Name.com Doing AMA On Reddit

Name.com is currently doing a AMA (Ask Me Anything) on Reddit right now. The idea behind a AMA is that you can ask a person anything, and they will do their best to answer your questions. There are no real rules to the AMA, so you are welcome to ask them pretty much anything you’d like to know.

The first couple of interesting questions I saw were related to how the company was founded and how the company was acquired by Demand Media earlier this year.

I am sure company reps won’t answer questions that are private or subject to a non-disclosure agreement, but you are welcome to ask them anything you’d like.

Pretty cool to see them participate in an open forum like this.

Elliot Silver
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4 COMMENTS

  1. I have to say I had a special request to ask of Name.com, and they came through like champs, no whining, no blah, actually gave a real human response, and they are a pretty good registar to work with.

    They are really a grassroots type group, not just cut and paste answers.

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