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This Domainer Turned An NFL Website Idea Into A $25K Payday

Labeled as news in Domain Industry News, started by mems, Mar 26, 2021

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  1. mems

    mems Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    This Domainer Turned An NFL Website Idea Into A $25K Payday

     
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  2. DuDD

    DuDD Established Member

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    NFL?
    the same as NFT?
     
  3. mems

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  4. iAdam

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    Isn't NFL a registered trademark? :xf.confused:
     
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    Very nice, thanks for the link.
     
  6. bmugford

    bmugford www.DataCube.com PRO VIP ICA Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    I am not really feeling this story. I don't think messing around with famous trademarks is great business or should be promoted as "domaining".

    Gargiulo broke into the domaining side hustle early on and learned how to target big companies in hope of making a nice chunk of change.

    He told Not About Wrestling

    “There’s a way to do it and a strategy. You can’t just buy, for example, NFL.com and try and hold the NFL hostage and try to sell it to them.

    You’ll get taken to court and they’ll sue you. But, you can buy these domains and create non-profitable websites, and if it’s something that a company wants they have to make you an offer.”
     
    Last edited: Mar 29, 2021

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