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Recent Domain Sales That Have Been Developed (pics): GolfGate.com, BrandSociety.com, 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.

AcaiBerry.com sold for $18,000 at Sedo, and the owner was an upgrade from AcaiBerryCompany.com, which is where the domain is redirected. I didn’t know this was still a thing? The Gainsville, Florida based company pitches a few products at their site, “Think of combining 19 of the world’s most healthy fruits into one puréed blend to maximize the life-giving qualities of the best natural food from around the world.

AcaiBerry

TaxSystems.com sold for $8,000 at Sedo, and the domain is an upgrade from TaxComputerSystems.com. Based in the UK, “Tax Computer Systems was formed in 1991 and has built up an excellent reputation as a trusted supplier of corporation tax technology solutions and services.” “Today Tax Computer Systems serves the needs of over 900 large corporations in the UK and Ireland, as well as accounting firms including 23 of the top 25 UK practices.”

TaxSystems

VisitAlkmaar.com sold for $4,608 at InformationStart.com, and it’s a tourism site for the town of Alkmaar. “Alkmaar a beautiful town in the heart of Holland, near Amsterdam and the beaches. We have the oldest world famous cheese market!”

VisitAlkmaar

BrandSociety.com sold for $3,108 at Sedo, and the domain was an upgrade from BrandSociety.com.au. Based on the domain name, there are no surprises on what industry the company is in, “We design excellence for brands. Our purpose is to design brands that people care about, engage with, share & enjoy. Brands that influence how people feel & that have a presence in society.

Brandsociety

GolfGate.com sold for $2,999 at Sedo, and a Florida-based company was formed this year. “The Company started operations in June 2017. GOLFGATE operates with intentions of further expanding into golf tourism, hospitality, real estate, media, apparel, gear, and other golf asset management.”

Golfgate

 

evollove.com sold for $2,000 at Sedo, and it’s the home of a wedding planning company based in Hong Kong. Evollove

Brandsociety

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Recent Domain Sales That Have Been Developed (pics): Stylists.com, Zimad.com, Zootility.com, 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.

Stylists.com sold for $10,000 at NameJet, and the domain currently redirects to LCStyling.com. The “LC” is the owner’s name: Lorena Corredor, and she describes herself as a “fashion curator and brand consultant“.

Stylists

AutoDiscount.com sold for $5,800 at NameJet, and the domain was an upgrade from AutoDiscount.fr. Per Google Translate, buy your new car up to 40% cheaper among 36 brands and more than 9000 models.

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Zimad.com sold for $4,100 at Sedo, and the domain was an upgrade from ZimadGames.com. “ZiMAD is an international company, developer and publisher of games for all major mobile platforms, social networks and desktop. The company’s portfolio includes casual games as well as more complex game projects, focused on a different target audience.”

Zimad

RenewiPLC.com sold for $3,000 at Sedo, and the same company has a different site live a Renewi.com…….which I assume they’ll eventually get merged? They’re a publicly traded company with a market cap near $850 million. “Renewi, created in 2017 by the merger of Shanks Group plc and Van Gansewinkel Groep B.V., is a leading waste-to-product business ideally positioned to be part of the solution to some of the main environmental problems facing society today: reducing waste, avoiding pollution, and preventing the unnecessary use of finite natural resources.”

Renewiplc

HeathrowExpansion.com sold for $2,600 at Sedo, and the owner is Heathrow Airport Limited…..it’s interesting to see them have a separate site specifically discussing their expansion plans. “Heathrow expansion will create up to 180,000 jobs and up to £211bn in economic benefits across the UK by 2050, Airports Commission analysis found.”

Heathrowexpansion

Zootility.com sold for $2,000 at Sedo, and the domain was an upgrade from ZootilityTools.com. “At Zootility Tools, we pride ourselves on building functional, whimsical products for everyday use. Everything from design to manufacturing to distribution is done at our custom shop in Portland, Maine.”

Zootility

Zimad

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Recent Domain Sales That Have Been Developed (pics): FlyPaper.com, GetRetired.com, Massk.com, 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.

FlyPaper.com sold for $6,101 at NameJet, and the domain was an upgrade from FlyPaperTech.com for the company based in Michigan. “Have you ever felt like construction software could be better? So did we, and that’s exactly what FlyPaper Technologies is here to fix.”

Flypaper

Reiko.com sold for $5,601 at Sedo, and the domain was an upgrade from ReikoWireless.com. Based in New York, “Since 2001, Reiko Wireless Inc. is a leading factory-direct seller to becoming one of the biggest wholesalers for cell phone accessory and gadget.”

Reiko

ConceptCo.com sold for $5,000 at Sedo, and it’s the home of a London-based company which is “a consultancy firm that specializes in providing business advisory services to selected real estate projects and commercial developments across Europe and Asia.

