AMSTERDAM – September 07, 2015 – The domain name marketplace Undeveloped.com today announces rolling out a new gTLD service to more registries. After a successful pilot with the .Amsterdam extension Undeveloped now aims to provide its premium gTLD domain services to the next batch of registries.
“We create organic channels to attract the right buyer by setting unique, branded parking pages and the tech they need to transact, negotiate and come to terms with interested parties. We take care of the process of creating the premium lists for gTLD’s, pricing them and eventually selling the domains. We also provide hands on services to broker deals for them,” said Reza Sardeha, Undeveloped’s co-founder and CEO.
Unlike any other marketplace Undeveloped provides new gTLD registries with the option of owning a white labeled marketplace where the registry can sell its premium domains while maintaining its own identity and brand. Next to that Undeveloped’s domain consultants will be at the disposal of the registries and provide active brokerage services.
“Our goal is to initiate long term partnerships with the new extension owners and help them monetize their premium assets. We truly believe in our model so we provide all of our services for free and only charge a success fee on any sold domain,” said Reza Sardeha.
Undeveloped is a unique domain name marketplace where domain buyers and sellers connect to each other. Our buyer oriented marketplace shines a light on transactions as it lets you interact directly with the seller so you can quickly close negotiations. Allowing full transparency in all your transactions, this marketplace has helped our customers increase revenue by 50%+ month on month quickly and at the right price. Today Undeveloped provides access to millions of domains allowing anyone to find and secure the name for their next project or business.
Buy and sell your domain names at https://undeveloped.com
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Company Name: Undeveloped
Contact Person: Reza Sardeha
Country: United States