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.
PledgeofAllegiance.com sold for $9,550 at Flippa, and the domain was picked up by Jeffrey Reynolds, who is behind the related AmericanFlags.com. An informational site is live, and I don’t see any links directing visiting to the American flags site.
WPTiger.com sold for $2,475 at NameJet, and the site is promoting a selection of WordPress themes…some free, and some with an affiliate link.
VictorHome.com sold for $2,473 at Sedo, and it’s an additional domain for the folks behind VictorGroup-USA.com, which is where their acquisition is redirected. “VICTORGROUP offers a wide range of products based on a variety of materials, from aluminum to polymer and pulp. In various goods categories we manufacture and sell more than 1,200 articles worldwide. “
Dont4get.com sold for $2,450 at Sedo. The domain that miserably fails the radio test is promoting a reminder app. “Now you can remind those 4 getful minds by using a simple method. Download, log in, add friends, take a photo, write a comment, set a reminder and send away.”
GadgetsPage.com sold for $2,100 at NameJet, and a gadget review site is live. “Martin here. An audio engineer and ghost producer. Started GadgetsPage to share my knowledge and provide unbiased reviews of the best gadgets and gears.”
StarCapitalCorp.com sold for $2,000 at Sedo, and the company behind the domain is confusingly Starlight Capital Group, which is “a team of data scientists, trading analysts and signal processing experts who are actively involved in the designing of proprietary algorithms for arbitrage trading.“