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02|04|2010 03:09 pm EDT

Silent Las Vegas Targeted TRAFFIC Auction Results

by Frank Michlick in Categories: Domain Auction

Disappointing Results, Despite $370,000 Sale

Even though the interest in the Silent Domain Auction after the Targeted TRAFFIC conference by Rick Latona could not generate much interest, it appears it produced at least one noteworthy sale, with LongIsland.com selling for $370,000 USD. However only 9 out of the 600 listed domains sold according to the results currently posted on Proxibid.

The sales were:

LongIsland.com $370,000
Imply.com $4,000
JusticeDepartment.com $1,800
CuteTops.com $1,100
OCNN.com $1,000
DefensiveBack.com $400
php.mx $300
eTaxReturn.com $300
CoverBet.com $300

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February 4, 2010 @ 4:56 pm EDT

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Stephen Douglas

February 5, 2010 @ 4:28 am EDT

Gee, where is Big Fishion’s comments on the quality of these unsold domains? They didn’t sell! Rick Latona is wisely pushing pedals on his bike onward in a 10 day bike adventure with his main man, Dave. What a way to relieve stress!

Just because the DOMAINS don’t sell at an auction doesn’t mean they suck. Just a statement for the cynics in the crowd. There are ANSWERS on how to sell domains correctly in a live auction, find someone who has those answers and hire them.

Playback

February 5, 2010 @ 6:15 am EDT

I don’t know why, but I agree with Stephen Douglas, on one hand this, and the other has the moniker no reserve auction touching a mill…

Rev

Stephen Douglas

February 5, 2010 @ 8:46 am EDT

@Playback

Agreeing with anything I say has now tainted you. You will roam the earth searching for the other intelligent beings to join us. Don’t bother going to SoCal. “Corporate Think” and funding has now established control over innovative thinking and speculative investing, which means, there isn’t any future for viable changes. Look for government bailouts soon… ;-)

The big domain companies should start analyzing Apple’s significant investment into R&D and how that worked out for them in the profitable long run. I remember Apple stock 10 years ago being at $22. Check it now. Don’t you wish you bought 1000 shares? lol

Josh

February 5, 2010 @ 10:57 pm EDT

9 out of 600.
Really what more needs to be said.

Fail

February 11, 2010 @ 5:04 pm EDT

Right about now Latona’s takeover of the TRAFFIC auction looks about as shrewd as Oversee’s acquisition of Snapnames. At least snapnames generated some sales! 9 sales out of 600 submissions on the heels of the adult domain name auction which was every bit the failure this one was. Then there was his AEIOU and sometimes bye bye mini site development idea which also went the way of the doedoe bird. Great idea to take a trip and regain his confidence by getting onto something he CAN peddle, a bike.

Stephen Douglas

February 11, 2010 @ 8:07 pm EDT

@Fail

Ouch!

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