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Domain Exchange

What is a domain name exactly? A set of words or a phrase, numbers or symbols or a mixture of all components, combined with an extension, known as Generic Top-Level Domain. There is even a day designated for Domain Names – known as World Domain Day: worlddomainday.com Domain names are forms of online real estate, which are are […]

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Domain Names – Online Real Estate

Why are domain names a form of online real estate? With the right domain name your website can be found easily. The greater the number of visitors to your website the more likely you will have inquiries. Hopefully you will be able to convert visitors into customers.To be sure that you or your company  purchases […]

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New gTLDs Trademark Concerns

New gTLDs trademark concerns are some of the issues to be resolved for the most prominent expansion of the Internet since its inception.  If one owns a domain name; be it a dot.com or other extension, one wants to ensure that one is protected from trademark infringements, and defended against accusations of infringing on a […]

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How Internet Was Taken

It might seem strange to suggest that something intangible as the internet could be taken. But that is exactly what is happening and has happened so far. Initially new domain extensions (gTLDs – generic Top-Level Domains) were so highly priced that an average person could not afford to purchase one. Eventually prices were reduced to […]

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World of Blogs

The other day I received a reply to an advertisement I had posted about my Writing Services for Blogs and Websites. Proposed payment per article was lower than I had anticipated. But this is not the first time I was offered less than I had believed to be the average rate for work the Marketing […]

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