A few people at TechCrunch Disrupt were asking about our domain portfolio, so we put together a list of our most brandable domains that would be most appropriate for startups.
My first TechCrunch Disrupt, my first Hackathon. We launched Job2.com, a social marketing and auction website for job seekers. It is primarily for Silicon Valley tech workers who are in high demand right now and who are looking for a way to solicit or manage competing job offers.
I’ve been up now for 36 hours, still shocked that we launched the site in under 20 hours starting from absolute scratch. Getting admission to the rest of Disrupt is a nice plus and I’m looking forward to more mingling with the startup community.
We will definitely be present at the next Disrupt, using our domain portfolio to launch the next generation of startups.
We are hanging out with all the developers at TechCrunch Hackathon. Lots of startups, lots of developers, lots of fun! They are saying there will be over 1,000 hackers working towards a number of prizes. There are also a number of hackers who haven’t decided on names. If you need a name, drop us a line!
It’s been a while since I’ve posted any news, but today I finished launching the portfolio of domain names based on streets:
There are over 100 names in the portfolio with annual traffic in the 10,000’s. It was a project I came across through my research on degree domain names and have enjoyed watching the space grow over the years.
Our old site was a little boring, so we are trying to add more information about our various domain name portfolios and consulting services.