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Go Daddy Suggests Domain Sellers Use the Super Bowl Bump

January 31, 2011Domain Sales, Domaining, Domainnamewire, go daddy, go daddy premium listings, super bowl commercialComments Off on Go Daddy Suggests Domain Sellers Use the Super Bowl Bump

Company touts Premium Listings ahead of Super Bowl commercials.

On Super Bowl Sunday traffic will flood to as millions of guys decide they want to get teased by possibly naked pictures of Danica Patrick and Jillian Michaels.

Some of them will buy domain names, and that’s good news for you.

Today the company put out a press release touting its Premium Listings and suggesting that Super Bowl traffic will drive more premium listing sales.

I’m a fan of this service, which lets you offer your domains for sale at buy-now prices within the registration path at Go Daddy.

The press release touts two large domain sales enabled by Premium Listings — for “more than” $18,000 and for $12,000.

You can create Premium Listings for .com, .net, .org, and now .co domains. The latter might not be a bad idea given that one of Go Daddy’s commercials on Sunday will feature .co.

So far my top sale through Premium Listings is $4,000, but I’m not complaining.

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