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The domain {domain} is hereby offered for sale. If you purchase through, Epik will provide escrow at our expense. The domain will be moved into an account of yours immediately upon payment. Payment plan and lease options are available.

What makes for a great domain? In our opinion, as 20-year domain professionals, the domain should, first of all, be 1) easy to read (i.e. on a billboard, where people will only see it briefly), 2) easy to remember, 3) easy to spell, 4) easy to type and 5) easy to communicate verbally.

In addition, the name should be simple, relevant and positive, imparting both interest and a sense of credibility, authority and prestige. People should want to click on it *first* when they encounter it in a list of websites which relate to what they are looking for.

A great domain attracts traffic to a website, through 1) enhanced response to advertising, links and word-of-mouth marketing, 2) more frequent direct navigation visits and, in some cases, 3) SEO friendliness. It keeps a business running smoothly - without lost emails and customer confusion. Building a great website on a substandard domain is like building a mansion in a swamp!

Great domains are valuable. That's why there is a thriving aftermarket in which the best domains sell for millions of dollars (see As Confucius said, "Don't be penny-wise and pound-foolish with your domain!"

"If you allocate 10% of your advertising budget towards memorable and/or traffic-producing domain names, you will achieve 10 times the results for your advertising."

-- Joe Alagna,, at

Contact us for domain consulting or any domain-related services:  jon {at}

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