Dave Evanson Reports 6 Figure Sale of VitaminC.com
Just sold VitaminC(.)com for $104,000!! Congrats to buyer and seller!!
— dave evanson (@SedoDaveEvanson) May 16, 2014
Sedo broker Dave Evanson reported the sale of the VitaminC.com domain name at a price of $104,000 via his Twitter account. The Whois registration information is currently private, so I am not sure if the domain name has already been transferred to the buyer. I spoke with Dave on the phone a moment ago, and he was unable to provide information about the buyer or seller.
VitaminC.com had been listed at Sedo with a $200,000 asking price. Personally, I think $104k is a solid sale price for this particular domain name. There are a ton of companies who sell Vitamin C products like Emergen-C packets, tablets, and other products that contain Vitamin C in them.
I was unable to find any previous sales reports for the VitaminC.com domain name. I did find a thread on DN Forum where someone listed VitaminC.com with two other domain names for sale for $30,000 as a package back in 2004. I don’t know if the domain name sold back then, but if it sold for close to $30k nearly ten years ago, that is a pretty healthy ROI, not even considering revenue earned in the meantime.
If the Whois changes and the buyer becomes public, I will update this post to share who bought the domain name. There are a number of companies in the health and vitamin supplement business that would benefit from owning this domain name.
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