One Buck Wiki Sells Over 700 Pages in Just 5 Days Since its Launch
Zedomax Network, a San Francisco-based Web2.0 company, has launched a new website called OneBuckWiki.com on October 12th. Users can buy a page for only one dollar to promote their blog, e-store, or any other website(s). There is a strong buzz among some of the eBay Store owners that the One Buck Wiki might be the next marketing tool.
(PRWEB) October 17, 2007 — Zedomax Network, a San Francisco-based Web2.0 company, has launched a new website called OneBuckWiki.com on October 12th. Users can buy a page for only one dollar to promote their blog, e-store, or any other website(s). There is a strong buzz among some of the eBay Store owners that the One Buck Wiki might be the next marketing tool.
According to the One Buck Wiki’s founders, they have sold hundreds of pages to E-bay store owners. “eBay store owners need a low-cost internet marketing tool to promote their products and the One Buck Wiki does just that at only one dollar,” says Max, the company’s founder.
Since their launch a week ago, the One Buck Wiki does seem to have excited the Internet crowd, selling over 700 pages, averaging over 100 pages per day. The One Buck Wiki team has worked 3 days without sleep just to keep up with the overflow of page orders.
Smart users of the One Buck Wiki have made their money back by pasting interesting content and Google AdSense ads onto their pages. Some users have even bought their own names in order to reserve their spot in history.
Why are these pages so valuable?
Users can buy a page for only 1 dollar (limited time only). As page owners, they can promote a blog, e-store or any other website(s). The page(s) users buy will solely have their content and no one else’s. The value of all pages will go up to $10 per page once when they have sold 1000 pages.
“The One Buck Wiki forecasts to sell total of 2000 pages by the end of this month at the current rate. This could mean that a page bought today could be worth 10 times its value within the end of this month when One Buck Wiki has sold over 2000 pages,” says Max, the One Buck Wiki’s founder. There are still pages that can be bought on the One Dollar Wiki before the price of a page jumps to ten dollars.
The One Buck Wiki was created by the creators of the Five Dollar Wiki (FiveDollarWiki.com), which was also launched several days before the launch of One Buck Wiki. They are a team of underground “moonlighters” that work around the clock to create the next Internet marketing tool.
A number of similar paid Wikis exist out there today including the MDW (MillionDollarWiki.com) and the MEW (MillionEuroWiki.com). The MillionDollarWiki does seem to have excited the Internet crowd, with some customers buying up to 15 pages at a time. Pages have even been traded, with the “Business” page selling on eBay for $6100.
Basically, the difference between the MillionDollarWiki and the OneBuckWiki is that a person can buy a page for one dollar instead of one hundred dollars.
The One Dollar Wiki might be the best investment today for anyone who needs web presence or a web page at only one dollar.