Don't read Morgan Linton at all these days since it is mostly yuppie drivel about start-ups. However, someone sent me some of his articles recently and was asking about buying a domain on the aftermarket."He doesn't practice what he preaches. He never spent any money acquiring a domain for his company." is what I told him. You can listen to the story here, skip to 28 minutes into the podcast. http://www.ozdomainer.com/episode-68-morgan-linton/ His wife hand registered FashionMetric to start a fashion blog. When they wanted a name for the company they decided that was "good enough" and went with it. It's disingenuous to be writing about how start-ups should spend tons of money domains when Morgan Linton has never done it for his company. I haven't seen this story mentioned anywhere on his website, probably since that's not helpful for selling domains Reminds me of Andrew Rosener trying to sell Spearfishing on Namejet w/o the site. https://www.namepros.com/threads/an...ing-justification-for-premium-domains.930258/ I understand why @Shane Bellone doesn't trust anyone.