Ha.. do ya think? At just a tad over $6.00 wholesale registration for C/N domains.. it would be sort of costly and if someone was a real phalis they could really put the hurt on a registrar by searching for all sorts of werid stuff and getting them to register it.
Actually, there is plenty of money in transfering and renewing domain names these days that registrars really don't need to go and look for domains to squat on.
With over 800 different gTLD's and ccTLD' to choose from... big corporations need to spend BAD MONEY to keep them selves protected from infringing and slanderous domain names.
I have another follow up question for you whiz kids...
If there is a registered (but unpublished) domain out there that I am interested in purchasing, what is the best way to go about it. I tried making contact with the address I found using 'whois', but have been unsuccessful...
Unfotunatly I was not really able to say anything until this morning but if you need domain services this is the only company you should spend your money with.
Really, I've been in this industry for a long time, I've seen them come and go. If you are looking for the cheapest outfit.. don't waste their time. But if you have a domain (brand really) that you need to nurture, protect and grow... there is none better.
For those that dont know how this works...
Name a word or group of words that come to mind when reading the previous post
Proud supporter of providing the whores with something constructive to do with their time.
After discussions that a few threads have gotten out of hand recently and gone right off topic (they have really, and I'm as guilty as anyone on here of doing it) with non related posts, it was decided a 'post whore thread' might be a good idea..
So this is your chance to gossip to your...
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