UPDATE: I have been contacted and evidently the people who own this site here are claiming intelectual property rights to the design and plan to sue this seller and file DMCA to the buyer who uses it. VERY INTERESTING

So this auction Here
is for a “website” that makes over 12,000$ a month.

So you just won the auction and now you have contacted me because what you bought is a 1 page landing page and you just realize that they guy that sold it to you owns THIS SITE and between that and his 5k+ a month spend on PPC that is how he was able to produce the 10k/month affiliate income.

Ohh ya also now you say he wont sell you his keyword list he was using on ppc? ouch.

Congrats on winning your $10,100.00 landing page. – btw just so you know 90% of the ppc industry is using some form of that same landing page… as seen Here

It should be noted that the seller never set the price of the website and it was the idiot bidders who bid it up to the final price up

By Jeremy Schoemaker

Jeremy "ShoeMoney" Schoemaker is the founder & CEO of ShoeMoney Media Group, and to date has sold 6 companies and done over 10 million in affiliate revenue. In 2013 Jeremy released his #1 International Best selling Autobiography titled "Nothing's Changed But My Change" - The ShoeMoney Story. You can read more about Jeremy on his wikipedia page here.

31 thoughts on “Dude Sells Landing Page On Ebay For 10,000$”
  1. it’s amazing what people will believe. read that post – if it were even half legit, why would they ever put it on the block w/ no reserve?! if it seems to good to be true, …

  2. “If it’s too good to be true then it probably is.”

    “A fool and his money are soon parted.”

    Isn’t it amazing how these seemingly ancient quotes still ring remarkably true today?

  3. the conversion ratio the guy was getting for the ringtones was pretty amazing, I can barely get a 1 in 10 ratio for free sign ups

  4. 1 in 10? I would be pretty happy with that. I guess it just depends on the spread

  5. The people that bid on this are crazy and not aware of stuff on the internet. This is the second auction that went like this on eBay, the other one was for $7k for a loan program. Where is the landing page though?

  6. Amazing..it si sad story. Why ppl take advantage on ppl, not even give him keywords?

  7. Jeremy you’re so mean!

    Just think how coring this world would be without idiots.

  8. There’s a reason there was no reserve… you can whip up a site like that nearly instantly. Ask Jeremy, I think he knows ringtones better than most.

  9. Sucker born every minute. Buyer should have come to digitalpoint and asked us first 🙂

  10. Ebayer Buys a Pretty Generic “Landing Page” for $10K…

    So this guy buys a ringtone landing page on ebay for $10,000.  The seller claims that it makes over $12,000 a month.  Apparently having the brains of a loaf of bread, he actually believed it was the plain web page……

  11. Since we eat, sleep, and breathe this stuff, I think it’s easy to forget how clueless the mass population is about internet mktg. A lot still have the mentality of…if you build it, they will come.

  12. Private ID bids on eBay are fake. That’s why they’re private. It’s an old trick. Owner with multiple accounts bidding on his own stuff. Sham bidding or shill bidding, whatever the terms is for this activity. It’s a bait for suckers.

  13. Shoot, I’m in the wrong business.

    Later guys, I don’t have time to chat, I’ve got some landing pages to sell off…

  14. […] The person asked me about eBay. eBay is great for buying stuff, but I don’t think it is the place to go for buying websites. Take a look at this for what can go wrong. […]

  15. I think that this is a simple case ignorance and greed finding each other. business is business… and investment is an investment. you don’t fork over 10K EVER or any amount, without asking some basic questions first… i.e. “how does this work” – “how does it make money” – “how will it make money if i own it” – “do i have the ability to continue what it is this person did”.

    Thats just basic common sense stuff.

  16. […] Of course the value was not in the cheesy landing page, but in the ~ 200K keywords he uploaded to the account. It takes some serious resources to gather that much market data, but if you can create a way to gather relevant search queries and bid on them before the competition saturates your market you can make great profits. Having unique data sources is like having great link authority. It provides you a business advantage that is hard to replicate and highly profitable in high value verticals. […]

  17. Basically, the seller lied. The page doesn’t make 10k a month. I’d back out of the auction based on that lie (fraud).

  18. That is an amazing find… I honestly have to fault the idiots out there who truly don’t buy into the truism that “if it’s too good to be true, it isn’t.”

  19. Some people are just so naive to believe just about anything… Can’t blame the seller when you have buyers like these

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