Update on Top 10 Sales from a Year Ago: Framer.com, GUD.com, More

Jan 07 2018

Listed below are updates on the top 10 sales from a year ago this week, as ranked by DN Journal.

1. Framer.com sold for $250,000

The domain was an upgrade from FramerJS.com for the software company based in the Netherlands. “Framer is a tool to design interactive high-fidelity prototypes for iOS, Android, desktop, or the web. It enables users to turn static mockups into interactive prototypes and to experiment quickly with dynamic, native-feeling animations and interactions.” They have received $9 million in funding, most recently with a $7.7 million round in November 2017. The site is the traffic leader for this week, with its Alexa rank near 70,000.

Framer

2. Emeralds.com sold for $125,000

The owner is under privacy protection, and the lander says simply, “You do not have permission to view this directory or page.”

3. GUD.com sold for $32,000

The owner is under privacy protection, and it redirects to Karty.com, which sometimes resolves to a page like is shown below, but this morning had a Shopify site on it which said, “Sorry, this shop is currently unavailable.”

GUD

4. Aiuto.it sold for $27,567

5. FoodFuture.com sold for $25,000

6. Rumo.com sold for $20,388

7. Venetie.nl sold for $19,500

8. 1324.com sold for $17,200

9. Bonos.es sold for $15,900

All of the sales above either had a parked page, a 404 error, didn’t resolve, or had something else uninteresting. FoodFuture.com is currently owned by $36 billion market cap Target.com.

9. BonApp.com sold for $15,900

The simple lander below is live, and it’s owned by an individual in Paris, France. The domain is listed on Afternic for $25,000, but I’m not sure if that’s a current listing, or the prior owner simply hasn’t taken the domain out of their Afternic account.

bon app

 

9. Musei.it sold for $15,900

The lander below translates from Italian to, “The site entirely dedicated to museums. We are updating the site, follow us we will be online soon.”

musei

9. Seguridad.cl sold for $15,900

The keyword translates from Spanish as “security”, and the Chilean company that calls the site home says, “We have the latest technology in surveillance. We are specialists in the protection of companies and people.

Seguridad

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