Saw.com adds both i.co.uk and i.uk to the extensive list of high-value domain names sold on behalf of numerous clients. These domain names most recently include, Virtual.com, Experience.com, Research.com and Event.com. Our team of experienced domain name brokers are highly sought after.
As we’ve touched on many times on this blog, the importance of a great domain name cannot be stressed enough. Premium .com domains that are short, memorable, and easy to pronounce are the gateway to near limitless potential for your business. That said, acquiring an affordable name that checks all of those boxes is not the easiest task.
In February, Saw.com and Efty announced the beginning of an exciting partnership. A global leader in domain brokerage services teaming with the worlds largest commission-free domain name marketplace. The partnership is a crucial addition to the domain name space. It combines the expertise of two strong leaders in the domain industry to create an elevated experience for all clients.
You’re starting a business or undergoing a rebrand, and you’ve come up with the perfect domain name. Only problem? The domain is already registered. In this case, you have one of two options – you can either choose an alternative domain name, or you can fork up the cash to the current owner. If your heart is set on your first choice, this article will explain how you can go about buying the domain.
Saw.com CEO and Co-Founder Jeff Gabriel has years of experience sourcing talent in the domain industry. He has hired brokers, writers, copy-editors, graphic designers, website designers, programmers, etc. So what’s the secret to hiring a quality team? To Jeff, it’s important to cast a wide (think global) net when searching for talent.
A common debate in the domain name market is whether to purchase a branded domain (zazzle.com) or a keyword domain (shoes.com). There are opportunities and potential drawbacks to each decision, and a lot of the time, buying a domain will depend on your specific circumstances. This article provides an overview of keyword domains and the benefits of owning a keyword domain name.