Recent Domain Sales That Have Been Developed (pics): GottaLive.com, BrainShock.com, Starface.com, More

Jul 08 2017

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.

Starface.com sold for $10,900 at Sedo, and the domain was an upgrade from Starface.de, which has both German and English versions of their site. “STARFACE is an award-winning VoIP based telephony system that is “Made in Germany”. It integrates completely into the IT and communications infrastructure of your business, is based on open standards and can be used in Windows, Linux and Mac OS X environments.”

Starface

MountainElectronics.com sold for $8,000 at DomainMarket, and this domain was an upgrade from Mountain-Electronics.com. The company is based in North Carolina and “specializes in repairing circuit boards for the commercial laundry industry.  We have been repairing electronic control boards for the commercial laundry industry since 1999.

MountainElectronics

GottaLive.com sold for $5,999 at Sedo, and they are developing “a lifestyle brand you can live in”, while based in Florida. “The phrase Gotta Live invokes the lifestyle and beliefs of our members – “life is not a dress rehearsal.” Together, we aim to be positive and upbeat as role models for our children, emanating a life of positivity, gratitude and happiness. “

GottaLive

BrainShock.com sold for $3,500 at Sedo, and a chiropractor in Los Angeles is behind the site. “BrainShock™ Syndrome describes the effect every injury has on the nervous system.” “Dr. George Gonzalez is a chiropractor based in Los Angeles, California USA. He has a patented systematic process for evaluating and correcting the nervous system called Quantum Neurology.

Brainshock

 

Brillian.com sold for $4,900 at Sedo, and the domain redirects to ThreatMetrix.com. The company filed for a “Brillian” trademark in May of this year, with a mark description as follows, “Software as a service (SAAS) and platform as a service (PAAS) services featuring computer software and computer software platforms for enabling users”. “ThreatMetrix®, The Digital Identity Company™, is the market-leading cloud solution for authenticating digital personas and transactions on the Internet.”

Brillian

AceFab.com sold for $2,999 at Sedo, and the domain was a significant shortener from AceFabricationInc.com. Based in North Carolina, “Since 1962, Ace Fabrication has been a leader in custom metal fabrication of stainless steel and aluminum products.”

Acefab

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  1. Judy May

    I just read this article by Aaron (Accidental Domainer): “Recent Domain Sales That Have Been Developed (pics): GottaLive.com…More”
    All these domains fetched very nice prices. But what I really, really would like to know is – were they sold in one of Sedo’s auctions, or were they sold by a Sedo broker?
    I have some names I wish to sell, and this is an important question for me to decide.
    Thank you, Judy May


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      Aaron

      Hi Judy, at these price points, I’m guessing the answer is “neither”. I assume that the seller had them listed on the Sedo platform, either with a BIN price or make-offer, and that buyer and seller negotiated directly.

      1. Judy May

        Thank you, Aaron. I’m not sure if my takeaway is that a broker or auction would have been used for a higher price point (broker) or a lower one (regular auction). But this helps…


  2. Post author
    Aaron

    Judy, Sedo brokers typically aren’t going to proactively work on the smaller sized deals that are listed in this post….only one of these sales was over $10k. At a minimum, be sure to have your domains listed for sale on numerous platforms, and whether they’re listed at buy-it-now prices, or make-offer, depends in part on your goals & objectives.
    At a really high level, if you need cash quickly, you’re going to need to list them in an auction and take what you can get. If you’re patient, you can wait for the right prices, but that could come in 10 weeks, 10 months, 10 years, or never…..

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