Data Express Now Accepting Bids for Revolutionary Geographical Sharing of Valuable Domain

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Now Law firms from around the entire United States can bid for their very own lease of an instantly recognizable domain. Using groundbreaking geo-location technology, multiple firms can now be associated with a single .com address.

Valuable website names no longer need to be restricted to one entity.

Data Express LLC is set to pioneer the future of commerce on the Internet via a novel auction for spatially based shares of the lucrative domain, and email addresses. Bidding begins at $99/share, but is bound to rise quickly as more and more law firms grasp the value of this simple concept.

In the past, a domain such as was registered for the exclusive use of only one law firm in the entire world. But now, Data Express is testing a brand new concept, based on cutting-edge geo-location technology. What if they can assign different firms from around the country to the same domain, based on their geographic location? Searchers from New York City querying would be directed to a New York-based firm, while searchers from Dallas, Texas would find a firm closer to home. Gone are the frustrations associated with Internet searches turning up dozens of irrelevant results. No longer will law firms have to content themselves with inferior, hard to spell domains, just because they missed out on registering a good one.

This project features state of the art Geo-Location technology that identifies website visitors by IP address. The IP address is then compared to a database that determines the geographic location where the website visitor connected to the internet. The visitor is then immediately directed to the landing page or home page created by the participating law firm in their area. Sharing the domain name allows employment law firms around the country to associate their firm with the brand without infringing on other law firms in other parts of the country. Data Express LLC geo-location strategy is powered by industry-leading accurate, reliable metropolitan areas database, already commonly used for countless searches each day all over the Internet.

Bids may be placed by interested Employment Law Firms until 5:00PM EDT June 18, 2010 by visiting The bidding for all 210 Google Metropolitan Areas begins at $99/year. email addresses will also be available for an additional charge. Winning law firms will be given an exclusive lease to use the name to promote their law firm in their metropolitan area. They will also be able to create email addresses for attorneys and staff.

Interested law firms may obtain more information by visiting the website.


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