success lately

Has anyone had any luck selling domains lately on Ebay. I’ve got a couple
I’d love to sell, but don’t want to pay the listing fees if they arne’t
going to be very successful. Jump2mail.com and jumptraveler.com.

I’m not lookin for big bucks, I’m thinking a low of 15-20 bucks, just to get
my orig reg. costs back

Thanks


Brian Wilmot

http://www.jumpnow.net/
http://www.uglybillboards.com/
http://www.jumptraveler.com/

Re: success lately

Honestly speaking I don’t think you will have much luck selling those 2
names. Most eBay buyers (me included) these days only look for domains
with traffic, because that’s where the money is.

–Franky

Brian Wilmot wrote:
> Has anyone had any luck selling domains lately on Ebay. I’ve got a couple
> I’d love to sell, but don’t want to pay the listing fees if they arne’t
> going to be very successful. Jump2mail.com and jumptraveler.com.
>
> I’m not lookin for big bucks, I’m thinking a low of 15-20 bucks, just to get
> my orig reg. costs back
>
> Thanks
>
> –
> Brian Wilmot
> ----------------------------------------
> http://www.jumpnow.net/
> http://www.uglybillboards.com/
> http://www.jumptraveler.com/
>
>

Re: success lately

so as an eBay buyer ;-), what else can you tell us that you look for. I
think I may have a few domains with traffic that I may want to unload, and
I’d like to catch as many eyes as possible with my auction.

What do you look for in the title? In the description?


Rodney Blackwell - http://www.5r5.net

“I’m the latest craze” - Macy Gray

“Franky Tong” <graphic_designer@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:b0tqod$kpo$1@www.darklock.com
> Honestly speaking I don’t think you will have much luck selling those 2
> names. Most eBay buyers (me included) these days only look for domains
> with traffic, because that’s where the money is.
>
> --Franky
>
>
> Brian Wilmot wrote:
> > Has anyone had any luck selling domains lately on Ebay. I’ve got a
couple
> > I’d love to sell, but don’t want to pay the listing fees if they arne’t
> > going to be very successful. Jump2mail.com and jumptraveler.com.
> >
> > I’m not lookin for big bucks, I’m thinking a low of 15-20 bucks, just to
get
> > my orig reg. costs back
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> > –
> > Brian Wilmot
> > ----------------------------------------
> > http://www.jumpnow.net/
> > http://www.uglybillboards.com/
> > http://www.jumptraveler.com/
> >
> >
>

Re: success lately

The domain name itself in the title is a must. I never click on auctions
that try to hide the domain name.

The Overture search term suggestion tool is the tool that most domainers
use to check for potential type-in traffic. If a domain has potential
type-in traffic, the domain name itself is really all you need in the
title or even the description. If traffic is coming from other means
than type-ins, then you’ll need proof of traffic somewhere in the
description.

But then of course, the above is just what I (and I believe other people
like me) would look for, some other people may have different preferences.

–Franky

Rodney Blackwell wrote:
> so as an eBay buyer ;-), what else can you tell us that you look for. I
> think I may have a few domains with traffic that I may want to unload, and
> I’d like to catch as many eyes as possible with my auction.
>
> What do you look for in the title? In the description?
>
> –
> Rodney Blackwell - http://www.5r5.net
> ---------------------------------------------------
> “I’m the latest craze” - Macy Gray
> ---------------------------------------------------
> “Franky Tong” <graphic_designer@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:b0tqod$kpo$1@www.darklock.com
>
>>Honestly speaking I don’t think you will have much luck selling those 2
>>names. Most eBay buyers (me included) these days only look for domains
>>with traffic, because that’s where the money is.
>>
>>–Franky
>>
>>
>>Brian Wilmot wrote:
>>[color=darkred]
>>>Has anyone had any luck selling domains lately on Ebay. I’ve got a
>
> couple
>
>>>I’d love to sell, but don’t want to pay the listing fees if they arne’t
>>>going to be very successful. Jump2mail.com and jumptraveler.com.
>>>
>>>I’m not lookin for big bucks, I’m thinking a low of 15-20 bucks, just to
>
> get
>
>>>my orig reg. costs back
>>>
>>>Thanks
>>>
>>>–
>>>Brian Wilmot
>>>----------------------------------------
>>>http://www.jumpnow.net/
>>>http://www.uglybillboards.com/
>>>http://www.jumptraveler.com/
>>>
>>>
>>
>
>[/color]

Re: success lately

do you think yourule.com would go for anything? It gets about 40-50 type-in
a day and is often mistaken for youruleschool.com


