NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ / ACCESSWIRE / October 24, 2018 / The cannabis laws across many states in the United States are changing rapidly for both recreational marijuana and medical marijuana. And the U.S. neighbor to the north, Canada, recently became the first major Western nation to go all-in on full-blown recreational marijuana legalization. Investors big and small are investing and making deals to profit in this fast emerging hot growth industry that is projected by many analysts to be a budding multi-billion dollar industry. And, many small investors are speculating in the cannabis domain name aftermarket see here https://cbdrevu.com/cbd-cannabis-marijuana-hemp-domain-names-for-sale/
The cannabis niche for aftermarket domain names involves not just recreational and medical marijuana but also hemp, the popular extract CBD oil, and a lesser-known cannabinoid called CBG, or cannabigerol. CBG is viewed by some in the industry as the possible next big thing regarding the wellness aspects of cannabis and hemp. Some industry participants even suggest that CBG could potentially eclipse the best CBD oil in the wellness arena.
Sometimes a good domain name can be like winning the lottery. A case in point, and this is a unique example unlikely to be duplicated, is the domain name 'marijuana (dot) com'. A New York Times story in October of 2010 indicated that this domain sold for more than one million dollars in 2004. The NY Times report stated the owner of the domain turned down multiple offers for over $2 million in the years following their purchase. And then, according to Tech Crunch the domain eventually sold for $4.2 million in 2011. That is, of course, an extreme example and speculators are not likely to see expect that price level for aftermarket domains in the marijuana space anytime soon. But, the importance of keyword-rich, generic domain names can be critical since many new companies will rely on organic search to help their promotional and retailing efforts. Especially since most of the largest retail outlets, like Amazon and Whole Foods, and other advertising platforms such as most of the major search engines currently do not permit advertising for marijuana or CBD. Consumers must be diligent when shopping. For instance, CBD oil on Amazon is not permitted but there are plenty of very expensive hemp oils for sale that they may seem like CBD products but are, in fact, only hemp seed oils containing little or no CBD.
There are a number of ancillary businesses in the cannabis space that are also growing rapidly from seed companies to testing labs and more. Another area that is experiencing high growth is the vaporizer market as more marijuana users are abandoning smoking for vaping. There are numerous products including such brands as the portable DaVinci Miqro Vaporizer and DynaVap Vaporizers.
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