Soylent Moves From Soylent.me To Soylent.com It's now official, Soylent is now using Soylent.com instead of Soylent.me. Congratulations guys, you're all growns up.
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Damn We Love Being Right – Soylent Has Acquired Soylent.com Soylent, a health food start-up who announced a $20 Million round of funding recently has in fact as we predicted gone ahead and acquired Soylent.com from the previous owner.
This should result in them moving from Soylent.me to the .Com.
DNSR.com - Tuesday, March 10, 2015 - 15:45
Another Obamacare EMD Launches – ObamacareDeadline.com In case you haven't noticed, we've been tracking many of the EMD domains being used within the health insurance ecosystem, especially anything using an Obamacare related EMD. EMD for those unaware is an acronym for "exact match domain". One of the very seasonal keyword terms that pertains to Obamacare is "Obamacare Deadline". A recen...
Soylent Raises $20 Million – Soylent.com Awaits Or A Rebrand It just became news that Soylent, a very humorously named food start-up just raised a $20 Million round of funding from a bunch of prominent VC’s in California. Previously they had raised an angel round of less than $1.5 Million to see if they could scale the business, and for certain when you raise a […]
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DNSR Annual Super Premium Domain Blowout $5M In Inventory Domainers, Domain Investors, Corporate Buyers And Development Professionals – It’s DNSR’s Annual Year End Sale Note: You’re welcome to make any offer you like, but offers that are low might not get a reply depending simply because of the amount of volume of emails we receive. So our advice is to...
BankRate Insurance Updates Their "Shady" Obamacare Website! BankRate Insurance apparently got word that Government-Health-Insurance.com was receiving some negatively publicity and criticism for its misleading and intentionally consumer confusing design. The website now features a tiny disclaimer disclosing to consumers that it is not in fact a government website, nor Healthcare.gov.
DNSR.com - Tuesday, November 25, 2014 - 11:9
Is BankRate’s Obamacare Site Intentionally Misleading Consumers? BankRate, a leading provider of financial services information and data for consumers, and the company thought to be one of the leaders within the industry for lead generation services for insurance agents, is using PPC ads and a misleading website designed to look similar to Healthcare.gov in their operations. It's black hat marketi...
DNSR.com - Monday, November 17, 2014 - 17:53
Because Ted Cruz Is A Clown On Everything – MyACA.com Exists Ted Cruz recent assertion that Net Neutrality is Obamacare for the internet helps highlight just how badly he’s been "bought and paid for" by big corporations. Who exactly does this man represent, because it can’t be the people. Affordable internet access and healthcare are two very essential things that 95% of Americans want.
Here’s A New Concept For The Domain Industry The domain industry, or more specifically, the aftermarket companies, along with the portfolio owners who feel that their url values are being attacked or diluted with the new GTLD domains, and monetization keeps going lower and lower. Maybe, just maybe this one idea can actually help.
DNSR.com - Wednesday, August 20, 2014 - 19:59
One Year Later And Obamacare.com Still Looks Like A “Hot Mess” It has been almost a year since the official launch of the Affordable Care Act, or what it is most often referred to as, Obamacare, on October 1st, 2013. Since then there have been no headline grabbing sales, and some of the EMD’s looked as if they have traded hands, but any deals have been […]
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This Domain Portfolio Is Available For… One Billion Dollars! ($1.2B Actually) CCIN, former owners of Whisky.com which they recently sold for $3.1 million have shocked the domain world with news that they're ready to part ways with the portfolio for…wait for it…wait for it…now do your best Doctor Evil impression… One Billion Dollars! Actually $1.2 Billion for 41 domains, or approximately $30 million each.