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tin.dog

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Already Iconic, Timeless, Immediately Recognizable — 🔘 instantly delivers familiar images & warm feelings 🔘 decisively & confidently unforgettable for lasting impressions 🔘 ideally suited for MERCHANDIZING & GLOBAL ONLINE SALES 🔘 describing the most cherished animal on the planet, it is clean & concise, truly a product & service MARKETER’S domain DREAM 🔘 short domain = easy to remember & not spammy 🔘 in the digital age, NOTHING gives a better first impression & projects BRANDING COMPETENCE like the perfect URL & corresponding email addresses — securing precisely the right domain represents a truly strategic action — & ultimately strategic actions.win. 🏼 Seller believes the value of tin.dog will appreciate, perhaps rapidly, consistent with the industry’s developing interest in alternative and linguistically superior domain extensions. 🏼 Now is the time to invest in this one of a kind cyberspace property — IF this is the name you want, don’t wait; waiting can be costly for prospective buyers (see https://domainnamewire.com/2018/11/28/online-casino-domain-record/). 🏼 Seller also believes, as many industry observers do, that non-dotcom domain extensions represent the web’s future and dotcoms are becoming antiquated — .com glory days are numbered (here’s one recent view of what the future holds: https://www.webhostingsecretrevealed.net/blog/inbound-marketing/are-new-domain-extensions-the-future-of-the-web/). 🏼 Additionally, the tin.dog URL is preeminently ideal for email. Stature goes to the future owner who may choose such unique and pleasant email addresses as, say, joe@tin.dog or sue@tin.dog. No doubt, these email addresses will be quickly recognized, warmly received, and maybe even envied. 🏼 Moreover, Search Engine Journal reports that Google weighs all domain extensions the same. When Google crawls, indexes, and ranks URLs, it makes no difference whether the domain ends in .com or .dog (see the Google source document here: https://webmasters.googleblog.com/2015/07/googles-handling-of-new-top-level.html). 🏼 The future owner of tin.dog may request auto forwarding from their registrar/website host and that way, when folks go to tin.dog, they will land on the future owner’s selected/preexisting website. So, if the future owner doesn’t want to immediately alter their current website, there’s no need. For a good example of this, look at FLYING.DOG where you will land at an impressively designed site, flyingdog.de (whereas www.Unleash.DOG is a good example of a direct site build with no URL forwarding). 🏼 There’s simply only one Tin.DOG — it is unique and linguistically superior to ANY dotcom counterpart — and once purchased by someone who puts it to good use, it will likely not re-enter the market for some time to come. For all intents and purposes, once it’s gone, it’s doggone gone... no kidding, it’s a one of a kind INVESTMENT. 🏼 It bears repeating: in the digital age, NOTHING gives a better first impression & projects BRANDING COMPETENCE like the perfect URL & corresponding email addresses. Securing precisely the right domain represents a truly strategic action — and ultimately strategic actions.win. 🏼 Will consider reasonable offers. ~ linguistically superior domain extensions own the future ~ Postscript: here are 4 article links that contain observations, by different industry experts, on the digital real estate of the future — . http://entm.ag/wt8 . http://entm.ag/h2a . http://entm.ag/1cftDYr . https://www.searchenginejournal.com/google-all-domain-extensions-are-weighted-the-same/137139/ Category

CategoryBusiness
Inbound Links2279
Years Old-
Expiration2019-11-29
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