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.
KissMyLips.com sold for $3,900 on Sedo. I can’t find a location for the company on the website, but I believe it is in Ireland, because they offer free shipping to Ireland when purchasing over a certain amount. The website is a Shopify site that sells sexy women’s clothing of various types. It also looks like this is an upgrade name from KissMyLips.co.
FactoryDirect.com sold for $50,000 as reported by NameExperts. I can’t believe the name wasn’t already is use. I remember hearing the term factory direct on television and radio commercials all the time. The domain went to an Ohio company called Factory Direct Craft – a company that launched their first website in 1995! They are currently redirecting FactoryDirect.com to FactoryDirectCraft.com.
Forecast.global sold for $4,800 as reported by the .Global registry. The website on the domain looks to be a router to either the financial modeling or the analytics side of a business called Forecast, and they have offices in the UK and Australia. The company has embraced the new g’s as the analytics side of the business lives at ForecastAnalytics.world.
Kimino.com sold for $5,700 at Sedo. This is an upgrade name for a Japanese company that sells craft soft drinks. Their other domain was/is KiminoDrinks.com. Kimi no translates from Japanese to “for you” or “your” in English.
800365.com sold for $2,599 on Sedo. The domain redirects to 800365.co which is a Chinese online sports bet and casino. They even claim to broadcast more than 50,000 events over the internet to make your gambling experience more exciting. I wonder how they acquired the rights to do that…