Better name, better business
There are only so many meaningful words and phrases in any language. More than 200 million domain names are currently registered, and only a small fraction are premium or generic. For this reason, the owners of premium names are standouts.
Intel owns PC.com. CNN owns money.com. It’s the difference between being a face in the crowd, and being the face of an industry.
Today’s undeveloped domain name
is tomorrow’s million dollar platform.
The process of obtaining that domain name begins with a simple submission of an inquiry, or by calling our brokerage team at 1-800-818-1828. DomainNameSales represents hundreds of clients all over the world, and our platform is home to millions of domain names. Our brokers are available to assist you with any questions you may have along the way.
How can I make an inquiry on a domain name?
How do I pick a good domain name?
Why do some domain names not have a price?
The domain name I want is priced too high. Can I make an offer?
The actual process of purchasing a domain name is similar to purchasing other types of property. Offers made online will be automatically assigned to a broker. Your broker will contact the seller of the name on your behalf, facilitate communication and relay offers made between both parties. We have found that this method leads to higher customer satisfaction, avoids delays, and eliminates common language barriers.
How do I negotiate for a domain name?
How much can I expect to pay?
The price is fair, but too expensive. What can I do?
DomainNameSales offers multiple forms of payment for our customers. We accept bank wire, checks, VISA, Mastercard, American Express and Discover Card.
All checks must be cleared before domain is transferred, and DomainNameSales requires a matching photo identification as well as credit card authorization form.
DomainNameSales is also fully integrated with Escrow.com. Escrow.com is the largest licensed escrow service on the internet. Escrow.com has cleared more than two billion dollars in transactions, and is used by companies such as GoDaddy, eBay, and AutoTrader.
And that’s it. You are officially a premium domain owner.
Once your payment is received and verified, we will transfer the domain’s WHOIS record to you. The WHOIS record acts as the title or property deed to your domain name, and verifies your ownership of the registration. If you elected to purchase your domain name using the DomainNameSales payment plan, the domain name’s WHOIS record will be changed to reflect our maintenance of the domain name until the name’s final payment has been made.
Whether you pay for your purchase upfront or over time, DomainNameSales will provide you the tools to subsequently manage your name. From there you can update the domain name’s host-names allowing you or your hosting company to make the name go live on the web and establish email at your new domain name.