Discussion in 'Sold Domains' started by richardc, Jul 10, 2008.
Sold for £8600 at Sedo auction a couple of days ago.
I don't get it.... unless you're a petrol trader, which you get your information on the market anyway.
unless someone what to write a article on "Petrol prices" nice minisite for £8600
Was it about one and a half years ppc revenue?
£500 ppc a month??? wow
do a search for petrol prices over at https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal and see the monthly search numbers. Not shabby. So make a mini site, include ads for car loans and cheaper insurance, grab emails for updates etc etc
That's what it used to get for ppc until petrolprices.com turned off the ads to that domain, which is no doubt why the person sold it, I'm sure quoting old figures.
I bet the new owners get nothing like that a month now.
interesting, ive had a few offers for Refuel.co.uk latly.
I was told the monthly rev was around £140. It gets a lot of type in traffic on the back on petrolprices.com
The times covered petrolprices.com and I registered today with petrolprices.com and then saw this thread....very good idea but the data must be available somewhere?
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I've got lowerpetrolprices.com, do you think its worth developing or selling?
With crude oil prices at record highs, no wonder this domain got this much price :mrgreen:.........Nice sale though......
DieselPrices.co.uk owner will be anxious by now
If guys at petrolprices.com who read here turned off ads as they could not make cash, then how does petrolprices.co.uk make cash?
It will still make money but probably not to the same degree. A drop off in the CTR.
Well their are other kinds of fuels besides petrol so I reg'd LowCostFuel co uk this then cover Diesel, LPG, Petrol, Biofuel, Butane etc....
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