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Special Thanks

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There are a couple of people I want to thank for their help in putting my website and blog together.

I’d like to thank my friend Kevin for developing my website https://domaininvesting.com and for building this blog. He and his team were able to put it together in a short period of time, and I think the work speaks for itself. I asked for several specific things for my site and blog, and I was very surprised with the amount of support Kevin was able to give. As an aside, Kevin has a deep rolodex, so if you are looking to sell a premium name or two to corporate America, Kevin may be able to help you out. If you want to get in touch with Kevin, shoot me an email and I’ll send him your details. A sincere thanks to him for his help.

Secondly, I want to thank Tasha Kidd for her help designing my logo found on https://domaininvesting.com . It was Tasha who was one of the first people to reach out to me when I was learning about the business, and she put me in touch with many members of the domain community less than a couple of years ago. It is crazy to think that I was learning about domain investing on my own from various articles found online, but up until February of 2006, I didn’t even know DN Forum (or any of the other forums) even existed! I certainly would not be where I am at without Tasha’s advice and assistance. She has some great ideas, and she is one of the nicest people you will meet in this business. If you would like to be put in touch with Tasha, please contact me and I will send her your details.

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