The screenshots below are examples of buyers of domains from the past year that have either developed their sites, or purchased an upgrade domain and have redirected their acquisition to an existing website.
Zoba.com sold for $10,000 at Flippa, and a travel safety site is in the works. “Zoba enables travelers to make informed decisions about their safety in unfamiliar areas.” “We are currently in development and will launch in Summer 2017.” “Zoba is a Venture Incubation Program (VIP) team at the Harvard Innovation Lab (i-lab).”
WeSing.com sold for $10,000 at Uniregistry, and they feature a multi-player singing game. “Featuring the hottest hits from the world’s biggest artists. We Sing brings the award winning party experience, direct to the comfort of your living room.”
TheRoyals.com sold for $8,800 at Uniregistry, and the domain was an upgrade from TheRoyals.com.au. They’re an advertising agency based in Australia, “The Most Interested Agency in the World.”
BeSolar.com sold for $8,750 at Uniregistry, and this is the home of a UK-based solar company. “BESolar and it’s parent company, US Aberla Limited, has over 10 years of specialized renewable installation and operation experience within the energy services sector across the UK and Europe.”
SJGas.com sold for $2,988 at Sedo, and a gas company picked up a shortener for their SouthJerseyGas.com. “South Jersey Gas delivers clean, efficient natural gas and promotes energy efficiency to more than 375,000 residential, commercial and industrial customers in the seven southernmost counties of New Jersey.” They’re owned by South Jersey Industries, a company with a market cap around $2.6 billion.
GainSmart.com sold for $2,650 at Sedo, and the company promotes several products related to cattle production. “The Gain Smart Stocker Program provides a 1-2-3 punch to get calves eating and staying healthy. It includes 2 products to jump start appetite and a line of vitamin and mineral supplements”.