BOCA RATON, FLORIDA. November 9, 2016
DomainAssets.com, a domain name and intellectual property brokerage firm, announced today that it has been selected as the exclusive brokerage company representing HH.com. DomainAssets.com will initiate bidding for HH.com and manage the sale transaction process.
Beginning in the 1980s, anyone could register a 2 Letter .com domain (also called “2L.com” domains). By 1998, however, all 676 combinations had been registered. Since then, they can only be obtained from a previous owner.
“Two letter .com domains are especially valuable because they are short, easy to remember, and easy to type in to Mobile devices,” added John Mauriello, Managing Partner of DomainAssets.com. “Prominent companies acquire them to match their famous trademarks as an integral part of their digital brand growth strategy,” said Mauriello. “Investors, particularly in China, have paid well into seven figures to acquire them, including 8 million USD for WE.com and 8.5 million USD for FB.com.”
Even rarer are the 26 two repeating letter .com domains, which are owned by such famous brands as American Airlines (AA.com), Johnson & Johnson (JJ.com), L.L. Bean (LL.com), and Tencent (QQ.com). “The availability of the HH.com domain is an opportunity to buy one of the rarest and most prestigious domains,” notes Mauriello.
Well known examples of prominent companies that have digitally branded with 2L.com domains include: General Motors (GM.com), Bank of America (BA.com), Calvin Klein (CK.com), American Eagle Outfitters (AE.com), Electronic Arts (EA.com), LG Corp (LG.com), Google Ventures (GV.com), IG Group (IG.com), Under Amour (UA.com), Sports Illustrated (SI.com) and H&M (HM.com).
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