Just ask Escrow that handles a superb ratio of the private domain transactions.
Afternic and Sedo release weekly sales reports that are carried widely by various of domain blogs.
However the public domain sales figures finished to only take up 10% or so of the whole domain sales market.
Quantities of private domain sales are going on with the assistance of Escrow and the vast majority of domain transactions Escrow handles are with end users, which means these domain transactions will never be made public.
The writer reached out to the President Brandon Abbey of Escrow to find out what he is considering thus far. He recapped 2012 is off to an incredible beginning.
Escrow’s year-to-date domain transactions are increased by 29% in comparison to the same period in 2011. Domain performance rised by an astounding 45% together with the average transaction size up 13%.
The writer does not think this is the right case of Escrow winning more market share. As a matter of fact, Escrow has already been the tycoon to purely play domain name transactions.
Although .com still dominates the domain industry, Abbey added that ccTLD transactions are going up significantly as well recently.
Good luck to all Domainers!
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