Short Domain Names Hold Enormous Investment Promise

BQB.com, a no commission next generation domainer to domainer (D2D) domain name auction platform dedicated to short domain names has announced sales exceeding $25,000 for June 2008.

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It's like 1999 all over again with the prices of short domain names up as much as 4000% since 2002. With worldwide Internet penetration hovering around 20% and mobile phones outnumbering computers 4 to 1, there's still a lot of upside potential

Winnipeg, MB (PRWEB) July 15, 2008

BQB.com, a no commission next generation domainer to domainer (D2D) domain name auction platform dedicated to short domain names has announced sales exceeding $25,000 for June 2008.

"Absolutely fantastic, it's exceeded all our expectations. That said, we have very high hopes for the future," says Reece Berg, CEO of BQB.com Inc.

Since opening to the domain name world in early May 2008, BQB has attracted 371 like-minded short domain name investors who share the belief that advancing mobile technology and ever increasing Internet penetration will greatly increase the desirability of short domain names, making an investment in short domain names among the strongest appreciating internet investments for many more years to come. BQB.com has facilitated over $40,000 in domain sales since May 2008.

"It's like 1999 all over again with the prices of short domain names up as much as 4000% since 2002. With worldwide Internet penetration hovering around 20% and mobile phones outnumbering computers 4 to 1, there's still a lot of upside potential," suggests Berg who recently turned a $12,000 investment in four letter .com domain names (known in the domain name business as LLLL.coms) into upwards of $70,000 within six months. "Easy money," says Berg, referring to how little work was actually involved in making this profit.

"When people tell me there isn't money to be made today in the domain name business today, I just shake my head and wonder what ever convinced them of that," says Berg who goes on to note he's made six figures buying, selling, and trading short domain names this year.

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