Archive | May, 2011

Does Congressman Darrell Issa Hate Capitalism?

Posted on 04 May 2011 by Andrei

Congressman Darrell Issa asked one of the most ridiculous questions I ever came across: “Why do I have to pay $6,000, $8,000 or $10,000 for a domain because someone has camped on it?”. This is just unbelievable, a question which definitely deserves its own post IMO (I read it on TheDomains btw, I encourage you to read Mike’s entire post because the things that have been discussed can and will eventually affect you directly).

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Ending in 5 Hours at –,,, and 4 More!

Posted on 02 May 2011 by Andrei

Our second set of bi-monthly auctions (8 auctions, the best dating portfolio that has ever been on the “domainer to domainer” market priced to sell) will end today at 2 PM EST, only approximately 5 hours left:,,,,,, and! In order to place a bid, simply visit

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Ingenious GoDaddy Charity Approach – Round Up and Give Hope to Haiti

Posted on 02 May 2011 by Andrei

I’ve noticed this while checking out but never got a chance to write a blog post up until this point. Through the “Round Up and Give Hope to Haiti” option, the amount you’ll pay gets “rounded up” and everything that exceeds what you’d normally be paying is donated (for example, you’ll pay let’s say $52 instead of $51.6 and the $0.4 is donated), very clever and at the same time generous IMO.

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