Sedo Press Service: Backlinks from a Major Domain Company to Domain Industry Blogs

"Sedo Press Service"
With more than 1.4 million member accounts from around the world, Sedo is the world's leading marketplace for domain names. Sedo's own Press Service backlinks to Domain Industry blogs including the popular DNJournal written by Ron Jackson.

If you weren’t aware of Sedo’s Press Service, it’s a page on Sedo’s website that provides up-to-date news on hot topics and domain industry trends.

The page includes backlinks to a number of Domain Industry stories written by bloggers listed on Francois Carrillo’s – including Mike Berkens’, Elliot Silver’s and a number of other sources including Business Wire. 

If you are planning on starting a blog or whether you already write a blog, getting backlinks from a reputed company like Sedo can help you get traffic and it’s great overall exposure for your website.

Our recent story on the sale of for $17,000 and other interesting sales was well received by Sedo, judging by the backlink on Sedo’s Press Service page.

Starting a Domain Industry Blog

While there’s no shortage of blogs written about SEO and web development, there is a shortage of blogs covering the Domain Industry. 

If you want to start a blog, one of the first steps to building an audience is getting listed on  Getting listed isn’t free, but it’s well worth the cost, as Francois Carrillo’s website aggregator will keep readers returning to your site, again and again.

To submit your blog for consideration to, email [email protected]


We’ve Soft Launched One of Our First Big Sites:

"Student Loan center"We haven’t made a big marketing push yet to Banks or Issuers, but we’ve soft launched the Student Loan Center site so we can work on SEO and uploading content. 

We acquired on the domain aftermarket last year and even the type-in traffic is over a thousand visitors each month.  If you’re a domainer or webmaster and have advice on the best way to get quality listings, we’d love to hear from you.

We also acquired, shortly after we picked up the .com on NameJet. 

Obviously, the biggest challenge will be ensuring we have high quality listings and resources on the website, so we can have a trustworthy brand and that’s what we’re striving to do.  We were going to use our ‘Commission Junction’ account to post affiliate ads, but on the advice of other Domainers, we decided against it since we could probably generate more revenue through direct advertising.

The site has a long way to go, but if you have time, we’d appreciate your feedback.