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.
CodeRoute.com sold for $4,500 at NameJet, and the French language site offers “Free online code test series“, which is a test I’m not familiar with. Per Google Translate, “CodeRoute.com offers a complete revision program. On the site you will find more than 1500 courses and tests written by experienced, qualified and graduate teachers of the BEPECASER, the National Certificate for the Exercise of the Teaching Profession of Driving and Road Safety. will make it easier to obtain your driver’s license, regardless of category: License B, Permit E, Motorcycle license, BSR, ASSR.“
BriteSky.com sold for $4,195 at Flippa, and the owner of the developed BriteSky.ca picked up their .com. Based in Ottawa, “We are a Tier 3 Cloud and Managed Solution provider. We offer Scalable and Customizable Cloud Solutions.”
Zapic.com sold for $2,500 at Sedo, and the new company based in San Diego pitches themselves as, “a Social Mobile Gaming Platform providing easily integrated backend services to help developers navigate the growing challenge of the mobile gaming market by building and promoting their games efficiently.”
Brightswitch.com sold for $2,500 at Sedo, and the domain was an upgrade from GetBrightswitch.com. Based in Bend, Oregon, “Brightswitch replaces the light switches in your home with smart, wireless touch-screen displays which find and connect to each other, providing intercom and security zone functions, as well as supporting whole house Android applications such as Sonos® music.”
StaffUp.com sold for $2,409 at NameJet, and an outsourcing site is under development. “We are experts at building out scalable outsourced business operations worldwide, available 24/7.“
MysteryShoppingServices.com sold for $2,000 at Sedo, and the buyer picked up the plural and have it redirected to their developed MysteryShoppingService.com. The company behind both domains is Service Analytics, based in Mesa, Arizona. “Service Analytics provides a full spectrum of mystery shopping services designed to drive higher sales and increase customer satisfaction.”