premium four letter domain name for sale

BAAE.com gets good traffic (50 to 70 uniques per month); geographical breakdown so far is 47.3% traffic from North America and 47.5% from Europe.

It got a $9.76 click on Sedo the other day. I think that’s the highest payout I’ve ever gotten on a single click. Update 5-8-2008: A $3.23 click yesterday. Not sure what it is about this domain that is paying off so well.

A Google search of “baae” brings 300,000 results, and BAAE.com itself is number seven on the list. Wow! Search results include:

  • British Army Antarctic Expedition
  • Basic and Applied Ecology
  • Bachelor of Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering
  • British Airways Avionic Engineering
  • Bachelor of Art in Art Education
  • Bay Area Automotive Enthusiasts
  • Brighton Adult Alternative Education

And the list goes on. That means guaranteed type-in traffic. Develop this domain name, forward the traffic to an established site, or flip it for a quick profit.

BAAE.com:

Buy it now only $1,900

Update: Reduced to $1,750 for quick sale!

Update 4-25-2008: Reduced to $1,500. Come on now, this is as low as it goes. Great deal for someone.

For comparison see these recent LLLL.com sales, all reported at DNJournal.com:

reos.com $25,000
goso.com $5,600
ipex.com $5,000
geci.com $4,302
bkyn.com $3,500
rdio.com $3,200
pevo.com $2,700
inim.com $2,610
dcgi.com $2,500
gaxa.com $2,050
rivi.com $2,000

As you can see, BAAE.com is being offered at a discount.
Make your offer through my Contact Form.

Thank you and good luck!

Update 5-8-2008: BAAE is still available. It’s making fairly good money at Sedo. Nothing less than $1,500 will be considered. If I don’t get an offer I’ll hold on to it for now. $1,500 will look like a bargain next year.



6 Comments to “Premium LLLL.com Domain Name On Sale: BAAE.com”

  1. damir | April 21st, 2008 at 7:42 pm

    I hope that you sell your domain name BAAE.com as it is a Nice ONE.

    GOOD LUCK

  2. Armen Shirvanian | December 21st, 2008 at 2:00 am

    It is interesting how 4-letter long domain names are described here, and it is also eye-opening to see how the various combinations of letters are being sold off one-by-one. It makes sense that their prices are higher than generic domains, as they could be highly desired as acronym representations for a future organization.

  3. Giovani | December 27th, 2009 at 11:36 am

    hi,
    I can pay for this Domain 200 $, Please give me your Paypal adress and i pay the monay for your domain, greeting

  4. W.H.A. | March 18th, 2010 at 3:41 am

    Sorry Giovani, that is too low for a 4-letter dot com domain name.

  5. Priv | July 13th, 2010 at 5:22 am

    Did it sell?

  6. W.H.A. | July 13th, 2010 at 2:35 pm

    Yes, but more cheaply than I had hoped.

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