The screenshots below are examples of buyers of domains from the past year that have either developed their sites, or purchased an upgrade domain and have redirected their acquisition to an existing website.
Zoom.ca sold for $22,100 via N49 Interactive, and the new site is trying to simplify the used car buying experience, “Zoom.ca was created to transform how Canadians purchase vehicles, by offering consumers the first website to buy a used car, entirely online.”
Psychic.org sold for $12,000 at Sedo, and a directory site is being developed. “Find the top PHONE psychics in your own country. Or the best EMAIL psychics. Choose from the photos of all registered psychics & mediums”.
MissionEducation.com sold for $3,075 at Sedo, and it’s the home of a real estate education company in California. “Mission: Real Estate Education provides live in-person classes for real estate professionals, attorneys, investors, or anyone else that is interested in learning about real estate.”
TeakLife.com sold for $2,688 at Sedo, and the company offers a line of wood protection products. “Teak Life was born from a passion for the sea – and a passion for the beauty and performance of wood. Teak Life is a new family of products from Sansin, a global leader in wood protection focused since 1986 on creating the best performing, most beautiful wood finishes in the world – and staffed with passionate sailors.”
BedAndBreakfastCenter.com sold for $2,500 at NameJet, and a directory site is live. “Bed and Breakfast Center allows you to search by location or amenities, as well as the ability to find the latest hot deals. Whether you are looking for a romantic getaway or a quick weekend vacation, you’ll find the lodging you want at Bed and Breakfast Center. “
BookPodcast.com sold for $2,001 at Sedo, and you get exactly what you expect at this site….a podcast about books. “A podcast that captures the magic of books for curious people who love to read.“
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