Located in General Domain Discussion started by tomcarl, Jun 12, 2019.
Exactly, that should be 10% as well.
Everyone I know hates that feature, someone here actually started a thread about it, and you have to use the work around to bring the offer page up on every name you want to look at to see where the seller is from etc.. It's how we have reported names stolen, because the seller info didn't add up from where the name was previously.
If someone lands on that sales page and decides to enter a keyword in the big search field above, do they see domain results from the same seller or do they see domains from other sellers that might be of similar or better quality?
I think arguably the biggest innovation in the past decade has been the emergence and success of the brandable marketplaces.They have provided an effective interface between domainers and startup owners. SquadHelp innovated with idea of group contributions to requests (as well as now traditional marketplace). I see more room for specialized brandable marketplaces.
As others have mentioned Efty is unique in what it offers for domain portfolio management and direct selling by the domainer. Efty continues to improve and innovate and will emerge.
Undeveloped, with arguably faster and more personal response to transactions and payout, acceptance of all TLDs (or almost all), no minimum commission, and fantastic landers different from what Sedo and Afternic offered was an innovation. They have probably been the push for recent improvements at both Sedo and Afternic. Apparently they are making a big announcement today (they posted on Twitter yesterday).
While its value is hotly debated, one can argue that the integration of automated valuation with Afternic/GD is an innovation. Stats show that for them it does result in more sales closing.
I think Park.io has shown there is a place for auction/sales platforms that cater to a narrow part of the market. I would like to see more of them.
I think Dofo is an important innovation, in that it is now easy to find domains across many different marketplaces in one search.
NameBio remains a vital tool, and the subscription plans have offered new abilities such as export, search for sales below $100, etc.
The UDRP rulings database is an important tool (note I have not used it personally).
I like a lot the direction NameWorth is going in with a strong link between different price levels and the probability and type of sale. They have overcome one of the problems with the older automated tools.
So while always room for lots more innovation, I think that a rather surprising amount of positive change has emerged over the years.
I think Dan.com at this moment in time is the clear winner in terms of updates and innovation, the kicker is they managed to integrate blockchain technology into their marketplace....and it works...amazingly well. Sales close in just a few hours, you can see what names are popular by views(like brandable marketplaces), you can see top sellers, you can even see which names just sold.
Seriously though, I sold a name and was paid out in less than 24 hours, the domain transfer was taken care of by a bot and they pay out in Fiat/Paypal/BTC and ETH and if I ever needed the help of a human I literally just had to @ them in my transaction center, which was literally just a pop up conversation between me and the Dan bot.
What they've done is set a new standard and everyone else has to step up or be left behind.
@Sedo I have some domains parked with you with ads clicked by visitors, how do I find out what keywords are clicked? Been looking high and low but I still couldn't find it. Not sure if I overlooked it, or is there no way to find out?
Thanks for your question.
I am sorry but parking stats showing exactly which keywords are clicked on are not recorded in your Sedo account. Only the click itself is registered.
If you have any further questions then feel free to email us on [email protected] and we will be happy to help.
All the best,
It's a shame @Sedo dns goes to a confusing parking page, instead of a formal lander.
Because sedo's platform is quite formal and professional.
What a waste.
Thanks for your comment.
If you do not wish to have a parking page displayed on the domain, you are able to set Sedos offer page as a landing page. If you are interested in doing this or want more information then please email us [email protected].
All the best.
Thanks. Is there a simpler way to do this to my profile rather than having to forward each domain to respective offer page?
Separate names with a comma.