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.
FusionFund.com sold for $7,700 at Sedo, and the domain was needed as part of a rebrand from “NewGen Capital”. Based in Palo Alto, “Fusion Fund is an early-stage venture capital firm supporting entrepreneurs who build globally disruptive, platform technologies and business models with potential to drive systemic change.”
eGuru.com sold for $7,000 at NameJet, and the Singapore-based buyer pitches their services as, “a complete online turnkey solution for anyone who wants to create, promote and grow their business by leveraging on our founder, Ewen Chia’s 20 years of internet marketing experience.” This domain certainly is more memorable than the buyer’s personal homepage at EwenChia.com.
Doal.com sold for $6,000 at Sedo, and the domain was an upgrade from Doal.it for the Italian company. Per Google Translate, “Doal is specialized in the production of Internal Sliding Doors, Systems and Aluminum Profiles for Doors, Wardrobes, Furniture or Furnishings for the home and Office, also made to measure.“
Blackbell.com sold for $5,400 at Sedo, and the domain was an upgrade from BlackbellApp.com. Based in New York City, they describe their product as having the ability to “Enhance the offer of your building or neighborhood by creating your own marketplace of local services”.
Kidlo.com sold for $4,500 at Sedo, and an educational app for kids is under development. “We create games and apps which provide educational content in a fun and interactive way! Our educational games, songs, stories and activities are based on the curriculum followed and recommended by experts and teachers worldwide.”
ShareFlare.com sold for $2,000 at Sedo, and a shopping experience / feedback site is under development. “Share your shopping experience and enjoy personal discounts whenever you visit a ShareFlare enabled web store.”