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    Re:New.net deserves .Travel
    by simon on Wednesday November 05 2003, @01:45PM (#12611)
    User #2982 Info | http://www.nic.pro/
    Why should anyone advertise these ISPs arrangements? The bubble is years behind. The average Internet user does not know about .info, .biz, .pro, .aero, .museaum, aero, .coop, too. New.net did it right to not burn the money they have.
     
    You have not seen any truly innovative move to get their plans forward? Maybe you should look closer. They do the wildcard thing which Verisign had to dismiss for a long time now. They bundle their plug-in with highly popular software. They offer their registrants a free listing within their ppc search engine. Has any registry done this before?
     
    You must be ignorant. You say they loose money. That is totally wrong. New.net is profitable for over a year now. You may read their press releases. I hear you say:"I don't give a shit about press releases". Okay, then think about what Verisign could earn with its wildcard/sitefinder service. It could be about 100 million p.a. New.net is doing the same thing with their plug-in. There are about 100 million via plug-in enabled New.net users out there. Now think about how much money one could make with this user base or more precisely with the error traffic of these users.
    Bottom line is - new.net does making money and ICANN cannot introduce a TLD which collides to a New.net TLD because those 100 million user will still be routed the the New.net version of that TLD. Nice ;-)
     
    nic.PRO will be back online soon with FREE sub-domains. Dowload the FREE plug-in at
    www.name-space.com/software
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    Re:New.net deserves .Travel by simon
    Re:New.net deserves .Travel
    by cambler (chris@ambler.net) on Wednesday November 05 2003, @01:58PM (#12612)
    User #36 Info | http://onthenet.ambler.net/
    I'm sorry, but what you say, and what I learned when I spent a day at New.net's offices don't agree.

    Like I said, you do what you want, and I wish you the best of luck and success.

    --
    Ambler On The Net [ambler.net]

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    Re:New.net deserves .Travel
    by fnord (groy2kNO@SPAMyahoo.com) on Thursday November 06 2003, @12:29PM (#12622)
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    C'mon Simon. You write:
    They do the wildcard thing which Verisign had to dismiss for a long time now. They bundle their plug-in with highly popular software. They offer their registrants a free listing within their ppc search engine. Has any registry done this before?
    Yes. Various registries have done the wildcard thing (before new.net existed) as I'm sure you know. Various registries have partnerships with ppc's (better known ones than that used by new.net) as I'm sure you also know. And that highly popular bundled software you speak of includes spyware that crashes systems and only brings new.net negative [cexx.org] attention, most of which I'm sure you also know. So are you cluefscked or are you just being deliberately misleading. -g
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