NameBio, the domain sales research tool, has launched a redesigned web site, greatly improving on its search features.
Adam Strong, owner and president of Strong, Inc., stated that NameBio.com users will experience an enhanced mobile web site, accuracy in comparable sales details, and more than twice the number of new domain sales added on daily basis.
Providing data for more than 245,000 domain sales, the NameBio database has grown to a cumulative sales total of more than $1.2 billion dollars.
The redesigned web site provides users the ability to search for comparable sales by any one of 10 primary categories and more than 250 subcategories, filtering the results.
Michael Sumner, domain investor, CTO and developer of the project, stated:
“We’ve keyword parsed and categorized the entire historical data set. For example, a user trying to find comps for a gambling-related domain can now search the Games >> Gambling category rather than searching by keyword for dozens of related phrases, such as casino, poker, blackjack, slots, bingo, lottery, or jackpot.
The ‘pattern search,’ which allows users to quickly find domains matching popular investment categories such as LLL, NNN, and CVCV, was also improved.”
Adam Strong says that NameBio.com has been a reliable and trusted source for finding comparable sales for nearly a decade.
The new strategic alliance, site enhancements and larger data set continue to provide that superior source that the domain name aftermarket has come to expect.
Unlike the previous version, the new NameBio web site requires no log-in as well.
For more information, visit NameBio.com
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