eNaming to Co-Broker Sale of Super Premium Numeric Domain Name 318.com with NameCorp-53138太阳集团其他网-澳门太阳集团app
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., November 3, 2015 — eNaming, a domain name brokerage and naming services provider, announced today that it has been retained to co-broker with the exclusive sale of the super premium numeric domain name 318.com.
Numeric domains are extremely popular with Chinese buyers. Native Chinese speakers have traditionally used because these are easier and more memorable than English keywords. Moreover, the Chinese have a deep cultural belief in . This can translate into social and financial success for businesses represented by auspicious numbers.
Of course there is a finite number of short numeric .com domain names available, so buyers generally have a short timeframe within which to purchase high-quality, super premium numeric domain names. Often times, when these numeric domains are sold, they are rarely ever put back on the market.
And this market is hot. include the following:
eNaming works with clients worldwide to help acquire and divest naming assets including premium domain names. Since launching in April 2015, eNaming has participated in the sale of more than USD $4,000,000 of domain names, including: MGTV.com, Draftboard.com, 458.com, OLife.com, 95.net and QE.com. eNaming also represents such super-premium domain names as Button.com, Cowboys.com, Soho.com, Atlas.com and Journey.com.
To learn more about eNaming, visit: www.eNaming.com.
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About eNaming: eNaming assists buyers and sellers of premium domain names to acquire or divest their naming assets. The company specializes in domain names sales, Stealth Domain Name Acquisitions, joint ventures, domain name lease agreements, domain financing, and other types of transaction-oriented work.
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