BuyDomains Offering Third Party Brokerage Service

Last week, I received an email from BuyDomains asking if I was interested in buying a valuable one word .com domain name owned by a third party. BuyDomains is a division of Endurance International Group that owns and operates a domain portfolio with hundreds of thousands of domain names. The company’s focus has been on selling its own inventory of domain names, but it is now offering a third party broker service. Domain registrants are now able to work with BuyDomains and its brokers to sell their domain names.

Karen Dixon, Vice President of Marketing at BuyDomains, shared the following information about the new service offering:

“The BuyDomains brokerage service provides owners of premium domains exposure to our extensive marketing channels, our customer base containing over 350,000 contacts, and expert sales team to manage the sale of your domain quickly and effectively.  We provide a personal sales executive to handle all inbound and outbound leads, and ensure you will receive the personalized attention needed to quickly drive a sale, at the highest price possible.

We start with a marketing strategy tailored to your target audience that will drive traffic to a customized landing page. Using the optimized lead form on the landing page, we will ensure the capture and delivery of qualified leads and convert them into a successful sale. Our team will guarantee that your domain name is live and active in the marketplace within days, while actively optimizing on each channel to increase the number of incoming leads.  BuyDomains is able to utilize the other Endurance brands in marketing and cross share any relevant information through our social media profiles, expanding the market reach for the brokered name.”

People who are interested in working with BuyDomains to sell their domain names should contact Sales Manager Keith Murphy at (781) 839-2821 or via email at I was told the commission structure will vary depending on the domain name. I presume the higher the value of the domain name the lower the commission percentage, but that is TBD. If you

Like most domain brokers, I would imagine BuyDomains will be particular about the domain names it chooses to bring to market.

If you have any questions about the brokerage service, feel free to post them in the comment section or reach out directly to the company.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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  1. only domainers are stupid enough to give 20-30% of their profits to such agencies, no other business extorts any such fee from any other party, expect payday cash loans.

  2. Not regarding this posting…

    Can you post a new vote regarding Crypto investing?

    I think you were very interested in the crypto business..

    Recently bitcoin price dropping…

    I’d like to know the domain investors are still interested in the crypto investing.


  3. I know everyone wanting to sell their domain name thinks it is great, but I have asked various brokers to sell 2 domains for me and the handful who are courteous enough to reply are negative.

    The domains I want to sell are 2 or 3 word .coms similar to ones I see listed by brokers for $xxxx or $xxxxx. I suspect that my request for outbound selling is too much work. They must prefer to make big commissions for very little work

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