Domain sales FAQ

Why should I spend more on a premium domain?

In short, it can have a very positive effect on your business.

A premium domain may provide better SEO, or a more memorable web address for your online venture. While a premium domain represents a bigger up-front investment than an available domain, the long-term payoff of having a perfect domain, rather than settling for something that isn’t quite right, can be substantial.

 

How much does a premium domain cost?

It depends. Various factors influence the perceived value of a domain name, including its length, memorability, and whether it contains one or more generic terms.

You can expect to pay anywhere from a few hundred dollars, to a few thousand.

 

Why are premium domains more expensive than ‘regular’ domains?

Premium Domains have intrinsic value because they are memorable, or generic in nature. That value comes in the form of improved search engine optimization (SEO). Often, these are domains that can be used to define a company’s brand, or provide an easy, memorable way for web surfers to find a company.

 

Do I have to pay a premium price to renew the domain?

No. The premium domain cost is a one-time payment to the current owner of the domain, much like a one-time payment made to purchase a used car. As the new owner of the domain, you are responsible for paying the standard renewal fee, as determined by the TLD category (.com, .ca etc.).

 

How long does the transfer process take?

Once a premium domain purchase is approved, the domain is instantly transferred to you as the new owner. You can begin using it immediately.

 

Can I buy premium names and resell them at a later date?

Absolutely! Once you own it, you are free to do with it what you will.

 

Can I pay in terms?

This can be arranged! Please tick the terms option when checking out HERE!