Milliondollarhomepage Auction Takes Off

I am not sure if my eyes are deceiving me but it seems the bid price for the last 1,000 pixels of the Milliondollarhomepage are now at about $700,000! That is not a typo mind you. The actual number is $699,100.00. Is it possible that the last 1,000 pixels will generate more revenue than the rest of the site? Pretty cool. B)

Apparently the Alexa rank for this site at the time of the posting on eBay was 127 which is a staggering number putting the site ahead of many of the world’s most visited news sites.

On a related note, here is a link to where TMCnet recently ranked on Alexa today.

update: The bid dropped in 5 minutes to US $152,100.00. Must have been someone not approved at this bid amount.

update #2
: 30 minutes later and the highest bid is $149,900 from office_closeouts. This auction seems to be going backwards

  • Natasha Cooper
    January 14, 2006 at 1:12 am

    Enterprising United Kingdom entrepreneur AJ, 26, decided to sell pixels via his website ThePixelWebsite.com as part of a scheme to make his first million by the age of 27. By the time the site is entirley sold out, the profit should make him a clear 1,110,000 GBP.
    Following in the footsteps of Alex Tew’s Milliondollarhomepage.com, AJ’s http://www.thepixelwebsite.com is set to be the next big thing. It has received over 200,000 hits and sold 9000 pixels in the first seven days.
    Milliondollarhomepage.com was the original idea – it had one million pixels on a page and sold each pixel for one dollar each. ThePixelWebsite.com has three million pixels on the page divided into three areas: top, middle and bottom. ThePixelWebsite.com is selling the top million at one pound per pixel, the middle million at 10p per pixel and the bottom million at 1p per pixel. This allows any type of business or company to advertise with it, regardless of budget. The bottom is likely to get sold out first.
    “Its about time I started making money from the Internet,” said AJ, founder of ThePixelWebsite.com. “I have dedicated about eight hours a day since the age of 17, for the last nine years on the net trying to make some money. I said to myself, ‘I have to either make a million by the tenth year or give up the whole thing.'”
    AJ also runs numerous other websites, some of which are extremely popular. However, ThePixelWebsite.com is set to be the biggest yet.

  • jerry
    January 18, 2006 at 11:00 pm

    I found a very interesting site named 365record
    which sold days.
    Buy a day and record anything you want.

  • BCZ.com
    January 28, 2006 at 3:15 pm

    Another free pixel advertising site:
    http://www.bcz.com/
    Welcomes everyone to post something.

  • JEANS
    March 14, 2006 at 7:09 pm

    Jobless Boy Launches A Website To Sell 10,000 Jeans On The Internet!
    USA jobless boy has set his sights on earning himself a million dollars after thinking of a simple idea of selling brands new and used jeans on his homepage MoneyOrBox.com
    He had been thinking of ideas on how to make a little extra money for himself but some of his ideas either never worked out or were just far too ambitious.
    So far there are 28 jeans sold on the homepage which has netted him just $1300 but as visitors grow and more people hear about the site, no doubt more jeans will be added and he will progress towards his target of 10,000 jeans on his homepage and one million dollars in the bank.
    You can view the website by visiting http://www.MoneyOrBox.com

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