ConceptCo

EdenHealth.com sold for $2,600 at NameJet, and a new healthcare company based in New York is live. “We’re bringing healthcare back to its roots: the relationship between the patient and the doctor.” “We’re flipping the model on its head to provide better care while, at the same time, decreasing costs to employers and the health system at large.”

Edenhealth

GetRetired.com sold for $2,249 at Sedo, and the owner is Financial Independents, Inc., “a comprehensive financial services firm committed to helping you prepare for your long-term financial future.” The Michigan-based company has what appears to be identical sites live at FinancialIndependents.com and RetirementLady.com, and maybe more. (Did they mean to use the word ‘independence’ in their company name instead?)

Getretired

Massk.com sold for $2,200 at Sedo, and a Boulder, Colorado based company that focuses on your butt is live. “Massk® International is a top-of-the-line cosmetics company specializing in products that make the butt look more beautiful.”

Massk

Massk

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Recent Domain Sales That Have Been Developed (pics): GadgetsPage.com, Dont4get.com, 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.

PledgeofAllegiance.com sold for $9,550 at Flippa, and the domain was picked up by Jeffrey Reynolds, who is behind the related AmericanFlags.com. An informational site is live, and I don’t see any links directing visiting to the American flags site.

PledgeofAllegiance

WPTiger.com sold for $2,475 at NameJet, and the site is promoting a selection of WordPress themes…some free, and some with an affiliate link.

Wptiger

VictorHome.com sold for $2,473 at Sedo, and it’s an additional domain for the folks behind VictorGroup-USA.com, which is where their acquisition is redirected. “VICTORGROUP offers a wide range of products based on a variety of materials, from aluminum to polymer and pulp. In various goods categories we manufacture and sell more than 1,200 articles worldwide. “

Victorhome

Dont4get.com sold for $2,450 at Sedo. The domain that miserably fails the radio test is promoting a reminder app. “Now you can remind those 4 getful minds by using a simple method. Download, log in, add friends, take a photo, write a comment, set a reminder and send away.

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GadgetsPage.com sold for $2,100 at NameJet, and a gadget review site is live. “Martin here. An audio engineer and ghost producer. Started GadgetsPage to share my knowledge and provide unbiased reviews of the best gadgets and gears.”

Gadgetspage

StarCapitalCorp.com sold for $2,000 at Sedo, and the company behind the domain is confusingly Starlight Capital Group, which is a team of data scientists, trading analysts and signal processing experts who are actively involved in the designing of proprietary algorithms for arbitrage trading.

Starcapitalcorp

Dont4get

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Recent Domain Sales That Have Been Developed (pics): Labify.com, Yukko.com, BCTS.com, 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.

SlotsStars.com sold for $4,520 at Sedo, and the ten character domain with four S’s is working on a lead gen site. “We are here to offer you the best and most exclusive online casino bonus deals.”

Slotsstars

Abenteuer.com sold for $3,955 at Sedo, and the domain appears to translate from German as ‘adventure’. A sex adventure in this case, per Google Translate, Find a sex meeting in your surroundings“.

Abenteuer

Yukko.com sold for $3,000 at Sedo, and a Turkish language eCommerce site is live. “yukko.com ! A new breath in the e-commerce sector in Turkey …

Yukko

Labify.com sold for $2,900 at NameJet, and the company based in Cyprus describes itself as, “a group of talented people, creating awesome websites and apps, focused on creating handcrafted solutions to be used all over the world.”

Labify

GoldenGates.com sold for $2,500 at Sedo, and the domain was an upgrade from the .de. “GOLDEN GATES, a family company, helps value-conscious investors throughout Europe build up crisis-proof holdings of precious metals.

Goldengates

BCTS.com sold for $2,500 at Flippa, and their site is still under development….on the one hand they say they’re a cybersecurity firm, and then on the other they say they’re a “multi-disciplinary laboratory committed to focussed and efficient drug discovery“. Per their logo, BCTS is an abbreviation for Ballast Cybersecurity & Technical Services. The owner is under privacy protection.

Bcts

Labify

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Recent Domain Sales That Have Been Developed (pics): StaffUp.com, Zapic.com, 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.

CodeRoute.com sold for $4,500 at NameJet, and the French language site offers “Free online code test series“, which is a test I’m not familiar with. Per Google Translate, CodeRoute.com offers a complete revision program. On the site you will find more than 1500 courses and tests written by experienced, qualified and graduate teachers of the BEPECASER, the National Certificate for the Exercise of the Teaching Profession of Driving and Road Safety. will make it easier to obtain your driver’s license, regardless of category: License B, Permit E, Motorcycle license, BSR, ASSR.

