06 Jan '12, 9pm

Domain Industry Pioneer, Author & Evangelist Marc Ostrofsky Goes Global With ...: The book, about how to make mo...

Marc will likely be talking about domains a lot more often and in a lot more places in 2012. The new Simon & Schuster edition of Get Rich Click! is to be released in Australia , New Zealand , India , Mexico and several other countries, including China where it will be released in Chinese. I bet it will be a hit there too because there are a lot of very active domain investors in China (in fact one of them just sold Dudu.com for $1 million this week ). In the history of our business no spokesman for the industry has ever had the number of high visibility media opportunities to talk about the value of domain names that Ostrofsky has had since his book came out. He is getting those opportunities because, in addition to having a very popular book on the market, he does a great job on camera , explaining what can be a confusing topic for the general public in straight forward t...

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