Frager Factor

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Frank Schilling To Close The Doors On A Unique Opportunity In Time For Ultra-Premium Domain Holders

"This business still offers opportunity like no other! So many un-mined veins. There are just 200 million names registered for 7 billion people (and 500 million businesses) to share. " ~~Frank Schilling





Frank Schilling offered up a rare treat yesterday, a blog post entitled “There Are No Accidents,” well written in a way only Frank can.

Since its official launch at T.R..A.F.F.I.C. in October Frank Schilling has graciously been hand-holding the portfolios of other uber-premium domain owners, giving them the same care, attention and proprietary sales tools he applies to his own portfolio. The result has been a huge boost in earnings and end user sales for a select group of invited participants.

Frank has invested heavily into some breakthrough research and sales tools that educate a user of how to evaluate a domain for their business in terms of what it makes rather than what it costs. This has opened the floodgates to sales, as end users finally realize that there is only a finite supply of domain names that can become marketing assets, while there are over 33% of existing brands out there handicapped by flawed domains that will be liabilities as we end the age of typing and enter the age of talk. This is a sea change so large it can only compared to the transition from horse -drawn transportation to the combustion engine.

Another huge factor driving a demand for domains unlike any other in the history of time, is cloud computing. This too is the biggest fundamental change in the way we get information since the personal computer was introduced. I, the weeks these clear, generic domains that speak universally across the world through an app icon have been swept up, and the number of surfers connecting to the Internet via mobile devices exceeds those of the PC, Apple stock has catapulted to over $500 and I predict no stopping it north of $1000 as Apple revolutionizes TV and now we navigate on all devices in our world- from opening a can to closing a weekend house.

There was another reason for Box.net to Box.com. dotCOM is essential branding for Cloud Software. It's why Force.com, Cloud.com, DataCenters.com, Team.com and others acquired by readers of this blog, create perception of Internet based- whereas names like SAP, Oracle and BMC are turn offs to companies associated with all the last generations hassle and expense and inflexibility of CRM Software.

I've written up this revolution in numerous articles HERE and HERE, and HERE and HERE.

I'e also argued that domain names have finally crossed the Rubicon into full-fledged brands. The 1% of the cream that rose to the top have now to do unto themselves what they give others the power to do: Rebrand. They are no longer domainers, they are brand builders. The #1 reason end users buy domains is to brand something new or fix a brand that's broken. Sale after sale for the highest return after return that we examined beneath the headlines on the DNS homepage ticker, prove the reason to buy is that simple.

In promoting the value of domains, we've talked about something called the radio test. I've been taking that to the next level with something I call the SIRI test. Ask SIRI for TUMLBR and see what she says? Could that be why they bellied up to the bar and went for Tumbler? Why Box.net suddenly had to be rebranded Box.com? Or why Meet.ME was worth $450K to MeetMe.com? Why when you ask SIRI for "New York Plumbers" she's not going to send you to a site named NYPlumbers? Could that have driven the mid-figure DNS sale of NewYorkPlumbers.com to NYPlumbers.com? Or driving another mid-five figure DNS November sale, East Rest is a luxury bedding product sold by direct response TV ads. The call-to-action had been MyEasyRest.com. They spent mid figures to upgrade to EasyRest.com. Smart. I reckon there are thousands of other sales made simply to truncate the name and drop the “my.”

The only reason it got registered to begin with is because when they went to Network Solutions to register EasyRest.com, they got a message that it was taken and a suggestion they register the MY alternative. The end user never was informed that there is an aftermarket where it still may be possible to own the exact one they want.

See a pattern here?

Frank Schilling's release and one-on-one tutorials of the Domain Name Sales platform was among the biggest highlights of T.R.A.F.F.I.C @The Ritz in October. Like the disruptive parking solution rolled out before it, this is arguably one of the most valuable innovations to move the industry forward.

Frank had built the sales system to manage inquiries on his own names which ran in the hundreds per day. He also presented a powerful infographic with fact-based support about the potential value and return on investment from acquiring the ideal domain. Where end users had before just seen a parking page and a link or tried to identify and contact the owner from the whois, now instead of being stopped in their tracks by a perceived outrageous price, they see a business case that positions the investment as a revenue generator versus a cost.

