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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Happy Thanksgiving

I just posted a new blog post at Meanwhile, what a week. We had a fabulous tailgate at the Patriots Game, , the Pats won, and I went 3 for 3 with my picks (KC, Buffalo Cinncy Over, and Green Bay) and won my fantasy game in my main league to go to 7-4, remaining in playoff contention. is rocking with its fantasy football advice so all things are good. Have a Happy, Healthy Thanksgiving.

Monday, October 25, 2010

Random Thoughts on Monday

Football Thoughts on Monday: 1) Norv Turner is darn lucky he has Wade Phillips to hide behind. The Chargers are horrifically coached 2) Pats Defense is YOUNG but watch out over time. They have some players;Chung, Mcourty, Mayo,Cunningham 3) Brady sans Moss is still BRADY but an average Fantasy QB at best 4)Brett Favre will quit in some manner before this season is over. I just hope it isn't for Pats game as Vikes will be better without him.

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Monday, October 18, 2010

Big Brands are catching on

Time for my broken record blog. Big Brands are catching on. I have continually blogged about this time and time again. the 80/20 rule applies to domains. 80 percent of the value of Generic Dotcom Domain Names are the brand value to an end user, be it a VC, start up, entrepreneur, or big brand. The parking revenue, natural traffic is BS. This week I saw 2 more examples. John Hancock, one of the largest insurance companies, marketed the domain and website “” on prime time TV during the MLB Baseball playoffs, and, during the NFL Monday Night Game. Kraft Foods promoted a great cause under the domain “”.
At, we continue to email our newsletter subscribers with offers of domains at 20 cents on the dollar. Our average selling price at SimpleDomains remains over $13,000 per domain to end users. We are offering domains as low as $3500 via our newsletter, at steep discounts off the end user price.
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