Toby Clements prepares to launch site

Toby Clements is working on the launch of his website, to complement his domain newsletter and database of more than 15,000 subscribers.

In early April, Rick Latona who recently posted on his blog that he was entering a three-year program at Harvard Business School, announced that he cut a deal with Toby Clements to divide up his company.  As a result, Toby got 100% ownership of the popular domain newsletter.

Currently, the website is still undergoing changes, but there is a lot of content available — including information on the newsletter subscription, financing, domain submissions, and more.

According to the bio page on the website, the domain newsletter has done well into the eight figures with sales and acquisitions since 2007. 

Although the site just went online this week, the newsletter under the Toby Clements brand went live earlier this month.

News sells for $14,000; Food domains enjoying several five-figure sales over the last year

Cat Food

Over the past year, food-related domain sales have been enjoying some of their strongest sales.  According to Sedo’s GreatDomains, is the latest in the group, selling for $14,000 USD. 

2010, appears to be the strongest year for food domain sales, with the majority being brokered by Rick Latona, according to publicly reported sales records.

In early 2010,, a name that sits parked at Sedo, sold at for $49,000 T.R.A.F.F.I.C. Las Vegas. also sold during the auction for $41,000, according to DNJournal, another five-figure sale, sold in June for $70,000 at 

Other notable sales in the last year include two sales brokered by Sedo – for $13,000 and for $15,000. was purchased by, the same company that recently purchased the Canadian domain for $75,600.00.  Based in Santa Barbara, California, SurfMyAds is heavily involved in buying and developing domain names.  Some of its leading projects include:, (a name it purchased for $18,000 in May 2010), and


Rebranding effort of our Domain site from to is complete

little devilThe rebranding of Little Devil Media into is complete.  There was no major updates to the old Little Devil Media design, except the logo, web address, and name. 

Now we can have a stronger focus on our domain brand long-term.

Because Little Devil Media isn’t the best brand to use to launch new ventures like, we used – a name we acquired a couple years ago.  Throughout our network of sites we still have more changes to make, but we worked overnight to complete the rebranding effort. 

Our twitter account was also rebranded to @FusibleNetwork.  The domain re-directs here.

What got us thinking?

When Rick Latona announced he was considering rebranding all of his companies under, he created quite a stir – but it also made us aware that we needed to change our brand.  The discussion has reached over 80 comments, from readers to veteran domainers.

Thanks to for updating our feed and logo.


Need to Sell Some of Your Domains to Yield Cash? Try Rick Latona’s Newsletter

We made a decision a few months ago to raise some cash, and the staff at 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, 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.