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DomainNameSales increases sales commissions

According to the news from Domain Forum of China on April 10th,rate increased to 15%, in line with competitors. is increasing the fee it charges for brokering a sale from 12.5% to 15.0%. The commission applies to existing negotiations for which a deal hasn’t been reached.

In justifying the price increase, DNS VP of Sales Jeff Gabriel wrote:

Over the past 90 days we have added 5 new Domain Brokers – two are fluent in Mandarin, three have backgrounds in Hi-Technology, Advertising, and Engineering Sales. Our new team members allow us to extend our reach into new markets and industry verticals, and to do a better job for you. The total number of in-house brokers at DNS is now 24 – who speak more than 10 languages, and are available from 7AM-9PM M-F CST, to work on your leads.

The commission rate is in line with other brokerage-assisted services, such as those offered by Sedo. The company increased its commission from 10% to 12.5% in August 2013.

The platform does not require clients to use its brokerage services. Clients can negotiate sales themselves without paying a fee.

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