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5 things Mike Cyger learned – DNW Podcast #196

What DomainSherpa’s founder learned while learning about domain investing. Mike Cyger did over 400 interviews for DomainSherpa before he sold the site. On today’s show, Mike recounts how he got into the domain name business, how he learned domain investing my listening to and studying what others did, and five things he learned while running DomainSherpa. […]

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Local Domainer Makes Good & ‘Tis The Season: 11 Innovative Holiday Marketing Strategies

Why Is It Important To Brand Your Business? Video Marketing: The New King Of Content; ; In-House Team Or Outsourced Digital Marketing? Twitter users respond to #280characters rollout: ‘All we wanted was an edit button’; Visionary CMOs Will Focus On Growth And Customer-Obsession In 2018; Why David Ogilvy’s Advertising Bible Is Getting A Modern Update; […]

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Domainer Who Sold Jet (.com) Was The Least Paid Millionaire; Different Entrepreneur Referred Clients For Shares Now Worth $20 Million

Why I’m finally leaving cable TV; Former Bell Labs site seeks to inspire new inventors; How a Beverly Hills couple came to control a water empire; Wayfair’s web sales jump 72% in Q2; Publishers’ organic reach on Facebook has tanked and .. Global high-end brands increasingly sell online in China Owen Frager Imagination | For […]

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Meet A Smart Domainer: Mike Mann; Connecting Dots (or collecting dot coms)

Google. BMW. Canon. Microsoft: A mid-year analysis of .brand progress; Your Hashtag Campaign Is Pointless And Won’t Work. Here’s Why; Intelligent people tend to be messy, stay awake longer, and swear more; RIP ROI: Time-To-Market is the New Indicator of Success; Subway’s Clean Slate: Eating Even Fresher and Using a New Logo and.. The Simple […]

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Wikipedia surpasses 5 million articles, but no ‘domainer’

Wikipedia, the free online encyclopaedia, has reached a major milestone. There are now more than 5,000,000 articles in Wikipedia, according to the latest statistics. Wikipedia, the 7th most visited destination on the world wide web, according to Alexa, is also actively pursuing cases of infringing trademarks. We found at least 34 UDRP cases filed by […]

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Father Domainicus: After Thanksgiving, time to Qetchup!

Greetings and salutations, my domainer sisters and brothers – this is Father Domanicus returning after a short hiatus from the festivities of Thanksgiving. Let me tell you, what a glorious day it is here in the sunny state of Florida, the headquarters of our Domain Church. The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and […]

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Stephen Hawking at TRAFFIC: gTLDs will could wipe out the entire Domainer Cosmos!

Stephen Hawking, the man who proved that the universe created itself spontaneously and that there is no god, is a beacon of information and wisdom. In his later prediction, Stephen Hawking – who is also a domain investor of .Co.UK and .UK domain names – paints a grim picture about gTLDs and ICANN. “Like…the…god particle…there […]

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Merriam-Webster adds selfie, hasthtag, tweep, unfriend to 2014 edition of dictionary

Thousands of catfish pouting selfies will finally receive recognition by their tweeps. The 2014 edition of the Merriam-Webster dictionary, finally adds the words selfie, hashrag, tweep, unfriend and others – for a total of 150 new words that will finally stop producing red underlines in your favorite editor. Some of them, like fangirl, were first […]

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Merriam-Webster adds selfie, hashtag, tweep, unfriend to 2014 edition of dictionary

Thousands of catfish pouting selfies will finally receive recognition by their tweeps. The 2014 edition of the Merriam-Webster dictionary, finally adds the words selfie, hashtag, tweep, unfriend and others – for a total of 150 new words that will finally stop producing red underlines in your favorite editor. Some of them, like fangirl, were first […]

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Facebook adds “Domainer” to its list of gender identification options

Facebook is taking a forward approach with regards to gender identification in the US; if you’d rather be identified as “domainer“, you can now do so. Found among other gender options such as gay, bisexual, transgendered and android, the option to define oneself as “domainer” is a welcome addition to Facebook’s otherwise intrusive profiling. “I […]

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