There are a million ways to get your name out in our industry but DomainNameSales got to the front page the old fashioned way. They outperformed everyone. Schilling has been outperforming everyone for years but he made a move this week that will change the domain industry as we know it. What was it?
He reported sales prices to Ron Jackson and DNJournal. Prior to this week, DNS was only reporting ranges. Now they are releasing exact prices and those prices have single handily dominated the weekly charts. He starts off his first week reporting with a cool $1 million dollar sale of personalloans.com and ends with a ton other names in the top 25. With seven of the top 10 there isn’t much room for anyone else.
If for some crazy reason people didn’t know the power of Domain Name Sales they certainly do now. It’s great for our industry to have real sales numbers released publicly. It defines the value of our domains. Its not as if DNS needed any more publicity, but boy did they get it this week. To the point where all the other domain selling companies can hope and pray they can move names like Big Frank.