The problem before is that there was just a small contact button opening an email to the owner. It was blank. There was no guidance and the response email domain didn't add credibility to the sales process. I think the biggest roadblock me and the others faced was buyers wanted to contact us but couldn't figure out how. Or email was never delivered.

By adding the single line of code, there is an 800# staffed 24/7 and an offer form surrounded by fact-based support of domain value and branding from the most respected authority in the space. Those who wish to be more personally aggressive can simply leverage this code when promoting their own portfolios in social media. For example add #dreamforce when cloud computing's Oscar days are in session, where all the best prospects are for the top inventory, your ad will be apart of a live thread of tweets with 10s of thousands of eyeballs in attention much the way your eyes were tuned to the domainFest tweeting last week. To me it's a miracle!

You might think you can do this on your own. But it's a lot different when they land on a credible page of fact-based sales support, have a professional broker accustomed to handling 6-7 figure sales an 800# away and also a contact system that doesn't break down as most do at the last mile when emails get stuck in spam or misdirected through multiple listing third parties.

And I can assure you it works. I tested this during the live Tweeting from domainFest. A headline "Frank Schilling Makes More Millions" with hashtag #domainfest added resulted in 1000s of page view within seconds! btw, social media headline doesn't have to match article headline and once you discover its business advantages that go far beyond your comprehension of social media as a soap box to announce what you've had for breakfast, you will see where Frank's platform has a huge head start and competitive advantage that all of the other brokers failed to understand, embrace and engage early on. (Shame on you Sedo, SHAME!)

Frank shared with me privately last week even bigger plans afoot and hinted in his posts to "work harder than ever to unlock the value of the portfolios which we manage. I want to pay back those who believed in me and create a cycle of prosperity for those who had faith in me. If you thought last year was surprising, this year will floor you. All the changes we execute this year are designed to unlock the value and increase the cash flow of the generic name owners we support."

But the window is closing on this unique opportunity in time. Warns Frank, "We’ve switched upstream monetization partners and we’re innovating (as I write) for the future benefit of ourselves and our sub-syndication partners. This will result in material benefits in the next 3 months, at which time I may temporarily stop adding new participants to ITC/DNS. Some of the changes contemplated by our upstream advertising partners are remarkably bold and out-of-the-box. All our ITC/DNS account holders will benefit from the changes if our upstream folks execute on the grand ideas they’ve shared with us."

Personally, I've never seen so many offers on my own domains so early in the year on any other system. And I feel great about passing on all of ten knowing once each domain goes to its final resting place, it will never be available to go to anyone else again at any price.

Here are some examples of results delivered to me and other domainers in the program over it's initial first four months— with tens of thousands of negotiations opened and still in progress. Many like MWorker.com (cloud talk for mobile worker), and others we've previously cited in the links offered above, a steal at under $3,000! Some simply to fix a typo, remove a my or improve the extension. If you have names like these (and you need to understand the difference), and are still not part of the Domain Name Sales program, contact Frank immediately before the opportunity is toast forever. As will be the domain names for if there is more than one Juan Yarur, I'm sorry to have to be the one to tell you that you waited too long and just forever missed the chance to own JuanYarur.com! And that applies to all Hillside Plumbers, UK Carpet Cleaners, etc. etc. and so on! See below how the name supply has been squeezed in just the last 90 days. No more time for "dithering" as Cheney likes to press obama when funds are needed to increase Haliburton's quarterly results.

