DELRAY BEACH, Fla. – May 17, 2016 — eNaming, a provider of Global Naming Asset Solutions, today announced that exclusive premium domain name Retention.com is available for acquisition.
“Retention is so important to a business’s bottom line,” stated Tracy Fogarty, eNaming founder and CEO. “Companies that focus on customer service know that it’s just as important to keep current customers as it is to attract new ones. In fact, it costs five times as much (http://www.invespcro.com/
This is the first time that Retention.com, which was originally registered in 1998, has been available for sale. The premium domain name is highly marketable because it’s generic, giving it authority within many retention-focused industries. Retention.com is also easy to remember, making it simple for customers and potential customers to find the company using this exclusive domain.
“In addition to customer retention, employee retention is a big concern for many companies, both large and small,” said Fogarty. “The new generation of employees – especially Millennials – fully expects to job hop, and businesses are spending a lot of money on consultants and human capital management advisors to help them retain more of their workforce. It’s these consultants and advisors who would benefit the most from a domain name like Retention.com, making it easy for these business clients with a pressing need to find them.”
To inquire about Retention.com or other domain names, please contact eNaming at +1 844-362-6464 or by email at sales@eNaming.com.
eNaming assists buyers & sellers of premium domain names in acquiring or divesting 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-
Domain inventory at eNaming ranges in individual value from US$10,000 to more than $10 million. In addition to Retention.com, domains currently being represented include Net.com, Atlas.com, Contact.com, Button.com, Hook.com, Positive.com, and SOHO.com. Visit eNaming.com/
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