When most people think of leasing, they tend to think of common things such as vehicles, buildings and land to name a few.
But what most fail realize is that domain names are high on the list of things to be frequently leased.
Although leasing is nothing new under the sun, domain lease agreements often encounter significant setbacks when lessors and lessees forget to identify and address key elements of their contractual agreement.
In a recent podcast episode, I interviewed Brian Tharp, Senior Account Manager of Escrow.com, about the common pitfalls of domain leasing — highlighting the essentials of domain leasing that both lessor and lessee should consider.
So, press play and listen to Brian and I discuss, identify, and banter the essentials to successful and profitable domain leasing agreements. Thanks and that’s all for now!