There are many brokers in the domain name space. Many brokers focus on all of the top level domains while others tend to skew towards one specific TLD or potentially only a few. There are two dominant types of brokers consisting of Reactive Brokerage: These are the sales platforms that exist in the space. Potential clients use inbound sales platforms such as SEDO or Afternic, type in a keyword and buy their domain name. The other type is Proactive Brokerage: Brokers that take the time to build the leads and determine the best fit for a specific domain name.
What makes my domain name premium? Countless domainers and domain name owners claim their assets are, “premium in nature”. Let’s take a look at what truly makes a name premium. In this article, we will only review .com domain name inventory. Past blog posts have addressed the superiority of .com domain name inventory, and how ...
For a blog to be popular and visible on search engines, it has to have a good domain name that can build its brand value and reader base over a period of time. A lot depends on what the blog is about, as then you can give it a name that signifies the niche or topics and issues that are going to be written about in it. Even if the blog is likely to be a diary of personal
Don’t be fooled by the apparent blandness of premium domain names. Yes, they seem so ordinary and so commonplace, but in the world of organic search rankings, they’re worth their weight in gold! Here’s why businesses across the world pay millions of dollars to obtain a premium domain name:
When it comes to picking domain names, the logic is as clear as day. The name should be simple, easy to understand, and easy to remember. Yes, it should be short, but not very short. Pick domain names that are easy to spell – don’t use numbers of hyphens unless you are sure about what you want. Of course, unconventional names like Google, Yahoo, etc. have been successful, but you’ll have to spend a fortune towards branding.
You’ll definitely want to get a valuation for any domain you’re targeting. It might also be helpful to ask for a ballpark price for a particular domain name. This will give you an idea of the market, but is no substitute for a detailed, expertly assembled valuation
If you’re planning on starting a new business or have a new idea that you’d like to monetize, the first thing you should do is to register a new .com domain name. With more than 1.5 billion domain names and only around 200 million of them active, there’s a huge chance that someone else has already registered the .com version of your site
Experienced domain name brokers not only guide buyers during appraisals and negotiations, but help with transfer services as well. They make sure that the money isn’t transferred until all
formalities are completed and the buyer confirms his satisfaction.
That’s what makes timing so important. When you conduct a domain appraisal, it’s like trying to hit a moving target. So if you’re hoping to put a number on the price of a domain, be sure that you have an expert consultant to put together an appraisal.
ue diligence is the easiest way to save money on your acquisition. Make sure that you have a plan in place for your domain name strategy.
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Whatever the product or service, you should always conduct the proper due diligence before making a new domain acquisition. Ask the right questions of the current owner and make sure you make an offer based on all of the information.
The domain market has really heated up in recent weeks with a slew of inventory selling in the aftermarket. NameExperts.com has successfully closed three six figure deals, and two decent five figure deals in the domain market. Four out of the past five sales were to end users. Three of the sales were targeted buy-requests ...
In this post, let's take a look at the list of Fortune 500 companies and their domain names. This information contains some of the largest companies in the World with multi-national corporate identities
After spending some time running due diligence, they reached out, and asked for “stealth acquisition” assistance with this particular name…As a domain name broker, there were a few questions I needed answered before I could dive in and really assist the prospective clie
As a buy-side broker specializing in Stealth Acquisitions, it’s our job to dig deep and find the rightful owner of a domain name. Problem is, some domain owners make it very difficult to reach them. What’s the psyche behind this rationale? Not all domain name owners are equal and some owners don’t want to be ...