eNaming Brokers Sale of AILV.com for USD $40,000
Short .com domain names are in high demand; China drives market up
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., October 26, 2015 — eNaming, a domain name brokerage and naming services provider, announced today that they have successfully brokered the sale of AILV.com, a short four letter domain name.
“Short domain names have been in high demand for many years” said Tracy Fogarty, Founder and CEO of eNaming. She pointed out that recently, the trend for short domain names and other numeric domain names is taking off, especially with Chinese nationals.
More high-quality and short dot-com domain names are being acquired every year. What often happens is that, once they’re acquired, they are never re-sold.
eNaming works with clients worldwide to help acquire and divest naming assets including premium domain names. Since launching in April 2015, eNaming has participated in the sale of more than USD $4,000,000 of domain names, including: MGTV.com, Draftboard.com, 458.com, OLife.com, 95.net and QE.com. eNaming also represents such super-premium domain names as Button.com, Cowboys.com, Soho.com, Atlas.com and Journey.com.
To learn more about eNaming, visit: www.eNaming.com.
About eNaming: eNaming assists buyers and sellers of premium domain names to acquire or divest their naming assets. The company specializes in domain names sales, Stealth Domain Name Acquisitions, joint ventures, domain name lease agreements, domain financing, and other types of transaction-oriented work.
About Tracy Fogarty:
With more than 20 years in the brokerage business, Tracy Fogarty has helped thousands of clients achieve their goals on both sides of the negotiation table. A 2014 and 2015 Nominee for Domain Broker of the Year, Tracy Fogarty helps domain owners divest and acquire premium naming assets, empowering brand owners to give their brands a louder voice, bolder presence, and strong searchability on the Web and beyond.
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