Bulloney and Biscuit
- May 22, 2018
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Yoni Belousov acquires .link top level domain from Frank Schilling’s UNR. .Link is the latest of the UNR top level domains auctions last year to finally transfer to its new owner. ICANN records show that Nova Registry Ltd is the new owner of this domain. You need to follow the thread to find the...
Since reading this piece from the DNW two weeks ago i've been binge buying .link domains. I currently own 600+ .link names many of which are single words like; Cardiology.link and two word domains like; TeeShirts.link and FloridaKeys.link etc. IF these domains were .com's they'd be valued at GD for tens of thousands of dollars and in some cases millions of dollars. That said however, one of my favorite sayings is; "If my aunt had balls she'd be my uncle". However in these days and times, your aunt might just be your uncle
Moving on....i'm not your typical domainer, nor do i care to be. My friend Rob Monster who I met four years ago via Linkedin and another friend Bob Hawkes who is a well respected analyst from another message board have followed me for years. They know too that I've been seeking a technical partner who can help to promote my domains to "end users" who haven't a clue as to how the domain industry works
Note too that i "bolded" the "link" in Linkedin because there are 810M members of Linkedin worldwide, and 310M active monthly members. So why might this be significant?....you be the judge. You've heard the expression, "guilt by association", but my take is "success by association"
Finally, there seems to be some sort of firewall between the registries that peddle extensions like .link, .online, .golf etc. One would think the owners of .link would bend over backwards to have someone like me promoting their domains, but that's not the case. Why do you suppose that is?.....Anyone?