13 May '11, 4am

Where Are They Now? The Top Five Domain Sales of 2010 | Morgan Linton: Sex.com – well no surprises here, Sex.com...

Where Are They Now? The Top Five Domain Sales of 2010 | Morgan Linton: Sex.com – well no surprises here, Sex.com...

And there you have it – the top five domain sales from 2010. It’s important to note that with domains in this range you can’t expect everything to be in tip-top shape right-away. Building a major online brand takes time and as I’ve learned with my own brands it takes more than a few months to make a meaningful online business. Of course I do have my top pick and one that disappointed me the most. To get the garbage out of the way, Dating.com is a major disappointment, they’ve decided to focus on connecting people with men and women they can pay to have sex with when they could have used the site to help people fall in love. Flying.com is my definite favorite, I honestly can’t think of anything else they could have done here – they really have covered the gamut and supplied something for everyone who visits the site.

Full article: http://morganlinton.com/where-are-they-now-the-top-five-d...

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