Guide in the domain market

As a business user (company, foundation, association, freelancer) or as a private person, you are looking for a suitable domain name for a well-founded price, with or without additional services. It is not immediately clear to everyone how the domain market works, such as how a valuation is determined, what existing domain names are (the so-called aftermarket), and who owns a domain name. Through extensive information and various services, we offer a helping hand in this regard.

For whom

For and by knowledge partners

Sharing information about the domain market is an important function of this portal. We offer partners the opportunity to offer knowledge and services. We support parties that offer domain names for sale. Together, we serve the domain name market in the broadest sense.

As an independent professional or as an agency, we offer you the opportunity to create a profile page. If you have a portfolio of domain names yourself, we offer you the possibility to give it to us for management. We help you find a suitable domain name for your client. We are also at your service for an estimate of the value of a domain name.


For domainers and brokers

If you have experience in domain name trading, consider partnering with For example, we offer you the option of linking your portfolio to our search function via an API, whether or not under your own name. We provide support in following up sales processes and help you with negotiations and pricing.

I am interested in a working together

I am looking for a good domain name

You have a great idea and are looking for a suitable domain name. There's a good chance that you'll find a great domain name via this portal.

For curators

The offered services are certainly of added value for a curator as well. Domain names and websites are increasingly found in a bankruptcy situation. It is not always clear what value this can represent. By using valuation or personal evaluation by an expert, curators get a reliable picture of the value of the digital estate.


Digital professionals

There are many parties directly and indirectly involved in catching and using a domain name, each with a certain expertise. To provide insight into this, we briefly describe the types of parties involved.


A registrar will register a domain name at the national registry (SIDN for .nl domain names). This can be a completely new name or an existing name that you have bought.

Hosting companies

If you want to go online with your domain name, you will need a hosting company. They ensure that your website is online and that you can use your own email addresses.


These are parties that offer domain names for sale, both on commission and from their own portfolio. You can often find these available domain names listed on marketplaces.

Digital agencies

If you are looking for a party that can guide you from A to Z with, for example, an online campaign that requires a special or temporary domain name, then you will need a digital agency.

Internet agencies

If you need a new website and complete expertise in optimising the site and possibly the webshop, internet agencies can help you.

Developers and designers

An independent developer will create your website technically so that it functions exactly as you want it to. An XD designer takes care of the "look and feel” and user experience (‘UX’) of your site.

SEO experts

In-depth knowledge of the internet and search engines such as Google can be found with SEO experts. They optimise texts, for example, and advise you on the findability of your website.


A marketer often takes a broader approach than just online. They also consider your offline profile and channels in their approach.

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Are you a digital professional or agency interested in working together with Dovendi? It all starts with a (virtual) cup of coffee. We would be happy to get to know you!

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