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October 12, 2012

Sedo Launches for gTLD Users

A generic top-level domain (gTLD) is a category of top-level domains (TLDs), which is maintained by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA). These domain names are used in the Domain Name System of the Internet. It can be seen by Internet browsers as the suffix at the end of a domain name.

Recently, Sedo, a domain marketplace and monetization provider, introduced various new services that cater to the requirements of gTLD users. These new services include the availability of premium reserve list selection, sunrise and landrush auctions, and private string contention auctions.

Making it easier for prospective buyers and sellers to get the domain names of their choice to make their businesses successful, Sedo’s marketplace allows the buyers and sellers to connect with each other.

The company has support staff in 30 different countries who can converse in more than 25 languages. The company has the required experience to support the important introduction of new gTLDs into the very root of the Internet.

“With a variety of new gTLDs planned for release, such as .web, .music, or .green, applicants will need trustworthy, experienced partners for assistance in establishing their domains and laying the groundwork for them to become household names,” added Tobias Flaitz, Sedo’s CEO. “Sedo has a greater legacy of success and experience than any other company in the domain industry, which makes us the perfect partner for new gTLD owners looking to get ahead of the competition.”

Recently, the company partnered with Go Daddy, a provider of Web hosting, domain name registrations and new SSL Certificates.

Edited by Brooke Neuman

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