Relentlessness : A chief characteristic of the Uniregistry brokers

Closing on a five figure domain deal via Uniregistry's domain marketplace isn't new to me; I've been using the platform since its beta stages in 2012. In the past, I raved about the ability that Uniregistry brokers possess to turn dead-end deals into completed sales. This time around, the … [Read more...]

Uniregistry : I’d rather have an aggressive broker, than a pushover

Recently, I read through a discussion thread over at NamePros, about how a - presumably - Uniregistry broker filtered the lowball offers of the person complaining. In a nutshell, the broker wasn't presenting the offers to the domain's owner, because they were too low. In doing so, the complainant … [Read more...]

Uniregistry Bug Squad : Membership is limited

I've been using the Uniregistry domain services since 2012, once domain parking and the selling platform opened to the public. As an early adopter of the platform, I helped test the services provided on their web and application, becoming an official beta-tester. No application is perfect, and … [Read more...]

Domain brokerage : Communication is the key element

As with every personal and professional exchange, the core element for success is communication. Establishing a set of rules on any transaction, domain brokerage included, ensures that things will go smoothly. The primary platform for my "for sale" domain portfolio has been Uniregistry, since … [Read more...]

Five years at Uniregistry : “Dick move” examples when negotiating on a domain

Since November 2012, I've been using the Uniregistry Market to monetize and sell my domain portfolio. When I joined the parking and selling platform, it was called Domain Name Sales. Whether I sell directly, or opt to utilize the capable brokers at Uniregistry, depends on several … [Read more...]