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.
RCKT.com sold for $7,695 at Sedo, and the domain is an upgrade from Rocket-Internet.de. “We are Rocket Communications. We create compelling content.”
ZAIH.com sold for $7,950 at Sedo, and I can’t tell much based on a Google translation of the Chinese language site, “Line – your private think tank“.
SD.se sold for $24,000 at Tradera, and the domain is a shortener for the slightly longer SverigeDemokraternas.se. It’s a site about Sweden’s Democrats.
2009.com sold for $22,500 at Sedo, and the owner is under privacy protection. I can’t tell exactly what’s going on with this Chinese language site.
PS.se sold for $15,600 at Tradera, and the domain is an upgrade from the much longer PSOnlineAuktioner.se. An online auctioneer.
FirstChoice.com.au sold for $12,908 at NetFleet.com.au, and it’s an additional domain for the owners of 1stChoice.com.au, a chain of 75+ liquor stores in Australia.
ElEspañol.com sold for $12,000 at Sedo, and the domain is developed into a Spanish language blog. “Universal. Independiente. Combativo. Plural. Innovador. Ecuánime. Inteligente. Tuitero. Tuyo. En construcción. Súmate al proyecto”
Amstor.com sold for $5,358 at Sedo, and per a translation of their Russian language site, “Amstor – one of the leading networks of Ukraine in the sphere of retail trade. The main shareholder is the Smart-Holding www.smart-holding.com.“
PostServer.com sold for $5,130 at Sedo, and the domain is an upgrade from PostServer.at. Per a Google translation of the German language site, “More secure than e-mail Faster than the Post. Legally compliant online mail delivery.“