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December 15, 2013, 06:48:19 PM
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New way to convey online business brand or message !

Why Buy Bitcoine.rs Domain Name ?

Bitcoine.rs domain name is Short, Descriptive and Memorable.

Short with only 10 letters total, versus the comparable dot com with 13 letters. Bitcoine.rs offers the ability to produce extremely short domain name that increase its relevance and memorability. It comes into its own when used in conjunction with SMS and Instant Messaging services, and especially Twitter with its 140-character limit on tweets.

Descriptive, Bitcoine.rs tells visitors exactly what to expect when they visit the website.

Memorable, Bitcoine.rs is easy for someone to remember, sounds familar to visitors (even if they haven't visited the website before), and it can convey trust to prospective clients.

Bitcoine.rs makes your website name sticky. It can establish your brand and help you get a relevant website name, without paying over the odds.

It’s also a good way to let your customers know how clever and creative your organisation is.

Why use domain name extensions to express company's name or product ?

The perfect fusion of creativity and innovation, a domain name hack is an excellent startup domain used and trusted by Freicoin (Freico.in), Apple (Itun.es, Researche.rs), Google (Goo.gl, Ro.me, Googli.ng, Kro.me), Microsoft (So.cl, Bi.ng), Yahoo! (Flic.kr), HP (Gr.am), Instagram (Instagr.am), Bitly (Bit.ly), SocialFlow (Trib.al), Maytag (Mayt.ag), Mcafee (Mcaf.ee), Zynga (Zyn.ga), Hasbro (Hasb.ro), Gemalto (Gemal.to), Philips (Phili.ps), Petrobras (Petrobr.as), Bemis (Bem.is), Gannett Company (Ganne.tt), Michelin (Michel.in) Youtube (Youtu.be), Netflix (Movi.es), TIME Magazine (Ti.me), Huffington Post (Huffpo.st), NY Times (Nyt.ms), iThemes (iThem.es), Virgin Group (Virg.in), Bill Gates (b-gat.es), Wordpress’s founder Matt Mullenweg (ma.tt, nav.al, gir.ly), Digg’s founder Kevin Rose (kevinro.se), Blo.gs (acquired by Yahoo!), Delicio.us (acquired by Yahoo!), Frid.ge (acquired by Google), Mi.lk (acquired by Google), Love.ly (acquired by Quotidian Ventures), Answe.rs (acquired by Answers.com), Pengu.in (acquired by Shutterfly.com), Famo.us (acquired by Famous Industries), Gr.ee (acquired by Gree.jp), Soci.al (acquired by Social.com), Grou.ps, Cir.ca, etc.

Domain name hacks are the best alternatives to dot-com domains and more startups and companies adopting them, making these domains ever more valuable.

They are easier to type. Given how popular mobile web navigation is now, keeping the domains short is crucial. Apps may handle a lot of navigations, but if mobile users see a URL somewhere, they would have to type it in. Typing on mobile devices is not as easy as on desktops and laptops. Domain name hacks make it as convenient as possible for someone to type a URL. A shorter name also gives more versatility in mobile site design as it easily fits on a smaller screen.

Some sales :

Local.ly sold to Infor for $100,000
http://techcrunch.com/2011/11/09/domain-name-local-ly-sold-for-100000/

Soci.al sold to SocialFlow (owner of Social.com) for $50,000
http://domainnamewire.com/2011/09/17/soci-al-domain-hack-sells-for-50000/

Instant.ly sold to Webtigo for $32,000
http://www.dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2012/20120328.htm

Famo.us sold to Famous Industries, Inc. for $25,000
http://www.dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2011/20110810.htm

Ma.de sold to Made Innovative for $25,000
http://www.domainnews.com/en/top-20-cctld-sales-for-q1-2012.html

Gr.ee sold to Gree.jp for $25,000
http://www.dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2012/20120808.htm

Aweso.me sold to Theorydot for $24,189
http://domainnamewire.com/tag/me/page/3/

Rep.ly sold to Social Media Ltd for $22,050
http://www.dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2010/20101027.htm

Whi.ch sold to Which.co.uk for $21,840
http://dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2011/20120111.htm

Love.ly sold to Quotidian Ventures for $20,000
http://www.dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2011/20110608.htm

Answe.rs sold to Answers.com for $20,000

K.im sold to Kim Dotcom for $20,000
http://domainnamewire.com/2013/06/13/kim-dotcom-buys-k-im-domain-name-for-20000/

Futu.re sold for $20,000

Dai.ly sold to Dailymotion for $17,000

Weddin.gs sold for $16,000

Fir.st sold to SocialFlow for $15,000

Mur.al sold for $10,000

Domain hacks in action :
Casinoco.in digital currency for online casino gaming.
Frid.ge Keep it fresh with Fridge and Google
Merge.rs Online platform to sell company
Indoo.rs Mobile application to get real-time position
Stakeholde.rs Map based survey
Fivesta.rs Loyalty programs
Pea.rs Open source WordPress theme
Illustrato.rs Original art
Artworke.rs Art workers of the Internet
Chee.rs Mobile Apps
Crescen.do Angel Investor.
Cre.do Design studio.
Vir.al Aggregator of several URL shorteners.
Bre.ad Billboards for social media links
Thebea.st The Daily Beast, a news and entertainment site.
Gnom.es Customized Wordpress design..
Monopo.ly Tactics and Strategies for Monopoly City Streets.
Braini.ac The Braini Academic, "self-paced online technology training."
Iamserio.us Live shows and Internet radio.
Jessi.ca The blog of a woman named Jessica in Key West
Toa.st Get Great Gifts.
Mov.ie Service for addressing official movie websites.
Cur.io Fashions from the Past.
chil.li Marketing.
Mor.ph Delivering Computing for the Cloud.
Cra.sh Explore tourist attractions.
Paintbru.sh Virtual home of the artist Teresa Castaneda.
Harve.st Enviro Consultant Service.
Domai.nr: Domain search engine.
Logarit.hm A simple web-based natural logarithm calculator.
Grou.ps Social software.
Surpri.se Online art gallery.

For further information, do not hesitate to contact us by e-mail olivier441@hotmail.fr or visit Bitcoine.rs website.

Best regards,
Oliv.
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December 15, 2013, 07:50:43 PM
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Man, all these domain names and the profits you can make.  I don't personally believe they are worth THAT MUCH.  But... when there are people willing to pay the price... well, then it's worth it i guess.

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