I missed this post yesterday because I spent Friday night at the rustic Phantom Ranch (picture below) at the bottom of the Grand Canyon, which is accessible only by foot, raft or mule. Much of my Saturday was spent hiking back up to the south rim on a beautiful, unseasonably warm day.
Good thing for me that I had Jon and Mike help try to whip me into shape at NamesCon…..they were kind enough to accommodate the slow guy!
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.
QContact.com sold for $5,000 at Sedo, and a communication platform based in Leeds is under development. “We bring all your calls, texts, web chats, emails and social media interactions with customers into one place for better customer care and employee productivity”.
Jamble.com sold for $4,995 at Sedo, and a German language chat site is live. I can’t seem to navigate into the site to find out more about it, without signing up for an account.
AddNice.com sold for $4,500 at Sedo, and the domain was an upgrade from AddNice.com.ar, for the company based in Argentina. “Leading company in footwear for children with more than 10 years in the market. All the lines are sold in the main sports chains of the country.”
AXERC.com sold for $2,999 at Sedo, and the domain appears to be an awkward abbreviation for Axelrod Capital Investment. The domain was required as part of a rebrand, “In early 2017, the firm acquired a cryptocurrency firm that aspired to bridge the gap between financial markets and the blockchain economy. First Capital Venture embraced this vision and officially adopted the newly acquired company’s name as its own, Axelrod Capital Investment Management Limited.” They state they have $3.3 billion in assets under management.
GoCougs.com sold for $2,500 at Sedo, and the owner is under privacy protection, but the domain is redirected to the Brigham Young University owned and developed BYUcougars.com, which is the “the official home of BYU athletics”.
StayAnywhere.com sold for $2,000 at Sedo, and the owner is working to transition from the more specific StayMiamiBeach.com to a domain that accommodates multiple locations. Their description still focuses on their original location, but I assume more are in the works, “Stay in the lap of luxury! – Stay Miami Beach is the hub for some of the most luxurious and unique vacation and long-term rental properties across one of the most sought-after North American destinations – Miami!”