SumoMe is now Sumo.com


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As you might have already noticed, I am still testing the sumome marketing tools on this website. The design and templates on this service are second to none. That is my honest opinion. As of yesterday morning I received an email from Noah/ his marketing team announcing the purchase of the domain name Sumo.com for $1,5mill.  That’s a stunning purchase for a single domain name but it’s nothing new. See other 7 figure domain sales here 

sumo.com front page

My verdict: Good Job Noah!

I always felt sumome didn’t sound right. Still short and easy to remember but Sumo.com is so much better. I am pretty sure part of the reason of this purchase is Noah protecting his brand.  SumoMe is now said to be an 8 figure per month business which clearly shows growth. This name is going to stand the test of time and any other name with sumo in it will have to bow down to the brand leader sumo.com. Outstanding purchase.

Noah explains the process he went through purchasing this name and why he was wrong about the importance of a good brand name on this link

The change in Pricing

SumoMe has announced some big changes in pricing and exciting ones at that. Noah is so happy of his new baby that he’s giving away pro features for free. A/B testing? Free. Click triggers? Free. Instant landing page (2x your conversions)? Free. All  high-converting, pre-made templates? Free.

I am already a huge fan of this service. It’s user-friendly and the pricing now makes more sense than before.  If you are looking for some best marketing solutions out there then you are not too far off with Sumo.com. Go check it out!

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About Lifanati

My name is Lifa Nati the founder and Editor-in-Chief of CheapSense.com. A website founded on the concept of buying well researched domains for a low price then selling for a profit, pretty much like real estate trading. I also review web products, subscription services and focus on price vs value. I am a former analyst with TD auto insurance division and complex property claims with the Co-operators insurance in BC, Canada. I am now a domain investor and part time consultant for an independent risk management adjusting firm. I have got to this stage of my life after going through a financial breakdown, losing my job and persistent bad spending habits. I went through a complete transformation after discovering the business of buying domains for a low price then selling for a profit. This led to the birth of the cheapsense website. I dive into saving tips and domain investing guides. Will be implementing free software for our users to take advantage of. They say things happen for a reason, my "why" is to serve.