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Wednesday, December 18, 2013

World's Most Valuable Available Domains: as The Crossword Puzzle Turns 100

Normally we do an end of year series about Domaining's most fascinating people. But with the gTLDs coming, I thought it might be a great time to remind my corporate, media and investor audience about "World's Most Valuable Available Domains." Today's pick in celebration of the 100th "Centennial" anniversary of the Crossword Puzzle, we submit for your consideration, Name Administration

50 million people spend a few relaxing moments each day working on crossword puzzles. But few people know these brain-teasers were the invention of one man 100 years ago. And even few more know one man, Frank Schilling, paid $275,000 for, a domain that according to this CBS report, has to be one of the most value domain names still available to any one of thousands of suitors for it, as explained in the CBS Report that follows.

PS. Between now and the end of the year, I invite all brokers to submit a domain for consideration together with a short write-up the size of that above, with a video link if possible.

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