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The Value of Better Domain Names by Frank Schilling from DomainNameSales.com

Check out this great video just released for the end user market by Frank Schilling from Domain Name Sales The Value of Better Domain Names

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Episode 65 – Chris Burgess from DnTrade.com.au

On this episode of OzDomainer we have special guest Chris Burgess from Australia’s leading Domain Name Community, DN Trade. Chris took over from Ned OMeara last year (and Soj the original founder) as the owner of DNTrade. Chris has been in the IT industry for 15 years in various roles and been involved in the domain [...]

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Congrats to Ron Jackson from DN Journal on his 10 Year Anniversary.

First off,  Happy New Year to all. I hope that 2013 is a great year for you. I would like to congratulate Ron Jackson fron DN Journal www.DnJournal.com who is celebrating 10 Years of reporting on the Domain Industry. Without Ron’s work we would not have such a concise record of the domain industry from where it [...]

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Episode 54 with Adam Dicker from DnForum.com & DCG.com

My special guest on this episode of Domain Names Podcast is Adam Dicker CEO of DnForum.com & founder & CEO of DCG.com (Domain Consulting Group) Adam has been investing in domains since the late 90′s and was one of the first people ever to sell a domain name for over 1 Million Dollars. Adam is the CEO of [...]

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Episode 51 – Special Guest Morgan Payne

Todays Domain Names Podcast is with Morgan Payne who is my youngest guest in the history of this podcast. He is 23 years young at the time of this interview. Morgan has been buying and selling domains & websites since he was 15 years young! I think he has a great story to tell which I [...]

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Episode 48 – Victoria’s Secret

Lots of news today. Ed talks about his recent Mike Mann interview, Danny shares a story about the little brothel that won, and yes, all the good names are still not taken! Links Golden Triangle Perth Rick Schwartz traffic 2012 DN Journal DN Trade Domain Name News Brothel beats Victoria’s Secret Podcast: Play in new window [...]

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Episode 47 – Special Guest Mike Mann from DomainMarket.com

Mike Mann www.MikeMann.com is the founder and chairman of Grassroots.org (501c3), a global network providing free services to non-profits and promoting social action. He also founded and manages Make Change! Trust, a charitable fund that supports select 501c3 organizations. Mike is founder of successful, active, for-profit corporations also including Phone.com, SEO.com, DomainMarket.com, PRMarketing.com, PurePPC.com, and others. In many cases his companies exchange resources, talent [...]

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Episode 46 – Do You Use Protection

Today we talk about passwords. Protecting your online assets, sharing passwords and the cool tools to help you. Danny shows us he can’t read and Ed laments the fact that Perth is in a time zone that’s no good to anyone. Links lastpass roboform wardrobes.com sells for $20,600 clothing.tv sells kickstarter.com tiawood Podcast: Play in [...]

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Episode 39 – Reputation Management

And you thought every niche had been explored! Online reputation management is another example of ‘new markets’ that are ripe for the picking. Link Moby Dick Solo – John Bonham Perry Marshall DnForum Adam Dicker mug shots Reputation Repair Domain Sherpa Reputation Repair Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 30:08 — 41.4MB) | [...]

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Episode 38 – The Vending Machine

What if you had a domain monetization vending machine where every time you put in a dollar, at least two came out the other end? Well, get your monetization model right and that’s what kinda happens. Links i love marketing Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 29:16 — 40.2MB) | Embed

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