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.
Daeco.com sold for $6,600 at Sedo, and the Korean engineering firm upgraded from Daeco.co.kr. “DAECO is an engineering company that constructs spring manufacturing equipment, and produces high-tech manufacturing equipment.”
Exosomes.com sold for $5,500 at Sedo, and a biotech company that focuses on exosomes has the domain redirected to their home at KimeraLabs.com. “Exosomes are the next wave in the stem cell landscape.” “Kimera Labs is a biotechnology company and contract research organization that develops umbilical cord and organ based exosome products for research and therapeutic purposes. “
BuzzGuru.com sold for $3,499 at GenericDomainMarket.com, and a “YouTubers marketplace” is in the works, with a goal to, “drive collaboration between YouTube bloggers and brands to a totally new level.” There are Russian and English versions of the site live.
Vesele.com sold for $3,000 at Sedo, and it appears pharmaceutical company Innovus Pharma picked up the domain associated with their male enhancement product. “Vesele is a dietary supplement designed to boost blood flow throughout the whole body and is clinically tested and shown to enhance sexual health endpoints.”
TopDoctor.com sold for $2,690 at NameJet, and the buyer has it redirected to their developed FindATopDoc.com, described as, “a service that helps patients find doctors in their area and book appointments online instantly. At FindaTopDoc.com, we believe that seeing a doctor should be simple, fast and work around your schedule.”
PopArts.com sold for $2,495 at Sedo, and a “designer toy” marketplace appears to be under development. It’s not an industry I’m familiar with, as the prices on their site range all the way up to a couple thousand dollars.