Aquajoy.org.uk
aereos.com N/A Feb 9, 12 DNS
afilliated.com - 1500
allergytrack.com - 1500
aluplast.co.uk under $3k
answermycalls.com - 2011-12-16 $0-3k
aquajoy.co.uk under 3K
arcc.co.uk - 2011-12-05 $0-3k
auctiontime.co.uk
autorenta.com N/A Feb 6, 12 DNS
avanti.co.uk - 1500
babytown.co.uk under $3k
backpackingaustralia.com N/A
backpackingthailand.com $3-5k USD Jan 31, 12 DNS
badcreditloans.ca N/A
bakersfieldrestaurant.com - 2011-12-30 $5-10k
bandmerchandise.com – 15K
bartendersoftware.com 1500
basm.com $5-10k
behome.co.nz - 2011-12-14 $0-3k
berlinchemie.com - 2011-12-28 $0-3k
besthorrormovies.com - 2011-12-30 $20-50k
betport.com - 1500
blackgfs.com – 15k
Boatloans.com $50-100k
bookfan.com – 7.5k
bottleservice.net - 1500
boulderrental.com – 7.5
bpd.co.uk N/A Feb 7, 12 DNS
brodit.co.uk under $3k
businessenvelopes.com - 15
camelgames.com $3-5k USD
canvasart.net - 2011-12-12 $0-3k
carerrerexecutive.com n/a
carmatsdirect.co.uk - 1500
carmatsuk.co.uk - 1500
carpartner.co.uk - 2011-12-23 $0-3k
carpetclean.co.nz - 2011-12-08 $0-3k
caseykeyrealestate.com N/A Feb 9, 12 DNS
cashin.co.uk
cellblox.com $3-5k
chokehold.com N/A
claendars.com - 2011-12-13 $0-3k
cloudpayments.com - 1500
collisionrepairs.co.nz - 1500
companyseal.com - 2011-12-06 $0-3k
computerwallmount.com - 1500
connected-media.com under $3k
copperpoint.com - 2011-12-08 $20-50k
coro.com $20-50k
costadvisor.com - 2011-12-17 $5-10k
cpsgroup.co.uk - 2011-11-07 1500
decowell.com under $3k
diabeteseducation.com $10-20k
directmoney.co.uk $3-5k
djbookings.com $5-10k USD Feb 9, 12 DNS
dmbio.com - 2011-11-15 1500
dogfoodrecipes.com N/A
dumbmoney.com - 2011-11-15 1500
dyslexia.co.nz - 1500
eastblue.com - 2011-12-07 $3-5k
easygifts.com $3-5k USD
easyrest.com - $20-50k
ecare.co.uk 7.5
emailbackgrounds.com under $3k USD Feb 11, 12 DNS
emmamae.com N/A
energycompare.co.uk N/A
eosis.com - 1500
evolution5.co.uk - 2011-12-15 $0-3k
exo.org N/A Feb 9, 12 DNS
eyeguide.com - 2011-12-01 $10-20k
ezgifts.com $3-5k USD Feb 14, 12 DNS
ezyfleet.com - 1500
feyt.com - $20-50k
filmbuff.com $50-100k
finddoc.com - 15Kfinecomb.com - 1500
flagpatch.com - 2011-12-21 $0-3k
flexiblemedia.com $3-5k USD Feb 10, 12 DNS
flowerorder.com - 2011-12-12 $10-20k
flowtrac.com - 2011-12-30 $3-5k
flyingcars.com - 2011-12-20 $20-50k
foamrollers.com $10-20k
foddersolutions.com N/A Feb 1, 12 DNS
fontmap.com N/A
forevertime.com N/A
fotoset.com under $3k
francedns.com $3-5k
freightcenters.com N/A
gamesole.com N/A
giftboxes.net under $3k
girlcoach.com - 2011-12-05 $0-3k
