The screenshots below are additional examples of buyers of domains from October of this year that have either developed their sites, or purchased an upgrade domain and have redirected their acquisition to an existing website.
StepOnUp.com sold for $18,888 at MostWantedDomains, and the owner is Pfizer Inc. The domain redirects to the ‘Step On Up’ section of Pfizer’s DiabetesPainHelp.com site. “Step On Up™ is a program developed by Pfizer in collaboration with the American Diabetes Association to encourage people living with diabetes and experiencing burning, shooting or stabbing-like pain in their feet or hands to talk to their doctor about their pain. “
FullStory.com sold for $20,000 at MostWantedDomains. An upgrade from TheFullStory.com. “Charts and graphs aren’t enough when it comes to knowing your customers. We can’t wait to show you the FullStory.“
VisitRome.com sold for $16,000 at Flippa, and the owner is under privacy protection. The site isn’t fully developed yet, but they’ve gotten started.
SarinaRusso.com sold for $7,620 at Sedo. An upgrade from the .com.au. “Free recruitment service for jobseekers & employers specialising in finding work for long-term unemployed, parents, people with a disability & the mature aged.“
HomePartnersOfAmerica.com sold for $7,000 at Sedo, and the owner is Home Partners Of America, Inc. This acquisition redirects to their HomePartners.com website. “Home Partners provides responsible households a transparent new path to home ownership through our Lease with a Right to Purchase Program.”