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BuyDomains Running Excellent Targeted Banners

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A couple of weeks ago, someone inquired about CiaoBella.com, a domain name I acquired last year. I did a bit of research to see who owns CiaoBella domain names in other extensions, and I saw that BuyDomains owns both the .net and .org. I visited the domain names to see their asking prices, and I moved on to look at other domain names of interest.

When I was visiting a popular mainstream news website a day or two later, I came across a BuyDomains advertising banner. The reason the banner was special was because it had CiaoBella.net listed along with a special promotion offering me a 20% discount on if I purchase the domain name.

I regularly see targeted Adsense advertising based on various product searches I have done, but I have never seen any focused on specific domain names I previously looked at. Had I been a real prospective buyer for CiaoBella.net, I might have been induced into making an inquiry, especially with the special discount the company offered.

After seeing the banner, I connected with Karen Dixon, Vice → Read More


BuyDomains End of Year Auction at SnapNames

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The BuyDomains end of year auction being held at Snapnames is closing on Thursday afternoon at around 3pm Eastern, and there are 108 domain names listed for sale. All of the listed domain names are owned by BuyDomains / NameMedia. I have inquired about several of the listed domain names in the past, and off the top of my head, it appears there have been price concessions made.

Listed below are the domain names that currently have bids as of publication. I bolded the names that have met the reserve price. (more…) → Read More


BuyDomains Video: How to Find a Perfect Domain Name

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I want to share the video below, which is currently being promoted on the BuyDomains home page. The company is educating its SMB end user audience about the value in spending money to purchase the "perfect domain name" in the aftermarket rather than hand registering a lower quality domain name. It helps to answer the question that  end user buyers may have: "why should I pay $3,000 for this domain name when I can register one for $10?"

Aside from the fact that this video will be seen by many end users, I think domain investors can benefit from this video by sharing it with potential buyers. Let's say you're involved in a negotiation and the prospect mentions that they are considering other domain names. You can share this video to illustrate why they should buy the better domain name. Similarly, you can share this video with a company that is operating on a lesser quality domain name than the one you'd like to sell.

I reached out to (more…) → Read More


VP of Marketing Karen Dixon Discusses Revamped BuyDomains Website

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It's an exciting day at NameMedia. Today we re-launched BuyDomains.com, our domain sales platform that was founded over ten years ago.  Our goal for the new site was to simplify the process of searching for and purchasing premium domain names, and to provide an ideal user experience and valuable resources that our small business customers rely on to make their domain investment decisions.

The new site is easy to navigate, and removes clutter while keeping important and relevant information that supports premium domain purchases front and center.  The shopping cart is streamlined and gets domains in the hands of customers faster.  We still have our world-class sales and service teams available to assist customers 24/7.

And we have more improvements on the way. Coming in the next release will be additional search filter options, the ability to download search results and a number of other features.

What does this mean for domain investors?  We've made it easier for end users to purchase your domains listed on Afternic, → Read More


InternationalFlowers.com Leads the Way at Afternic This Week

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Afternic just released their sales report from the past week, and the leading public domain sale was InternationalFlowers.com, which sold for $19,558.00. This domain name had been owned by NameMedia's BuyDomains.

The second highest value domain sales last week was Drupal.net. According to a Whois lookup, it appears Drupal.net was acquired by Dries Buytaert, who also appears to be the owner of Drupal.com.

In all, there was over $320,000 worth of publicly released domain sales for $2,000+ (.com) and $1,000+ (.net and .org).

This week's domain sales from Afternic:

internationalflowers.com $19,558.00
drupal.net $13,700.00
shy.org $7,800.00
workinglinks.com $6,500.00
oaca.com $5,978.00
londonsightseeing.com $5,800.00
mingdao.com $5,120.41
sonology.com $5,000.00
soky.com $5,000.00
levelingkits.com $5,000.00
nourish.org $5,000.00
Bicyclette.com $4,995.00
strangetimes.com $4,788.00
infoscout.com $4,480.00
resourceintelligence.com $4,288.00
offgridliving.com $4,200.00
rxrecall.com $4,000.00 → Read More


How to Sell your Domain Name Fast and for Maximum Value

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I received an email about a webinar that is being hosted by AfternicDLS & BuyDomains on September 23rd from 2 - 2:30pm EDT, and I think it might be interesting to those of us who own domain names as salable investments.

The free Webinar will cover detailed specifics on how to sell domains quickly and for maximum value, sharing all BuyDomains proven sales strategies and tactics, which are designed drive maximum domain sales velocity and price. BuyDomains and Afternic consistently report nice end user sales, and I believe this free webinar can be helpful to all of us.

You must sign up to participate.

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Learn the strategies that bring the fastest, most lucrative deals on domain names. Our “how to” webinar shows you exactly how it’s done.

We are often asked how BuyDomains and Afternic sell so many domain names at such high prices, week after week. On September 23rd, join us for a free webinar where we will share the strategies and tactics we use to deliver the results you read about each week.

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