Domain Industry News

Undeveloped Rebrands as & Announces Major Platform Changes


Undeveloped, a domain name sales platform and marketplace, announced it was undergoing a rebranding. The company will now be known as, which stands for Domain Automation Network. The news was announced in a press release this afternoon, and additional commentary about the rebrand was also announced in a Medium blog post written by founder Reza Sardeha.

This is not a simple rebrand and logo update. The company has big aspirations to change how domain name deals are conducted – from sales to lease deals, and even fractional domain name ownership. Here’s an excerpt from the press release that provides a high level look at what the company plans to accomplish with its Domain Automation Network: to be Launched by Peter Askew


Late last week, Peter Askew announced that he was readying the beta version of, a business that aims to help parents find a venue for their children’s birthday parties. When the site goes live later on this Summer or early Fall, parents in Atlanta, Nashville, and Charlotte will be able to use to help plan their next birthday party, with more cities coming in September: Removes Prices from Landing Pages


About a month ago, I noticed a change to the standard landing pages. Mike Mann added a photo of domain broker Tracy Fogarty along with her contact information. It was similar in fashion to how some real estate agents present their home listings and business cards.

Yesterday evening, I noticed a small in scale but major change that seems to have been implemented across the board on domain name landing pages. Check out the screenshot of

Clarivate Analytics Hiring Corporate Account Manager, Domain


Clarivate Analytics, the parent company of domain management firm MarkMonitor, posted a job opening for a Corporate Account Manager related to domain names. The job opportunity might be of interest to a reader who has domain industry experience and expertise. The job will be based out of the company’s Boise, Idaho service center.

Efty Acquires DomaHub


Efty announced that it acquired a company called DomaHub, a domain name management and sales platform. The acquisition news was announced in a blog post published this morning by Efty Co-Founder Doron Vermaat. The acquisition price was not shared by either company, but I was told that DomaHub has a couple hundred customers. Adds Tracy Fogarty to Listings


I was checking out a domain name listed for sale via, the domain name marketplace owned and operated by industry veteran Mike Mann. When I visited the landing page, I noticed something I had not seen before on’s landing pages that I thought was an interesting approach similar to what real estate agents do with their listings:

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