September 27, 2006; 02:02 AM
Scott Alliy, President of Allied Internet Solutions, and owner of such
domain names as urDiscovered.com, sees a bright future for websites
that feature user content.
The new inclusive marketing strategy cuts production and development
costs by allowing user created content to fill the pages of the website.
According to Scott Alliy, creator of such popular websites as
FindaSeminar.com and DomainsAvailableNow.com, the intangibles to owners
of websites fed by user content are lower cost, higher search rankings
and higher traffic and advertising revenues.
One of the ever present thorns for most website owners is growing the
number of visitors and visitor retention. The constant flow of new
videos and audios that get submitted grab the search robot's attention
and elevate the site popularity in the search rankings. At the same
time word of mouth WOM advertising helps to greatly increase the number
of visitors to the website, making the site attractive to both search
engines and advertisers looking to reach the masses.
Scott's latest concept site urDiscovered.com aims to provide a forum
where aspiring actors, musicians, athletes and people and animals with
their own special talents to present themselves.
Scott has listed urDiscovered.com on DomainsAvailableNow.com, a domain
name search engine, and is hoping to sell or lease the domain name to a
record label or talent agency and/or partner with one or more companies
interested in capitalizing on the allure of the catchy dotcom domain
Allied Internet Solutions Inc. is a Houston-based Internet
marketing firm offering Internet marketing consulting services as well
as web design and development and general Internet business consulting.
The company owns several popular Internet sites including FindaSeminar.com, AddPR.com, WhatSay.com and DomainsAvaialbleNow.com.