Coderoute

BriteSky.com sold for $4,195 at Flippa, and the owner of the developed BriteSky.ca picked up their .com. Based in Ottawa, “We are a Tier 3 Cloud and Managed Solution provider. We offer Scalable and Customizable Cloud Solutions.”

Britesky

Zapic.com sold for $2,500 at Sedo, and the new company based in San Diego pitches themselves as, “a Social Mobile Gaming Platform providing easily integrated backend services to help developers navigate the growing challenge of the mobile gaming market by building and promoting their games efficiently.”

Zapic

Brightswitch.com sold for $2,500 at Sedo, and the domain was an upgrade from GetBrightswitch.com. Based in Bend, Oregon, “Brightswitch replaces the light switches in your home with smart, wireless touch-screen displays which find and connect to each other, providing intercom and security zone functions, as well as supporting whole house Android applications such as Sonos® music.”

Brightswitch

StaffUp.com sold for $2,409 at NameJet, and an outsourcing site is under development. We are experts at building out scalable outsourced business operations worldwide, available 24/7.

Staffup

MysteryShoppingServices.com sold for $2,000 at Sedo, and the buyer picked up the plural and have it redirected to their developed MysteryShoppingService.com. The company behind both domains is Service Analytics, based in Mesa, Arizona. “Service Analytics provides a full spectrum of mystery shopping services designed to drive higher sales and increase customer satisfaction.”

Mysteryshoppingservices

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Denver.com Redevelopment

When driving back to Denver recently from the mountains, my eyes were drawn to a prominent billboard with a great domain: Denver.com.

denver.com billboard

I went back and refreshed my memory on the domain……it was purchased in 2012 in the 7-figures by Peter Niederman, a Denver-based businessman and CEO of real estate firm Kentwood Real Estate.

Mr. Niederman said at the time, “I own more than 600 domains. I’ve been investing in them for more than 12 years now. Some are cheap, some are expensive. This one is my most expensive. But in my opinion, it’s priceless.”

He told Elliot Silver a few years later that the domain had already “paid off”, and he owned additional domains such as DenverRealEstate.com, DenverHomes.com, Boulder.com and FortCollins.com.

Having visited Denver.com previously, I didn’t recognize the look & feel of the billboard and the current site, and below are two screenshots: first from this week, and second from two months ago (July 7), thanks to Archive.org.

September 2017 Screenshot

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July 2017 Screenshot

denver.com former

The press release from the August 2012 domain acquisition mentioned a multi-year agreement under which the seller, Boulevards New Media Inc., would operate Denver.com, and given the recent site redevelopment, I reached out to Mr. Niederman to see if there was a shift. He said, “Yes, you are correct, Steve Morris, CEO of New Media (Denver) has taken over the Denver.com platform from Boulevards New Media.”

With the owner’s real estate business, I also inquired about the lack of real estate listings on the current site. He confirmed the site is still being refined, saying, “We are working on the real estate feed as we speak. New Media has done a wonderful job at the initial launch, a lot of great features to come in the near future.” He also estimated there are “30+ bloggers creating dynamic content”.

New Media is based in Denver and describes themselves as “Older than Google but younger than Amazon—we turned 21 in 2017!—we provide high-end custom web services. We are the most established provider of Drupal and WordPress web development services in Colorado and will act as a highly technical and expert extension of your own team, which we promise to make stronger.”

It will be interesting to track the progress of the site over time, and we of course wish the best to Mr. Niederman and his team.

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Recent Domain Sales That Have Been Developed (pics): Bankera.com, FunFoods.com, 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.

Mantino.com sold for $4,407 at Sedo; the buyer was photographer Marcus Mantino, and he’s using the site as a way to showcase his works, some of which are a little racy. “Marcus Mantino of Maltese and British origin is a photographer specializing in a mix of artistic, fashion, nude and stylish glamour, working from his own professionally equipped 1500 SF studio

Mantino

Eratio.com sold for $3,500 at Sedo, and the buyer upgraded from Eratio.no, for the bookkeeping company based in Norway. “Bookkeeping made simple! Know your financial status every day.”

Eratio

EyeNet.com sold for $3,500 at Sedo, and the buyer upgraded from EyeNet.com.mx; they’re an information technology company based in Mexico City.

Eyenet

AppExperience.com sold for $3,390 at Sedo, and buyer is upgrading from a subdomain — AppExperience.Sigos.com. “App Experience” is one of several products and services the company pitches, which they describe as, “Real-device mobile testing and monitoring solutions with powerful automation features that integrate seamlessly with agile development tools, and offer flexible deployment options”.

Appexperience

Bankera.com sold for $3,164 at Sedo, and they are “building a digital bank to last for the blockchain era.” The company is based in Lithuania.

