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The Auctionpus.com Marketplace Is Now LIVE!

Posted on 29 August 2010 by Andrei

A lot of times, people email me days or even weeks after an auction has ended in order to ask if the domain is still available. As of today, you guys will have access to all of our inventory by visiting the Auctionpus.com marketplace. You will be able to either buy domains directly or push them to auction.

We have added a link to the marketplace on our homepage or you can visit it directly by clicking on the link below:

https://auctionpus.com/marketplace.html

The concept is simple: if you see something you like, click on the domain and you’ll be taken to the push page. On that page, you’ll be able to let us know if you want to buy the domain directly ($65 per domain) or push it to auction ($55 per domain).

If you’re using Estibot.com/Valuate.com or a similar tool and want to perform a bulk check, you can download our entire inventory as a .txt file or, the same way, if you’re using the Google AdWords Keyword Tool or a similar tool and want to perform a bulk keyword check, we’ve made your life easier by compiling a keyword list and making it available as a .txt document HERE.

There are 718 domains listed at the moment of writing and we’ll be updating the list at the beginning of each month as of this point. Enjoy! 😉

14 Comments For This Post

  1. LB Says:

    Same price for all right?

  2. Andrei Says:

    @LB: yep, $65 per domain if you want to buy them directly or $55 per domain if you want to push them to auction.

  3. Nick Says:

    If only all venues gave us these keyword lists. Thanks for taking the work out of it, I’ll look over them today.

  4. Mike Law Says:

    Why would one risk pushing to auction a domain they want for $55 if they could buy it outright for only $10 bucks more?

  5. Andrei Says:

    @Mike Law: it will be interesting to see what will happen. A lot of people will probably want to buy the domain(s) they like directly at $65 each but on the other hand, you know what they say: a penny (or in this case $10) saved is a penny earned 🙂

  6. Xdreamer Says:

    Good idea for someone who just happens to visit your website by accident. Instead of only seeing the 8 auctions that are done on a day he can choose from the marketplace domains as well. I imagine your site has repeat visitors as well but still I think many are just hearing it exists. Good move !!

  7. friendship gift Says:

    Congrats Ian and team. It’s a personal joy to me that you’re using the Solr search. Eclipse was one of the first significant open source programs that I came to know and love, and some of my earliest mentors are involved with Eclipse to this day (Boris Bokowski). The fact that the ApacheSolr module is in use and of benefit to the Eclipse community is a matter of deep pride to me, and I feel like I’ve been able to give back to this great project in a meaningful way.

  8. self defense weapons Says:

    Oh thank god, the headline made me think briefly that this would be some automated consumer blog where people could automatically post an update whenever their avatar changed their shirt or something.

  9. Michael Says:

    Great that you added cleaned lists of domains and keywords for easier checking, I wish more auction sites did this.

  10. self defense weapons Says:

    Wow congratulation for your secret contain all is nice thanks for mit.

  11. friendship gift Says:

    On the one hand, people are able to check out the domains which will be offered each day in less than a minute (in other words, not making Auctionpus.com a part of your daily surfing routine would be a mistake: if you see something you like.

  12. self defense weapons Says:

    It will also post information about your products to your Facebook Wall and your Facebook Pages so that all your friends/fans are aware of your new products.

  13. e-mail lookup Says:

    It’s great that you added the keyword column to make the research part more easier for customers. Overall, nice idea and implementation…

  14. Trafficvoodoo 2.0 discount Says:

    Well ebay worked fine until some new genius CEO decided to ban them overnight. Put me out of business pretty quickly last year. I was a powerseller on there and it happened overnight. I’ve tried a lot of them out there with no success. I think the best way to do it is to just make your own site and use Google advertising or other advertising methods to send people to your site.

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