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.
FlyPaper.com sold for $6,101 at NameJet, and the domain was an upgrade from FlyPaperTech.com for the company based in Michigan. “Have you ever felt like construction software could be better? So did we, and that’s exactly what FlyPaper Technologies is here to fix.”
Reiko.com sold for $5,601 at Sedo, and the domain was an upgrade from ReikoWireless.com. Based in New York, “Since 2001, Reiko Wireless Inc. is a leading factory-direct seller to becoming one of the biggest wholesalers for cell phone accessory and gadget.”
ConceptCo.com sold for $5,000 at Sedo, and it’s the home of a London-based company which is “a consultancy firm that specializes in providing business advisory services to selected real estate projects and commercial developments across Europe and Asia.”
EdenHealth.com sold for $2,600 at NameJet, and a new healthcare company based in New York is live. “We’re bringing healthcare back to its roots: the relationship between the patient and the doctor.” “We’re flipping the model on its head to provide better care while, at the same time, decreasing costs to employers and the health system at large.”
GetRetired.com sold for $2,249 at Sedo, and the owner is Financial Independents, Inc., “a comprehensive financial services firm committed to helping you prepare for your long-term financial future.” The Michigan-based company has what appears to be identical sites live at FinancialIndependents.com and RetirementLady.com, and maybe more. (Did they mean to use the word ‘independence’ in their company name instead?)
Massk.com sold for $2,200 at Sedo, and a Boulder, Colorado based company that focuses on your butt is live. “Massk® International is a top-of-the-line cosmetics company specializing in products that make the butt look more beautiful.”