|Digitron Software Announces Spin-off "Domain Advance" to develop and monetize over 150 domain names|
August 02, 2011
Digitron Software announces spin-off "Domain Advance" to develop and monetize over 150 domain names
Los Angeles, CA – Digitron Software LLC, premier developer of software solutions and internet applications in the business software space is further developing its internet services footprint by spinning off a group dedicated to the development and monetization of domain names in over 25 industries (to be announced shortly). The three prototype sites generated enough traffic to gather serious attention and accelerate ramp up time. From domain name acquisition, SEO tuning and advanced ad placement / affiliate marketing integration, "Domain Advance" has proven the worth of its process so much that additional resources are being allocated to accelerate the program. "It's pretty simple but not completely obvious...We think of this group like a team of commercial real estate developers...You find your location (based on relevant exposure), you purchase the property and make it as enticing as possible with beautiful buildings and widgets to draw in as many people as possible. Once you have enough vistors (traffic) the ability to monetize and convert that traffic to dollars is what we are doing here and doing well", said Digitron Chief Marc San Pedro. "We haven't been this excited and seen so much long term potential in a project in sometime. It might seem simple but in fact we are developing cutting-edge online tools and repositories to capture traffic at record speeds. Traffic = Value Potential and the sky is the limit beyond. We've been forced to think greatly out of the box here and we are convinced our approach is radically different from what others in the same space are doing." The core initiative which includes 150 domains is slated to proceed over the next 24 months and involves a team of 6-10 people including software engineers, creative content writers, marketing specialists, industry analysts and more. The core software services group will remain separate to support and continue software application development initiatives.