Adrian is right: sometimes DailyDOOH posts write themselves. As administrator of the DailyDOOH domains, I normally
deal with discard the spam and unsolicited sales pitches very quickly. The golden nugget quoted below caught my eye just before bedtime last night. This is what a true entrepreneur does: find what your potential customer desperately needs, and offer it at an affordable price.
Considering that we only come as the 100th result when searching for “Digital Sign Software”, I am sure that several dozens of domain administrators have been offered this unique chance.
So, dear readers (and usual suspects), any takers? Are you going to let your competition snap up such hot online property?
I’m [name removed to protect the laughable], a software developer from Montreal, Canada. I see that you are associated with dailydooh.com and that your website appears for the search term “Digital Sign Software”. I thought that you might like to know that I am seeking a buyer for my domain name DigitalSignSoftware.com.
You may find that by owning DigitalSignSoftware.com and pointing type-in traffic to your existing site that you capture pre-qualified leads. In addition, you will find that Google will boost your ranking for “Digital Sign Software” once you start adding content to the website. There are 480 searches for “Digital Sign Software” on Google every month.
DigitalSignSoftware.com is a defining name for this industry and owning such a name will tell your competitors, current and future customers, partners and/or investors that you are a major player in this field. Even if you just keep this domain for future use or sale, it will solidify your online presence.
Because I am looking to clear out my domain names, I would be willing to offer you DigitalSignSoftware.com at a good price. If you would like to consider acquiring this domain name, or would like more information, please reply to this message.
Thank you for taking the time to read this message. I look forward to hearing from you.
All the best,
[name, phone number and email removed to protect the laughable]