Deposit.com chooses Domain Holdings as Domain Broker
Feb. 27th, 2014 -
In 2013, there were over $9,283 billion in total US deposits, and billions of dollars spent in advertising. Highly memorable and marketable, the domain Deposit.com is one of the most valuable properties put on the market in recent years. Almost 20 years old, the domain Deposit.com is one of the only remaining super premium domains not owned by big brands and ready to be the premium destination for any company operating or looking to enter banking/money industry.
Super premium domains like Deposit.com have proven time after time to enhance a brand's online presence, improve SEO, provide greater consumer trust and more. Companies who have already capitalized on the power of generic domain names include Bank of America (Loans.com), American Express (Open.com), Citigroup (Mortgage.com), Salesforce (Data.com) and many more. "Such a key financial domain is extremely valuable in today's world where trust and security are among the first thing consumers look for in a financial institution," remarked Alan Dunn, SVP of Acquisitions and Divestments for Domain Holdings Group. Descriptive, category owning domain names like Deposit.com in the financial industry have commanded some of the highest sales in history. Reported comparable sales to Deposit.com include PersonalLoans.com ($1 million), Investing.com ($2.45 million), Local.com ($700,000) and Shop.com ($3.5 million). Financial companies spend billions of dollars a year advertising and this one-of-a-kind domain is a both a powerful branding asset for both short-term and long-term investing. As use of the internet and mobile devices continues to expand, more banks and online businesses are using the web to offer products and services or otherwise enhance communications with consumers.
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"The word deposit offers a strong branding platform and its short length, spelling ease and global recognition provides the successful acquirer with instant name recognition - something which many companies often spend millions trying to create," noted Joe Uddeme, Director of Business Development for Domain Holdings Group.