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    YANNA, Yet another new.net announcement | Log in/Create an Account | Top | 72 comments | Search Discussion
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    Re: SANNA, Still another new.net announcement
    by Anonymous on Saturday August 11 2001, @02:09AM (#1782)
    As to whom is sans a clue, your advert links don't point to your sex.* sites, either with the plugin or without, as they are mistyped.

    You're right I have no clue from programming, if we can name this programming.

    You made some good points.
    New.net Domains are especially good for small and medium sized businesses which don't have a good .com. They can point their New.net domain to their original site.
    But sure, unique content would be the best.

    To market a New.net Domain you must be more creative. E.g. advertise you Domain with the newsletters of the New.net enabled ISPs --> everyone could enter your site. Advertise on the ISPs homepage --> nearly everyone could enter your site. Advertise only the US --> 40% of the user could enter your site (And I think many would enter the site because they wonder about the adress/domain). Adertise in UL --> 33% of the user could enter your site... be creative

    Best Regards
    Simon Steinle

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    Afilias and Neulevel runs a Protection Racket
    by Anonymous on Saturday August 11 2001, @01:34PM (#1784)
    "new.net can be seen as a protection racket in a sense"

    The IP lobby is responsible for this, however how each register plays this card varies.
    If anything you should have stated the whole domain market can be seen as that.

    Afilias and Neulevel might as well have a sign hanging up that says "Protection Racket", and their active promotion of it is that in all but name. If you see new.net as a protection racket what in the heavens do you see ICANN's Afilias and Neulevel as?
    This oughta be good.

    Below is part of a post right here from ICANNwatch and in it is the word "protect", darn they almost came out and said "protection racket" but they didn't have to we get the picture and now due to recent events i guess the public needs protection/


    IT: Melbourne IT backs a .biz bonanza

    "Many (people) at the recent ICANN meeting in LA viewed Biz as the most commercially attractive string awarded because businesses will be driven to register a Biz name to protect their brands and are likely to register multiple names," he said.

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