Sedo is a domain marketplace that lets individuals and companies acquire the domain names they need for their online presence. Sedo's domain marketplace offers a large selection of premium domains with more than 18 million available for sale.
The Sedo API enables a user to access the Sedo database from thier own applications. For example, the user can download their domain parking statistics and import them into a separate analysis program/tool. A user can also manage their Sedo domain portfolio and search the Sedo database for domains for sale.
Sedo's API is available to customers who have a large domain portfolio and have created a Partner Programme account. The API uses SOAP protocol and responses are formatted in XML.
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