Flying to Korea to Track Down a Domain Name
The New York Times has a neat article today about how Mike Iskandar traveled to Korea from his home in Ohio in order to acquire a domain name that was the perfect fit for his website, LifeProfit.com. Iskandar’s journey wasn’t as easy as flying to Korea to buy the name though, and it was a ballsy move.
I think this was a smart tactic, albeit risky for a number of reasons. It goes to show that if you really want or need a domain name (or really anything else important to you or your business), there’s nothing like a personal conversation.
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