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Domainers : Never feed a Tasmanian Devil!

The Fabulous.com giveaway has ended, and we have 4 winners that guessed the correct name(s) of the animal that Mike Robertson fed at the Brisbane zoo! Some of the guesses mentioned that it’s a Tasmanian Devil. Sorry, it’s not. I don’t...
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Make #domains Fabulous again – At #NamesCon!

A few weeks ago, Mike Robertson announced that veteran domain registrar, Fabulous.com is a live brand. Directnic, kind sponsors of this publication, acquired Fabulous.com and they are preparing for its official relaunch later this year. Two weeks ago, ...
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Domain liquidation : Fabulous Australia was sold – twice – this year!

Today’s announcement by Directnic that they have acquired Fabulous.com from Deep Blue Sea Pty, an Australian company, is exciting news. By leveraging an established brand in the domain industry, Directnic should be able to manage a strong and aged domain portfolio, with better monetization options through its associate company, AdsSquared. In other words, the acquisition […]

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Interview with Mike Robertson on the acquisition of Fabulous.com by Directnic

Mike Robertson is the Director of Business Development at Directnic, new owners of domain registrar, Fabulous.com. We asked Mike to share with us some additional details about the acquisition, a substantial expansion of Directnic into managing the extensive domain portfolio of Fabulous.com. Here are his responses, in an exclusive interview. DomainGang.com : Mike, congratulations on […]

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Happy Halloween from Mike “Fabulous” Robertson!

It’s Halloween! Time to dress up, and Mike Robertson who’s from the land of Oz, Australia, is often mistaken for Paul Hogan of Crocodile Dundee fame. While we doubt there will ever be a Crocodile Dundee 4 movie, Mike’s a true Aussie. His move from Australia to Florida, where the gators rule the warm waters, […]

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