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 — 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, 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 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 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 — 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.

Will Bad Economic Times Take a Toll on Domain Name Values?

I’ve been watching daily domain names sales on several major auctions very closely since the 777 point drop of the Dow Jones Average in early October. My personal observation is that domain name sales in the $5,000 to $25,000 range seems to have slowed considerably, but its more of a gut feeling rather than one concluded after a lot of research.

Earlier, I was pondering writing this article about the negative impact of the economy on domain names sales and values. But this is not the case quite yet. Why? Because the results of several big special auctions closing just before or around the same time the stock market started plummeting reflect the fact that big investors are still willing to cough up big bucks for domain names that hold great potential. Take for example the recent sale of our domain names in the six-figure area. recently sold on Sedo for $125,000. sold on Moniker for $110,000. sold on for $100,000 and sold on for $100,000.

Most of the sales I will talk about in this article were made at last month’s Live Auction at the T.R.A.F.F.I.C. conference in New York. Although they were booked this week, one can’t hardly label them as “sales after the economic collapse.” Thus, the court may still be out on what the eventual outcome will be regarding the economy’s toll on domain name sales.

Currently, the highest bid existing on for a domain name is $12,000 for Pet.Asia and 7,000 British Pounds for Two domain names I’m keeping an eye on at the auction is which has 9 bids and currently stands at $3,690 and which has 27 bids and is up to $3,100. Both will go for much higher values, thus its important to watch those 2 closely to see where they cap out at to get a grasp of the economic toll on domain name sales.

A look at domain names sold this week at finds the highest domain name sales price was only $4,999 for Other domain name sales worth noting at recent auctions include the sale of for $60,000 at Moniker’s Live Auction and for the T.R.A.F.F.I.C. event for $85,000. Worthy of mention also is the sale fo on Snap Names for $70,590 and for $75,000 on DN Strategy.

On a personal note I continue to find great deals in the expired domain name market. Examples of today’s purchases include:,,,, and