Phone words can improve your investment in advertising, increase your market share and reduce the cost of sale in an exponential way
Brandon, MS (PRWEB) April 25, 2013
SuperNiche.com, a premium domain brokerage firm out of the Jackson, MS area, announces a major drop in price for an incredible financial business brand in the brokerage and lending, consumer and commercial lending and mortgage banking service industries. Previously offered as part of a package with the ultra-premium domain name Lending.com for $6,000,000, the 1-800-LENDING business identity (which includes the matching 1800Lending.com domain name, the 1-800-LENDING phone word and all associate trademarks and existing business rights) is now available as a stand-alone purchase for $3,000,000 USD. It is also optionally available for purchase as part of a package with the premium financial lending domain, Lending.com for $4,500,000.
The 1-800-Lending business identity includes a powerful set of marketing tools. The 1-800-LENDING phoneword (commonly referred to as a vanity phone number) is an extremely effective means of ensuring that potential customers can easily remember how to respond to a company’s advertisements. Phonewords have been proven to be many times more effective than regular phone numbers. The research data statistics collected from multiple sources* shows just how effective an 800 phoneword can be in all forms of advertising; delivering measured increases in delivery rates of word of mouth by 438%, vehicle signage by 528%, office signage by 1000%, print ads by 600%, outdoor ads by 1000%, and TV ads by as much as 700%.
There have also been many studies that illustrate the effectiveness of good domain names and their effect on a consumer’s decision to buy. With 1800Lending.com, a company not only gets a perfect matching domain to compliment the phoneword, but a brand that defines exactly what services that company is offering the consumer. A prime example of the inherent potential in a phoneword and domain name combination of this quality is 1-800-Flowers. 1-800-Flowers is a widely known flower retailer that has risen to prominence in part due to their clever and effective company name and marketing strategy. Recent earnings reports show a total revenue of 253 million dollars for the 2013 2nd fiscal quarter alone and clearly illustrates how effective a memorable brand can be in advertising.
“Phone words can improve your investment in advertising, increase your market share and reduce the cost of sale in an exponential way,” says Calvin Seymour, President of Super Niche LLC. “While a small start-up loan servicer or loan originator would benefit greatly from owning 1-800-Lending, a top loan servicer like Wells Fargo, Bank of America or a company with a huge multi-billion dollar + advertising budget like JPMorgan Chase would see the benefits on an even larger scale.”
For more details on the 1-800-Lending business opportunity or the Lending.com domain name or other premium financial domains like SavingsRates.com, please contact us at Superniche.com.
Super Niche LLC is a professional domain brokerage firm that has been on the web since 2004. As a premier place to buy or sell a premium domain name, we specialize in the sale, consultation and acquisition of high quality aftermarket domain names. Super Niche’s mission is to match well-funded buyers with motivated sellers by utilizing the power of our 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.
*All data gathered from 1300PhoneWords.com.au
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inter800.com Toll Free Directory
December, 1998 DRTV article, "Experts Miss the Point About Vanity Numbers"