Your question was: Does godaddy let you have more than one page?.
This really sucks man.
Because twice I have contacted them..
I also one weeks waiting for verify my .cc HostGator name?.
Sedo is more slow verify or response time..
If you send mail to sedo, sedo will response time within 1 or 2 month times..
Faster time is 3 weeks...
I certainly agree with the slow response from customer support. I got a response to a question about IDN after a week - that was the good news. The bad news is that the information sent by customer support simply did not work, and was described as not working in my original email.
If only Sedo support actually *read* the mail from customers life would be grand...
I dont like sedo ..... I dont use sedo ....... goodbye sedo..
4 .coms hanging around for a few days now, a glitch in their system as others I have added have been accepted immediately.
No joy for a couple of days now - the weekend, nobody buys nor sells at that time...
Strange thing is that recently I have had some domains show in my account while being verified, listed as NOT For Sale, but still available for getting clicks for me. Most of the time they hang at the top of the page in red and I assume any clicks do not go in my account.
It can take two weeks, sometimes they will delete the name and send you an email saying to re-submit it, sometimes it will finally get in by itself. One problem is that the name is in limbo - you cannot remove it while it hangs there in red.
I had a problem with NameCheap regs being slow to resolve - I would enter them in SEDO before Name Cheap had it's act together. This would put them into red limbo and a few days later I would get an email from Sedo. Seems like Sedo now retries those that it cannot verify immediately, and that is an improvement...
I was wondering if part of my problem in verification was associated with the fact that I don't monetize anything (ok, maybe 1 name) at Sedo. I leave it parked at Fab and then list it on Sedo. True, the potential buyers can't click on the Sedo sales link on a parked Sedo page for more info... but they can still sell through Sedo. What I miss out on by doing this is type-in traffic wanting to buy. OTOH, most type-ins can figure out how to bid.
It is aggravating though, taking weeks to resolve/verify a domain.
Sedo is very good at making sure you own the domain.
I would not be upset at that. Many, many times I have been asked to verify if I own a name after I put it into the Sedo system for sale. I have a few .mobis parked, but most are not parked at Sedo. My advice, have a little patience as they are doing the HostGator importation properly and want to make sure you own the name.
Usually you will get a email asking for you to verify ownership. Did you click on the email thru a reply and say "yes, I own the domain"? That is the quickiest way to get the name to resolve...
I have had a couple of HostGator names taking a little while longer then usual to get listed there lately.
Had one HostGator name changed to "not for sale" all on it's own. Emailed them about it and they responded in less then 24hrs, said it was a glitch and fixed it right away...
There are many aftermarket sellers , tdnam.com , moniker.com , afternic.com .... do a google search , you will find many , maybe spread them around..