Your question was: How to edit godaddy webpages??.
Hopefully these companies will warehouse all the remaining LLL.com on aftermarket then L-L-L.com will really fly!..
They have highly overpaid them, why don't they come to the forums to buy them for half as much or less?..
If this thing happens then who would be called as an enduser...
Well, cpc.com sold for $201,750 according to the OP. So I think the final sale was more than $600k.
I think I would rather have the cash too! Great names though..
I guess the only place they can go is up, eh?..
Wow ... I just posted in the #1 News forum on the nature of these sales, and did not know that ONE buyer purchased all of these, IMHO.
Any additional details as the $40,000 exact price /each, and why at this time? Was it one seller, as well?.
Great question Jeff I'd like to know the answer as well.
It would make much more sense if this was a 1 buyer - 1 seller bulk purchase which averaged out to $40,000 exact than paying exactly $40,000 for 15 different domains..
Buy Domains owned nearly, if not All of the LLL.com's that sold for $40K each! Afternic/BuyDomains markets to businesses, HostGator forums... not so much...
Yes, I also think high overpaid. Mostly is between $10K - $15k.
3 Char May 2008 Sales Report:.
The Official 3 Characters sales report thread. http://www.namepros.com/short-domain...rt-thread.html..
248 is the area code for Detroit Michigan. Curious who got that name and it has many options.
Go red wings! Lol!.
What does it implicate for the long term of the LLL?..
Something with this story seems fishy to me. $40K/pop for some pretty average at best LLL.com?.
BuyDomains in the past has also listed some highly questionable sales. There was a thread a couple months ago with a very average LLLL.com that was listed as SOLD by BuyDomains.com for $5K. Then months later it was owned by BuyDomains.com and for sale again for $5K. There were other similar things at BuyDomains just like that.
My sentiment exactly, you just beat me to posting it. Not sure if this was truly an arms-length transaction...
"Holy Over Priced Domains Batman!!! Yes Robbin, Lets Find These Suckers And Sell Em Our LLL.coms!!!"..
LLL.com owners shud start posting your LLL.coms at 40k pricings..This price attracts buyers.LOL..
I posted the following in the #1 News Forum thread: Thread: http://www.namepros.com/industry-new...ek-domain.html.
Actually, this is a poor theory that doesn't stand to reason.
$977,000 is not exactly a lot of money in the real world..
Nor is it difficult to launder for people with a bit of business savvy.
NO - IMO this appears to be a way for one of the Namemedia investors or someone with a vested interest (IPO = big money cashout) to prop up Buydomains lacklustre profits for the quarter.
Definite shenanigans. As previously mentioned "Sold" domains, only to reappear the next quarter - just after the qtr end !.
Call it painting profits or window dressing.
(If this turkey ever gets to IPO, the SEC would be VERY interested in carrying out an investigation.)..
That might be jumping the gun, although I do love the smell of clean money in the morning!.
At this point, it could be a bulk deal that is better structured at $40k each (To take losses on the sales of the names that they do not keep?), although I'm not sure what to make of the timing (Everything takes a little value hit the past month, and then 3 letter .com's start selling 17 at a time? ).