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A good Domain Name is easy to Remember......A GREAT Domain Name is hard to forget!!"

… Many Millions of dollars invested in meaningful domain names via revenue generated by those domain names since 1995, when few saw the need, the importance, the reason or the value! That Value has been increasing faster than any stock, commodity or land in history. It's digital oceanfront land that's income producing! A portfolio currently valued in excess of $750 Million and rising.

In 1995 I compared and equated "Domain Names" to "Real Estate" and the Direct Navigation Traffic they produce to oil wells. Still do. Oil fuels cars and trucks and Traffic is the fuel of the Internet and websites. I started with a simple premise and very strong belief: "Domains would go up in value faster than any other commodity ever known to man"

With thousands of domain names still to be developed, they will far outlast my lifetime, I need help and that is an opportunity for you! Partners. Joint Ventures, Long Term Leases and other innovative ideas. And no, they are not cheap. But to be honest, if you think that way, it's not that the price of my domain is too high, it's just that your idea for its use is too small. A marginal domain suggests you are a marginal company.

These domains are expected to produce "Generational Wealth". I look at it as commercial real estate ready to be turned into skyscrapers and the traffic they produce in the form of FREE customers as the golden oil. Land, building, mineral rights. Powerful combination worthy of your understanding. The traffic these domains produced also produced in excess of $25 Million in advertising revenue just by redirecting the traffic to those it is targeted to. It took 23 years to put this portfolio of 6500 domain names together buying one domain name at a time. Many hand registered, many more bought from third parties and public auctions. Everyone had the same chance but did not understand the unique moment in time and just how time sensitive it was and still is.

It is considered one of the most valuable domain name portfolios in the world. A domain name can be very powerful or completely meaningless. My job is to find and partner with folks with big ideas, a proven track record and take a specific domain and find the highest and best use. To unlock the hidden treasures that a great domain name contains. Even Mark Zuckerberg stated in 2009 to Techcrunch "When we were first meeting with Peter we didn't have Facebook.com, we were TheFacebook.com. That's a winner." He started laughing along with the audience. When asked what he would do differently looking back? He doubled down on domains. He said: "I'd get the right domain name. The moral of the story is we could get the domain." Then the natural question is: what would have happened without getting the domain name?

Peter Coppinger, CEO of Teamwork.com, recounts how he did not originally take domain names seriously. Then he did.

Guess what happened?



Today, your website is the lifeline of your business. It is more important than any single other asset you and your business can own. It's really where people find the information, and make decisions, about you and your product. The phone line, the chat plugins, SMS and text, email and social media: All of these things go toward supporting your website today, your own sales channel.




In the real world, you expand by adding more locations. Then, for greater coverage, you add more locations. In the online world, you expand by having a great idea and a great and memorable domain name.

Let us cite an example from the real world. Suppose you have 20 locations at urban malls across the state of Florida. A kiosk in one of these malls will cost you about $2,000 per month. That is a kiosk; it is not a storefront! With each location costing rent of $2,000 a month, you are spending $40,000 per month! That is just the rent! That does not include any other expenses that go with it. Online, you just need one great idea and one great location, and you will serve the world.

A kiosk in [a mall] will cost you about $2,000 per month. That is a kiosk; it is not a storefront!


Kiosks like these, in the Galleria Mall in Fort Lauderdale, cost about $2,000 per month. Notice the traffic? See how the clerks are just sitting around? They cost money, too. So does the inventory in the kiosk, and the electricity, and the phone, and they still have to get a domain.
People want to know when I will sell a domain name of mine. The answer is when it matches the real-world value, because a domain name is worth exponentially more, because your reach is exponentially more.

How many stores does Amazon.com have? How many do they need? Why didn't Sears figure that out 20 years ago, and close up all of their stores?

To be honest with you, if you can't make $100 a day, or $1000 a day, or $100,000 a day, or more, online, don't waste your time with me.

In the real world, you have to pay rent, and you get nothing in return. With my deal, you'll get a domain name at the end of a few years.

You see, if you have a great idea and a great formula to make a lot of money, and it's not just some pipe dream, then I know how to get you into a million-dollar domain name for the far less than the cost of rent for a small, real-world store.

I will take some risk with you, but it has to be a solid idea. You also have to have a record of success. You have to be able to pay rent on the domain, until you own it.

If you are a sophisticated business person, with a record of success, you will see the real opportunity I present.

All I ask you to do is compare the costs of opening up a real-world business, with a storefront, to the costs associated with going online. Then, compare one more thing: Your opportunity for growth!

 

If you already have success on the Internet, and my domain name can add value to your company and its growth, we should talk. There are a variety of ways to climb this mountain. There are plenty of different formulas that can be used.


 See The 8-Year Formula 

 


Another formula could be a combination of stock and cash. Depending on your business, your business plan and what's important to you, I can help.


It's really simple folks: If you don't use an easy-to-spell and easy-to-remember .com domain name, you will lose a lot of your efforts and hard work by leaking traffic to various other extensions and competitors, day after day, EVERY DAY, for as long as you are in business.


If your domain name does not pass the radio test, you lose. If you don't know what the radio test is, you have two choices. Either learn about it right now, or you're going to lose.


While some think traffic just falls out of the sky, I can tell you, for a fact, that the traffic associated with a premium domain name is extremely valuable.


Word-of-mouth advertising is still the most powerful, and profitable, advertising there is. If your domain name is not easy to communicate between people, you lose. If you are using a .net extension, 15% of your efforts, or more, are going down the drain, or going to a competitor. I guarantee it! And, I am being kind, because it's more like 25%!


And when you get to the other extensions, the news is even worse. Some are bleeding away as much as 75% of their traffic to a competing extension or to the .id. As high as 75%! Are you willing to take that risk for your efforts? As a businessman, I would never, ever consider doing something foolish like that. You have to do everything to increase your odds of growing your business, and your sales, not doing things that can hurt it.


Location, location, location! The word applies equally online and off-line.


Finally, there are two types of people online - there are two types of business people, that is. There are the business people who have learned to tap into the millions, and billions, of dollars online, and there are those who have not. They all start with the domain name.


The question is, what is my email address to contact me? admin@panel.id

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panel.id

technology.id

betta.id 

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