DELRAY BEACH, Fla., April 5, 2016 — eNaming, a provider of Global Naming Asset Solutions, today announced that exclusive premium domain name Net.com is available for acquisition.
“The word ‘Net’ is how most of us refer to the Internet,” said Tracy Fogarty, eNaming founder and CEO. “It projects strength, credibility, and familiarity
worldwide. From the many companies that are named Net Communications to others that are named Net Com, Net Tech, or thousands of other variations, it’s no
surprise that a large number of companies worldwide have made the word ‘Net’ a significant part of who they are and what they do.”
This is the first time that Net.com, which was originally registered in May 1989, has ever been available for sale. The opportunity to own a three-letter
premium domain name is rare, with all lll.com names sold out years ago. Their value lies in the fact that they’re short and often represent an acronym or
stock symbol, or a particular brand. “Net.com is a category-defining, premium domain name,” explained Fogarty. “It has the ability to establish dominance
in industries ranging from tech and communications to software, education, and even military. In addition, it’s easy to spell, easy to remember, and carries with
it global recognition—all invaluable attributes in a domain name.”
To inquire about Net.com or other domain names, please contact eNaming at +1 844-362-6464 or by email at [email protected]
eNaming assists buyers & sellers of premium domain names acquire or divest their naming assets. In particular, eNaming specialize in domain name sales,
Stealth Domain Name Acquisitions, joint ventures, domain name lease agreements, domain financing, and other types of transaction-oriented work.
Domain inventory at eNaming ranges in individual value from US$10,000 to more than $10 million. In addition to Net.com, domains currently being represented include
Atlas.com, Contact.com, Button.com, Hook.com, Positive.com, and SOHO.com. Visit eNaming.com/inventory to see these and all other available domain names.
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