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02|27|2008 11:33 pm EDT

Communicate.com Launches Brazil.com Beta

by Chad Kettner in Categories: Domain Development

Communicate.comCommunicate.com Inc., a growing e-commerce and media company, has teamed up with Wanderspot to launch Brazil.com, the first of many online travel destinations planned to be released this year.

By joining together with Wanderspot, Communicate.com plans to develop their highly valued domains to increase the value of their portfolio. The beta launch of Brazil.com is a milestone event for Communicate.com and Wanderspot, as they have mutually planned on developing multiple significant destinations in the near future.

The partnership combines Wanderspot’s expertise in engineering, web development, and interactive technology with Communicate.com’s rich online portfolio of domain names.

“The growth strategy for Communicate.com involves attracting top-notch specialists to execute the highest caliber of work to drive us towards our goals,� said Jonathan Ehrlich, the President of Communicate.com. “The incredibly talented team at Wanderspot understands how to build destinations that are easily discovered, highly engaging and easy to use.�

Ehrlich believes that these websites, which are to be developed and launched by September, 2008, will enable Communicate.com to meet their long-term objectives through domain monetization.

Wanderspot LLC is known for their ability to create highly interactive web destinations with a rich history of success including work for Jobster.com, ESPN.com, and Drugstore.com.

[via MarketWire]

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3 Comments

Michael

February 28, 2008 @ 7:06 am EDT

That Brazil site is pretty thin… hopefully they are not done yet.

Johnny Canuck

February 28, 2008 @ 7:41 am EDT

^ Agree

That site shouldn’t be shown to the public, rather embarrassing.

Richard

February 28, 2008 @ 3:08 pm EDT

17 pages? Am I missing a link somewhere on the site?

17 pages? Seriously? A PR on a 17 page website?

I gotta get me a publicly traded shell company.

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