Originally posted by sandra Domain: eMule.net
Overture w ext: 343
Overture w/o ext: 131,654
Google results with ext ("eMule.net"): 41,000
Traffic stats (date / uniques):
27 Nov 2003 / 1,236
28 Nov 2003 / 1,377
29 Nov 2003 / 1,403
Direct address/Bookmarks: 99.4 percent (this means the traffic is basically all type-in)
You can PM if you like, but I won't waste time responding to unreasonable offers. Sorry.
The traffic is P2P (music, movie, download) oriented, which is definitely profitable for a lot of people?
We don't have a price in mind.
What is eMule?
"eMule is a new filesharing client which is based on the eDonkey2000 network, but offers more features than the standard eDonkey client, because it's opensource but under the restrictions of the GPL License." http://emule-project.net/
I am interested in it but wondering how these emule domains are suddenly available as it was not too long ago emule.org was marketed here by another seller, also said to get more than 1,000/day? How does the net and org get such amazing type-in traffic? Please explain. Also, do you have stats for longer than 3 days?
Originally posted by sandra No, sorry... we changed the IP a few days ago to point to a different server and the stats on the old server cannot be accessed anymore (I just tried - Page Not Found). It Definitely never received less than 1,000 uniques in one day.
If one expects such a big sale price, domain stats much longer then 3 days are mandated, IMO. Paying $8,000 or more based on 3 days stats is difficult to do. Please PM me once you get 30-60 days of stats. Thanks,
P.S. Oddly, I have never even heard of eMule before until I saw the emule.org and net threads.
Being the former owner of emule.org i can backup the traffic sandra mentioned.
Emule.net is definitly a high traffic domain, while emule.org received an average of 1000 uniques (yes most of them type-ins)per day, emule.net will get even more.
Congrats to this great name sandra , you will easily make a good deal here.
Btw. i tried to buy this name at BD too, was a few hours too late