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.
Aviaro.com sold for $3,990 at Sedo. This brandable name went to a company operating out of Las Vegas, NV. The company provides bulk SMS messaging, AI messaging and other services to other businesses.
UpHoldings.com sold for $15,000 at Sedo. Upholdings seems like a real word, but it isn’t. It does make sense for a fund of some sort, and that is exactly who the name went to. Hopefully, this is just their initial shot at a website, because it is pretty lame. The trees at the top are pretty, but the return graphic is hilarious. It says illustrative so may not mean a thing while making you think they beat the S&P 500 by quite a bit. Who knows?
Shopify.no sold for $2,600 at Sedo. This domain now redirects to digispace.no and looks like a clear squat to me. This Norwegian company “breaks digital nuts“. The website states that they work with WordPress and WooCommerce. Strangely missing – Shopify.
VacantSpace.com sold for $3,483 at Sedo. This name landed with the perfect business for it. Vacant Space Management, LLC provides “ethical and cost effective solutions to both mitigate holding costs and create income on empty buildings“.
BeautyTip.com sold for $5,900 on Sedo. This website looks like a massive affiliate buildout with tons of content and affiliate links all over the place.