketing expertise and first class campaign management”
EnergyDeals.com sold for $4,847 at Sedo, and the site provides cost comparisons to UK residents. “EnergyDeals.com helps your compare UK gas and electricity suppliers across all energy tariffs. Find an energy deal for your home!”
EdgeLogistics.com sold for $4,447 at NameJet, and a logistics company is live. “Edge Logistics is a transportation brokerage providing full service shipping needs specializing in full truck load, dry and refrigerated trucks, and LTL.” This is a new business for the company with a home at TotallyEdge.com.
DynastyFootball.com sold for $4,000 at Sedo, and this is a fantasy football related card game. “The first online fantasy football collectible card game. Draft. Devise. Dominate.”
Pandaa.com sold for $2,000 at Sedo, and Google Translate gives an indication for what’s in development, “Pandaa.com is coming soon with offers pandaastiques !!! Travel, fashion, beauty, home, high-tech … Start shopping. “