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Rick, Please believe me that the following commentary is meant to be helpful. If you deem it not helpful then please just delete or ignore it. It is all of course just my opinion. Reading through the Press Release, I feel there are some wordings that could cause confusion to someone not familiar with Rick Schwartz, Domaining and WIPO. To wit, In the paragraph that starts with "A pair of Brazilian companies", it first says "filed a complaint...against a Florida man" but just 3 sentences down says "...filed their complaint against eRealestate.com of Boca Raton, Florida,...". ???? I think you need to pick one, the person or the corporation, otherwise it is confusing to someone unfamiliar with either. -- "A pair of Brazilian companies have filed a complaint with the World Intellectual Property Organization, WIPO against..." I think this should be corrected to: "A pair of Brazilian companies have filed a complaint with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), against..." -- "They own the domain saveme.com.br..." When you mention multiple parties, it can be confusing to use the pronoun "they" as it may not be clear without reading back who "they" is. I think it would be better to be more specific and say "Complainant" or "The Brazilian companies". -- "They own the domain saveme.com.br, which is a country code domain name specifically for Brazil that they started using just last year." I feel this sentence is a missed opportunity. It would be good to establish early on in the Press Release that SaveMe.com was registered in 1996 and SaveMe.com.br wasn't registered until 15 years later in 2010. Saying "that they started using just last year" is NOT the same thing as "that wasn't registered until 2010 and not actually used until 2011". -- Okay that's my 2 cents. I wish you the best and hope this case plays out like it should.
"They need a serious upgrade for godaddy auctions. ...i was bidder 3...bidding against bidder 11 all the way from $5k till $16k...and i had to keep refreshing my page to see if he or she out bid me. Anunt, This was complained about yesterday on another domainer's blog. A GoDaddy rep chimed in and said they would fix that issue. Bidder transparency is another matter though.
As far as I know you are the only one to offer up this interesting perspective to consider the bids offered up and not just if a domain sold or not. Kudos.
Those Sellers have me to thank since I seem to attract all the $60 and $100 low ball Buyers. And now I am attracting $10 and $20 low ball Buyers via the contact form on some domains I have at WhyPark. I don't know if I should laugh...or cry. :) :(
"Had swoop.com in my cart..." Zoltan, If you meant Swogg.com, it's still available at $10 for next 24 hours.
Toggle Commented Aug 7, 2011 on Go Daddy Closeout picks at Hybrid Domainer
Thanks. I took MekongHotel.com for $5. I'd like to share some good .COM renewal codes. These codes below reduce the renewal portion down to $7.66 (includes the ICANN fee). PODFD412 POSTER412 OK412
Toggle Commented Aug 7, 2011 on Go Daddy Closeout picks at Hybrid Domainer
Do they offer a broker's commission? :)
I wonder if the possibility that the .XXX extension could be approved will put a damper on the bidding for Sex.com.
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