Helping to facilitate the $600,000 acquisition of Carrot.com was Name Ninja, a Toronto-based domain name brokerage firm that helps global companies acquire already-registered domain names.
“This was a smart and bold move by Carrot since the company now owns the definitive Carrot domain name,” said domain name expert and Name Ninja founder Bill Sweetman, who brokered the Carrot.com deal.
For more about the Carrot.com acquisition brokered by Name Ninja, visit the links below.
Read about the five-year journey that lead to the purchase of Carrot.com:
Oregon company pays $600,000 for Carrot.com domain name
Listen to this podcast interview with Carrot CEO Trevor Mauch:
Why this company paid $600k for Carrot.com – DNW Podcast #231
Watch this video by Carrot about why they bought the domain name:
Announcement: Going All-In On Our Brand With Carrot.com
Carrot provides software and training that helps real estate agents and investors generate more inbound leads online. Carrot's flagship system is a lead generation website system that helps businesses rank well in Google, convert visitors to leads, and nurture those leads into sales.
About Name Ninja
Name Ninja is one of the world’s only independent professional service firms focused on helping startup founders, serial entrepreneurs, and corporate marketers acquire domain names that are owned by third-parties. Using a combination of research, negotiation, and technical skills, the Name Ninja team pursues and acquires domain names on behalf of clients.