Domain name registration and website hosting packages at affordable rates since 1997.
February 28, 2020 02:24

You are browsing the archive for Domain brokers.

Domaining.com rolls out new #domain brokerage newsletter

Domaining.com, the popular domain news aggregator founded by French entrepreneur, Francois Carrillo, has a brand new newsletter. Broker listings is the first issue, and despite a typo’ed date of “January 2019” this is in fact the latest edition in 2020. 🙂 The current edition of the domain brokerage newsletter contains domains from the following companies […]

Read more

GoDaddy #domain brokerage: “Our buyers aren’t made of money!”

The GoDaddy brokerage contact form doesn’t allow for large numbers to be entered. The form that is filled out by the domain owner when they want to place a counter-offer, not only doesn’t allow “large numbers” to be entered – it tells the seller that the GoDaddy buyers aren’t made of money. This incredible email […]

Read more

Calling all #domain name brokers : An opportunity to manage non-premium #domains!

There are plenty of domain brokers managing premium domain names out there. These fine guys and gals in the domain industry leverage millions of dollars in sales collectively. A typical brokerage fee ranges from 5% to 20% of the sale, depending on the domain broker’s reputation, connections, and ability to handle volume. Many successful domain […]

Read more

#Cambridge .com : Premium #domain lands exclusive brokerage deal

Registered in 1992, Cambridge.com remains an exquisite domain, almost as old as the world wide web. Whether about the British university, or the New England city in Massachusetts, “Cambridge” made the news recently as Cambridge Analytica embraced the world of privacy violations at Facebook. Almost 26 years after its registration, the domain name Cambridge.com is […]

Read more

#Domain Edit dot .com was sold for $140,000 dollars by #Sedo broker

Sedo broker, Frank Tillmanns announced the sale of the premium, aged domain Edit.com for $140,000 dollars earlier today. The sales price surpassed an $120,000 dollar bid it had received during the latest GreatDomains auction. Along with that sale, Tillmanns announced the sale of the three letter .com domain, KUL.com for 35,000 EUR (almost $43,000 dollars.) […]

Read more

Exclusive premium #domains by Tracy Fogarty of eNaming

Tracy Fogarty is an independent domain broker, and founder of eNaming.com, a premium domain brokerage. After moving away from the humid Florida shores to the dry heat of Arizona, Tracy Fogarty continues to broker high quality domain names on behalf of her clients. Tracy is currently attending NamesCon 2018, in Las Vegas, and she has […]

Read more

Going rogue : Interview with a “Black Ops” domain broker

Domain investing can be a cutthroat business, and many domain brokers operate in questionable ways to benefit their clients. Acquiring domain names “under the radar” is one thing; getting a domain owner to sell a domain at a bargain price requires particular skills. We interviewed a “black ops” domain broker, who ensures his buyers pay […]

Read more

Ali Zandi : My .com domain name cost five figures to acquire!

Domain investor and broker, Ali Zandi, founder of Starfire Holdings is killing it; the recent brokerage of Freedom.com for $2 million dollars is one of many we could share. For any prominent professional, owning their full name as a .com is a must these days. Apparently, that wasn’t the case for Ali Zandi, whose matching […]

Read more

Should domain brokers disclose renewal fees to buyers?

In case you missed it, last week two well-known folks from the domain industry, Andrew Rosner (Media Options) and Ryan Colby (Outcome Brokerage) had a disagreement, that went public on NamePros last week. The thread seems to have been taken down, but here’s a quick recap of what happened: Andrew bought a domain name for $5,000 from Ryan, […]

Read more

Wines.com : Eight figures domain discounted to seven figures for a quick sale

Wines have been produced throughout the world since ancient times, and it’s a popular, adult drink to our days. The Romans believed that “in vino veritas” – in wine, there is truth – and the ancient Greeks consumed their wines mixed with water (3 parts wine, 1 part water) and reserved the unadulterated wines to […]

Read more