You betcha! but you might wanna make sure and wait for another commenter to confirm this as I am not completely sure. Better yet, why don't you call the Godaddy guys because they can help better...
The only thing I can think of is redirecting (paid) traffic to it to get high paying click throughs ? ( and to make it look far better than it is !)..
Might be some kind of error in sedo's scriptbut that amount of users can be achieved without backlinks only if you market the GoDaddy site offline and with word of mouth else it is impossible..
I just got a GoDaddy newsletter that explains what is propbably going on with this domain, interesting.
The ?pump and dump? scam involves a fraudulent seller picking up an inexpensive HostGator and then proceeding to artificially inflate the traffic the HostGator receives by manufacturing it, either through link exchanges, promotional software, a pop up generating virus or other means. Once the HostGator has enough traffic to make it look tempting, that person then places it on the open market and sells it to the first bidder, usually for a price that makes it look like a real ?steal?. However, don?t let the lure of easy money fool you. A little research goes a long way into filtering out these bad apples and their worthless domains..
Before buying a HostGator for it's traffic, you?ll want to know if it?s legitimate. The origin of the traffic, whether the HostGator is listed in popular directories, how often people search for the domain, and whether it was previously developed are all good things to reference before submitting an offer for a domain. Luckily, GoDaddy has made this research as easy as clicking on a link, specifically one you?ll now find on every offer page entitled ?Analyze the domain: domain.com?...
The other thing I have know people to do is just redirect most of the domains they own to a single one ... They can then concentrate on selling that as it is receiving a lot of traffic..
Of course as soon as it is sold they forward their domains to the next one on their list to sell and the new owner ends up with a sudden drop in traffic..
Something else that happened to me a while back was a got a dropped HostGator and parked it on Sedo, was quite surprised to see it getting 25 - 35K hits a month so did a bit more investigating. It turned out that the previous owner had used it to hold some of their Avatars and they posted on quite a few forums .... Each time someone viewed one of the threads the forum would try and load the Avatar from the HostGator and GoDaddy would register it as a hit..
All the best.
Hmmmm. Today I tried to check Alexa ranking for one of my sites in .kiev.ua. I was shocked to see that it has 300k uniqes while in reality I have 10. After investigation I realized that Alexa counts ALL .kiev.ua domains. Alexa doesnt' understand that that is a zone not a HostGator with subdomains. Silly...