Atom.com Introduces AtomConnect (Distribution Network) (1 Viewing)

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I have always believed that through collaboration, we can create something far greater than the sum of individual parts. Today, I’m thrilled to announce that we are making this vision a reality with the launch of AtomConnect.
5. AtomPay

AtomPay is a portable payment solution that you can set up and start using in minutes. Benefit from our trusted infrastructure and seamless domain transfer technology, including escrow services. Create a fully customizable button and easily integrate it into your website or landing pages. We handle all aspects of the transaction, from payment verification to domain transfers, all for a low 4.5% commission.
https://www.atom.com/blog/introducing-atomconnect/
 
Holy crap, if you can push a domain they just beat Efty to the punch and undercut Dan/Godaddy/Afternic by .5%
 
Ryan from DNWE wants to charge 15% commission for the new marketplace.

Atom's payout is quick just like how Dan was . Competition is good for domainers.
 
So how much is the commission to list on AtomConnect?

These all seem like great news, with "significant commissions" for MLS partners, but domainers always end up paying in the long run.

Nevermind, I just looked it up and the AtomPay commission rate will be 15%, just like GD, et al. :cautious:
 
If they're undercutting Dan at 4.5% commission for a imported lead, why not offer 14% for their MLS network to at least look like a viable alternative compared to GD/Afternic/Sedo/etc.?

But like everyone else, they post their lowest prices for the least-common outcomes, then jack it up with an MLS network "option" that cranks the commission up - remember when Efty pulled the exact same thing with their "partner network"?
 
If they're undercutting Dan at 4.5% commission for a imported lead, why not offer 14% for their MLS

That is actually a phenomenal idea

I bet they have not thought of it, the import a lead at 4.5% was probably given a lot of thought before being publicized.

Who knows, maybe we can see some competition in commissions moving forward.
 
Doesn't work for .ca domains, its around 6% once you factor in the exchange rate
 

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