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.
DecoratedLife.com sold for $17,061 on Sedo. This looks to be an ad supported home decor blog which makes the sales price surprising to me. I don’t see any affiliate links anywhere, but there are a ton of ads. In the footer, I see that they are a member of Mediavine home. I hadn’t heard of Mediavine before so I started readying a bit about them too. Sounds like an interesting full service ad partner. Anyone worked with them before?
Tiranosaurio.com sold for $3,978 on Sedo. Tyrannosaurus in Spanish – this is now the home of a Mexican company that is selling unique gifts for men. Think cool looking wooden boxes filled with whiskey, games, snacks, bbq equipment, etc…
Radio.cloud sold for $28,000 at Nodama. It looks like this is the new home of baycloudnet.de. It is amazing how little information there is on Google about them. It looks like they provide radio streams over the internet to their customers. Perhaps it’s a B2B business. Nice .cloud sale price for sure.
OrderMade.com sold for $8,000 on Sedo. The domain was purchased by Made to Order Software in Orangevale, CA. They have a trademark on the term Order Made that was filed in 2007. Offer your customers a way to order food online quickly and easily with features features[sic] that will benefit your customers and your business. Their website could use a little work.
Lookster.com sold for $3,530 on Sedo. “Lookster is a user-friendly search engine that does not track your Internet activity or sell your personal data to advertisers.” Unfortunately, I haven’t been able to get a single search to return any results. You can always use DuckDuckGo.com if you want the same claim but with actual search results. I do like the name better than DuckDuckGo.com.