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A basic domain strategy every ceo should have

Today, every startup has a chance to become a global brand. The very nature of the internet enables you to easily connect with creators, manufacturers, financiers, shippers, and customers across the world. What you need is a good domain strategy, and this strategy should include the following elements. Domain name must match brand name Consumers […]

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“By holding these great domain names, you are stifling innovation!”

Kevin Ham once dubbed “The man who owns the Internet” in a 2007 Business 2.0 article was told he was stifling innovation by one of the people who invented the Internet. Ham writes in a blog post on Venture.com that he was excited to meet Sir Tim Berners-Lee in Vancouver at a TED conference. Filled […]

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Websites translating numeric domains to Pinyin?

Recently I read that a domain investor was looking for a website which can translate a number to Pinyin. If possible, he would also like the website to provide English description. Such service would be tremendously helpful to investors when acquiring numeric domains. Unfortunately, I don’t know if such website exists. In fact, numbers have […]

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“That one act—purchasing a domain name—is how this 19-year-old, 1,200-employee, multimillion-dollar company came about”

For those that missed it Mailchimp is getting into the website builder business. One of the founders Ben Chestnut shared an interesting naming related story on the Mailchimp blog: Now, most of you wouldn’t know this, but the name of our little tool was “WeeMailer” (the app was small, fun to use, and collaborative, so […]

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