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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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2) The domainer does not have rights or legitimate interests in respect of the domain name.
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Industry experts, web gurus, journalists in the technology sector and even greenhorn domainers are encouraged to submit articles online.
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Bodis' platform is designed to help domainers monetise their undeveloped domain names.
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.