Domain Spotlight:

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. sold for $36,000 at NameJet, and ZEV in this case is an acronym for zero emission vehicles. “I own a tesla and could not find a single place that would tell me about all of the state and federal rebates that are available for zero emission vehicles. So I decided to make one!” It appears they’re just getting started on the site, as their About page has a bunch of ‘lorem ipsum’ text that you’ve all seen before.

ZEV sold for $30,200 at NameJet, and the domain forwards to, which appears to be a gambling site. Per Google Translate, “big players super fun games – Asia’s most professional slot machines, live online entertainment platform!

5310 sold for $25,855 at NameJet. A full fledged site isn’t live, but the placeholder made me smile so I decided to include it. They’re using MQI in this case to stand for Mustache Quality Initiative.

MQI sold for $22,500 in a private transaction. The letters are an abbreviation for Symbolic & Chase, and the domain is a shortener from “From our private salon on Old Bond Street, Symbolic & Chase aims to provide an exclusive and personal service, whether it is to help you find a special gift for a loved one or guide you through the process of building your collection.”

S-C sold for $21,000 via Justin Havre. The owner is realtor Joyce Tourney, and the domain redirects to Regina has a population near 200,000 and is the capital of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.

ReginaRealEstate sold for $17,000 at, the domain is an upgrade from “TAKTIK is a software engineering company. For over ten years now, we have been developing solutions based on innovative and efficient open source technologies, fully adapted to the needs of our clients and integrators.”


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