Saw.com founder Jeffrey Gabriel was interviewed by DomainSherpa.com to discuss GoDaddy’s acquisition of Brandsight and Uniregistry. In the interview, he talks about potential product changes and future effects this will have on the domain industry. Specifically, Jeff touches on from his point of view what will happen with some of the services Uniregistry offers. Specifically, payment plans, self brokerage product, and the team in general.
Amanda Waltz, Saw.com co-founder, explains that, in addition to fielding inbound inquiries on behalf of FMA, Saw.com is “offering FMA outbound targeted marketing to companies and VC channels, for an opportunity to purchase these amazing properties. We have a team of talented story building sales experts who are bringing these assets to market in a meaningful way. We expect to do this for other similar portfolios in the coming months as well.
Saw.com, specialists in acquisitions, sales, appraisals, and portfolio management services, announced the launch of Saw.com in 2020. The team is led by Jeffrey Gabriel and Amanda Waltz, well-known domain brokers with years of experience and success in the industry. The team offers a wealth of expertise, strong relationships, and unmatched experience to provide customers with personal service to understand business goals and needs to further brand online presence.
Brooke Hernandez is no stranger to the domain industry, having worked in acquisitions, divestments, branding, and domain consulting at Uniregistry and DomainAdvisors (Igloo.com) before that. Her eight years of domain sales experience have included many notable sales, the most memorable for Brooke being, Peepers.com, Presto.com, Lymo.com, ReverseMortgages.com, Soar.com, and Vacation.Rentals.
Saw.com founder Jeffrey Gabriel and co-founder Amanda Waltz were recently featured in an article on dnjournal.com discussing the launch of Saw.com. Ron Jackson explains that Jeff and Amanda’s past success in the domain industry should prepare them for a bright future as they launch their new company. Saw.com enters the domain industry with existing domain leadership and expertise and plans to build its business with an emphasis on personal relationships.