Tax.com automatically provides the instant brand recognition many companies pay Tens of Millions to achieve
Delray Beach, FL 33444 (PRWEB) April 23, 2013
Domain Holdings, a leading premium domain name broker and monetization company, announced that it has been retained to exclusively broker the domain Tax.com, the world’s most valuable tax domain.
In 2012, there were over 250 Million filed tax returns in North America alone, and billions of dollars spent in advertising and accounting fees. Highly memorable and marketable, the domain Tax.com is one of the most valuable properties put on the market in recent years.
Almost 20 years old, the domain Tax.com is one of the only remaining super premium domains not owned by big brands and ready to be the premium destination for any company operating or looking to enter the tax industry.
“Owning Tax.com automatically provides the instant brand recognition many companies pay tens of millions to achieve,” said John Ferber, Chairman of Domain Holdings. "Some may even call this the perfect domain name."
Tax.com is so much more than a domain name. It’s an unforgettable brand for an industry which continues to move online and almost every consumer or business has to engage in.
Available exclusively through Domain Holdings, interested parties in Tax.com or other premium generic domains are encouraged to contact Mark Thomas, Senior Domain Advisor, at +1.561.303.1227 or email sales(at)domainholdings(dot)com
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About Domain Holdings Group
Domain Holdings is a world-class service provider in the buying, selling and monetizing of domain names. The company was co-founded by Chad Folkening, a longtime domain industry veteran, and John Ferber, co-founder of Advertising.com which was acquired by AOL for approximately $500 million in 2004. DomainPower, the company’s flagship monetization solution, is an award winning end-to-end domain monetization platform and marketplace. Like us on Facebook and Follow Us on Twitter.