Rodney Blackwell - http://www.5r5.net

“I’m the latest craze” - Macy Gray

“Franky Tong” <graphic_designer@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:b0uo0f$j4i$1@www.darklock.com
> The domain name itself in the title is a must. I never click on auctions
> that try to hide the domain name.
>
> The Overture search term suggestion tool is the tool that most domainers
> use to check for potential type-in traffic. If a domain has potential
> type-in traffic, the domain name itself is really all you need in the
> title or even the description. If traffic is coming from other means
> than type-ins, then you’ll need proof of traffic somewhere in the
> description.
>
> But then of course, the above is just what I (and I believe other people
> like me) would look for, some other people may have different preferences.
>
> --Franky
>
>
> Rodney Blackwell wrote:
> > so as an eBay buyer ;-), what else can you tell us that you look for. I
> > think I may have a few domains with traffic that I may want to unload,
and
> > I’d like to catch as many eyes as possible with my auction.
> >
> > What do you look for in the title? In the description?
> >
> > –
> > Rodney Blackwell - http://www.5r5.net
> > ---------------------------------------------------
> > “I’m the latest craze” - Macy Gray
> > ---------------------------------------------------
> > “Franky Tong” <graphic_designer@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> > news:b0tqod$kpo$1@www.darklock.com
> >[color=darkred]
> >>Honestly speaking I don’t think you will have much luck selling those 2
> >>names. Most eBay buyers (me included) these days only look for domains
> >>with traffic, because that’s where the money is.
> >>
> >>–Franky
> >>
> >>
> >>Brian Wilmot wrote:
> >>
> >>>Has anyone had any luck selling domains lately on Ebay. I’ve got a
> >
> > couple
> >
> >>>I’d love to sell, but don’t want to pay the listing fees if they arne’t
> >>>going to be very successful. Jump2mail.com and jumptraveler.com.
> >>>
> >>>I’m not lookin for big bucks, I’m thinking a low of 15-20 bucks, just[/color]
to
> >
> > get
> >[color=darkred]
> >>>my orig reg. costs back
> >>>
> >>>Thanks
> >>>
> >>>–
> >>>Brian Wilmot
> >>>----------------------------------------
> >>>http://www.jumpnow.net/
> >>>http://www.uglybillboards.com/
> >>>http://www.jumptraveler.com/
> >>>
> >>>
> >>
> >
> >
>[/color]

Re: success lately

How much do you want to sell it for? I might be interested myself :slight_smile:
E-mail me franky at domainhere dot com.

–Franky

Rodney Blackwell wrote:
> do you think yourule.com would go for anything? It gets about 40-50 type-in
> a day and is often mistaken for youruleschool.com
>
> –
> Rodney Blackwell - http://www.5r5.net
> ---------------------------------------------------
> “I’m the latest craze” - Macy Gray
> ---------------------------------------------------
> “Franky Tong” <graphic_designer@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:b0uo0f$j4i$1@www.darklock.com
>
>>The domain name itself in the title is a must. I never click on auctions
>>that try to hide the domain name.
>>
>>The Overture search term suggestion tool is the tool that most domainers
>>use to check for potential type-in traffic. If a domain has potential
>>type-in traffic, the domain name itself is really all you need in the
>>title or even the description. If traffic is coming from other means
>>than type-ins, then you’ll need proof of traffic somewhere in the
>>description.
>>
>>But then of course, the above is just what I (and I believe other people
>>like me) would look for, some other people may have different preferences.
>>
>>–Franky
>>
>>
>>Rodney Blackwell wrote:
>>[color=darkred]
>>>so as an eBay buyer ;-), what else can you tell us that you look for. I
>>>think I may have a few domains with traffic that I may want to unload,
>
> and
>
>>>I’d like to catch as many eyes as possible with my auction.
>>>
>>>What do you look for in the title? In the description?
>>>
>>>–
>>>Rodney Blackwell - http://www.5r5.net
>>>---------------------------------------------------
>>>“I’m the latest craze” - Macy Gray
>>>---------------------------------------------------
>>>“Franky Tong” <graphic_designer@yahoo.com> wrote in message
>>>news:b0tqod$kpo$1@www.darklock.com
>>>
>>>
>>>>Honestly speaking I don’t think you will have much luck selling those 2
>>>>names. Most eBay buyers (me included) these days only look for domains
>>>>with traffic, because that’s where the money is.
>>>>
>>>>–Franky
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>Brian Wilmot wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>Has anyone had any luck selling domains lately on Ebay. I’ve got a
>>>
>>>couple
>>>
>>>
>>>>>I’d love to sell, but don’t want to pay the listing fees if they arne’t
>>>>>going to be very successful. Jump2mail.com and jumptraveler.com.
>>>>>
>>>>>I’m not lookin for big bucks, I’m thinking a low of 15-20 bucks, just
>
> to
>
>>>get
>>>
>>>
>>>>>my orig reg. costs back
>>>>>
>>>>>Thanks
>>>>>
>>>>>–
>>>>>Brian Wilmot
>>>>>----------------------------------------
>>>>>http://www.jumpnow.net/
>>>>>http://www.uglybillboards.com/
>>>>>http://www.jumptraveler.com/
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>
>[/color]

Re: success lately

Occasionally I think that I should just sell safesearch.com as I never seem
to get around to my plans for it, but when I see what people offer for it, I
think that I could easily get that much by making an affiliate page for it
(then I don’t even do that much).

Re: success lately

“Winston” <wd@winston.org> wrote in message
news:b12b08$6pi$1@www.t-shirtcountdown.com
> Occasionally I think that I should just sell safesearch.com as I never
seem
> to get around to my plans for it, but when I see what people offer for it,
I
> think that I could easily get that much by making an affiliate page for it
> (then I don’t even do that much).

Exactly! That happens to me with yourule.com.

If I don’t sell it, I’d like to set it up as a shopping portal like
simplest-shop.com . If I could only mimic that amazon services setup.


Rodney