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.Club sells 39 premium domains worth $150k (with the new financing & broker program)

During NamesCon in Las Vegas .Club launched some new things at www.get.club:

  • Universal .CLUB Search – search for any .CLUB domain and get WHOIS information if it is registered, or find easy purchase options if the name is available.
  • 60-Month, 0% Interest Financing on Premium Names – Get a great, brandable premium name for as low as $16 per month.  Use the name for your website or business as soon as you make your first payment. Cancel anytime with no penalty. (Financing plans available for names priced at $1,000 or more, sold directly at get.club only.)
  • .CLUB Broker Program – Are you a domain investor or broker? Apply for your unique .CLUB Broker Code at get.club/broker and earn easy commissions while providing value to your clients.

.Club says that the reaction to the Premium Name Financing and Broker Program has been fantastic. The results are in and the first week far exceeded the registry’s expectations.

First 7 days:

  • 39 Premium Names Sold.
  • $149,480 total value of names (after broker discounts).
  • 95% (37 names) chose the financing option.
  • 43.6% (17 names) were bought or sold by Broker Program participants.

“The goal of us offering financing is to make great, brandable .CLUB premium names affordable for end-users – especially small businesses and entrepreneurs. With the Broker Program, domain investors and brokers can more easily market and sell .CLUB premium names to their clients, passing along savings and the financing option.”, said the registry.

Sold.Domains

About Konstantinos Zournas

Konstantinos studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London and lives in Athens, Greece. He works on domain names, websites and software development. Has been online since 1995 & domaining since 2002.

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