67Q.com sells for $3,411 on Sedo

I found the recent sale of 67Q.com very interesting, because it proves the shortage of 3-letter domain names is now resulting in significant sales prices for character/number domain combinations in the 3-letter LLL dot com category.  Honestly, I feel domains in this category are worth even more, and was surprised that this domain name didn’t go even higher.  Whoever purchased it picked up a good domain name at a great value.

That said, I should note that my interest in this domain name is also personal and that my feelings can be classified as bias, as I happen to own a very similar domain name, 65Q.com.  Not a month goes by that I don’t receive one or more unsolicited offers for 65Q.com.

What I do know is that I would not part with 65Q.com for $3,411.  The sale of 67Q.com for this amount is yet another example of what can go wrong if you set your reserve price too low on a short-period domain name auction.

My 99 Cent Ebay Domain Name Auctions

Ebay is not the greatest place to sell domain names. We all know that. The short auction times don’t result in getting attraction to the best buyer for your domain name. I’ve made some great acquisitions over the years that I’ve held on to for far too long. Whether one sells on Ebay, Sedo, at Snap Domains or any one of a number of venues, the most important thing is to build a reputation and following.

My Ebay feedback rating (as of today) is 100% of 425 transactions. I push all domain names free to your Godaddy account within 6 hours of receiving your mone 95% of the time, within 24 hours 100% of the time. I sell all domain names using Paypal as my method of payment. Each of the five domain names I’m featuring today have a starting bid of only 99 cents, with no reserve price setting. Thus, they will all sell to the highest bidder, regardless the final bid price.

With those simple terms in mind, check out the domain names I’m currently auctioning on eBay.   You can either go to Ebay and search for the domain name (shown below), or do an “Advanced Search” and search “By Seller.”  My Ebay seller ID is bizgenie.


What Domain Names Am I Selling On Ebay Today?


I’ve owned each of these domain names for some time, in some cases several years. The most valuable of the four is IY8.com — a 3-letter dot com domain name that has been appaised at over $12,000. This domain name has been indexed in Google for some time.

I’m also auctioning a couple of 4-Letter LLLL domain names. One is the 4-letter dot com domain name, MJMR.com. This domain name could be used as a tribute site to Michael Jackson or Michael Jordan, a business name, etc. It has outstanding branding possibilities.

My second 4-letter LLLL domain name is AUCN.org. What a great domain name for anyone in the internet auctions business. The four letters actually are pronounced as “auction.” If you’re an Ebay Powerseller, this is the domain name for you.

Another “auctions” related domain name I’m selling on Ebay is AuctionsPro.com. This too, is another super domain name for any eBay Powerseller to run his business under.

The final domain name I would like to highlight today is WorkatHomeCircle.com — an outstanding domain name for any work at home entrepreneur or anyone wanting to create a blog for the work from home genre.

If you’re interested in bidding on any of these domain names, go to Ebay now and search either for the domain name or do an advanced search “by seller” based on my Ebay ID of bizgenie.

ClickFree.com Sells for $20,000

ClickFree.com, a very brandable Internet domain name, sold for $20,000 on Sedo.com.  And much to everyone’s surprise, the 3-letter dot com domain name, Rid.com, sold on Sedo for only $16,000. Other surprises included Hunted.com which sold for only $2,050. 

While Hunted.com caught everyone by surprise on the low side, ebuddy.mobi went for $5,000.  Go figure?  Think that’s crazy, how about 3min.com selling for 4,500 Euros.  They one really has me buffaloed.  Can’t wait to see how they plan to use the domain name. 

What’s next on the horizon?  Well, you can look forward to seeing what Transfers.com goes for on Sedo.  Currently its at $16,000 (1 bid only) and has 1 day and 10 hours left on a 7-day auction. 

On the 3-letter front, KQP.com is currently at $4,600 with 7 bids and only 10 hours left to before closing.  SVI.com is standing at $2,050 with 2 bids and 3 days, 16 hours to go.  The most popular auction on Sedo.com is iMissed.com with 15 bidders.  However, top bid is sitting at $510 dollars.  Bidding on iMissed.com closes in 25 hours. 

RVRental.com Sold for $325,000

Can you believe this domain name value. Just when every newspaper you pick up reminds us we’re in a recession, along comes a domain name sale like this one to remind us that America is truly the land of golden opportunities, big money and entrepreneural spirit. For, despite a sharp slowdown in RV sales as a result of the recession and job layoffs, the owner of this domain chose to sell and landed a great price in what turned out to be a private sale.

Two other great domain names that went for big bucks were the 2-letter wonders of YB.com and BJ.com. YB.com sold on Sedo for $125,000, while BJ.com went in Moniker’s live auction for $200,000. Who says no BJ is worth six-figures. (Sorry, but I couldn’t help myself).

Nothing big has been announced other than these 3 over the past week. Still leading the pack for 2008 is the sale of Fund.com which went for $9,999,950 in a private sale back in March. This price is much higher than the 1999 sale of Business.com for $7.5 million, which later turned out to be a $2 million dollar sale after the value of the illiquid Internet incubator and buyer of the domain, eCompanies, was recalculated in 2004.

Sedo Scores Big on GGG.com and JazzMusic.com

Domain name sales rocked this week, at least over at the online domain name auction site Sedo.com.  The story lies in the sale of two domain names for great prices.  GGG.com, a super 3-letter domain name and dot com, sold for $85,000. 

The second domain name that went for a high price was JazzMusic.com, which sold for $35,500 on Sedo.com.  I checked my own inventory of music related domain names and don’t have anything that will compete close to the JazzMusic.com domain name, but nonetheless still have some valuable domain names.

Take for example, CampusMusicStore.com — which would make a great domain name for any music store located near a college or university campus.  I also own RappingOnline.com, RapMob.com and RapJaw.com.  If you have an interest in any of the domain names send me an email.