2-For-Tuesday Domain Names: CapeRestaurant(s).US

Cape Cod, MA, USACape Cod, MA domain names available in this week’s 2-For-Tuesday domain name offering are directory site dotUS geo-domain names.

Buy one of the above referenced domain names (bid via Sedo) and the second domain will be included as a bonus in a private transfer.

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Geo-Domain Expo San Diego 2009 Geo-Targeted Domain Auction Map

Google Executive, N.Y. Times Compete for Local Ads in New Jersey- Bloomberg.com

Google Executive, N.Y. Times Wrestle in New Jersey for Local Ads – Bloomberg.com

New York, NY/ Maplewood, New Jersey– The New York Times joined the fray this month with a Maplewood blog. Their prize: online ads from local companies — the fastest- growing source of revenue for the news business. – Bloomberg.com

The New York Times does not own NewYork.com (Domain Investor Leland Hardy does), NewJersey.com or Maplewood.com as strategic online extensions to their NYTimes.com online property. If the New York Times used a premium geo-domain name strategy to attract local advertisers, they would gain a competitive advantage by multi-channeling their media company to compete in the tri-state (NY, NJ & CT) area’s regional online ad market.

Moreover, the Maplewood rivals described in the linked Bloomberg article clearly shows how some traditional and new media companies, as well as Madison Avenue, do not understand the power behind high-profile geo-domain names as online extensions to a media company’s brand. In this instance (read linked Bloomberg article by clicking this blogpost’s headline), the New York Times has created a blog geo-targeting Maplewood, New Jersey to compete for local advertisers by using a sub-domain (Maplewood.blogs/NYTimes.com). The competing Google executive is using the domain name Patch.com to geo-target the Maplewood local online advertising market.

More importantly, in order to geo-target the tri-state regional and local Internet ad market, media company’s would benefit greatly by using a geo-domain strategy of premium geo-domain names. Listed below are some of the Top premium dot-com & dot-tv geo-domain names that make perfect sense (if the extremely rare geo- domains were attainable) as an aggressive, strategic play for a major online media player competing for market penetration in the Greater New York tri-state new social media arena:

Top Tri-state Geo-Domain Names for NY, NJ & CT :

In sum, premium geo-domain names are the answer to the future of new social media and local search marketing.

Top 10 City Newspapers in Trouble

The Top 10 papers in danger, according to 24/7 Wall St., include (in order):

1.) The Philadelphia Daily News, the smaller of two jointly operated papers.
2.) The Minneapolis Star Tribune, which has filed for Chapter 11 protection.
3.) The Miami Herald, hurt by the state’s severe real estate collapse.
4.) The Detroit News, the smaller of two papers in the Motor City.
5.) The Boston Globe.
6.) The San Francisco Chronicle, a deadline for closing has been set.
7.) The Chicago Sun-Times, the smaller of two city newspapers.
8.) The New York Daily News, which could see losses in the millions.
9.) The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, facing stiff competition in the Dallas market.
10.) The Cleveland Plain Dealer, located in one of the nation’s toughest markets.
(Source: Boston Herald)

The Boston Globe owns geo-domain name ‘Boston.com’. The geo-domains of the above referenced major cities will survive and thrive down the road as old media converges with new media. Traditional print media advertising dollars will continue to migrate online with the emerging trend of geo-targeted, local paid search marketing.

Marchex to Participate in the 19th Annual Citigroup Global Entertainment, Media and Telecommunications Conference – MarketWatch

Marchex to Participate in the 19th Annual Citigroup Global Entertainment, Media and Telecommunications Conference – MarketWatch
SEATTLE, Jan 05, 2009 — Marchex, Inc.
MCHX 5.92, +0.11, +1.9%) , a domain industry giant, as well as a leading local search and advertising company, recently announced tomorrow’s January 6th live webcast with Russell C. Horowitz, CEO, who will present at the following media conference:
— 19th Annual Citigroup Global Entertainment, Media and Telecommunications Conference Tuesday, January 6, 2009 Time: 2:50 p.m. Pacific Time The Arizona Biltmore, Phoenix, AZ

Live Webcast of the upcoming Marchex presentation will be available on Marchex’s Web site: Marchex.com

Domain Name Campaign… Let’s Start with Craigslist!

Craigslist, as you know, is one of the top online destination Web sites online globally. “Craigslist is a central network of online communities, featuring free online classified advertisements – with jobs, internships, housing, personals, (real estate for sale, cars & boats for sale) /barter/wanted, services, community, gigs, resume, and pets categories – and forums on various topics.” – Craigslist on Wikipedia

The domain industry needs a Domain Names for sale category!

How do you add a new category on Craigslist.org?

“New categories are added when demand is demonstrated by posting patterns in existing categories, e.g. when we saw a lot of furniture ads in the general for sale category, we added a dedicated furniture category.”- Craigslist (Click link for more details)

Craigslist would be a great way to sell domain names and especially local geo-domain names.

  • As a dominer community, we should start advertising our domain names and also request a domain name category by emailing them from their site.
  • Contact Craigslist from this link and ask for a new domain names for sale category (check suggestions) This is like a petition… Click Here Now! Do it now! We will all benefit.

Domain names for local small to medim sized business owners need a local domain name marketplace so that domain investors have geo-targeted prospective buyers. This was just announced on Twitter InsideDomaining: “New category needed for domain names online classifieds on Craigslist.org… offer suggestion for a new category Domain Names for sale!” less than 5 seconds ago to get the word out on how important this is for buying and selling local domain names.

Canada’s .CA Domain Trades for $18k

Cambridge, MA- Sedo’s premium auction site recently closed on a one word premium domain name in Canada’s .ca ccTLD (Top-Level-Domain) extension.

Just Sold: Espresso.ca Trades for $18,000 GreatDomains.com

New coffee-related, Vancouver Geo-Domain Names offered by International Domain Brokerage- URLBrokers.co.uk:

  • VancouverCoffeeShop.com
  • VancouverCoffeeShops.com

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Marchex, Inc. – Local Insight – Unlocking the Potential of the Local Internet

Marchex, Inc. – Local Insight – Unlocking the Potential of the Local Internet
Local Online Advertising: Strategies and Tactics Every Company Should Know from recent market research on local search from Oct. 1st Sterling Market Intelligence & Marchex Webcast.
Source: Marchex.com

Local.com Corporation Announces Stock Repurchase Program – SmartBrief

Local.com Corporation Announces Stock Repurchase Program – SmartBrief “Local.com (NASDAQ:LOCM) is the largest local search network in the United States. The company uses patented technologies to provide over 17 million consumers each month with the most relevant search results for local businesses, products and services on Local.com and over 700 regional media sites. Businesses can target ready-to-purchase consumers using a variety of advertising products.” – BusinessWire.com, Local.com

URLBrokers.co.uk Rolls Out New Brokerage Arm- ‘DotMeBrokers.com’

Boston, MA/ Manchester, UKURLBrokers.co.uk creates a new domain brokerage division- DotMeBrokers.com specializing in the emerging trend of fast growing new ccTLD (Top-Level-Domain) extension dotME. URLBrokers has arguably some of the best dotME domains newly listed including Condos.me, Celebs.me and Diary.me. The dot Me domain brokers also have some extremely rare, Class A dotME geo-domains including Hollywood.me, PalmBeach.me, Cuba.me, Habana.me, Acapulco.me, Hamptons.me and Waikiki.me!

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