A well planned food portal can connect normally independent sectors such as industry distribution, sales, production and packaging all under one roof and give a company significant online advantages
Brandon, MS (PRWEB) September 18, 2012
The food industry is big business. With billions, if not trillions, of dollars per year generated worldwide by everything from cooking oils to frozen foods, it is now more important than ever to be in control of the keywords that power your industry. As the food sector continues to realign its global operations more money is being invested into marketing budgets. This is evident by the success of promotions such as “Got Milk?” and “Beef it’s What’s For Dinner” by industry leaders (Beef.com sold for $150,000 in February 2004. According to the IDNX.com, the leading price index used by Bloomberg and Thomson Reuters, an equivalent value since 2006 would make this a $273,450 domain name if it were to sell today. If you factor in the two extra years of growth its equivalent sale is probably over $350,000 -- a bargain when compared to fish.com's million dollar+ sale). This trend is likely to continue as the food industry continues towards global consolidation. Consumer platforms for the food industry that showcase selling features such as health facts and benefits, differences between competing brands, and new advancements within their respective product sectors are becoming increasingly important.
Premium domain names help control online access to the keywords that drive a business sector and are an invaluable tool for companies when it comes to important matters like educating consumers about their product’s benefits. According to Calvin Seymour, president of SuperNiche.com, "A well planned food portal can connect normally independent sectors such as industry distribution, sales, production and packaging all under one roof and give a company significant online advantages."
SuperNiche.com is currently offering some of the best pure food product domains in the world. Each has significant monthly search engine search volume for the keywords that they represent and a powerful readymade brand that make them powerful tools for your online marketing efforts.
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Banana.com $750,000 (One of the most popular and recognizable foods in the world. Over 300k monthly exact match searches in Google alone.)
Eel.com $295,000 (3 letter brand. Nearly $9 per click ad value.)
Chili.com $150,000 (165k monthly searches, fantastic price!)
Chocolat.com $110,000 (French for Chocolate)
Fruta.com $50,000 (Spanish for fruit)
Examples of companies that own their own food industry keyword domains:
Eat.com -- Ragu
Burgers.com -- Carl’s Jr.
Soups.com -- Cambell Soup Company
Candy.com -- G&J Holdings (Sold for $3,000,000 in 2009)
Malts.com, Rum.com, Scotch.com -- Diageo
CreamCheese.com, Sauces.com -- Kraft Foods
Meals.com -- Nestle
PeanutButter.com, Sauce.com, Soup.com – Unilever
SuperNiche.com, a professional domain brokerage firm since 2004, is the premier place to buy or sell a quality domain name. Super Niche specializes in the sale, consultation and acquisition of premium after-market domain names. Super Niche matches well funded buyers with motivated sellers by utilizing the power of its Domain Investor's Network(DIN) and the Name Factor Domain Analysis Newsletter to provide a flow of powerful keyword domains to domain investors, corporations and end users around the world.