By Derek Iwasiuk
June 08, 2006
The recent release of the ‘st’ domain extensions makes Texas.St. one of the most desirable properties for sale in cyber real estate. The ‘st’ domain extensions is one of the newest of domain extensions accepted world wide. Entrepreneurs and marketing professionals who understand the value of cutting edge domain extensions expected to capitalize on recent ‘st’ domain extension. Predicted to be one of the most valuable are the ‘st’ associated with a USA state, such as Texas (the most popular USA state searched) along with other such as Arizona and Colorado.
For the enterprising Webmaster or entrepreneur who understands the value of owning a Texas domain name (Texas is one of the top USA terms searched), now is the time to take a look at the feast of unique domain names offered at www.lovethename.com.
Included are Texas.st, Arizona.St; Colorado.St; Georgia.St; Hawaii.St; Illinois.St; Iowa.St; Kansas.St; Kentucky.St; Louisiana.St; Maryland.St; Massachusetts.St; Michigan.St;Minnesota.St ;Mississippi.StNevada.St; NewJersey.St; NewMexico.St; NorthCarolina.St; Ohio.St; Oklahoma.St; Oregon.St; Pennsylvania.St; RhodeIsland.St;SouthDakota.St; Texas.St; Utah.St; Vermont.St; Wyoming.St.
“The “.st” will be new to most people but exciting to those who stay on the cutting edge in the industry.” says Rever Thabiti V.P. Sales & Mktg. for Love the Name.com. “On a basic level, domain names are important because the Internet's addressing scheme is not very effective without them. However, domain names are much more than just a technical shortcut. A short, memorable domain name can make the difference between creating a successful Web presence and getting lost in cyberspace."
Thabiti added, “With the rapidly increasing association between Real Estate and Domain Names/Web Addresses, it is understandable why the State domains are so coveted and sought after.” He adds, “If you own Texas.ST or Ohio.ST, it would be like owning an entire state online and with the infinite applications and possibilities presented by these domains, a new, creative owner could encounter skyrocketing or unlimited financial gains.”
Beth Loehrke, Sr. Account Mgr. and media spokesperson for the company says, “Anytime you sell something for more than you paid, it’s a good investment by any standard. I predict that this rare auction will be more of a first come, first served, instead of a highest bidder because this will attract those who learn about this news first.”
According to Domains Magazine, “Domain names are not as available as was once thought and it’s affecting the aftermarket prices.” Thabiti adds, “It is likely that those who buy the State domains are influenced or governed by the most basic economic principle of increasing demand and short supply.”LoveTheName.com is best known in the industry for stockpiling TLD’s (top-level domains) and offering them to the public on a “name your own price” basis to allow smaller investors a better chance to compete in the lucrative aftermarket. For more info please call 720-987-5252 or visit www.LoveTheName.com.