Domain Market Report The domain market has really heated [...]
A Domain Broker adds more than value, they take the confusion out of the transaction.
These are questions that domainers ask on a regular basis. Specifically, the past six months have quieted considerably in the domain investor marketplace. Let’s take a look at a few of the reasons…
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
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.
News flash, .COM is king!! The new GTLD market appears to be losing its luster. Yep, that’s right the craze seems to be fading as investors start to realize that it’s going to take many years to reap the longer-term investment.
Most Chinese investors will tell you they tend to shy away from the Western-type domain names as they don’t have meaning in mainland China. Names that contact vowels, and the letter “v”. Are they limiting their long-term growth potential? Some would say it’s a safer investment. We tend to disagree, and here's why...
Domain name and website owners should avoid domain privacy whenever possible. Of course, there are times when owners don’t want to be contacted and information should remain private. However, more often than not, the privacy is a waste of money for the domain owner.
2017 will prove to have many new solid investments in the domain industry. Tons of available names for sale represent an opportunity to diversify the portfolio and continually “turn over existing inventory”