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Richard Lau’s latest venture: Logo.com

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Richard Lau is already busy launching NamesCon, a 900-strong domain conference in Las Vegas.

Savvy domain investors diversify and Logo.com is Lau’s latest project. Think of it as domain marketplace meets home staging.

It’s not about selling logos, it’s about about helping people visualize the domains that are available to purchase.

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Launched today with over 250,000 listings from Godaddy, DomainMarketplace and more, Logo.com provides a minimum of 4 logos on each listing to help visitors visualize how a domain name will look as a brand – similar to how realtors provide home staging to help buyers visualize how a home might look lived in.

Doing the math, that’s over 1 million logos, hence the name Logo.com.

Providing startups, app developers and businesses with brandable business names; all transactions are completed at the seller’s site, not at Logo.com.


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5 Responses to “Richard Lau’s latest venture: Logo.com”
  1. Neil says:

    If this article is indeed true then it is imperative that this website must have a better logo than it has now and also I am not sure on the revenue stream. Is it his domains he is pushing or all brandable domains listed for sale the writer has neglected to mention this in the article

  2. Anunt says:

    great domain logo.com … but your website looks like shit on my iPhone 6…
    meet up with namerific.com and learn something…good luck

  3. tony says:

    Interesting …… Interesting indeed.

  4. DomainGang says:

    Guys – Mamma said, if you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.

  5. Joshua Davis says:

    Interesting idea for a marketplace but I think the domain logo.com would be better suited to providing logo design services as it’s what end users expect when typing it in. I think the name is being under utilized by serving the much smaller domainer market and it will still take a lot of education to help end users understand what the site is even about. Tried using the contact form, but it doesn’t work.

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