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Located in Domain Beginners, started by cocaseco, Mar 18, 2015

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  1. cocaseco

    cocaseco Top Contributor VIP

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    I'm looking to connect with other domainers in the Seattle area. I'm into domaining for about a year now, have a few sales and a growing portfolio. But I don't really have any connections to chat with or bounce ideas off. I'd like to have a small group to maybe chat or shoot a question too, or maybe just boast about this weeks picks. Maybe if there are a few of us an occasional get together over a beer or coffee. Anyone else in a similar position, PM me.
     
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  2. Theydon

    Theydon Established Member

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    Contact Mike Cyger (DomainSherpa), he's involved with a Seattle based DN group.
     
  3. hookbox

    hookbox Top Contributor VIP

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    "I likely was selling domains while you were still in the high school computer club. The good news is that its verifiable if you care to educate yourself."

    March 18,2015 "I'm into domaining for about a year now, have a few sales and a growing portfolio"

    Wow you do have a lot of experience in domains. LOL
     
  4. cocaseco

    cocaseco Top Contributor VIP

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    Do you believe everything you read on the Internet? It's not my style to come in and say, hey I know everything about domaining. Acting arrogant, like you were doing, encourages people to make assumptions, also like you did. I have found in life its always better to come into a situation as the one with the least to prove and deflecting all attention to others who like to boast. I have never felt the need to impress anyone with my accomplishments as a n introduction, instead preferring to significantly downplay them. As you get older you will see that it is much better to have your opponent think they know more than you. Always. Anyway, its just not my style. You might take this as an opportunity to reflect on your own style and how people perceive you. I gave you the way to look it up if you wanted to verify how long I have been domaining. Instead you choose to spend your time reading old posts of mine hoping to find some disconnect. You can probably find others, I dont care, but you sure seem to. Its kind of creeperish dude. Surely you have better things to do?
     

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