globalbankcard.com - 1500
globalinkjet.com N/A
goaltracking.com - 2011-12-21 $0-3k
greenwichconnecticut.com N/A
hamnerholidayhomes.co.nz N/A
handsonlearning.co.uk - 1500
handydan.co.uk – 1500
healthsector.net – 1500
helpanxiety.com - 2011-12-06 $0-3k
hilltopplumbing.com - 2011-12-05 $0-3k
hirschfield.com $10-20k
home24.co.uk – 4k
hometohome.co.uk - 2011-12-20 $0-3k
hoofdpijn.com - 2011-12-22 $10-20k
hookah.co.uk – 7.5
hospidex.com - 2011-12-22 $5-10k
hotlife.com N/A
ibizapeople.com$3-5k
imageshield.com - 1500
indigoproperty.co.uk - 2011-12-02 $0-3k
inkcloud.com – 1500
inowa.com under $3k
installmentloans.co.uk – 1500
istorage.com N/A
jasu.com under $3k
jobrapido.com.br $5-10k
jogdog.com - 2011-11-28 7.5
joyi.com $20-50k
juanyarur.com - 2011-11-24 $1500
junkremoval.com $20-50k
keepersecurity.com - 2011-11-07 $7.5
kiddieskingdom.co.uk - 2011-11-17 $1500
knittingmachineparts.com N/A
lafurniture.com - 2011-12-30 $50-100k
laserliposuction.com N/A
Lasvegasrealestate.net under $3k
legalforce.co.uk - 2011-12-07 $3-5k
liberta.com - 2011-11-22 $50-100k
lighted.com - 2011-11-12 $7.5
liki.com - 2011-11-14 $1500
logicsolution.net - 2011-11-17 $1500
loopup.com $20-50k USD
low-car-insurance.com under $3k
lucylingerie.com under $3k
luethen.com - 2011-12-19 $0-3k
lyonheart.com $5-10k
madhurya.com N/A
magnifying.com - 2011-11-18 $20-50k
magnoliapictures.com $3-5k
manning.co.nz - 2011-11-17 $1500
mastercleanse.com $50-100k
medilogic.co.uk - 2011-12-19 $0-3k
menashe.co.uk under $3k
mesoestetic.co.uk under $3k
mihealth.co.uk - 2011-11-16 $1500
minneapolisapartments.com - 2011-12-12 $10-20k
mobilegateway.com - 2011-11-28 $4
mommilk.com - 2011-12-28 $10-20k
Monthlys.com$5-10k
mworker.com under $3k USD
nanagouvea.com - 2011-11-22 $4
netech.com N/A
newcycles.com - 2011-12-26 $0-3k
newyorkplumbing.com - 2011-11-16 $20-50k
northernsoul.co.uk under $3k
notawesome.com under $3k
Numbersigns.com $20-50k
oahuluaus.com - 2011-11-24 $0-3k
officialmerchandise.com - 2011-12-19 $5-10k
onlinechatrooms.com N/A
onpark.com $10-20k U
OpenMarkets.com - 2011-11-14 $20-50k
openskies.ca - 2011-12-16 $3-5k
packagingsupply.com - 2011-12-29 $10-20k
papakura.co.nz - 2011-11-22 $0-3k
parkholidays.com - 2011-11-11 $10-20k
pcliquidators.com - 2011-11-01 $0-3k
petals.co.nz - 2011-12-28 $0-3k
petfriendsforever.com - 2011-12-23 $5-10k
petzone.com $100-150k
phlebotomy.net - 2011-12-21 $10-20k
photobooths.com $20-50k
phototoronto.com - 2011-12-21 $5-10k
physicaltherapyschools.net under $3k
pinit.com N/A
