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Recommended Reading (also check out our blog)
One Domain Name Can Change Everything by Alan Dunn of NameCorp.com
The True Power of a Great Domain Name
Founders who truly understand branding know the perfect domain name saves time and money which leads to a higher ROI. Did you think there was anything more to this? No, it all comes down to cash. A better domain name equals more ROI for you and your company.. READ MORE
Here are a few myths about a customized email address that may be holding you back from growing your online brand:
MYTH #1: A Branded E-mail Will Not Help My Business
A branded email can help give your business added credibility and professionalism with customers. Seventy-four percent of consumers in a 2015 Verisign survey would trust a company-branded email address more so than a free email address. One reason may be because a branded email shows your customers that your business is legitimate and established. Not to mention, every time you send out an email, you’re promoting your business’s name, not your free email provider’s name. It grows your brand.
MYTH #2: I Think My Free E-mail Service Is Sufficient For My Needs…READ MORE
$25,000 for a Domain Name is (not) Crazy. Domain Name Cost vs. Other Media by Alan Dunn of NameCorp.com
A $25,000 domain name is still incredibly cheap compared to the value received by almost any other marketing source.
- A large roadside billboard can cost upwards of $30,000 for every four-week period, according to Blueline Media.
- According to Entrepreneur magazine, radio ads can easily cost $8,000 to $12,000 a month for smaller companies.
- The average small business using AdWords spends between $9,000 and $10,000 per month, according to Wordstream. READ MORE
A recent auction in Shenzhen showed how hot names are right now. On Dec. 19th’s “Domain Day of China,” the first-ever Chinese Domain Festival and China Digital Asset Investment Summit, a crowd of over 200 Chinese investors spent 154.49 million yuan ($24.1 million) to snap up domain names like house.com.
Thanks to an e-commerce boom in China, thousands of investors like Wu are rushing to snap up “short” domain names, ones with five or less letters or numbers, and pushing up the value of domain names around the world in the process.READ MORE