Domain Holdings Group, a world-class leader in premium domain brokerage and monetization, has announced an exclusive premium domain offering – MX.com.
“Two letter domain names like this tend to have the highest demand, the widest range of potential owners and fetch some of the highest prices in the industry”, says SVP Alan Dunn.
While most domain sales go unreported the industry has seen its fair share of reported 2 letter domain sales over the last couple years.
Facebook acquired FB.com for a reported $8.5 million, Yellow Pages purchased YP.com for $3.8 million and the IG Group upgraded to IG.com for $4.7 million a few months ago.
Household brand names continue to understand the importance of having a short domain and it’s becoming more of a common practice for companies to acquire these 2 letter domains.
Some other popular brands who own 2 letter .com domains include:
- American Airlines (AA.com)
- Bergdoff Goodman (BG.com)
- Bell Helicopters (BH.com)
- EA Games (EA.com)
- Merrill Lynch (ML.com)
- Procter & Gamble (PG.com)
- Restoration Hardware (RH.com)
- Sports Illustrated (SI.com)
- TD Bank Financial Group (TD.com)
“This is a unique opportunity for any business to capitalize on and we are proud to have secured such a great name under exclusivity”, says Mark Daniel, Director of Business Development at Domain Holdings.
With businesses across the world looking for ways to expand their internet presence it is expected there will be no shortage of buyers for this name.
DH is no stranger to ultra premium domain names, represent many industry defining names such as Tax.com, Restaurants.com and Capital.com in the past. With a wealth of experienced brokers and a strong client base the domain name MX.com won’t last long at the current asking price.
Serious interested parties are encouraged to contact Mark Daniel, Director of Business Development, ASAP for more information. Email mark(at)domainholdings(dot)com, or call +1 561-634-7349.
About Domain Holdings
Domain Holdings is a world-class service provider in the buying, selling and monetizing of domain names. The company was co-founded by Chad Folkening, a longtime domain industry veteran, and John Ferber, co-founder of Advertising.com which was acquired by AOL for approximately USD $500 million in 2004.