plantationlife.com $5-10k
plasticshredder.com
plasticshredder.com - 2011-12-20 $10-20k
plumbingacademy.co.uk - 2011-11-09 $0-3k
pocketdocs.com N/A
poptent.com $50-100k USD
premiumbond.com - 2011-11-22 $10-20k
printingshopper.com - 2011-11-17 $0-3k
punchdrunk.com N/A Feb 9, 12 DNS
qgroup.co.uk - 2011-11-30 $0-3k
Quantify.com $50-100
quikchek.net - 2011-11-29 $0-3k
quilted.com - 2011-11-11 $50-100k
raven.net - 2011-11-25 $5-10k
realtime.co - 2011-11-01 $0-3k
reclaim.co.nz - 2011-11-08 $0-3k
relationshipgenius.com under $3k USD Feb 9, 12 DNS
remotemanaging.com - 2011-12-22 $3-5k
residentialcarefacility.com - 2011-11-22 $0-3k
rijplaten.com - 2011-11-30 $0-3k
roomkey.co.uk - 2011-12-29 $10-20k
sanrafael.com - 2011-11-08 $0-3k
sarasotarealestate.com - 2011-12-29 $20-50k
scorenews.com - 2011-11-18 $10-20k
securetrading.co.uk under $3k
sexpersonals.net - 2011-11-03 $0-3k
sheology.com N/A
singingtelegram.com - 2011-11-03 $50-100k
skateboardstickers.com $5-10k
skydiving.tv - 2011-11-15 $0-3k
skyfish.com under $3k
smokingpipes.co.uk - 2011-11-07 $0-3k
snapes.co.uk - 2011-11-11 $0-3k
socialcodes.com $20-50k
solarshingles.com N/A Jan 31, 12 DNS
spellingbee.co.uk - 2011-11-07 $0-3k
sphoek.nl under $3k
spidertech.co.uk N/A
spiritualformation.com $5-10k
stonepave.co.uk - 2011-11-29 $0-3k
studiowolf.com N/A Jan 30, 12 DNS
stylester.com - 2011-11-15 $0-3k
swappit.com - 2011-12-07 $0-3k
synergyengineering.com N/A Feb 1, 12 DNS
tablecard.com $20-50k
tabletents.com - 2011-11-23 $10-20k
tabology.com - 2011-11-15 $5-10k
tarotcardreading.com - 2011-11-29 $20-50k
theatredeals.co.uk - 2011-12-09 $0-3k
thedailygrind.com $5-10k
thunderroad.ca under $3k
torontocriminallawyers.org N/A
trackup.com - 2011-11-14 $0-3k
trueromances.com - 2011-11-17 $0-3k
uksameday.co.uk N/A Jan 30, 12 DNS
ulog.com - 2011-11-02 $20-50k
ultimategames.com - 2011-12-01 $50-100k
ultimategaming.com - 2011-12-08 $10-20k
underwatercamera.com - 2011-12-01 $20-50k
varicoseveinsurgery.com - 2011-11-18 $10-20k
vinylfencing.ca $3-5k
vinylreplacementwindows.com N/A Jan 31, 12
viralscience.com - 2011-11-17 $0-3k
vitamin.co.nz - 2011-12-14 $0-3k
waterstreet.com - 2011-11-07 $50-100k
weda.co.uk N/A Feb 1, 12 DNS
weile.com $10-20k USD Feb 9, 12 DNS
whatsondubai.com N/A Feb 8, 12 DNS
wheelsup.com $50-100k
whiptail.com - 2011-12-13 $20-50k
wipd.com - 2011-11-07 $3-5k
womenandmoney.com N/A
woodlodge.com - 2011-11-09 $0-3k
xbowling.com - 2011-12-15 $10-20k
youngentreprenuer.com - 2011-11-07 $10-20k
zagged.com N/A
zenatek.com N/A

