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Bhavin Turakhia, Founder of Directi, Selected as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum

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Bhavin Turakhia, founder of Directi, the company that owns and operates Skenzo, BigJumbo and DomainAdvertising.com, was selected as a "Young Global Leader" by the World Economic Forum. Turakhia was one of 12 leaders from India that was honored.

There were over 1,000 people considered for this honor (whittled down from an original 5,000+ that were considered), but only 190 leaders were selected. The World Economic Forum considers things such as rapid career progression, delivering results to the leader's company or organization, altruistic  entrepreneurship, and a variety of other factors.

This is a significant honor for Turakhia, and I congratulate him for his achievement.

The full list of Young Global Leaders for 2011 can be found in this pdf on the World Economic Forum website.

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Welcoming DomainAdvertising.com

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Domain AdvertisingI would like to welcome a new advertiser to my website, Domain Advertising. You may have previously met company representatives at a domain investment tradeshow or read about the company's founding in a profile, written by Ron Jackson. Domain Advertising is led by domain industry veteran, CEO Dan Warner, and the company has significant financial backing from the Ashmore Group and the Directi Group.

One of the primary offerings of Domain Advertising is what they refer to as "hyper contextual parking solutions." The company can help domain investors create and test fantastic looking landing pages with a focus on generating maximum revenue for its customers.

Each domain name is optimized with hand selected phrases based on commercial usage and search volume, and the landing page is designed by hand with individually selected images placed by designers. Domain Advertising has an extensive library of images covering hundreds of verticals. ¬† Each image is contextually specific enough that they qualify to be used as clickable images → Read More