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.
No18.com sold for $12,450 at Sedo, and the domain was an upgrade from No18.se (LLNN) for a variation of co-working space. “No18 began life in 2012 based on the idea of a functional and inspirational meeting and workplace in Stockholm city centre for service companies and creative entrepreneurs.”
Externer-Datenschutzbeauftragter.com sold for $7,918 at Sedo, and dang, that’s a mouthful of a domain. It’s the upgrade of the same keywords, but with the .de extension. Per Google Translate, what’s left of the dot translates to “external data protection officer”. “Intersoft consulting services AG is the consulting company for data protection, IT security and compliance.“
MessengerMarketing.com sold for $5,300 at Sedo. The domain currently redirects to blog.manychat.com, which is already branded all about ‘messenger marketing’, so I assume they have a new home in the works. “Learn how to use Facebook Messenger for growing your business. Insights and advice from industry experts and a community of fellow marketers.”
ThermoGroup.com sold for $2,500 at Sedo, and it’s the home of a maker of electric heating systems based in France. “THERMO GROUP is a European manufacturer of “Mini Europe” electric boilers up to 24 kW with small dimensions, embodying a simple technology for domestic or collective heating circuits.”
DrBoost.com sold for $2,250 at Sedo, and this supposed doctor is working on a variety enhancement products. “Dr. Boost is a groundbreaking over the counter liquid booster that caters to a variety of desires and needs. Each revolutionary product has been specifically formulated by top-level scientists and doctors in the fields of anti-aging, weight loss, stress relief, neurology, sports medicine, and homeopathic medicine.” They also have a DoctorBoost.com email address on their site, but that domain has something oddly unrelated on it.
SafeWatch.com sold for $2,000 at Sedo, and the domain redirects to the SafeWatch page on the Red-D-Arc.com website. “SafeWatch technology allows an Airgas On-Site Safety Services Technical Rescue Team member to remotely monitor both inside and outside of up to 20 confined spaces at a time.” The parent company is “the nation’s leading single-source supplier of gases, welding and safety products.”