Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 12, 2011
DomainAgency.com is proud to be the exclusive broker of CoffeeMaker.com, offering the exceptional opportunity to buy this Industry Defining Domain.
“Owning the generic domain name CoffeeMaker.com is an undeniably huge market advantage for any player in the hyper-competitive coffee maker industry,” said Brian Berke, CEO of DomainAgency.com. “Only one player, in this Billion-Dollar Industry, can own this domain and the tremendous marketing power and credibility that comes along with it."
The Coffee Maker industry is directly tied to one of the most-consumed beverages in the world. Web sales are outpacing the growth in annual comparable-store sales*. Because of the acceleration in the E-commerce sales of coffee, CoffeeMaker.com is the perfect marketing tool to gain a huge competitive advantage.
With Hundreds of Thousands of Exact Match Searches every month, the SEO potential of CoffeeMaker.com is indisputable. Owning the generic domain name, CoffeeMaker.com could change the landscape of any company’s online presence from now and forever.
Examples of Category Defining Generic Domains owned by major corporations are: CreamCheese.com (Kraft), Baby.com (Johnson & Johnson), Toothpaste.com (Procter and Gamble) and OfficeSupplies.com (Office Depot).
Now, only one business will join this elite company of corporate titans, who were savvy enough to buy the generic domain that represents their industry. There may never be another opportunity for either a well-established company or a small startup to own this valuable property.
DomainAgency.com is a full service domain brokerage house, with a reputation for buying, selling and brokering highly targeted premium domains. Many companies rely on DomainAgency.com to help them formulate strategies that utilize keyword domains, to enhance their online brands and campaigns.
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- Source: Internet Retailer’s 2011 Top 500 Guide.