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Single click at Sedo earns $22,850.15


Domainer Billy Frank Jones thought he had hit a major jackpot when he logged into his Sedo account several days ago.

To his amazement, his monthly total for November exceeded the usual $50 by more than $22,000.

“I almost fainted seeing the total for November being about $22,900” – said Billy, drinking a soda. “At first, I thought it was a glitch with Sedo’s reporting system, so I refreshed the page. The amount didn’t change. The next day I decided to call my Sedo rep and ask a few questions.”

Billy described to us how he waited through the long-winded message at Sedo’s phone system, before realizing he could press ‘2’ at any time to talk to a customer service representative.

Once he explained the situation, there was a 3-minute pause while the Sedo representative examined Billy’s account activity.

“So the dude came back to me and said that everything was in order. Someone had actually clicked on a link that generated $22,850.15 in earnings for my account. A single click! That’s when I screamed on the phone like a teenage girl watching the Jonas brothers in concert!”

Billy plans to buy a new car with the money generated by that single Sedo click. He’s after a car wide enough to place a large decal of the big check Sedo will be sending his way in a few days.

“What baffles me is which advertiser actually bid up this much for a click and what did they advertise on my domains parked at Sedo. I actually asked the rep but they would not disclose this information. I guess that’s an once-in-a-billion-years click!”

Traffic at Sedo skyrocketed in the past few days, after people frantically attempted to replicate the $22,850.15 click that lucky man Billy Frank Jones received for his parked domain.

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17 Responses to “Single click at Sedo earns $22,850.15”
  1. Steve Fox says:

    AHAHAHAHAHA. That click was mine and it was in error. Can you please tell Billy to return my money to me and he can keep $1 as a reward. Thank you.

  2. Korey says:

    Man I never get such clicks… LOL

  3. Andy says:

    Must be said, this is funny, but the fact it is on domaining.com must have many people actually believing this.

  4. Hello says:

    $23K for one click?

    I am truly baffled by this, can someone explain the logistics behind this?

    I don’t think an advertiser bidded that much for a click, so it has to be a CPA %-like deal?
    Someone bought a yacht or home from that click??

  5. Nelson Alvarez says:

    I bet he’s not getting his money!!! Don’t plan to spend the money before you it gets into your account.

  6. Lucius "Guns" Fabrice says:

    Steve – too late, the check probably has Billy’s name on it by now ๐Ÿ˜€
    Korey – do you use Sedo or DomainSponsor?
    Andy – do you go by the mantra “It’s on the Internet, therefore it must be true!”
    Hello – Hello! ๐Ÿ˜€
    Nelson – where’s my rebate dude???

  7. jonny says:

    iam sorry to say this is simply can not be true , just a nice well written joke

  8. Daniel Klotz says:

    That’s perfectly right. The average EPC had a major increase in the last few days, I’ve seen clicks reaching 1000 – 5000 USD per click.

    Probably some high investment going on, I suppose recession is finally over ๐Ÿ™‚


    Daniel Klotz
    Senior Security & Compliance Specialist

  9. Impossible says:

    That’s Impossible!

  10. Charles says:

    Has anyone read the Disclaimer at the end of this page “All posts, information and content on the web site DomainGang.com are fictional, humorous and depict a satire. No information contained herein is to be perceived as real, even if parts of it are accurate or appear to be real”

  11. Lucius "Guns" Fabrice says:

    Good to see Sedo viewing our report with a great sense of humor ๐Ÿ˜€
    Going to check my Sedo account for a Christmas bonus right now ๐Ÿ™‚

  12. BullS says:

    You make my day!!!

  13. Mandus says:

    Too bad – I experienced the same thing (with a “0” less in the figure) in 2007, when I really was into test parking my domains everywhere. Name of the company was P*rked.com – u know who ๐Ÿ™‚
    So frustrating that they sold their company – their payouts were just ‘out of this world’!

    Also I didnยดt invest in automobiles, since I think the return of investment is the worst possible, except you managed to run over Tim Schumacher for example with that particular car.. ; )

  14. I’ll believe it when I see the check.

  15. pinky says:

    too good to be true….

  16. kandyjet says:

    let me chk my sedo account balance..

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