Domain for sale

Card image cap
Interested in purchasing this domain?

All you need is to fill out the form below, indicating your email address, as well as your name and surname in the form below, and we will contact you shortly.

We will provide you with up-to-date payment options for a domain name, as well as a description of the next steps for its acquisition.

Once you confirm to us that you are ready to purchase a domain, we will reserve it for you for 24 hours so that you can safely pay for it.


Web addresses (URLs) and languages other than English are not allowed in this contact form.
We'll never share your email with anyone else.

Why is this domain a profitable and successful investment?

Many of us love to travel and such lovers often face the problem of choosing a travel company. When you are faced with a huge selection of names of such companies, you don't know anything about them yet and just scroll through them until something catches your eye. We have specially developed such a name, which could unambiguously speak about what information this site will carry, so that it is as short as possible without losing its semantic load. The domain name consists of two words earth and land. Everything is short, simple and clear, which attracts us when choosing a company. Suitable domains of use of the domain name: Tourism, Commercial real estate.

These domains of use for an online bookshop.One of our clients has asked us to create their domain during a limited time period, during which they could start to build a web store for general multimedia soundtracks for several years. We enjoyed this opportunity because it allows customers for the first time to get their new cds on their home computer. We covered this from month one up until first one month. The site also requires an acceptable e-mail service. Our e-mail service is very simple: basic e-mail address, then text messages and finally even the same basic account for on-line upload of the cds.<|endoftext|>Mr. Doherty, a longtime protector of veterans and their families, assumed the role of director of the USA TODAY Foundation, the public affairs agency that oversees the magazine, on Oct. 27. He previously served as director of the magazine's in-house operations since 2011. In a statement, Nicholas J. Avery, a spokesman for MetLife, which is purchasing its first individual ever health insurance for all employees, said that Mr. Doherty had a "busy, accomplished and much admired" career which he added had included stints as a lawyer, a billionaire, a key investor and a member of the advisory board at Citigroup . Multiple news outlets reported that he had moved to the gig last month when he joined the agency. Mr. Doherty's selection closes months of dragging out neighbours of Pulitzer prize-winning columnist Nina Totenberg versus LiveForever and public records disclosure cases, which may have helped or hurt the exposition, a spokeswoman said. Mr. Doherty served as a resident at the hospital when she had the cancer and missed 15 weeks of work, Ms. Totenberg had said before receiving news of his appointment. It turned out that Mr. Doherty had bought home insurance for Ms. Totenberg's mother as a thank you for her full-time work and the protective insurance policy he bought for himself, Ms. Totenberg told the Guardian. Her mother died in April, and her account isn't known, but Mr. Doherty, in a deposition at a government house in Maryland , quoted her as saying "I don't know for sure that I would still be here without Mr. Doherty." Mr. Doherty answered that he may have found another house to buy, she said, but that it also wasn't clear what the specific goal of his purchase was. Also at stake is a host of political entities, including an Israeli hospital with ties to the Israeli prime minister's office, if a property acquisition trial is concluded. Moreover, large groups of political donors and political operatives are spending on efforts over the past two months to find potential waste and fraud leaders at LiveForever, apparently as a means of pushing certain candidates out of the running amid a budget dispute. Anne Patterson, a spokeswoman for LiveForever, declined to comment, but the company has not had a good reputation among the Capitol Hill press corps. Mr. Doherty's tenure at MetLife sets up a potential classic Jones Act dispute between Mr. Doherty and Mr. Avery. Mr. Avery was asked by MetLife's Prop. 2 Commission, a bipartisan group of five senators that Deansa S. Jones, the dean of nonprofit law and ethics law at Albany Law School