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Domain news for Blue: Best domain deals 2015 & numeric .com auction starting February 25

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2016 | 02
Dear Blue,
We’re excited to share our first edition of the Sedo newsletter with top sales of 2015, predictions for 2016, our upcoming numeric auction, insights on the surge of Buy Now pricing as well as our regular features: BuyNow Bargains, Broker Recommendations, the Sedo Event calendar and more.

Enjoy reading!

Best regards,
Your Sedo Team
1. Best BuyNow Bargains
2. 2015 Top Domain Name Sales
3. 2016 Domain Name Biz Predictions
4. BuyNow is more popular than ever
5. Numeric dotCom Auction starts Feb. 25
6. Sedo Broker Recommendations
7. Meet us at Conferences & Events
8. Exclusive Premium Domains
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1. 2015 Top Domain Name Sales
Leading Sedo’s public sales list for 2015 is, which closed at $500,000 stealing the top honors from at $300,000. .Com names reigned supreme but the biggest headline maker was the demand for short and numeric sales within the Chinese market... More

2. 2016 Domain Name Biz Predictions
Be sure to check out the annual predictions podcast from Domain Name Wire featuring insights from prominent business leaders among the domain name industry including our own Sedo CEO Tobias Flaitz... Listen here

3. BuyNow is more popular than ever

A hot discussion item in the domain industry is whether it is wise to use a fixed price or not when selling domains. Indicators over the last seven years show that domain sellers are converting sales quicker by electing the BuyNow pricing method... More

4. Numeric dotCOM Auction starts Feb. 25
In 2015, numeric domain names sold more than ever before. Sedo will continue to foster this momentum with a special .com auction featuring numeric .com domains between 4-6 numbers long starting February 25... Inventory
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February 1 - 2, 2016 | Domain pulse | Lausanne, Switzerland
Matthias Meyer-Schoenherr Stilianos Efthimiadis Marc Stepken  
February 23 - 24, 2016 | SURGE | Bangalore, India
Sophie Pieck Brian Michitti Dima Beitzke  
March 1 - 2, 2016 | CMC | Munich, Germany
Dima Beitzke Christoph Holler  

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