Recent Domain Sales That Have Been Developed (pics): ZoomDigital.com, Cloud.Team & more

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.

ZoomDigital.com sold for $5,700 in January at Sedo.  Looks like the name was picked up by a 25+ year old company named Zoom Advertising in Illinois.  I believe their previous domain was ZoomChicago.com.  They are a creative agency with a focus on the automotive industry.  Zoom Zoom…

Cloud.Team sold for $3,450 at Sedo near the beginning of the year.  This gTLD domain was picked up by an IT services company called PrimeNet Communications located in Switzerland.

LunchTree.com sold for $2,700 at Sedo near the beginning of the year.  I’m pretty sure this is a San Francisco startup.  Their website is really just a lander at this point with unlinked app store icons – so it technically isn’t developed yet.  Their Twitter and Facebook links are active however.  It looks like it is a service that facilitates meeting new people over lunch, coffee and group dinners.  Also, more proof that you can put tree behind any word and start a company.

Empathy.co sold for $15,000 at GritBrokerage in December.  Visits to the domain redirect to EmpathyBroker.com which is an odd name for the services that they provide.  “EmpathyBroker helps provide a more joyful search and navigation experience, one that pairs great technology, functionality and features with customer inspiration, emotions and empathy.”  I know when I’m using a search box on a website I’m typically wishing for more empathy.

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2 Replies to “Recent Domain Sales That Have Been Developed (pics): ZoomDigital.com, Cloud.Team & more”

  1. LunchTree.com appears to be an interesting story. It’s first registered in 2009 by founder Jesse Spaulding. The site was going on until 2012 then disappeared. My guess is that the idea did not work and the domain was dropped. Someone picked it up and then sold it for $2,700 to the founder again when the idea came back again. Compare Wayback Machine screenshot with the new site and Crunchbase data and you’ll see why I see it that way. Otherwise, the domain may not be worth that much.

    1. That looks right to me Kassey. Thanks for digging deeper. As to what the domain is worth otherwise, who knows? tree at the end of a word is very popular. Take a look at namebio and put tree as the end of a domain.

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