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.
ViralPep.com sold for $7,500 at Mike Mann’s DomainMarket.com, and it’s the home of a social media marketing company. “with Viralpep you can effortlessly plan, organize & deliver your social media content to multiple or single social networks.”
HollywoodPalladium.com sold for $6,107 at Sedo, and the domain was picked up by Live Nation, a publicly traded company with a market cap near $9 billion. The Palladium is a live concert venue in Hollywood, and the domain is a big upgrade from a page on the LiveNation.com website: https://www.livenation.com/venues/14586/hollywood-palladium.
ScienceBox.com sold for $3,999 at Sedo, and the domain forwards to BigBangKit.com, which sells a science project / lesson in a box. “Big Bang Kit helps your children explore all the wonders of science through activity based learning. The kit inspires them to innovate and bring out all their creative skills” If I had to guess, they may be rebranding to the more generic Science Box, as there are many trademarks for big bang-related phrases, a couple of which relate to educational products like the company is currently offering.
Eco-Light.com sold for $2,950 at Sedo, and the company behind FTGEquipment.com picked up the domain for a specific line of their products — a “compact light tower constructed of heavy-duty galvanized steel with industrial powder coated paint inside & out is tough enough for any jobsite and quiet enough for any event!.”
Bimorph.com sold for $2,000 at Sedo, and the domain was an upgrade from the .co.uk. “Bimorph is a London-based digital engineering consultancy providing specialist design, delivery and support services to Architects, Engineers and Building Contractors.”