Super Bowl Sunday Thoughts and Updates

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It’s Super Bowl Sunday, and I am excited for the big game. The wing sauce has been made, the chili is on the stovetop, and the champagne  is ready to celebrate the Patriots’ victory (or drowning sorrows). I think it will be a close game, but I am confident the Patriots will pull it off. It looks like people who read this blog are pretty split on who will win.

Before the big game tonight, I want to share some thoughts and updates with you.

  • I would love to share special offers and discounts for readers of DomainInvesting.com. I invite domain name service providers to share their excellent deals for domain transfers, renewals, registrations and other domain name services.
  • I bet GoDaddy will have a cute Super Bowl commercial tonight featuring Buddy the Golden Retriever. After the backlash from the Superbowl commercial that they won’t air, I don’t think they can air a risky commercial.
  • Speaking of GoDaddy, one idea that would be neat for a future commercial would be if they featured a veteran who built his business using GoDaddy’s services. GoDaddy founder Bob Parsons and his wife Renee are big supporters of the Semper Fi Fund, and I am sure GoDaddy could create a heartwarming television commercial featuring a veteran who started his business with the help of GoDaddy.
  • Jamie Zoch wrote  a good blog post about the reasons to use privacy on domain registrations. I like having privacy because it allows me to buy and sell domain names more covertly, and I don’t pay anything for it at Uniregistry.
  • I just learned that Arlo Gilbert’s wife is a talented jewelry designer. If you’re looking for a gift for a special lady (or yourself), check out her website, ByShona.com.
  • Go Pats!

1 COMMENT

  1. Good game, and that is how it goes, in the end the patriots just executed better, and the seahawks made the wrong call when it counted, and the patriots made the play to win the game.

    Congrats, I hope everyone enjoyed the game, it actually set a record for highest ticket prices ever, now let’s parlay that into domains.

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