The screenshots below are examples of buyers of domains from the past year that have either developed their sites, or purchased an upgrade domain and have redirected their acquisition to an existing website.
FoodBarn.com sold for $18,725 at Sedo, and per Google Translate, the German language site describes itself as follows, “The new digital magazine for connoisseurs. EAT. DRINK. DISCOVER.”
Papa.de sold for $15,515 at Sedo, and it’s the second German-language site in a row. “At papa.de we write about all topics that interest a dad. We are the parents magazine from the point of view of the Papas with more than 250 guides, five online tools and over 110,000 fans on Facebook”.
LuvYourBaby.com sold for $13,759 at Sedo, and the domain is an upgrade from the .net for the eCommerce shop. It appears to be owned by a company called Layn Innovations, which filed a trademark for “luv your baby” at the end of last year.
ProMovers.com sold for $10,600 at NameJet, and a lead gen site is live. Per Whois, the owner has a MovingCalculator.info email address, and the links at the bottom of the site include related lead gen sites such as eMovers.com, CaliforniaMovers.com, ArizonaMovers.com, and more. I checked a couple state + movers keywords, and each has a CPC over $10.00.
Vr6.com sold for $8,988 at NameJet, and the Chinese language site describes itself as follows, per Google Translate, “China’s leading VR virtual reality user platform”.
Genitori.com sold for $2,980 at Sedo. The Italian language site says it is, (again, per Google Translate), “dedicated to parents, all you have to know to be a good parent.“