23 Day Old, Hand Registered Domain Name TabletsForSale.com Sells For $1,200 At Domainfest Live Auction

January 27, 2010 · 4 Comments  

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Here is another example that there are still plenty of opportunities to make money with newly hand registered domain names. The domain name TabletsForSale.com was listed in the Moniker Low & No Reserve auction at Domainfest with a reserve range of $1K- $2,500, and ended up selling  for $1,200. The domain name is only 23 days old being hand registered on January 03, 2010. Talk about huge ROI, the owner turned $10 into $1,200 in under a month by paying attention to current trends,  new products coming out (Apple is supposedly releasing a new tablet style computer today) and knowing what types of domains buyers are interested in purchasing. Congrats to both the buyer and seller.


4 Responses to “23 Day Old, Hand Registered Domain Name TabletsForSale.com Sells For $1,200 At Domainfest Live Auction”

  1. Ms Domainer on January 27th, 2010 9:08 am


    This example is one reason I don’t listen to naysayers.



  2. John on January 27th, 2010 9:15 am

    Nice one!

    Congrats to both buyer and seller.


  3. Michael on January 27th, 2010 11:39 am

    Most of the naysayers Ms Domainer mentioned are the same ones hand regging domains and selling them for nice profits. They tell you it can’t be done so you aren’t going after their low-hanging fruit.

    The days of the million dollar hand reg are gone, but there are still tens of thousands of domains you can hand reg and sell for $xxx to $x,xxx. Do that a few times a day and you’re making a nice living from your hobby.

  4. Vexicore Media on January 27th, 2010 1:21 pm

    It’s good to know that newly hand-registered domains can still bring in a nice profit.

    I have two highly searched keyword product domains with the ending “depot.com”. For one of the domains the targeted keyword was searched around 2,240,000 times last month.

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