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Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 2010/07/28 - Beef.com today launched a new marketing service for farmers, ranchers and those servicing the beef industry.
The innovative Marketing Name solution allows anyone to lease a sub-domain from Beef.com while solving the three most important issues that ranchers face in today’s online world:
• Getting Found: Beef.com Marketing Names are easily branded and remembered by target customers. It is no secret that search engines value quality generic domain names and evidence shows that if a customer searches for “Organic Beef” then Organic.Beef.com has a very good chance of appearing high in the search results.
• Building a Website: All Beef.com subscriptions come with an e-commerce website builder that is simple to use and requires no technical knowledge. There are more than 1,700 prebuilt, professionally designed templates on the Beef.com platform ensuring a great-looking website can be made quickly and easily.
• Making Money Online: Updating information, selling products, emailing customers, listing stock and availability – all these and many more activities can be managed by any rancher that can use Microsoft word. With Beef.com, the process of selling direct to consumers has been simplified and made accessible to all.
Initial data indicates that there will be a land rush for the most popular names as people realise that they can secure a unique name that allows a small business owner to effectively “own” a huge market. For example which rancher will obtain Texas.Beef.com, which breeder will secure Longhorn.Beef.com and which supplier will get NewYork.Beef.com?
“We have been involved in the Web Domain industry for many years and watched business owners pay $100,000+ for Beef related domain names and then hire a team of technologists to build the site and manage their Search Engine Optimisation. The beauty of Beef.com names is that anyone can now compete with the big boys for $24.95 per month, and they can build everything themselves in less than an hour”, said Chris Jensen of Beef.com.
Preliminary name requests have come from individual ranchers who want to promote their business and sell direct to the public, from consortiums who are working together to enter new markets, and from breed associations who are tasked with raising the profile of their breed.
A free trial of the service is available for interested ranchers, marketers, and associations. Using the free trial reserves the chosen Marketing Name for a 10 day period which allows everyone an equal opportunity to try the service risk free.