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.
HomeSafetyCouncil.org sold for $10,900 at NameJet, and it looks like a rebrand may be in the works, as the domain redirects to StaySafe.org, but the About Us page discusses HomeSafetyCouncil.org, as “a resource hub to learn more about specific aspects of the hazards around your house or apartment. Our data and recommendations can help you determine the best answer for your family, be it a DIY solution or hiring a professional. “
BBNC.com sold for $9,850 at Sedo, and the acquisition was an upgrade from BBNC.net, which is an abbreviation for Bristol Bay Native Corporation, “a responsible Alaska Native investment corporation dedicated to the mission of “Enriching Our Native Way of Life.””
SiteGuard.com sold for $9,500 at Flippa, and it’s the home of a new web security company based in Australia. “Complete, cloud-based website protection that finds and automatically fixes threats, prevents future attacks, and accelerates your website speed.”
SafeCore.com sold for $8,500 at Sedo, and the buyer has it redirected to their main site at Amionx.com, where the company discusses its patented SafeCore technology. “Our patented and proprietary Safe Core™ technology prevents batteries from being the source of explosion or fire without sacrificing the performance of the battery.” Their domain acquisition corresponded with the timing of an investment by Qualcomm.
KingBank.com sold for $5,000 at Sedo, and the domain was an upgrade from jbd-kingbank.com. KingBank is a brand of products, as opposed to a finance/lending institution: “Shenzhen Jinda Technology Co., Ltd., specializing in the production and sale of solid state hard drives, memory, and memory cards, and create their own brand KINGBANK products”.
AgencyHQ.com sold for $4,000 at Sedo, and a digital marketing agency appears to be under development, but there is some work to be done…..the logo is “Smart Agency” (they don’t own the .com), and the website isn’t fully functional yet.
Zeneroe.com sold for $3,000 at Sedo, and I’m guessing it’s an upgrade domain, but I can’t find specifics. “Established in 1997 in Seoul. Zeneroe has the latest Korean fashion styles. Now available in the U.S. and Canada.”