of our readers
familiar with Andrew Rosener's domain
brokerage company Media
Options. The company regularly sends
out a popular email list of domains for sale.
Media Options is breaking new ground now
though, having just entered the hot daily
deal space with a new subsidiary at DX.com.
clever new platform aggregates all of the
local deals being offered in the United
States and Canada by more than 400
Daily Deal companies.
DX.com plans to expand into more international
territories as well.
said, "Our value proposition is that
instead of receiving 10 - 20 emails per day from
all the various daily deal companies (over 60 in
New York City alone!), you can get just 1
email from DX.com with all the deals in one
place, one email, one website."
is confident that having a rare two-letter
.com domain name to base the platform on is
also likely to give his new venture a head start
when it comes to credibility. "I believe
that by using the name DX.com
(Online Deal Exchange) there
will be an inherent
trust factor with clients that will separate
us from the pack of other sites with odd names
that few can remember," Rosener said.
site just went live this week and Rosener said
you will be noticing a number of improvements
with each passing day. "Very soon
we'll be adding more functionality that
will allow users to select specific categories
of deals that they would like to receive and
which ones they do not want to
receive," Rosener noted, adding. "We
still have some aesthetic finishes to complete, but we wanted
to get the frame work launched and start
building a customer base ASAP."
a wise move as you can expect more aggregators
to pour into the exploding daily deal space. By
acting quickly and taking advantage of a
memorable, high end domain, Media Options has a
chance to hit a real home run with DX.com.