The screenshots below are examples of buyers of domains from the last few months that have either developed their sites, or purchased an upgrade domain and have redirected their acquisition to an existing website.
LeatherGloves.com sold for $20,000 at SnapNames, and the domain was an upgrade from LeatherGlovesOnline.com. “Since 1998, LeatherGlovesOnline.com has brought you the largest selection of leather gloves for men and women anywhere.” “Although we are the largest independent leather glove retailer on the internet, we are still a small family-run company.”
Atomist.com sold for $11,800 at Sedo, and in their words, “OUR MISSION IS TO MAKE MICROSERVICE APPLICATIONS EASY AND FUN TO BUILD, THROUGH A CLOUD-BASED SERVICE” “Atomist will help you to get your code into production as fast as possible, with the minimum amount of distraction.”
This one is different than atomizer, which is discussed here.
xBeauty.com sold for $10,900 at Sedo, and this domain was an upgrade from xBeauty.se. According to the translation from Swedish, it’s an “online store where you will find the best products for neater eyebrows and eyelashes.“
TECSA.com sold for $9,995 at Sedo, and the company describes itself as follows, “TECSA is a company dedicated to the construction of cell sites and manufacturing of towers, monopoles and structures camouflaged in Guatemala, Honduras, Colombia and Peru.”
Oddly enough, in my day job, we’re in the middle of a cell tower relocation project which is going to cost in the 7-figures, so I know there is money in these cell towers.
DetroitAutoShow.com sold for $8,888 at Sedo, and the owner is Detroit Trading Company. Interestingly, the domain is now being forwarded to Detroit.Auto.Show. Yes, that’s a double-dot.
ProntoPro.com sold for $7,575 at Sedo, and they’re a source for handymen in the Atlanta area. “Our goal is to take the hassle out of repairs and small jobs around the house.”
AstralProjection.com sold for $6,500 at Sedo, and a blog is live, saying in part, “This blog is dedicated to guiding you in rediscovering the truth about Who and What You Really Are. You’ve been programmed to believe you’re a solitary being in a solitary body in a solitary world in a solitary Universe. But Who and What You Really Are is infinitely more fun and exciting than that…”