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.
HappyChef.com sold for $10,357 at NameJet, and the domain was an upgrade from HappyChefUniforms.com. “What started as a New Jersey-based chef apparel company has transformed into a one-stop resource for the latest innovations in culinary styles. From coats and hats to kitchen tools and footwear, we have proudly earned our reputation by consistently designing high quality products and offering them at the absolute best prices.”
LeadFund.com sold for $3,499 at GenericDomainMarket.com, and the company describes themselves as, “the premier site for private companies to promote their investment opportunities.”
ILMU.com sold for $3,395 at Sedo, and a sort of Indonesian language informational site is live. “Believes that anyone can learn about any science, wherever he is, regardless of race, race, origin, social status, and religion. Science is expensive, but you can get it here for free, share knowledge with your neighbor and you will be happy. “
ContinentalFarms.com sold for $3,130 at Sedo, and the domain was a big upgrade from CFMiami.net. Based in Doral, Florida, “Since our founding in 1971, Continental Farms has provided fresh-cut flowers for the wholesale floral community. “
Erdong.com sold for $2,300 at NameJet, and a Chinese language office supplies company is live.
CareNavigator.com sold for $2,108 at NameJet, and the domain was an upgrade from CareNavigator.com.au. An Australian disability insurance provider is live, “The NDIS is a huge change, but it doesn’t have to be scary. CareNavigator.com.au is a place for people to share their experiences and learn from others to recognise the best care providers in their community. If you know a great provider, please share your knowledge by giving a review. “