Sedo pays really, really fast for domain auctions

As a domain investor, when I sell a domain name through a third party platform, I'm eager to get paid for the digital asset I provided, as fast as possible. Our interconnected world offers a number of monetary exchange platforms that are designed to offer speed, security - and usually not both at … [Read more...]

Sedo : Maybe the domain seller *is* on vacation

At Uniregistry Market, an ongoing joke is about brokers asking the other party - typically, the buyer - whether they are on vacation. While that statement intends to gauge a response due to its mild but effective non-PC manner, there are times that the statement is true. During a recent domain … [Read more...]

Kudos to Sedo for their Chinese domain market awareness

Despite having moved all my domains out of Sedo three years ago, I still buy domains at their marketplace. Recently, I completed an acquisition of a generic domain via Sedo, from domains in their owned inventory. Curious about what other domains they are offering, I was able to locate several … [Read more...]

A domain Escrow process for non-profits : Autism.Rocks aftershocks

It seems that the domain community is "up in arms" about the way the sale of Autism.Rocks was handled by Sedo. Fact-checking isn't always the norm in the domainer village, and Sedo was quickly demonized over their 15% sales fee charge instead of a 3% escrow charge. A lot of "hindsight 20/20" … [Read more...]

Reg fee domainer?

I must say that taking Sunday off worked for the most part; I focused on relaxing and lounging in order to energize for the busy week ahead. Then I went back to reading the 'Sunday paper' - I mean, domainer blogs - and the one about Internet Traffic not paying less than $100 per pay period caught … [Read more...]