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The Big 4: Top 4 Domain Sellers

Because the digital world is always changing, it’s important to know what the top domain sellers are doing with their portfolios to stay on top of the domaining game. We’ll take a look at the top four domain name sellers and explore what they’re doing with their domain portfolios.

HugeDomains #

HugeDomains is the top domain seller, offering over 8 million domain names to customers. They specialize in brandable and premium domain names, which can help businesses stand out and reach their target audience. Their portfolio includes the new domains from Dropcatch.com and Godaddy auctions, focusing on the generic (such as .com, .net, and .org).

When buying a domain from HugeDomains, customers can choose from different options, such as free payment plans (for 12 months with NameBright) and fast transfer out to Godaddy.They also offer discounts for bulk purchases if you are an old customer. I have bought 7 domains from hugedomains and asked for discounts before. Additionally, they have domain pricing automation, so you have the chance to find a potential domain at a wholesale price.

HugeDomains also has an active blog and social media accounts where customers can get advice on everything from choosing the right domain name to optimizing their website. Also, they have helpful customer service reps who are available for up to 48 hours to answer any questions or concerns.

BuyDomains #

BuyDomains is one of the best places to buy domain names, and it has a huge portfolio with more than 800,000 domains. The company prides itself on having one of the largest and most comprehensive selections of domains in the market, making it easy to find the perfect domain for any project or business. BuyDomains is now a part of domain.com, which offers domain registration, domain hosting, domain transfers, and website building services.

It is not easy to find the right domain due to the limit of 10 domains per page on the buydomains website. But their portfolio includes domains in many different categories, such as Business & Technology, Arts & Entertainment, and more. This makes sure that customers can find the domains in the right category for their projects. They offer the helpful feature “View More Like This” that can assist customers in finding their related domain.

Customers can purchase single domain names or entire portfolios. They also offer discounts for bulk purchases (10% the first time). You just say “Could I get a discount if I directly buy from BuyDomains instead of Afternic”. The team is made up of professionals with years of experience who help customers find the right domain for their business needs. This makes the company a great partner for any business, no matter how big or small, that wants to get a strong domain name.

BuyDomains sold over 5,210 domains in 2021 with a total dollar volume of $11.9 million. The average price of a domain was $2,288. However, in 2022  they just sold 4,216 domains with a total dollar volume of $9.7 million. Anyways, BuyDomains is still leading the pack in terms of value and quality, making them the go-to choice for those looking to purchase domains.

NameFind #

NameFind is the trade name of GoDaddy’s premium 500k+ domain portfolio segment. They specialize in domain sales, valuation, and portfolio management for companies, organizations, and individuals. They acquired Uniregistry, which had roughly 350,000 premium domain names that Frank Schilling had collected. NameFind uses Afternic as its primary sales channel. Before being made available to everyone, the buy-it-now Afternic landers were initially tested on the NameFind portfolio.

DomainMarket #

DomainMarket is one of the leading online marketplaces for buying premium domain names. In 2007, Mike Mann founded a brand-new premium domain business named DomainMarket. The number of names in the DomainMarket portfolio is likely 100000+. They only disclose a limited portion of select sales.Recently, I found DomainMarket listing AppleDevices.com for sale.

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