win T.R.A.F.F.I.C 2013 “We Get It” Award here is my thoughts on why

Whois XML Api win T.R.A.F.F.I.C 2013 “We Get It” Award here is my thoughts on why win the “We Get It” Award at this years T.R.A.F.F.I.C 2013 Domain name conference hosted by Rich Schwartz and Howard Neu and here is my thoughts on why.

In a new book launched by Brad Stone who is a Bloomberg Business journalist he discusses that back in 1994 before existed Jeff Bezo the Amazon founder and his team were Hand Registering High Quality DOT COM domain names for their possible future business some of the domain names were, and all still owned by today. also have over 21,000 domain names associated with email address – you can check out the Whoisology report here. has also acquired over the years the company who own the domain name and are associated with another 716 Domain names with see their whoisology report here.

Another company that Amazon purchased was Quidsi who own the domain names,,,,, and plus many more excellent DOT Com domain names.

Before was launched Jeff named the company Cadabra but choose to launch it as, is actually for sale today as it isn’t owned by Amazon, if you want to purchase it visit the website and make an offer to its current owner.

The other name that was considered by Jeff Bezo and his wife before was launched was which again they registered and still owns today.

So I personally think that back in 1994 “Get It” and today they still “Get It” instead of purchasing the names they actually buy the businesses build on the back of these strong generic dot com domain names that have Type In Traffic waiting to give them orders 24 /7 – 365 days of the year.

What are your thoughts?

Do you think “Get it” ?

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Robbie Ferguson is an Internet Entrepreneur, Domain Investor, Domain Broker, Blogger and founder of various websites and eCommerce businesses such as

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