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domainer

An individual or organization that profits from the domain naming system used on the Web. See domaining, domain parking and cybersquatting.
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has released the final catalog for the auction at Domainer Mardi Gras, available at www.
We look forward to an increased level of bidding activity prior to the live auction at Domainer Mardi Gras.
Domainer investors and aficionados can look forward to bidding on a broad selection of high-quality domain names, aggressively priced, ensuring upside potential for buyers and creating liquidity for sellers.
Their goal is to continue to be a world-class publication that is the eyes and ears of the domainer.
net company, made available today the initial list of premium names in a live and extended online auction at the EuroDNS Domainer Meeting in Paris, France.
For domainers, the site offers maximum profitability for sale of URLs.
Many domainers use a concept called domain tasting to analyse the income potential of a domain name through advertisements.
The "domainers" run advertisements for various businesses on the misspelt websites, and when people click on the advertisements, the domainers are paid up to 20 dollars a click by the advertisers, the paper said.
The 2009 GeoDomain Expo will be the largest gathering to date of Geo domainers from around the world.
The Fund was a managed account by private domainers before it incorporated in August 2010 in the Cayman Islands, the Funds investors are mainly private individuals as well as family offices and few funds.