Trifecta of "Best Banking" Domains for Sale for First Time Ever

Share Article, the Domain Name Sales Report, has been tapped to bring a unique marketing opportunity to the banking industry as they offer three premium domains,, .net and .org for sale this month. It is rare in todays market to see a great generic banking domain like go up for sale at all, but even more unusual is the fact that it is paired with the matching .net and .org domains and a Twitter account, with thousands of followers.

When keyword match generic domains are for sale, especially within the financial industry, it is incredibly rare to see an offering like the one being marketed by DNSR. For the banking institution that truly believes that it is the best bank, the domain,, is arguably the perfect domain name to own.

Often times many companies will acquire an additional domain name or URL, solely for the purpose of using it in a very specific marketing campaign. Many of these domains receive a lot of attention and advertising dollars for a set period of time, but once the campaign is over, the domain is left to “die on the vine,” or forgotten. In these instances, the campaign targeted domains are more branded URLs, or simply put do not have enough intrinsic value or long term growth potential to warrant any further effort. With this is certainly not the case.

Another common concern that large corporations face when deciding whether to spend a significant amount of money on a premium .com domain is the fact that someone else may own the also desirable .net and .org versions. This problem can become a deal breaker when companies start their due diligence before committing to a significant .com domain purchase.

This unique opportunity, that DNSR is bringing to market for the banking industry eliminates both of the aforementioned problems from the equation. is truly a name that has incredible, lasting branding appeal and also holds great significance from a search engine optimization perspective as well.

In addition to an already appealing offer that includes and, which effectively creates a roadblock from any potential competitors, is a Twitter account, which has thousands of followers.

Brad Hayes, a senior domain consultant at DNSR says, "Only about once every three or four years will someone sell a keyword matching URL collection like this and they are often snapped up very quickly. DNSR has been contacted by two different parties in the banking industry already. Our goal is to inform all companies, who would benefit from this acquisition, about the sale."

DNSR will take the next three weeks to promote the opportunity through October 29th, though, most likely sooner, once the reserve price is reached.

DNSR assists Fortune 500 companies acquire premium domains and websites and is based out of Delray Beach, Florida.

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