Having the right domain name is key to building a brand’s online identity. ... And a strong domain name also helps improve search engine results.
Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) May 30, 2012
To coincide with the launch of Facebook’s new Timeline pages for businesses, DomainMarket.com started a Timeline to promote the online domain marketplace and provide information about domain names, Internet technology and online marketing.
“Facebook is one of the best ways for us to connect with our customers and hear their opinions because people are utilizing Facebook business pages more than ever before to access information,” said Mike Mann, founder of DomainMarket.com.
DomainMarket.com buys and sells domain names that are ready to be developed into larger brands. The company also offers thousands of domains that could help existing companies improve their marketing efforts. The inventory includes names related to art, food, music, realty, travel, business, pets, social media and more.
“Having the right domain name is key to building a brand’s online identity,” Mann said. “And a strong domain name also helps improve search engine results.”
According to Jason Exline, a social media consultant for DomainMarket.com, “Facebook really is the spot where people go to get updated information on a particular business or topic.”
Facebook is an effective platform for strengthening a brand online. Experts estimate that Facebook’s roughly 845 million users are each on the site for an average of 20 minutes per day. During that time they share more than 1 million links and tag about 1.3 million photographs.
And Facebook users spend part of their time interacting with brands like DomainMarket.com, Mann explained.
“They want to see that DomainMarket.com is personable,” he said.
Mann added that he hopes the new Facebook Timeline helps boost DomainMarket.com’s image, positioning the online marketplace as a leader in the thriving domain industry.
“Our photographs, along with the new Facebook features, will help customers recognize DomainMarket.com as the best place to begin their search for the perfect online identity,” he said.
Those searching for domain names may find it easier to submit questions to DomainMarket.com via Facebook than calling a sales representative.
Mann said DomainMarket.com officials saw the new Facebook page as a way to enhance customer service.
Those who “like” the page will see posts with expert domaining tips, analysis of the latest Internet trends and the hottest news scoops in the technology industry.
“This platform will help both amateur and professional domainers learn and succeed,” Mann said.
Visit the new DomainMarket.com Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/DomainMarketCom.