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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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Domainers Meet 2016 is spread over two days and will provide opportunities to business owners, employees, prospective entrepreneurs, business personalities and industry aspirants alike, to grasp a more comprehensive understanding of domains and learn how to utilise trade secrets to further leverage their own success.
Adam Wagner, Founder and CEO of GCCinternet.com, and chief advisor of Domainers Meet 2016 said: "I am extremely proud to be a part of such an innovative event.
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Domainers register domains in bulk and direct traffic to websites displaying 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.
Providence, RI, September 09, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Designed by domainers themselves, LLLL.domains is an online portal that specifically caters to people who wish to purchase specialized domain names for their business.
Similarly, the Landrush phase attracted a lot of interests from domainers with more than 8000 quality names being released from the reserve list.
With over 300gTLDs and ccTLDs in our portfolio, we offer a wide range of domain extensions - domainers appreciate that,” explains Hakan Ali, founder and Director of Sales and Marketing at the Regensburg-based Internet Service Provider.
Name.com's Bill Mushkin gave an entertaining lecture titled "Facebook's Daughter" on the history of the concept of "naming" and why domainers need to be aware of other digital naming conventions such as those of Twitter, Facebook, Apps, etc.