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The Business of Domain Names

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The Business of Domain Names
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Publisher: Project Gutenberg Self-Publishing
Number of pages: 154

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Domaining is the business of buying, selling, developing and monetizing Internet domain names. Such domain name portfolios often include cleverly chosen and highly marketable generic domain names, or domains whose registrations had lapsed yet still retain reasonable traffic. There is sometimes no actual intent to use any of the domain names with the exception of generating advertising revenue through domain parking.

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