If you’ve been in this industry for more than a few months then you know Adam Strong, Domain Agents, and Namebio. Namebio was one of the first and largest historic domain name sales database on the Internet. It is the database of which all historic name sales databases are built on whether admittedly or not (my words, not Namebio’s) . So large, that it recently passed the $1 billion dollars mark of total sales results. And now Adam has teamed up with Michael Sumner to make it even easier to use. Congrats to Adam and the team. Here is the official announcement sent from good old Central Illinois.
SPRINGFIELD, IL, February 17, 2015 —
Adam Strong, President of Strong Inc., today announced a strategic alliance between NameBio.com and veteran domain investor and developer Michael Sumner to unveil a re-vamped and re-energized website. The historical domain name sales database at NameBio.com provides a trusted and reliable resource for domain name investors to research comparable domain name sales.
Improvements for NameBio.com users include an enhanced mobile experience, more accurate comparable sales on domain details pages, and more than double the number of new sales added daily. The addition of more data has grown the database to a number eclipsing more than $1 Billion in aftermarket domain name sales.
The new website gives users the ability to search for comparable sales by any one of 10 primary categories and more than 250 subcategories. “We’ve keyword parsed and categorized the entire historical data set. For example, a user trying to find comps for a gambling-related domain can now search the Games >> Gambling category rather than searching by keyword for dozens of related phrases, such as casino, poker, blackjack, slots, bingo, lottery, or jackpot.” stated Sumner. The “pattern search,” which allows users to quickly find domains matching popular investment categories such as LLL, NNN, and CVCV, was also improved.
“A reliable and trusted source for finding comparable sales is an important part of the domain name aftermarket ecosystem,” said Strong “NameBio.com has been that source for nearly a decade. The new strategic alliance, site enhancements and larger data set continue to provide that superior source that the domain name aftermarket has come to expect.”