Bidding has Started for One of the Biggest Domain Names in the Entertainment Industry

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Snapnames has announced it has started accepting bids for the domain name via online auction. They will be accepting bids through March 16th at 12:15 PM PDT. At that time, the winner will be crowned.

Snapnames ( is now offering, a popular domain name in the multi billion dollar movie industry. Market analysts have recommended such a domain name for entertainment companies, as it meets the criteria of a successful name for entertainment companies.

In order for a domain name to be successful, it should be short, easy to spell, memorable, and related to the specific industry it represents. Because of that, is expected to be a domain name that many producers and film companies will fight over.

Short domain names are known to help with the online presence of a company. Internet users are more apt to search for targeted keyword domain names, and they are more likely to recall them in future web searches.

Industry specific names are also important when looking for a domain name for movie theatres.. When a name is industry specific, several things happen. First, it is more likely to be viewed online by new customers. Second, it is easier to remember for current customers. Third, an industry specific domain name tells people about the services of the company without them having to get additional information. That helps the products and services sell before a customer has learned more about the company.

This type of branded name is something that can help many in the Entertainment industry including producers, actors, writers, directors, movie theatres and cinema outlets. With a reserve price between $50,000 and $100,000, it is being heralded a steal. For the price to purchase the domain name, a film giant can greatly increase their business and online presence; resulting in more customers, as well as a strong web presence so the name is expected to pay for itself very quickly after it is purchased.

Industry insiders note it is rare when a domain name as beneficial as becomes available for a sale. Often, an established player will secure the rights to such a name before it hits the auction block. This is a rare opportunity for a growing company to secure a category killer domain name. Entertainment and media companies are urged to look at the auction and consider using this domain name for their business.

Domain sales in the movie and entertainment industry have picked up in recent years. Just last week it was reported that Yahoo sold for $250,000 and just last year Disney sold to Fandango for a 14 million dollar profit.

Those who are interested in submitting a bid for can go to and click on the bid now link

About SnapNames:
Founded in 2000, SnapNames operates the largest auction of expired and deleting domain names. Partnering with the world's largest and best-known registrars and service providers, SnapNames uses its innovative, patent-pending technology to give its customers exclusive first access to the world's largest inventory of high-traffic, brand-able and investment-grade domain names every day.

SnapNames is headquartered in Portland, Oregon. For more information, visit


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