Greatresponder.com on Sep 07, 2012 : UK based web hosting provider company ‘Heart Internet’ has announced on Thursday September 5, 2012 that they have started a new feature in their web hosting control panel. This feature would allow the web hosting customers to sell out their unwanted and excessive domain names to other customers. This was announced by the company on its news blogs this week. Now, the customers can sell their unwanted domain names before they are expired and valuable resource is surrendered to the registrars.
It was further explained in the blog post by the company that now customers can sell their all types of domains like .com, .net, .org, .info, .buzz, .co and others, which were either renewed or registered earlier than May 31, 2012. The prices of domain names – especially .com and .net are getting costlier day by day and just wasting these domains would not be prudent decision; therefore web hosting heart internet has decided to provide the opportunity to the customers to sell those domains at premium rates of their choice. This would earn good money for the customers who possess the registration of these domains and are not used yet.
In blog statement Mr. Jonathan Brealey the director at Heart Internet web hosting company said, “The option to sell your domain gives customers the chance to make money on domains they no longer want, rather than just wait for it to run down and expire. Lots more people are prepared to buy domains at a higher rate in order to secure the ideal name for their website, this feature allows our customers to take advantage of that demand.”
By this new feature, the potential buyers would see available domain names through their searches and once they decide to buy; the party who possesses it is notified and subsequently he/she earns reasonable profits.
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