Link Building Domain Name Released to Popular Auction Site by Searchen Networks Inc.

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Internet domain name for link building based search optimization service to be auctioned on popular Internet business shopping platform.

Demand is very strong for quality domain names which are easy to remember and spell

Searchen Networks, a website consulting firm has announced the release of the domain name in a public ‘no reserve’ online auction, meaning the ownership of the domain name will be sold to the highest bidder despite its winning bid amount.

“Demand is very strong for quality domain names which are easy to remember and spell. Business owners want a domain name that describes their business and gives instant recognition into what a service provides. With competition fierce, business owners need a domain name that answers the questions of consumers quickly, leaving little doubt and little time to waste.” said John Colascione, author of “Mastering Your Website” and Chief Executive Officer of Searchen Networks Inc. “You have about three seconds to capture someone’s attention on the Internet or you risk losing the eyes of that consumer.”

While hundreds of Internet addresses to rival ".com" should become available in late April or early May 2013, the three original domains .com, .net, and .org are likely to become most relied upon in years ahead as consumers will deal with a flurrying of what could seem to be a never ending release of new DOT.whatever domain name extensions which have been recently approved by ICANN.

Searchen Networks ® ( is a pioneer in search engine marketing. The SEARCHEN® mission is, and has always been, to provide services poised at increasing a company’s overall visibility on the Internet. Providing customers around the world with Internet domain names (web addresses), web hosting, SSL certificates and more, Searchen Networks ® services its own network of media properties and provides expert Internet consulting to a select group of clients throughout the United States.

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