In today’s world, meaningful,
generic, descriptive domain names are of equal if not more value than company names themselves.
Test it yourself – if ice cream comes to mind, will “Dreyers” be your first thought? Or might you look up
“Premium domain names are expensive for the simple reason that the ease with which customers can remember and access them means that they help websites gain a critical advantage in today’s competitive marketplace.”
Forbes Councils Member
Forbes Technology Council
It is the reason why Jamie Siminoff
nearly bankrupted his company to buy the domain name Ring.com, and why countless others want the “best in class” domains.
“Generic, descriptive domain names are so rare, there just aren’t enough good ones to go around.” “There are a finite number of dictionary words in the English language.”
Frank Shilling, Jeffrey Gabriel
Domain Names for Purchase
The following domain names are available for purchase:
Oriented.com ( view)
OrientedAirlines.com ( view)
OrientedCruises.com ( view)
Kindly use the form below. Note that
Christine and her advisory team will only reply to meaningful offers.
To learn more about domain name valuation, click here.
U.S. companies have long understood the marketing power of using short and memorable .COM domain names to capture global market share and to command trust and respect in their industries.
Only in recent years are
Chinese companies realizing that short, relevant domain names directly impact their global authority, reputation, and sales.
China. The New King of Domains.
Spectacular Domain Prices in China
Companies in China prefer short .com domains
“Good domains are rare — very rare — and with such rarity comes value and prestige. Furthermore, very few great domains are even available for sale.” – NameCorp
微信 – When Weixin rebranded to
WeChat.com, it doubled its overseas users in under 6 months from 50 million to 100 million. Later, Weixin acquired We.com for $8 million.
小米 – Xiaomi acquired
Mi.com for $3.6 million to improve their name recognition as they expanded into international markets. Mi.com is MUCH easier to remember than ‘Xiaomi.com’.
京东 – Jing Dong paid US$5 million for
JD.com, upgrading from 360buy.com. They enjoyed a savings of $20 million per year in search engine advertising.
奇虎 – Qihoo 360 (China) paid
$17 million for the domain name 360.com to increase its name recognition for potential customers outside China.
Ctrip.com – China’s biggest travel booking company
paid millions to acquire the website Trip.com. Why? For international expansion.
The Chinese government, by way of China Radio International, acquired
China.com for $11.5 million to bolster the country’s global reputation.
Domain Names for Purchase