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First Video Interview in Morgan Linton's New Domainvestors Television Series is Online - Dozens More to Come 

In our comprehensive review of the T.R.A.F.F.I.C. Las Vegas conference that ran Jan. 21-23 at the Hard Rock Hotel I noted that Morgan Linton was there shooting dozens of video interviews for an ambitious new series called Domainvestors TV. This week Linton posted the opening episode in the series and I had the honor of being his first guest. You can see the approximately 12-minute interview here

Linton filmed more interviews at the DOMAINfest Global conference that ran Jan. 26-28 in Santa Monica, California and he now has a wealth of material in the can that will be steadily released in the weeks and months ahead. 

Linton said he wanted to put together a series with industry experts so that people interested in learning about domains and investing in them will have a diversified video resource they can go 24/7 for the kind of information they need to get a running start in the business.

I feel confident that Morgan's enthusiasm for the business, excellent interviewing skills and the high technical quality of his videos will attract a sizeable audience and help spread the word about the many 

Morgan Linton (left) interviewing Rick Silver 
(N49 Interactive) at T.R.A.F.F.I.C. Las Vegas
 for an upcoming episode of Domainvestors TV

opportunities in this industry. I'm looking forward to the upcoming episodes that will feature a virtual who's who of the domain business and I'm sure I will pick more than a few valuable tips myself.

One other note today - the .PRO Registry announced  plans for releasing one, two and three-character .PRO domain names over the remainder of the opening quarter of 2010. The release schedule posted at www.registry.pro/123 says the first phase of the release and allocation 

process is Request for Proposals (RFP), which opened today. Interested parties can submit proposals detailing their qualifications and how they intend to use and promote a name if awarded. According to the release schedule, names not awarded through RFP will also be made available through two additional allocation methods: auction and first come, first served general availability

(Posted Feb. 10, 2010) 

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