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The importance of the domain extension

Today: Quick $30 logo contest / Multi-purpose domains and email addresses / Buying semi-pronounceable 4L coms LLLL 300 – 600 each / And more. Here are the new discussions and domain name news. PROMISED.me – What do you...
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Working In Teams

“After all is said and done, more is usually said than done.” The New York Times published a very interesting article by Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Charles Duhigg about working in teams. Whether in school or at work, you have probably all worked on a team at some point, but most people never really think much… Read More »
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The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same

When my parents were teenagers, they hung out at drive-ins. My generation hung out in malls (I am 47). And at arcades and roller skating rinks, which were many times located in malls. Kids today hang out online (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.). With their heads buried in their phones, are they really any less social… Read More »
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MAJOR WordPress attack going on NOW

If you own a WordPress blog, make sure it’s secure. According to HostGator.com’s blog, there is a significant WordPress attack taking place across a number of web hosts. As I type these words, there is an on-going and highly-distributed, global attack on WordPress installations across virtually every web host in existence.  This attack is well […]

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Outsourcing End User Domain Sales Leads with Fancy Hands

Outsourcing time consuming tasks related to Domaining is something that I’ve thought about over the years, but never really had the opportunity or budget to hire for. Then along came Fancy Hands, an innovative new company offering US-based personal assistants on affordable subscription plans. My main interest after signing up was to receive a return […]

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WARNING: Stolen LLLL.com’s for sale on forums

This information has been reported by DomainGang previously, but I wanted to re-share this since I nearly purchased the stolen domains. The following domain names were reportedly stolen from their rightful owner: OSXU.com GMIX.com QRNH.com QNCB.com SAXG.com XKBU.com BBRZ.com PVWX.com UZPN.com RZOR.com VXFO.com OJRQ.com NVDX.com OZGZ.com CUVW.com XGSV.com 2-P.com The email address “frapayp@mail.com” is associated […]

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.TEL in the Costco magazine

Do you .TEL? I was a bit surprised when looking through the latest Costco magazine. In a letter to the editor, a man wrote about how a .tel domain name streamlined his networking process. Of course, it was just a letter to the editor, but the man went on to discuss selling his business, making […]

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Free Escrow Service for Domain Name Sales Under $500

A revolution in buyer and seller protection for an industry that is no stranger to scams and theft is underway. Francois Carrillo, founder of the popular domain news aggregator Domaining.com, is now offering free escrow services for domain sale transactions under $500 at eCop.com. Update Nov. 2: The service is now available for free to paid members […]

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Using PayPal For Your Business

Today my PayPal business debit card came in the mail. Today is also the day that I decided PayPal is a great solution for your business. Don’t get me wrong – I’ve always used PayPal… Because I had to. It’s too convenient to not use. The major drawbacks that I’ve seen in the past are chargebacks and […]

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