|By Marketwired .||
|July 10, 2014 09:39 AM EDT||
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 07/10/14 -- A handful of Super Premium high-value .CLUB Domain Names are slated to be auctioned off as part of Heritage Auctions' Domain Names & Intellectual Property Auction that also includes notable .com's, including Bitcoins.com which is being offered by Bitcoin entrepreneur Mark Karpeles to provide some relief to the people impacted by once dominant, now bankrupt bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox.
.CLUB is currently the number one selling new gTLD, having sold more than 80,000 domains since its launch two months ago. The .CLUB names included in this Heritage Auction are:
"These auctions provide a great opportunity for businesses, brands, marketers and domain investors alike to get the most valuable and popular new domain names early on," said Colin Campbell, CEO of .CLUB Domains. "New domain extensions such as .CLUB can provide a great value and upside as compared to their keyword counterparts in .com, and in many cases, they add meaning that enhances the value."
.CLUB has already proven to be a popular new domain name among global brands, nightclubs, associations, sports and country clubs, professional sports teams and many more. Recently, famed hip hop artist and entrepreneur 50 Cent launch 50InDa.Club and recording artist Demi Lovato announced her new fan site at Lovato.club. To date, there has been more than $600,000 in .CLUB premium name sales. Recent reported sales include: Eat.club for $20,000, English.club for $17,500, chinese.club for $13,750 and toys.club for $12,500.
"We chose a .CLUB extension for our new company Shaving.club as it not only helps brand us an affinity group for luxury shaving products, but also because of the extension's global appeal and recognition no matter what language or alphabet you use," said Lucas Webster, CEO and founder of Shaving.Club, one of many new businesses that have already been launched using a .CLUB domain.
The online domain auction is live here, and ends at 10pm CT on July 23rd. The live auction concludes on July 24, 2014 at 1pm CT.
The Heritage Domain Name Auction is an exclusive joint partnership between Heritage Auctions and RightOfTheDot, LLC to provide live auctioneer and live online auction services for premium domains in new TLD extensions that are being launched over the next several years. Heritage Auctions has completed more than $8 Billion in auction transactions since 1976, and is the world's largest collectibles auctioneer and the third largest auction house in the world. Heritage's website is among the most-trafficked websites on the web and it has offices and buying capability all over the world.
About .CLUB Domains, LLC
.CLUB Domains, LLC owns and operates the new ".CLUB" domain extension, which is currently the #1 selling new generic top-level domain on the Web today. Already recognized for its branding and marketing value, clubs of all shapes and sizes, including nightclubs, sporting and country clubs, corporate loyalty programs, online retailers, professional associations and many more, have registered and launched .CLUB websites to add more context and meaning to their website addresses. Led by Internet entrepreneur Colin Campbell, whose prior successes include Tucows Interactive and Hostopia.com, .CLUB is a one-stop shop for clubs of all sizes to secure a great domain, grow club membership, improve member engagement and add marketing value. More information and links to register .CLUB domains are available now at www.nic.club.
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