How Matthias Conrad views the domain aftermarket so far.
Matthias Conrad joined Sedo as its new CEO at the beginning of the year. On this show, Matthias talks about his impression of the domain aftermarket—and Sedo—after about half a year on the job. Conrad explains how he thinks Sedo can improve, what the aftermarket needs to take it to the next level, and some data including Sedo’s median domain sales price.
Also: Change at the top at GoDaddy, MicroStrategy’s domain profit, premium domain sales, end of an era at Uniregistry, ICANN’s “sort of” response to ICA.
This week’s sponsor: Name.com.
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it would be great if SEDO could offer also some sort of “subscription business”.
Call it “RENT TO OWN” of Domains.
If HugeDomains and EPIK can do it, why not SEDO ?
See this thread here:
I think SEDO should also experiment with Blockchain-contracts, similar as DAN.com is doing, otherwise it will be very hard for SEDO in the near future.
Just listened to this one…
few good changes..minimum fee removal…
Surely they are trying…good.
I don’t understand their rules for great domains auction….i never able to get even a single name into this auction…I can think its quality problem…thats what they select as the reason in email.
But when I see the names listed in that auction some are totally opposite of their quality criteria they said following to accept names…may be some staff listing names…favors…after seeing several terrible names i came to this thought.
can’t confirm though…