Forget Domains, buy a TLD!


Samit Madan is an advertising professional with over 25 years of experience. He's also known as the MediaWizard due to his expertise in all related industry verticals including design, promotions, brand development, corporate communications, printing, web development and search marketing. He currently heads MediaWiz, a leading Media Publishing and Services Company.

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9 Responses

  1. james0306 says:

    Thank for sharing your thought. Very informative. Rep added on NP.

  2. James Murphy says:

    Always great posts,

    Seems many are still thinking parking is the king, we all need to develop and hope that it pays off. I also think the prices wont drop, you’ll just have people buying the ‘hot new’ keyword.ext 🙂

  3. larry says:

    where do you buy a tld at? i cannot find the site for that

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