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...]

Five figure domain sale : Using the Uniregistry secure checkout process

Since 2012, I've been using Uniregistry contact landers to promote the availability of my domain portfolio. The contact forms have changed over the years, and the Domain Name Sales system has become the Uniregistry Market. Although I self-broker my domains, I do assign domains selectively to … [Read more...]

Domain offers : The “school project” commentary is getting old

Plenty of domain inquiries that arrive at the Uniregistry Market come from sketchy accounts. Some use proxies, incomplete or made-up names, or other bogus contact information. Those, are easy to ignore quickly, without spending as much as a second on them. Then, there are the student … [Read more...]

Domain intelligence : Missing info on Uniregistry Market a glitch or a feature?

Happy New Year. We're getting closer to NamesCon 2017; during the domain conference, Uniregistry will be announcing its Uniregistry Market app, and lots of new features for its existing web and app platforms. It seems that DNS, the Domain Name Sales platform that served me and hundreds of … [Read more...]