Flippa Recap: HackerMagazine.com, Buttercups.com, and a $95k Website Sell. Left.com, Sell.org Do Not

Dec 16 2014

Some Domains That Sold Last Week

  • 236 Domain Portfolio – $3,850 – Names include SpamRating.com, Fundable.net, JHHO.com, 41802.com and more.
  • Buttercups.com – $3,506
  • DroneVideo.com – $2,650 – This follows up on the recent sales of Drones.net for $17,500 and RCDrones.com for $9,000.
  • ScubaTank.com – $2,500
  • Accumulating.com – $1,300
  • Viral.io – $1,250
  • TopNotchThemes.com – $1,156
  • Woodstock.info – $1,050
  • WTB.net – $893
  • SaveFare.com – $755
  • Engagements.net – $499
  • InsideNYC.com – $400
  • GirlsTwerking.com – $388
  • Wantings.com – $300

Some Websites That Sold

  • TheEraseCase.com – $95,000 – Monthly net profit of $7,000 stated, on uniques of 13,800. “The Erase Case was launched two and a half years ago and has rapidly grown ever since! The Erase Case is an all white phone case that allows you to draw, color, or design the case however you prefer with our special permanent markers. Once sick of the old design simply spray the Erasing Solution on the case, wipe off, and just like that you have a new case to design again and again! The business has generated $220k+ in the past two and a half years.”

the erase case

  • DailyOfTheDay.com – $12,651 – Monthly net profit of $800 stated, on uniques of 82,000. “DailyOfTheDay.com (DOTD) is an established brand (2.5yrs old) that focuses on bringing readers viral internet news, memes, and videos first. Tons of Traffic, Loyal Community & Search Engine Rankings.”

Some Domains With Bids That Didn’t Sell

  • Luxembourg.com – $62,000 – seller looking for $450,000
  • Left.com – $51,000
  • Portfolios.com – $45,000
  • Leah.com – $8,600 – she has been around the auction block a few times
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  1. Mike

    I agree leah.com has been shopped at godaddy dnforum flippa etc… seriously let it go off at nr, and see what the market pays


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      Aaron

      I just went to Leah.com, and it looks like they’re now trying to peddle Leah.com at Ebay —- BIN of $39,000.

      I also checked the Whois and see a screenshot from last year where they were asking $95,000.

      However, the market is telling them that if they want/need to sell soon, they’re not going to get anywhere close to that.

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