Sedo selects Nomer.com as a Strategic Partner in Brazil

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Sedo, world leader in the market for secure intermediation in the sale of domain names that have already been registered, has chosen the Brazilian company Nomer.com as its strategic partner in Brazil.

Sedo, world leader in the market for secure intermediation in the sale of domain names that have already been registered, has chosen the Brazilian company Nomer.com as its strategic partner in Brazil. Nomer.com is the first ICANN accredited Registrar in Latin America. The alliance allows internet users to consult, through Nomer.com's website, the over 6 million addresses in the database of registered domain names that are for sale through Sedo.com.br.

"The best names to be registered are becoming rare. As time passes, the tendency is for the secondary market to substitute the primary market in domain name registrations," said Ricardo Vaz Monteiro, executive director of Nomer.com. The secondary market for the purchase and sale of domains is going through a real boom that is being pushed by the appearance of sponsored links. Especially generic names that have direct type-in traffic (where the internet user types the name of the domain directly into the navigator) are becoming very valuable. Here are some sample sales:

1. Vodka.com        $3,000,000

2. Website.com     $750,000

3. Nav.no             $717,918

4. Annuity.com     $600,000

5. Gays.com         $500,000

6. Bike.com         $500,000

7. Blue.com         $500,000

8. Chat.de             $470,848

9. Hotels.eu         $329,509

10.Viajes.com        $300,000

Last year we have seen at Sedo an enormous growth in the Brazilian market, with more than one million registered domains, it is in fact our Latin America's premier market. We believe our partnership with Nomer will help us to consolidate our presence in Brazil, said Antonio Antonio Marzo Director of the Spanish and Latin American division at Sedo.

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