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    Quote Originally Posted by TopDogger View Post
    You can see all kinds of overpriced domains for sale at eBay. Some are worth perhaps $10 to $20, yet people have them listed for $50,000. I wonder if they ever sell any of those.
    I agree and here is why they do it:

    They put their domains over priced so they can get cheap eBay traffic.

    If you see a overpriced domain on eBay for a million dollars people will go to this domain's URL and see whats there.

    Plus they always can get the sale if some parent lets their child login to eBay.

    BTW I'm selling on eBay domains and my starting prices are $0.99 and $9.99 so I'm not using these excessive methods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikenormal View Post
    I agree and here is why they do it:

    They put their domains over priced so they can get cheap eBay traffic.

    If you see a overpriced domain on eBay for a million dollars people will go to this domain's URL and see whats there.

    Plus they always can get the sale if some parent lets their child login to eBay.

    BTW I'm selling on eBay domains and my starting prices are $0.99 and $9.99 so I'm not using these excessive methods.
    Interesting tactic to get cheap traffic. I thought those guys were just fishing for suckers.
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  5. Suckers? When was the last time you saw a sucker buying a crappy domain in the $x,xxx,xxx range? The cheap traffic is what it is; cheap. It will not convert, so it's not really a smart tactic imho.

  6. He clearly never heard of type in traffic
    http://Laon.com 500,249 1/4/2007 SnapNames I PAID HALF MILLION FOR A TYPOGRAPHICAL ERROR (LOAN.COM). WHAT DID YOU SPEND YOUR FORTUNE ON?

  7. And high PPC either!

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