is worth USD1.2 million!

Blogsreview Pablo alerted me to this funny discovery. I did a sponsored post for Leapfish where we can check the worth of a domain. I found that my personal site domain is only worth USD21 but this Make Money is worth USD80.

But I didn’t play around too much. So, Pablo told me to guess how much is worth. And I had a good laugh. is worth USD1.2 million. Now, these hackers should see how to hijack the domain. Fuyoh….can take as hostage and ask LiewCF to pay USD1.2 million as ransom.

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I have many domains for sale, actually. How do I put a domain up for sale?

Post Author: lilian

10 thoughts on “ is worth USD1.2 million!


    (June 27, 2007 - 6:19 pm)

    its off topic but you can try to sell ur domain @…just to name a few..

    Moses Francis

    (June 27, 2007 - 6:19 pm)

    There are many ways to sell domains, personally i’ve sold mine via and


    (June 27, 2007 - 6:46 pm)

    I use sedo.


    (June 27, 2007 - 9:12 pm) is worth USD1.8 million. These guys should just sell off their domains and retire (from blogging).


    (June 28, 2007 - 12:18 am)

    tell me where to get the buyer :)


    (June 28, 2007 - 4:10 am)

    LiewCF, according to tak boleh percaya sangat punya LeapFish, is worth more than twice compared to!

    It’s a good feel though knowing that many of my domains are reported to worth more (many at six-digit, in RM that is!) than itself
    (and 5xmom, hoohaa!, but you know your CL one is not bad either)

    LcF, if you put up yours at Sedo etc, you can surely get some 4-5 digit easy (I’ve sold a few at that price, even without any decent traffic!), but I’d think that you can grow yours to be worth much more over time. $1M worth is not that hard to achieve, actually.
    (if you’d examine the sales records so far).

    Hmm, this LF is addictive. Anyone knows of the most valuable one, higher than say at $60M (higher than blogger, geocities, google, yahoo, microsoft’s, myspace etc)? Damn, traffic to this site will spike like crazy now!

    5xmom, if you have a decent domain to sell, the best would be to openly advertise it on the domain itself (put it on the frontpage, or the only page on the website), and write a little note of your intention at your domain’s WHOIS info. You can also use the various domain after-markets like Sedo and Namemedia’s Afternic. Or some people, auction them off at eBay or reverse-auction at Afternic’s Bazaar.


    (June 29, 2007 - 3:41 am)

    Damn… the domain that I sold for 5-digit three yrs ago when its alexa rank was about liew’s/sia’s, is now worth $2-million according to Leapfish… (the site now is ranked top-2000 according to Alexa). As I’ve said it, if you have a good domain, if you’d nurture it good in a couple years or so, you might hit a jackpot later on.

    Another domain that I’ve sold for about the same price, about the same time: just months later, several other buyers made offers worth 3x more! (of course, the original buyer won’t sell it back to me when I asked for it!)

    Domain names are good investments, eh? With many of them selling at millions of dollars each (just the plain name, without any content), and thousands of them at multiple-fold of registration cost, EVERY DAY, that surely sounds much better than buying stocks, houses, business etc.

    Initial CAPITAL: starts at under RM30 (even well under RM10 for many domains, or with hosting etc).

    All the best everyone… All these talk about domain just got me excited again to rock my stalling domain portfolio (starting to trade them actively again).


    (June 30, 2007 - 7:22 pm)

    Sure it may say it’s worth 1.2 million, but would anyone actually buy it for that much? I highly doubt it.

    […] Rowse of Problogger.Net is one of them. The CopyBlogger is another. On the local front, Liewcf (the $1.2 million dollar blog) is another […]


    (August 12, 2008 - 6:53 pm)

    I buy and sell domain in digitalpoint forum, but my friend told me that the best place to sell domain is at namepros.

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