News of the purchase of the name had sparked some lively discussion over at DNUnderground, but apparently, the owner of Tweet.me had already been in discussions with Twitter and received approval to use the name.
We acquired StudentLoanCenter.com on the domain aftermarket last year and even the type-in traffic is over a thousand visitors each month. If you’re a domainer or webmaster and have advice on the best way to get quality listings, we’d love to hear from you.
We also acquired StudentLoanCenter.org, shortly after we picked up the .com on NameJet.
Obviously, the biggest challenge will be ensuring we have high quality listings and resources on the website, so we can have a trustworthy brand and that’s what we’re striving to do. We were going to use our CJ.com ‘Commission Junction’ account to post affiliate ads, but on the advice of other Domainers, we decided against it since we could probably generate more revenue through direct advertising.
The site has a long way to go, but if you have time, we’d appreciate your feedback.
We made a decision a few months ago to raise some cash, and the staff at RickLatona.com have been great in assisting us with several transactions over the last few months. We’ve been able to promptly sell several of our domain name assets and convert them into cash. There are other fabulous companies out there that can help your business such as Bido.com, but the quickest solution to liquidate we’ve found is through Rick Latona’s newsletter.
Sure, we realize we may have gotten higher prices with patience and timing, but they’ve been able to help us raise some much needed cash.
Rick Latona’s company will serve as an Esrcow during the transaction which makes things very smooth. If you want to submit domains to Rick’s newsletter, make sure you have a price in mind before you submit them. Once you reach an agreement on price, they will promptly list your names in their newsletter and notify you right away if there is a Buyer.
Thanks to the staff at Rick Latona.
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