Domain offers : Minimum asking price is just that

Pricing domain names with a "minimum asking price" is an indication of least value. It is not, however, a selling price, and some domain buyers don't seem to understand that. At a time and era that domain name valuation becomes relevant when it arrives from a human, as opposed to an automated … [Read more...]

Domain inquiries : Turn off that autoresponder email

Communicating on a platform such as the Uniregistry Market can have its challenges. I recently mentioned how some inquiries assume the Uniregistry domain selling platform is a live chat of sorts; Uniregistry is currently working on adding a note that describes the response … [Read more...]

Hello? Are you there?

The Uniregistry Market is a clean, functional venue to sell your domain names; whether they are at Uniregistry - the registrar - or elsewhere. I've been using its predecessor, Domain Name Sales, since its opening to the public in 2012; the Uniregistry Market and its associated apps for iOS and … [Read more...]

Proxy domain inquiries on the increase in 2017

Domain inquiries that utilize proxy third parties, are on the increase this year. Seemingly innocent queries attempt to approach domain owners, on behalf of larger entities. By using proxy domain buyers, a company can save thousands, sometimes millions of dollars. Whether these inquiries … [Read more...]

Beware of inquiries from sources using previously existing company domains

These days, inquiries that seek to profit from the good name of a previously existing company's domain are on the rise. Here's how it works. Speculators, with an apparent need for anonymity and trust, find and register domains that once belonged to large, real life corporations. For … [Read more...]