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...]

Uniregistry App : Very useful, very dangerous

During last year's summer, I had to drag along an aged laptop to the beach house, just to keep up to the release of previously reserved domains. When typing on an old VAIO was not possible, I used my Samsung Galaxy S3, another aged relic, to log into my Uniregistry account. It took a lot of … [Read more...]