$1,400 today or tomorrow.
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$1,400 today or tomorrow.
Was the buyer the company that Castello had the inside contact with? I wasn't clear about that.
What do you expect, the new gTLDS will reserve the best ones so they can auction them off for 5 or 6 figures, and everyone else will be left fighting for the scraps on 600+ extensions. If you though...
New renewal code for 2014: gd50bbpd5
I looked at the demo page. It does not strike me as a domain sales landing page. It looks like a WP theme and it feels like one too. Nav bar/side bar/main content box/etc... There's a reason why...
One way I contact potential buyers is through finding people/companies that have a site that is in the same niche. I do a lot of whois searching but I hate having to deal with captchas. Is there...
Does DomainMarket do reseller pricing? Anything I have come across on that has been end user and beyond pricing.
As an investment.
PM me your best .com that you would be willing to sell for $3,000. Transaction to be handled by Escrow.com. I will pay escrow fees.
Do not send me a list, just send me the best name you're...
ba.by would probably be worth it. things that are short and have wide appeal.
I think people are interested in what would cause someone to buy a domain from a guy, and sell it back to him a few weeks later. Human curiosity.
June is over but site looks the same.
The only thought that comes to mind is "pwned".
$3200 for all.
This list looks like the lineup for one of the Snapnames auction, not a TRAFFIC auction.
And I'm sure there were a tons of names submitted and these are the best of the best?
Ehhhh, so his name is Stanley then after all.... dick
This is a good (brandable) idea so you'd need someone who buys into it. You would either need someone who sees it that way, or you would need to be able to convincingly sell it to them this way.
My guess is that they are willing to let lessen quality domains get in if they belong to their top tier customers.
I like the domain name. I think if you can find a good Clickbank product that teaches guys how to get dates, if the owner of the product is successful you can sell him on the opportunity to branch...
$100 for 152k uniques? or am i reading the columns wrong?
What is the point of asking for offers and then pricing it more then 5 times the highest offer. It's a waste of time for everyone. If you have a BIN then just state it up front.
let me know where to make payments. thanks.
Yes, this happens quite frequently from what I've seen in auctions (not just on Namejet, but on GoDaddy too). What happens is either the non-payer got emotional in the last minute bidding and bid...
I made a generalization that is true more times then not, it was a Great Domains auction, not a private sale or obscure auction. And yes, if I could buy a $100 bill for $20 I would snap it up every...
This deal is still alive: http://www.tld.org/if-theres-any-late-stragglers-out-there-godaddy-groupon-is-alive-in-10-cities
Anyone have promo codes for hosting so I can combine that with the...
It will drop and one of the ton of drop catching businesses will scoop it up if it is worth anything before you have the chance to.
If you spent $10k on a domain you should already have a very good idea of what you think it is worth.
Everyone here says it is great deal and you'll make a ton, yet, everyone here had the...
Really, you need a prepaid account?
You don't think you'd ever catch anything good with it?
Thanks for the laugh, funniest sales pitch I've seen on here ever.
Exact global searches per month for Mona Lisa: 368,000 for Flying Dutchman: 27,100
Add in the fact that the name recognition for Mona Lisa is global, and (at least for me) if not for Disney's...
What is the best method to use today to get quality backlinks that will carry a lot of weight in Google's eyes?
You don't deserve to know who he is if you can't figure out how to find out who he is. His name is Stanley. I found that out in under 2 minutes based on the information in your thread title.
No, you do not have ability to contact bidder, so if your reserve is $5k and they bid $4.9K then you will not be able to accept or contact or know who it was.
It has a "4" in it which is bad in Chinese culture... and the taxi bit is quite a stretch.
what is traffic breakdown by GEO IP?
Up to $10k if it gets great traffic.
Also, to be clear since I'm getting PMs for domains that I'd guess get ZERO traffic, only interested if it gets DECENT traffic (i.e. 1,000+ visits per month)