Top Notch Domains, LLC Acquires

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Top Notch Domains, LLC adds world famous French Riviera resort domain name to its diverse portfolio and launches Secaucus, New Jersey website.
Nashua, NH (PRWEB) September 12, 2008 — Top Notch Domains, LLC is pleased to announce the acquisition of The company will soon launch a vacation and tourist guide targeting visitors to the French Riviera, one of the most famous resort areas in the world. The company is not disclosing the amount of the transaction.
In addition to this news, the company also announces the launch of, a guide to the city of Secaucus, New Jersey. Both of these announcements are aligned with the company’s strategy of developing informational websites on high value domain names.
“The French Riviera is one of the most glamorous destinations in the world, and I am excited to have the opportunity to develop into a world class travel website,” said Top Notch Domains, LLC President Elliot Silver. “ is the first international geodomain the company has acquired, and I look forward to developing it. If you are visiting St. Tropez, Monte Carlo, South of France, or anywhere else on the French Riviera, will help you plan your trip – from hotels, to beaches, to night clubs and more.”
In addition to and, the company also owns and operates, a guide to Burbank, California,, a guide to Lowell, Massachusetts, and, a website with information and resources on tropical birds found throughout the world.
The company expects a full launch of in Q4 2008.
About Top Notch Domains, LLC
Top Notch Domains, LLC is a privately held domain investment company specializing in the acquisition of high value domain names. The company’s President, Elliot Silver, is the founder of, an award winning domain investment and strategy blog.

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  1. Elliot that’s exciting news…
    I look forward to seeing the finished vehicle…
    You do creative, useful Geo sites…
    They inspire me…
    Continued success to you…
    Back I go to working on the Categories of Available names
    at DB…
    Have a great weekend…
    ~Patricia Kaehler

  2. Salut Elliot,
    très belle prise concernant
    Toutes mes félicitations. Si jamais tu as besoin
    d’un coup de main concernant les traductions pour ce site,
    je serai ravi de te donner un coup de main.

  3. Nice purchase Elliot. What a great name. I especially like your self interview.
    I’m sure you are already aware of the free PR sites, but here is a quick list of a few I have used with success in the past. You may want to submit this release through these sites if you get a chance. It will help drive up mentions online and help with your inbound links. By the way, I am in no way affiliated with any of them.
    Best Regards,

  4. Let’s see…….you announce a great acquisition and the launch of another $$ maker site…..on the same day that your former employer continues to get pummelled in the stock market…………..are you sure you’re not second-guessing your decision to leave the corporate world? 🙂
    Sincere congrats.

  5. Elloit,
    Congratulations on the new geo. Top Notch indeed.
    I am travelling in Southern Europe this week. In Florence right now. There is definitely a large potential for more growth in European and international geodomains. Doing a bit of research while I’m here. The one thing I cannot wrap my fingers around is the TLD and language tradeoff. Obviously, buying the “.com” is perfect for the english translation and will be the prime site for english travellers (and other languages if you offer them), but I’m trying to figure out how much “local” presence can be made, or even if there is much extra money in the “local” side versus the “destination” side. It will be very interesting to hear your feedback as you grow the site.
    Best of luck with the domain. I’m hoping we are able to do something similar with an international destination domain at some point. Would love to compare notes if it gets to that.

  6. Why do you keep buying domains to places you know nothing about?
    Now you’re gonna set up some type of authority site on somewhere you’ve probably never even been to.
    Makes no sense that some guy from NH owns and develops the main domain for the Fench Riviera.
    First off, your assumption is incorrect, as I have been there as well as many other places in the world.
    Secondly, why would this make no sense?
    Thanks for the good laugh though.


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