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GoDaddy debuts premium domain solution

GoDaddy debuts premium domain solution

Domain registrar and web hosting firm, GoDaddy, is offering access to a large variety of ideal ”premium” domain names, through its newly developed program featuring a selection option, to foster e-business success. Warren Adelman, President and Chief Operating Officer of Go Daddy remarked, ”We know how important it is to have the right domain name. A fun, catchy or even a geographically specific domain name can have a major impact on how much business you generate. People are just more likely to type in certain names while searching the web.” The program works as follows: When customers go to GoDaddy.com and type in a domain name to find out if that name or something similar is available, they’ll also see a list of related, premium domain names that might be a great fit for their businesses. The new ”Premium Domain Name” option, which offers domains for resale, was created after Go Daddy worked with the registrants for some of the best domain names on the web. Mr. Adelman added, ”This new option allows people who go to GoDaddy.com the chance to find exactly what they want in a place where they are already looking for domain names. The system also allows newly obtained premium domain names to be seamlessly and immediately transferred to the new owners with little or no effort.” Because many of the new premium domain names have more commercial value than other domain names, their rights sell for higher prices. Names may also be registered for countless names currently available and yet unregistered for less than $10 per year at GoDaddy.com. Computer users recently voted Go Daddy as the best registrar in the business, for the second year in a row, according to industry news source Domain Name Wire. Go Daddy ranks as the most popular registrar, with more than 4 million customers and more than 22 million domain names registered. Source: Web Hosting Finds News

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