Bankera

 

FunFoods.com sold for $2,800 at NameJet, and the company that resides at Oetker.in finally bought the domain name associated with the ‘Fun Foods’ company they acquired in 2008. “Dr. Oetker in India functions as the parent brand and aims to have various sub-brands under its umbrella. The first and current sub-brand is Funfoods. Funfoods is a leader in offering western cuisine in India and thus a perfect match. The product range includes mayonnaises, sauces, spreads, salad dressings, cakes, dessert toppings amongst others.”

Funfoods

Bankera

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Recent Domain Sales That Have Been Developed (pics): BrandConsultants.com, HearYourWay.com, 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.

HearYourWay.com sold for $10,000 at Sedo. It’s an additional name for the folks behind the not-so-radio-friendly Cochlear.com, and similar sites are live at both locations. The Australian company, “is the leading global expert in implantable hearing solutions. For more than 30 years Cochlear has helped over 450,000 people connect to the world of sound.”

HearYourWay

BSTN.com sold for $8,376 at Sedo, and the domain was an upgrade from BSTNstore.com. The Germany-based company has 25,000 likes on its Facebook page, and “is specialized in very selected “hard to find” streetwear fashion from labels such as Nike, Adidas, Jordan, Stone Island, Patta, Norse Projects and many more. Whether your looking for tees, pants, hoodies, sweatshirts, backpacks or sneakers, BSTN store offers a wide product range and is the right choice for your individual streetwear style.”

BSTN

Metronomy.com sold for $4,460 at Sedo, and a new company is in the works: “Metronomy will be an Australian Energy Market Operator registered Metering Co-ordinator to provide solutions across Australia’s National Electricity Market as part of the “Power of Choice” industry regulation changes”.

Metronomy

LionheartEducation.com sold for $3,686 at Sedo, and the domain was an upgrade from Lionheart-Education.com, a UK-based education company. “For twenty five years, Lionheart has provided a bespoke and confidential educational consultancy and tutoring service for families throughout the world. Furthermore, we are uniquely able to provide full time individual tuition at our London school, LSL. “

Lionhearteducation

BrandConsultants.com sold for $3,300 at NameJet, and the owner is Joshua Reason, who recently discussed his domain flip of eSoft.com on Domain Sherpa. “At Brand Consultants we specialize in your company’s online identity. In today’s world, a company’s online presence is a huge part of the entire business brand. By 2020, global internet traffic will be 92 times greater than what it was in 2005. We’re here to help you establish your business in today’s ever changing world.”

Brandconsultants

Hylea.com sold for $3,000 at Sedo, and the domain is an upgrade from Hylea1884.com, for the company based in Bolivia. “We at Hylea are committed to a wide-reaching vision: the economic development of the Fortaleza region on an ecologically sustainable basis. Our aim is to improve the living conditions of the local population – to promote wealth and education and to ensure healthy, satisfied and self-determined lives.”

Hylea

HearYourWay

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Recent Domain Sales That Have Been Developed (pics): Baze.com, UJW.com, SitePad.com, 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.

Snowflake.co.uk sold for $15,500 at Sedo, and it was an additional domain for the California-based company that resides on Snowflake.net. “Snowflake is the only data warehouse built for the cloud, and now your cloud data warehouse = your cloud”.

Snowflake

Oberlo.ca sold for $15,000 at Flippa, and the owner is Baremetal.Com Inc. They have a similar site live on the .com, but they don’t appear to own that domain. “Oberlo allows you to easily import dropshipped products directly into your ecommerce store and ship them directly to your customers – in only a few clicks.”

Oberlo

UJW.com sold for $14,300 at NameJet, and a Chinese language site is live as shown below. I can’t tell for certain if it’s just a placeholder or a ‘real’ site, but it sure appears real. Per Google Translate, an education-related site is live, Eugenics for novice parents to provide the best quality of education information, early childhood education, family education and other information and knowledge, but also for kindergarten teachers and other early childhood education practitioners to provide teaching cases!

UJW

Baze.com sold for $14,000 at Sedo, and a vitamin related site is getting ready to launch. “Only Baze measures your actual vitamin levels and provides you with the highest-quality vitamins tailored to your body’s needs. With personalized daily vitamins, Baze brings your body into its optimum state.”

baze

SitePad.com sold for $13,000 at Sedo, and a website builder is live, from the folks behind Softaculous.com. “Our Mission is, “To help users choose the best web softwares through ratings, reviews and user experiences given by users around the world and installing web softwares with great ease.””

SitePad

Miragen.com sold for $4,000 at Sedo, and the domain is an upgrade from MiragenRX.com. The Boulder, Colorado-based company describes itself as, “a clinical stage biopharmaceutical company developing innovative microRNA-targeting therapies to improve human health.

Miragen

baze

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