Get a "Hot" Deal on Some Even Hotter Domains: SuperNiche.com Showcases Chili.com and a New Geo Coupon Portfolio
Brandon, MS, Jan 18, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
SuperNiche.com, a premium domain broker, presents two great opportunities, Chili.com and a great geo coupon portfolio.
The art of branding is all about subliminally intertwining cool and memorable symbolism with society's subconscious opinion of a company and/or its products, with the ultimate goal of marrying the concept to a brand. With that in mind it is easy to see why Chili.com is one of the hottest brands available on the internet. From the punk rock band "The Red Hot Chili Peppers" to the very popular chain of Chili's restaurants, the image of a chili pepper is often associated with things that are blazing hot and wonderfully spicy. As a particularly hot brand concept, Chili.com lends itself perfectly for branding as the ultimate daily deal or coupon website, like a Groupon.com or a LivingSocial.com. It could have many other uses as well such as a cool chili cook-off venue or to unite all of the world's chili pepper farmers under one global agricultural roof. No matter what a company chooses to use the domain name for though , one thing is certain, the brand has sizzle and pop and everyone will easily remember where to find the business that is built around it.
"It is important to note that Chili.com is not only an amazing brandable domain; it has some jaw dropping Google search numbers to help spice up the deal," says Calvin Seymour, President of SuperNiche.com. " With over twenty million broad searches and one hundred and sixty-five thousand exact match monthly searches, a high Google search ranking could pull in many thousands of potential additional customers every month and if you already have an existing product or service that you are promoting through online advertising, you could save the $1.30 cost-per-click that you are spending as well."
Also being showcased is a great portfolio of geo based coupon keyword domains that would be perfect to begin a coupon endeavor on a local scale. It is comprised of over three hundred geo-targeted pattern domains that combine major cities with the word coupon, like CouponNewYork.com and CouponHouston.com. As collections of domains go, this one could easily be developed into a winning online business strategy for any company seeking to enter the discount coupon, daily deals or want ad business. In fact, with Google search becoming more and more "local" it is possible that they could confer significant search optimization advantages with some solid investment in content and SEO work. Also included in the deal are an existing business model and an established, patent pending website system with a registered copyright that currently generates about $750 per month. The business model is simple, stable and predictable for local small business owners to utilize.
Appraised for roughly $300,000 by 3rd party sources like Valuate.com, Chili.com is priced exceptionally well at just $150,000 and the entire three hundred domain coupon portfolio has an asking price of just $90,000. If you would like to request more information on Chili.com or would like to request a detailed list of the full geo coupon portfolio please contact Super Niche at http://www.superniche.com.
Super Niche LLC is a professional domain brokerage firm that has been on the web since 2004. As a premier place to buy or sell a premium domain name we specialize in the sale, consultation and acquisition of high quality aftermarket domain names. Super Niche's mission is to match well funded buyers with motivated sellers by utilizing the power of our Domain Investor's Network(DIN) and the Name Factor Domain Analysis Newsletter to provide a flow of powerful keyword domains to domain investors, corporations and end users around the world.
Visit SuperNiche.com for more information on the properties listed in this press release, to submit a domain for inclusion in the Name Factor domain newsletter, or to hire a domain broker .
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