Plus with regard to Frank's personal collection six figures or more have been rejected multiple times for the following, each of which could be sold this afternoon with a single phones call (can you say that about your portfolio, if so and its not in Frank's care GET IT THERE). But that's the point, once sold these names will be out of play forever. This is no longer the minor leagues and the insider trading games and tax sheltering buying motivations you see reported elsewhere.

1200caloriediet.com
1971.com
3dflash.com
514.com
713.com
850.com
AffordableHealthInsurance.com
AgainstTheGrain.com
againstthegrain.com
alligatorhunting.com
allornothing.com
allthingsarepossible.com
alltogether.com
americanrebel.com
AmericanRevolution.com
ameritrend.com
AngelInvestor.com
antarctica.com
apartmentlistings.com
apartmentnyc.com
apptitude.com
arabic.net
arrestwarrants.com
ArtificialSweeteners.com
AskTheJudge.com
Askthequestion.com
assaultrifle.com
AudioHub.com
babyhats.com
badkarma.com
bankanywhere.com
bankfee.com
BarberShop.com
Bcld.com
BearMarket.com
BecomeATeacher.com
behindthescene.com
bestoftimes.com
biblebelts.com
bibledownload.com
BicyclePatrol.com
bikeacrossamerica.com
Bink.com
blackberries.net
BlackGold.com
blackopium.com
blacksquirrel.com
blanktees.com
blingit.com
boatingonline.com
BroadwayBound.com
businessconnect.com
businessgifts.com
caballah.com
californiaforum.com
californiagrill.com
campfit.com
campusbuzz.com
cantaloupe.com
carcheck.net
careerguide.net
caribbeanbikini.com
Chant.com
chewy.com
ChineseFurniture.com
chipsandsalsa.com
citycaterers.com
CityLiving.com,
cityspeak.com
CleaningProducts.com
coffeemugs.com
ContactList.com
Coolshit.com
coverletterexamples.com
creditassurance.com
cropcircle.com
cufflink.com
cutekitten.com
daycareinsurance.com
dayspaguide.com
DentalHealthInsurance.com
deskercise.com
DiaperDirect.com
DirtyClothes.com
dirtypaws.com
DogCrates.com
DogDayCamp.com
dogtrainingcollars.com
dotlife.com
Downloadbible.com
Dreampillow.com
DrugAddiction.com
EarlyDectection.com
Earthmama
easybillpay.com
emptynest.com
EnergyAtWork.com
ExclusiveOffer.com
execujet.com
exitsurvey.com
eyecrafters.com
EyeTube.com
FacePad.com
fashionistas.com
fatandhappy.com
FeedThePoor.com
filebook.com
firstmile.com
FloridaJustice.com
Flourmills.com
foldingbikes.com
FollowTheMoney.com
footballcoachingjobs.com
FraudExpert.com
freelancewritingjobs.com
Freshfruit.com
gaston.com
gayintheusa.com
getawaycabins.com
gilbertrealestate.com
girlsrule.com
glamorous.com
glutenfreefoods.com
Goodview.com
gp5.com
GrandAdventure.com
hairforum.com
HappyBurger.com
happyfaces.com
Happypaws.com
happyplace.com
HealthcareBlog.com
healthcarecosts.com
Heavan.com
HikingAmerica.com
hittheroadjack.com
HomeImprovement.com
hottestgirlintheworld.com
idoit.com
IncomeProducingAssets.com
indianrestaurants.com
internetmarketingconsultants.com
JapaneseFood.com
jinglebells.com
jobincanada.com
JobsInIndia.com
journeyman.com
JuicePress.com
juniordresses.com
JunkRemoval.com
justpayhalf.com
kenyapolice.com
kickboxingclasses.com
killerwhales.org
Kitchenworld.com
kreate.com
lastmanstanding.com
leftrightleft.com
Leveraging.com
lifespan.com
lifestyle.net
limepie.com
littledevil.com
longislandwebdesign.com
lovin.com
luxuryvillarentals.com
magiccleaner.com
mainemussels.com
malestripper.com
Marblecountertops.com
Masterchefs.com
mattresshub.com
Mealticket.com
mediaconvergence.com
medicalwriter.com
medicareprovider.com
Meerymart.com
meetmymatch.com
mensshirts.com
Merrymart.com
MetaTags.com
militarymom.com
milliondollardeal.com
missionstatement.com
MorningAfter.com
musicstars.com
nationaljobfairs.com
newarkairportparking.com
nutritiondrink.com
ocio.com
officesnacks.com
oldorchardbeach.com
outdoorsmen.com
PackagwExpress.com
parfumes.com
partnerzone.com
PartyDecorations.com
passwordfinders.com
peachjam.com
penisenlargment.com
PerfectTemp.com
PetParade.com
philanthropist.com
photohunter.com
PlantaTree.com
PlayPad.com
pointofpurchase.com
pokerstrategies.com
poshkids.com
pottytalk.com
powerpack.com
pricecheckers.com
Privatevideo.com
propertyguy.com
pumpkinsoup.com
QuotesAboutLife.com
RandomThoughts.com
raspberry.com
RateMyGirlfriend.com
Recipehelper.com
reefermadness.com
remodelingandrepair.com
rentpalmbeach.com
residentialdesigns.com
Riverwolf.com
rollingdoor.com
RoseMarie.com
safebrowsing.com
safedates.com
SameSexMarriage.com
SanFranciscoTours.com
saveway.com
SavingMoney.com
scorekeepers.com
Screenmasters.com
searchresults.com
seattlebagel.com
sellerchoice.com
Servermart.com
shameless.com
Shawn.com
Shelves.com
Shittalk.com
Shoecloset.com
Shoereview.com
shopmarks.com
shoptrends.com
ShowMeVegas.com
silverspoons.com
sixtiesmusic.com
Skatefest.com
slideshowmaker.com
slidingdoor.com
Smallbusinessmarketing.com
smilestone.com
sniper.com
SocialCommunity.com
solarpowerplant.com
somethingborrowed.com
soundjam.com (now known as itunes)
spaghettiandmeatballs.com
SpeedUpMyComputer.com
SteamMop.com
stickynotes.com
stockqoute.com
StockTips.com
stopbullying.com
Storageboxes.com
streamingfootball.com
TabletCases.com
TalkingtoHeavan.com
talkingtoys.com
tangomusic.com
TasteBuds.com
tastywraps.com
teatroinsurgentes.com
tellyou.com
terminallyill.com
TestDrive.com
thatswhatshesaid.com
The HockeyFan.com
theadventurer.com
thebigcheese.com
TheBoyNextDoor.com
theconversation.com
thefairway.com
thegardenofeden.com
theglades.com
thehardpart.com
theoilmarket.com
thestatesmen.com
TheToilet.com
thetoothfairy.com
ThinkFaster.co
thisandthat.com
ThisIsMe.com
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