LOS ANGELES, Nov. 29, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The authoritative movie streaming domain MovieCloud.com, called a "game changer" by the Huffington Post, is available for acquisition for the first time since 2006. The deadline for bids is December 9, 2016. Buckley Media Group, the broker of record for the domain, explains when you utilize a highly targeted, category-defining domain like MovieCloud.com, you turn mindshare into market share at a lower cost of media dollars spent. Photo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20161123/442643 As more content providers develop their own platforms to stream movies, the market becomes more fragmented and consumers harder to reach. This is the perfect opportunity to own a studio agnostic platform that is not only a valuable domain, but an instantly recognizable brand, and an incredible sales and marketing tool—highly targeted, memorable, familiar and credible. An appreciating asset, it's the perfect name to allow your company to scale even faster, disrupt the industry and truly own this hotly competitive space. While many media companies concentrate on making content, the real money is in distributing that content to a worldwide audience under the right brand. Talk about a competitive edge. Location: Brand Credibility & Market ShareBrand Recognition + Generic Credibility = More Brand Recognition Most companies own multiple brands. On top of that, marketing agencies utilize multiple approaches to target various consumer audiences—a two-fold approach is more valuable than just pushing brand recognition alone. Brand recognition efforts are vital. For maximum effectiveness, combine them with efforts to grow credibility for consumers who are unfamiliar with your brand or undecided. Look at Russian Standard Vodka's $3 million acquisition of premium domain Vodka.com. Furthermore, look at the timing: the Russian company was one year into their first foray into the lucrative US market. For three straight years since, with US growth rates at 56.5%, the brand received honors and awards for understanding and achieving consumer appeal. Acquiring the premium domain name was an integral part of this success. As a startup, Mint.com credited their investment in a premium domain as a primary factor that enabled their brand recognition up to the 15 million users they now report. Now, premium domain names don't exclusively add value for startups or an unknown brand entering international markets. Barnes & Noble owns Books.com, attracting curious book lovers. Bank of America surely closes millions more of sales on their premium domain Loans.com…and the list goes on: "tuna.com" points to "bumblebee.com", and "salad.com" points to "hiddenvalley.com".