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Do You Want to Buy the 'Election 2004'? asks Sue Cohn of Word of Mouth Advertising, Inc.
HIGHLAND PARK, Ill. - August 30, 2004 /Send2Press Newswire/ -- Chicago-area Internet entrepreneur
Sue Cohn, of Word of Mouth Advertising, Inc., is offering to sell her Internet domain
www.election2004.com to any TV networks, candidates, political parties and organizations who can
come up with a minimum of $500,000 -- a relatively small sum now when you consider the record
amounts of money being spent for this year's election on TV ad buys and elaborate political
According to Cohn, "The TV networks rely heavily on their Internet portals as an adjunct to their
broadcasts, not only to promote their advertisers' products online but to expand on their
broadcast content and points-of-view. Now the candidates and the political organizations are
doing the same thing online to hold viewers attention longer than they could in just a 30-second
"Given the closeness of the 2000 election and even closer predictions expected this year, the TV
networks especially want their share of the rapidly growing Internet audience not clicking over
to their competitors' websites. For complete election coverage, results, projections or opinions,
candidate bios and political links election2004.com is an ideal, easy-to-remember Internet portal
for TV viewers to quickly get to online ... without having to remember long link names with
slash-slash or dot-dot to painstakingly navigate into."
Cohn has already fielded a number of calls from interested TV network news executives as well as
representatives and donors for both major parties and several of the '527 political organizations
now running issue ads on TV.
She fully expects to sell election2004.com very soon for at least
the minimum asking price of $500,000, if not slightly more, to one of the TV networks. Though
Cohn still insists she may ultimately decide to sell it to one of the major political parties or
presidential candidates instead.
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Word of Mouth Advertising, Inc.
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