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June 28th, 2006, 11:09 PM #1Deleted.com - auction ends in few hours for this prime one word dot.com
From an initial bid of US $25,000 at eBay, bidding for deleted.com has risen to $42,100.00.
Bike.com sold last month for $500,000 and WirelessPhone.com for $355,000. Even a fairly average CreditCare.com just sold on Tuesday, 27 June for $125,000. Deleted.com is a superior domain name to to the latter.
There are 216,000,000 results on Google for “deleted” and the domain name could have a number of uses, including deleted stress, deleted debt, deleted pain, deleted data or deleted domains.
The domain name receives over 400 type-in visitors a day and has a Google Page Rank of 4. The price includes a developed website.
We have just uploaded some screenshots to show a few things. First off, http://www.deleted.com/ebay/oneweekstats.jpg . Here you can see the consistancy of users. Sedo's Tracker is installed which also monitors the traffic. Visit here: http://www.deleted.com/ebay/toptensedo.jpg (only put it up two days ago); in this shot you can also see that Deleted.com is in the top 10 current domains on Sedo ranked for traffic.
However, its content and existing traffic are insignificant compared to its value as a one word dot com domain name. Sedo - the largest domain transaction and resell company in the world - has selected deleted.com to be in their Top Domains List. Only around 300 domains are chosen for this category from over 4 million domains listed!
As businesses move online, deleted.com will only increase in value. The eBay auction represents a unique opportunity to own the Beverly Hills of cyberspace.
The eBay auction can be found here.
June 29th, 2006, 01:05 AM #2
Great domain, thanks for bringing this to us Nadeem.
Goes to show that, yes, ebay is still a way to sell doms now, but beware, there was that boof who bought that ringtone site the other day for $10K LOL.Continued Success,
The secret of success is constancy of purpose ~ Disraeli
June 29th, 2006, 09:12 AM #3
Thank you for the positive remarks. Great to see that ABW is still a congenial forum and not full of bitter and twisted remarks like certain other webmaster forums
The thing that worries me about Ebay is people putting in bids and then not going ahead with the sale.
We were a bit concerned about our current highest bidder, as he has no history at ebay, but contacted him and seems he is legit.
July 24th, 2006, 02:46 AM #4
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- January 18th, 2005
What happened to this domain?
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