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Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Madison Ave Upstarts "Buying" Rather Than "Building" Their Own Brands. But For Clients?

The new Madison Ave upstarts (few of which are located on Madsion Avenue or even in New York City for that matter) have been flocking to Domain Name Sales, spending upwards of $10K to buy their new brand rather than build it.

Question is will they adopt this practice when trying to name or brand new clients?

Even so show this proof that ad agencies are buying their own names, what does that say for the value of a good dot COM?

Here's a few recent sales:

@5-10K Names Fine Digital Ad Agency and a branding trend on Domain Name Sales $3,600        $3-5k  (Marketing Agency) sold for $18K  (Schaffer)
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For example the best buy was, an upgrade to their current

I don't think the owner would have let this go for $3-5K if he knew it was going to someone like Ogilvy, a marketing agency
Will any of these DNS March sales brand agencies or clients of the above agencies? $3-5K 20-50K  (Schaffer) $10-20K (APP $3-5K  (JR Mats)  $5-10K $3-5K $5-10K $20-50k USD  $5-10K  (Blue Earth Nutrition) $3-5K  $20-50K  $5-10K $5-10K $10-20k USD  (Corporation Service Co) $10-20K (Ferber)  $3-5K  NDA $20-50K (Chad Folk) $10-20K  $10-20K (Schaffer) $3-5K  $3-5K

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