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The HostGator is junk, you could register something similar, but, how much would you spend getting it to the 4th position on google for "poker"? http://www.google.de/search?hl=de&q=poker.
Basically, the auction is for "Domain Name and the developed website"..
The developed website has considerable traffic for a valuable term...
I see, didn't try to search it with google.de..
Seriously, someone is going to get burned on this.
Looking at the statistics it could all be bot traffic or some proxy script because you have no way to really do due diligence on the traffic.
The only information you get is visitor numbers and country of origin and that's it! - Set up a proxy script and you couldn't tell the difference from real visitors or bot traffic.
I've said it before and i'll say it again, Sedo's traffic verification setup (eTracker) is a joke!.
Seeing the previous post I positively know someone is going to get burned, no site will rank naturally for a highly competitive keyword like Poker in less then a year without resorting to blackhat seo.
That site could go poof any second!..
Amen to that.
I can not believe people who buy traffic HostGator names that are not obvious generics or killer keywords, it shouts scammer from the top of the mountains.
As for this website, searched google for these keywords in this exact order: "online poker texas hold em" and online-poker-texas-hold-em.net came in on page 9 of search results of search results, try searching texas holdem poker in google or online texas holdem poker in google and online-poker-texas-hold-em.net is buried under a million bricks, in other words I highly doubt anyone will find the site.
Then again the auction could have been shill bid by scammers and there may be no real buyer..
Actually, it's on page 1 for all those phrases you mentioned when you search on Google.de - which would be the search engine you need to use because the site is German.
The thing is, that this site does not have a long shelf life and it could literally be wiped out of the index at any moment.
The only way you can profit from this if you act fast enough to replace the aff links from those banners with your own and the site stays long enough in the index to collect enough converting traffic.
I would feel like crap if I would have bought the site and the next day it's nowhere to be found I don't think this is the case with the search engine positions the site has obtained, the bidders are taking a risky gamble though...
I agree. I think that is a rather crazy DN.
(above site is for sale for the small amount of $100k)..