GoDaddy “for sale” tweak leads to 41% more aftermarket sales revenue https://t.co/Hlt0UHdWkw
As far as end-user buyers go, most domains are being sold once. With that in mind, it’s not easy to compare past sales data – every domain has its unique, distinct characteristics and thus value. Sales revenue looks good for investors, what is interesting to domain sellers is the median price increase, in this case 7%. I don’t believe that a month’s worth of data is enough to deduce the effectiveness of the new system as far as sellers are concerned. Revisit this in a year to see how far the changes take sales. Sellers need to have the ability to control a lot of parameters of their domains, as they appear “for sale.” Personally, I’m not convinced that the new system provides any substantial improvement to the seller, other than a more clean and “fancy” sales pitch.