I just had a 1000 dollar sale from a parked domain name.

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I just sold H*o*l*y*l*a*n*d*P*a*r*k.com for 1000 dollars. I had paid 3 years of renewals on this name that I got for $1 dollar on auction, so my profit after $57.27 in expenses (including Paypal fees) is $942.73. I think I could have gotten more for this one, but 1000 was a strong opening offer, so I accepted.
 
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I just sold H*o*l*y*l*a*n*d*P*a*r*k .com for 1000 dollars. I had paid 3 years of renewals on this name that I got for $1 dollar on auction, so my profit after $57.27 in expenses (including Paypal fees) is $942.73. I think I could have gotten more for this one, but 1000 was a strong opening offer, so I accepted.
good one, Mr:)
 
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I think it was a good price Joe. Nothing to kick yourself over there. Congratz
 
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I think it was a good price Joe. Nothing to kick yourself over there. Congratz
I do too, its just that the guy seemed so eager to pay anything extra that means he would have paid almost anything, but hey, I am happy with it. 1000 for a 1 dollar drop auction domain, not like that happens daily.
 

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Note, almost all my domains have privacy on the whois, to stop the spammers. But I would not do that if I did not constantly get emails about wanting to redo my websites. With almost 200 domain names, that can get tiring.
 

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Note, almost all my domains have privacy on the whois, to stop the spammers. But I would not do that if I did not constantly get emails about wanting to redo my websites. With almost 200 domain names, that can get tiring.
Understandable! Thanks for the insight.
 
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