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.
GHDP.com sold for $4,500 in January at Sedo. The name went to GHD Partners – a New York based graphic design company with an impressive client list. P as the last letter in a 3L and 4L name is less talked about than C, A or I, but the words partners and productions makes P as the last letter attractive.
3D-model.com sold for $4,446 at Sedo near the beginning of the year. This numeric and dash containing .com went to a Swiss company sepcializing in 3D printers and 3D printing services. Of course, a numeric is expected when using the term 3D.
Enlyte.com sold for $3,000 at Sedo in January. “Enlyte is an educational and social platform to help people discover the career that matches them best, then give[sic] them the resources and tools to advance themselves through their chosen career path.” Enlyte is a misspell of an odd and rarely used word, but I see where they are going with it.
RedBarn.com sold for $60,750 at PerfectName in January. The name went to Red Barn Pet Products and redirects to RedBarnInc.com. RedBarn.com is obviously a great upgrade, and hopefully, they will eventually move the site over to the new domain. Red Barn has a corporate office in California and has a manufacturing plant in Kansas.
AmericanRubber.com sold for $4,500 on Sedo in January. This domain was picked up by American Sustainable Rubber Co. It is a very specific domain and required a pretty specific buyer, but it looks like it worked out. This company claims to have “found a way to produce natural rubber by growing and harvesting genetically improved dandelions”. That is interesting…