|By Marketwired .||
|June 12, 2014 11:35 AM EDT||
LEWISTON, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 06/12/14 -- IPv4 Market Group, a global expert in IPv4 address block transfers, announced today the official launch of its new website, http://ipv4marketgroup.com. According to Sandra Brown, President of IPv4 Market group, the new website has been designed to provide a user friendly experience with improved navigation and transparent IPv4 market information reflecting the openness and values of IPv4 Market Group.
"Our clients are always happy to find our business and communication styles are very open and transparent. They find it very refreshing when transferring IPv4 addresses on a global basis," commented Jeff Mehlenbacher, Executive Vice President of Business Development. "To this end, the website is very open, providing information that no one else provides: current pricing, as seen on IPv4 Market Group transactions and an overview of the IPV4 transfer process in the APNIC, ARIN, and RIPE regions. Of course, the next transaction may be at a higher or lower price than the previous, but it is always good for project planning to have a source of information for reference, and our philosophy is to be as transparent as possible."
Similar to the previous website, the new site allows visitors to submit requests to buy IPv4 addresses and/or sell IPv4 addresses. Now there is also a new short form on every page for just the potential client's name and email address to shorten the online entry. Each request is always followed up on by an expert who will explain the next steps in the buy or sell process, and provide any other information requested.
The new website is also more tightly integrated with social media, providing access to IPv4 Market Group's catalog of blogs and a Twitter feed on each page, as well as sharing links to YouTube videos from regional conferences and updates to the company's LinkedIn page.
"Each of these provide additional insight into what we are doing, including our activities with Regional Internet Policy, and views on pricing trends, futures, and current issues with the trading market," said Brown. "One of my favorite new sections is the Why IPv4 Market Group page which discusses our forward and transparent style, plus our credentials and links to our partners and client testimonials."
The About section is now very robust and educational, expanding on the previous Glossary and adding a new FAQ section. Visitors will find there is also a whole page dedicated to more information on the next generation of IP addresses, IPv6.
About IPv4 Market Group: IPv4 Market Group is a global leader in IPv4 transfers with over 90 transactions completed or in progress. The firm was founded in May of 2011. Its President is Sandra Brown, the Nortel Director behind the first ever IPv4 transfer, a $7.5 Million sale of 660,000 IPv4 addresses to Microsoft. She and her business partner, Executive Vice President of Business Development, Jeff Mehlenbacher, have a very long and credible IPv4 transaction history in the ARIN, RIPE, and APNIC regions. They will bring their considerable IPv4 expertise to bear for any firm interested in buying or selling IPs. To learn more, visit www.ipv4marketgroup.com or call 905-880-5906.
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