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Investing In Domain Names

| May 28, 2012 | 0 Comments

TweetRepost: Posted on May 28, 2012 by Zack Miller One of the things that interests me is the emergence of new asset classes. Whether it’s making 16% per year in taxi cab medallions or improving your fixed income returns with p2p loans, I’m on the lookout for new sources of investing returns and diversification. Readers of my Twitter stream and my weekly newsletter were alerted this [...]

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ViSalus Pay $825K To Buy “” & “”

| February 13, 2012 | 0 Comments

TweetToday, we’ve learned that ViSalus Sciences, a direct sales “health transformation company” that distributes weight management and nutritional supplement products, has entered the shortlist of pricey domain name buyers. The creators of the so-called “Body By Vi Challenge,” which (among other things) is a 90-day contest that offers people health products, support, and cash prizes in [...]

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Afternic Extended Promotion WORKS!

| February 10, 2012 | 0 Comments

TweetAfter years of listing with companies like SEDO where I was lucky to get an offer once a year, using Afternic’s expanded promotion has generated six inquiries in 3-weeks with two of the domain names selling. Although I am paying an extra commission for the expanded promotion, the domain names are being presented to many [...]

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Let Students Sell You Domains

| January 17, 2012 | 0 Comments

TweetMy guess is that most of you reading this article have tried to sell your domain names by yourself. Believe me I know because I have been there. There is a different and better way to get more domain names sold. Most colleges have students focused on marketing as their major. So like most students, [...]

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Sedo Changes to Estimated Earnings for Their Domain parking

| October 30, 2011 | 0 Comments

TweetOn November 1 2011, Sedo will switch its parking platform to an estimated earnings system. This means your earning may changed after being audited within 48-hours. Almost every other parking company uses this method allowing an audit of click through validity and any disputed to be made by the providers prior to determining the final [...]

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Bids Open for ‘.africa’ Internet Domain Name

| October 28, 2011 | 0 Comments

TweetRepost, Source The international organization that governs top-level Internet domain names is taking bids on the creation of “.africa”. Supporters say it will promote African businesses better than individual country names such as “dot-ke” for Kenya or “dot-za” for South Africa. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers – or ICANN – is in [...]

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Traffic Auction Perspective

| October 19, 2011 | 0 Comments

Tweetby: Bruce Tedeschi I am someone who tries to support domain name owners wherever I can and lend support where I can. I also feel a need to share my perspective on what I see and how that relates to my own experiences and methods for success. Today I viewed the TRAFFIC auction domain name [...]

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Domain Industry 2012 Forecast

| October 15, 2011 | 0 Comments

TweetThis article is based on speculation derived from information reported publicly on our economy, business trends and global political influence. As someone who has a love for numbers and used that passion in business to succeed, it is no secret that I use numbers to see where the domain name market will head in 2012. [...]

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Domain Parking Changes & New TLDs increase value of .com, .net and .org

| August 19, 2011 | 0 Comments

Tweetby: Bruce Tedeschi, Yahoo sent a message to parking companies using a yahoo fed for their parking links saying that it would now cap .us,.info, .biz and .tv extension domain names at $15 per day max. This is a major move and affects hundreds of thousands of domains parked at several parking companies. They [...]

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Think the IRS doesn’t know about domain sales? Think again!

| August 7, 2011 | 0 Comments

Tweetby: Bruce Tedeschi, CEO Have you sold domain names and thought to yourself, I don’t need to report these as income because they are domain names? You may want to rethink this going forward. As of the beginning of 2011, PayPal, Google Checkout and other payment systems are required to report to the IRS [...]

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