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Match with Me

A new feature appeared on Facebook, “Match with me”: Interesting why did Caroline Jenson register matchwith.me but left match-with.me out. Actual.ly, match-with.me is still available on the prime market. Anyone interested?

Porsche.me and the friends

One can tell that Georg Kohler of Brazil based Minas Invest Private Holding had a bad year. In 2008 he purchased during the land rush auctions several pricey domains, including toyota.me (acquired for the record price of $90,124.98 after 110 bids), skoda.me (acquired for $20,109.98 after 76 bids), porsche.me (acquired for $7,604.98 after 23 bids), […]

New TLDs on the way

Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is really considering to keep everyone busy in 2009 and flood the market with new Top-Level Domains (TLDs). A video from Rocket Boom is a good summary on the subject: Myself I think will go for .art – in the end of the day, it will certain.ly […]

An Open Letter to the Advertising and Marketing Community

You probably haven’t heard, but a fairly quiet event occurred on July 17th – the new domain extension .ME hit the internet. Previously reserved for Montenegro, .ME has the power to change the way you advertise on-line. Yet it seems that almost no one in marketing knows about it! Dot ME presents companies with a […]

.MOBI vs .ME

There are many hot discussions going on related to .me vs .mobi etc. Referring to one of them on Rick Schwartz’s blog: Guys who thought .mobi was a good idea should have been investing in .me. Something.mobi is not a jingle. Verb.me is. Noun4.me is. Try to forget these ones: free4.me, hotels4.me, jobs4.me, mobiles4.me, phones4.me, […]

Model.Me

On 15th of August 2008, model.me was won on a land rush auction for $7,354.98 after 110 bids by William Erickson of Next Wave, LLC in Wisconsin, US. Now it is for sale, already packed as a trademark registered in the US in October 2008: Prior to this in December 2007, Susan Green from California […]

Woo.Me

Today, Sherry Humphreys registered Woo.Me. Well, darling, I am just wondering how would you go about WooMe.com, an established trademark? So far the site is just parked at GoDaddy. Sure.ly it will be an interesting case in the future.

Sunrise auctions (results)

Today, the last of the five sunrise auction domain names were registered by the registry. At this moment it is not clear how many organisations have applied for domestic and international sunrise .me names, however it is clear that five of them had more than one international applicants and hence ended up in the auctions.

Publish.me etc

While publish.me awaits its date to be release on a premium auction, Swedish guys don’t sit and wait. On 25th of March 2008 they registered publishme.se and built a blogging portal based on blogg.se domain, very popular among Swedish girls, and boys too, but I have only seen girls there. Don’t ask me why, as […]

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