The screenshots below are examples of buyers of domains from this year that have either developed their sites, or purchased an upgrade domain and have redirected their acquisition to an existing website.
BugSplat.com sold for $6,500 at Uniregistry, and we’re talking about software bugs here. “Crash reporting allows you to easily find, fix, and track crashes affecting your users. Add BugSplat to your software today to get the upper hand on your bugs.“
GardenDay.com sold for $6,250 at Uniregistry, and the domain was an upgrade from GardenDay.co.za, and it appears ‘Garden Day’ is a holiday of sorts in South Africa, and this site is intended to help you celebrate the day. “Most of the year we plant, water, weed and mulch – work, in other words. Garden Day is the time to relax and celebrate your garden with others.”
PlaygroundSurfacing.com sold for $6,200 at Uniregistry, and the domain’s keywords tell you exactly what to expect….this company deals with different types of surfacing, from mulch to rubber to artificial turf. The company is based in Florida, and it’s an additional domain for the company at ProPlaygrounds.com.
KitSound.com sold for $3,520 at Sedo, and the domain was an upgrade from KitSound.co.uk. “We are craftspeople. We are musicians. We are KitSound™ and we all commit ourselves to achieving one shared goal: Bringing people closer to their music.”
BaseballForever.com sold for $3,199 at Sedo, and the site is focused on keeping the Tampa Bay Rays team in St. Petersburg, Florida. “The Baseball Forever Campaign is an initiative of the City of St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg Area Chamber of Commerce, residents, and fans of the Tampa Bay Rays. Please join us if you believe St. Petersburg should be the forever home of the Tampa Bay Rays.”
RIRes.com sold for $3,177 at Sedo, and the domain is an abbreviation for Rhode Island Residential, a new real estate company.
Jobable.com sold for $3,000 at Sedo, and the new site focuses on jobs in Hong Kong. “Jobable is a Hong Kong based data-driven career platform, providing job seekers with the easiest way to apply to jobs in Hong Kong.” The site says that over 16,000 jobs are on the service, and it’s being utilized by employers such as American Express and HSBC.