EYNV.com hits $224.50 with 4 days to go

EYNV.com has moved from 99 cents to $224.50 and 17 bidders on eBay.  There are four days left on the auction, so if you’re interested in bidding on this great 4-letter dot com domain, go to our auction now.  The auction closes on Monday, April 4 at 11 pm.

This domain is very brandable and would make a great domain for a Nevada eye doctor, or any company name with the acronym eynv.com.

For the domainers that may be reading this blog post, most of the 151 page views are coming from Asia, which is no surprise given the number of Chinese investors collecting 4-letter dot com’s.

In the first 6 days of the auction the domain has had 151 page views and, as noted earlier, 17 bidders.

4-Letter Domain EYNV.com Goes on Auction at Ebay

If you’re interested in a great 4-letter domain name, check out our eBay auction for EYNV.com.  After only 4 days on eBay we already have 13 bidders and the price has escalated from 99 cents to $203.50.  This is still far below the value of a 4-letter LLLL dot com domain name.

Our auction provides a great opportunity for you to get a short and easy to remember 4-letter dot com domain name for your business or domain portfolio.  With the letters “NV” in the name it  would be a great domain name for a Nevada business.  For example, a Nevada eye surgeon, eye doctor, optometrist, etc. could have a short and snappy domain name that would be very brandable.

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.

AnimalDoctor.com Sells for $20,750

Wow!  AnimalDoctor.com sold for $20,750 on Sedo yesterday.   Not only is this both an excellent and fair price for the domain, it highlights the fact that my own domain name, DoggyVet.com, is worth far more than the mere $149 I’m asking.  But then again my whole business model is based on “premium domain names at discount prices.”

You can see my write-up on DoggyVet.com and learn how you can buy it now for $149 by clicking here.

An update on yesterday’s post about career theme domain names . . . MyCareer.com has bounced to $10,001 with 6 bids over at Sedo.com, with only 3 hours left on a 7-day auction.  Resumes.com is still sitting at $50,000 with 3 hours left on its auction.  Chances are high that neither one of these domains will touch their reserve price before the close of the auction, but it will be interesting to see what happens.

WorkatHomeJobs.org sold for $1,575, not bad for a .org domain, but then again this is a highly searched phrase and is worth far more to the lucky buyer that landed this domain. 

I own about 175 or so 4-letter domains and plan to begin selling them soon.  If you have an interest, use my feedback form to send an inquiry and I’ll send you a list.

4-Number Domain Goes for Mid $-Figures

The domain name 4010.com sold for $5,000 on Sedo.com. I simply cannot believe how many chances I passed up on registering numerical domain names a few short years ago. Sad to say, but all of these are worth far more than most 4-letter domain dot com’s, of which I have many. I do have a pretty decent 3-letter/number mix dot com in my 65Q.com and feel it will be worth a lot one day. If you’re looking for something like this make me an offer.

In the process of renewing some domains of mine, I came across 4 I like very much because they are easy to remember and could actually be used to create great content driven sites or web portals. They were WiseGenius.com, TeenageGenius.com, WorkingCat.com and SquareDaddy.com. If you have an interest on buying any of these 4 domains, make me a good offer.

The big domain name sale of the week, last week, was Phones.co.uk, which sold in a private sale for 175,000 pounds, or approximately $344,700. That’s some pretty good bucks for a .co.uk domain name and one that really surprised me.

One 4-letter dot com sale that really did surprise me last week was the sell of Ozmo.com for $25,000 on Sedo. Surprising me on the downside was the sell of Toxicology.com which sold for only $26,300 on NameJet.com. I would have thought that single-word domain name would have gone for much higher.