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PetHotels.com being Auctioned at Namejet.com – What are your thoughts?
At present the domain name is developed into an information style site with some Adsense links and the whois currently shows the domain name under Moniker Privacy Protection, The domain was registered back 1998 and all other top TLDs and many CCtlds are taken.
The site does appear on the first page of Google where there are many other companies and sites that you could flip this domain too…
The current price for the bid for the domain PetHotels.com is below with 321 bidders already placing bids and five days still to run it looks like this domain could be selling for a decent chunk of change…
What are your thoughts on PetHotels.com and what price do you think it shall sell for?
“Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) January 10, 2013
FindYourDomain.com, a leading brokerage for top tier domain names, has formally announced that PetHotels.com is available for sale at NameJet.com, the premier online marketplace for domain names. The public online auction for PetHotels.com is underway and will end on January 15, 2013. There is a minimum bid of $69 and a reasonable reserve price set.
As the travel industry begins to recognize the demand for pet-friendly accommodations, more hotels across the country are allowing guests to bring their pets along. Hundreds of pet-friendly hotels and exclusive pet resorts have been established to allow pet owners to be with and to pamper their beloved pets. In fact, Americans spent more than $50 billion on their pets in 2011, with almost $4 billion allocated to pet hotels, boarding, sitting, and day care services.
“There is no domain name quite like PetHotels.com. It is short and sweet, and it has a valuable target demographic of pet owners who have their pet’s comfort as a top priority,” said FindYourDomain Marketing Manager Tom Salbego.
It’s not often that a company gets the chance to acquire a domain name that will help them make a mark in a multi-billion dollar industry. PetHotels.com is a strong domain name that has the potential to bring in millions of customers every month from both search engines and web browser type in traffic.
For more information on the auction you may visit http://www.namejet.com/Pages/Auctions/BackorderDetails.aspx?domainname=pethotels.com
In order to participate in the bidding, you must sign up for a free NameJet account. Bids over $2,500 require a verified account: http://www.namejet.com/Pages/VerifiedBidding.aspx
FindYourDomain.com was created in 2002 to provide companies with quality .com, .net, and .org domain names to use as corporate sites or in conjunction with web development projects. By acting as an intermediary between the owner of a domain name and a potential buyer, FindYourDomain.com ensures a smooth negotiation process as well as a secure and safe transaction. In addition to connecting buyers and sellers of domain names FindYourDomain.com also offers an array of domain name related services including a Privacy Protection Service, DNS Management Service, and Hosting Options. For more information, visit http://www.findyourdomain.com/
NameJet is a joint venture between Web.com Group, Inc. and Demand Media, Inc., who together own three leading ICANN-accredited registrars (eNom, Network Solutions and Register.com). Launched in 2007, with core auction software and technical infrastructure operating since 2004, NameJet serves domain investors, Fortune 500 companies and their representatives, small- and medium-sized businesses, as well as a diverse and global mix of individual investors. It has processed over 200,000 domain auctions, establishing itself as a trustworthy and transparent auction platform that is customer-focused and user-friendly. For more information, go to http://www.namejet.com.
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