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DomainSherpa Review – Mar 11:,,

This is the show where we get into the minds of successful domain name investors – people we call Sherpas – and talk about the value of specific domain names. By listening to the Sherpas, we expand our thought process so we can become more successful investors ourselves.

In this DomainSherpa Review:

  • We learn what the Sherpas bought or sold recently:,,
  • An investor’s portfolio is appraised:,,…
  • Get your bids in soon for these NameJet auctions:,,…
  • And much more!

We’re joined by three Domain Sherpas: Doron Vermaat, Jeff Gabriel, Andrew Rosener.

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Andrew Rosener
Andrew Rosener
Andrew Rosener is the CEO of the industry-leading domain name broker Media Options.

Andrew is widely considered a thought leader and expert on domain name value & methodology as well as domain name sales & acquisitions. With 20 years experience with domain names, Andrew has leveraged his knowledge and expertise to make MediaOptions the go-to domain name firm for startup & company domain acquisitions as well as high value domain name sales.

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Doron Vermaat
Doron Vermaat
Doron Vermaat is the co-founder and head of product at, software that helps investors manage, market and monetize their domain name portfolio. He uses Efty to sell his brandable domain names, and his Efty-powered marketplace can be found at

Vermaat is also the publisher and owner of, a blog that focuses on the brandable domain name market and allows him to share his investing financials with other investors.

Prior to entering the domain name industry, Vermaat served in a number of business marketing and business development roles for technology startups in both Europe and Asia.

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Jeff Gabriel
Jeff Gabriel
Jeff brings extensive experience to any project in the domain name industry. He recently co-founded the brokerage firm, and prior to that was the Vice President of Sales at Uniregistry (formerly known as for 7 years. Formerly, Jeffrey was the President and Co-Founder of and was also a Domain Broker at Sedo. Jeffrey has contributed to over 250 million dollars in completed transactions while in the industry. His most notable sales include The Guinness World Record breaking sale of for $13,000,000 USD and the highest .Org sale ever, for $1,000,000 USD.

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7 Responses to “DomainSherpa Review – Mar 11:,,”

  1. Dave Tyrer says:

    Another great Sherpa show with top experts from different corners of the industry all happy to speak openly.

    There is always something to learn, for example I specialise in brandables but at a glance missed the value of the submitted domain But as soon as the sherpas pointed out the red stiletto metaphor I instantly saw the brand value.

    Another thing to watch out for in the shows is for snippets of information that might be revealed under the pressure of a live conference. So it was very interesting to hear Jeff Gabriel reveal the average sale price at Uniregistry. Hence I was able to compare it with my own 15 sales at Uni last year which averaged $5266.

    It’s also good to assess your own level of knowledge in comparison with industry experts. For example, the case of the amazing ten hour auction was mentioned but nobody knew much about it. But I already knew the back story of this unbelievable 35K auction from a NamePros story:

    Longest running drop auction? Five Nines

    The thread is fascinating to read because half way through the second highest bidder joined NP and gives a frank, running commentary on his viewpoint as an enduser.

    Finally, I’m surprised nobody asked Jeff about the plans at the Uniplex to leverage the formidable power of their new 370K domain name,

  2. Eric says:

    Thanks for another great show!

  3. tldboss says:

    Thanks Sherpas. Great show as always.

  4. albert says:

    Another Great Show Guys and of Course Tess.

    Here is that guy talking about free grants.

  5. Voor Doron ,groeten

  6. Bar says:

    Thanks for the review Sherpas! I always learn a lot.

    It made me rethink my pricing a bit. I’m willing to wait a little longer for a better price on my better names, so that’s why some of them are higher than expected. I also have a few “Hail Mary” names that I don’t mind sitting on forever.

    My lesser names, I will revisit the pricing. I think I’m at 2% sell through but I haven’t been in the game a year yet.

    Also very sad Drew didn’t love (just liked) “indispensary” I thought it was a home run haha. I guess I’ll wait 10 years for the market to mature to realize its value!

  7. Platey says:

    Ideal. Buyer for

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    Who likes a pint and in to horseracing etc

    Big ale could be the name of a racehorse

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