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Rick Latona now includes .TV domain names in upcoming Auction in Amsterdam

It's good to know Rick Latona highlighted some premiums .TV domain names to be included in Amsterdan auction this coming June 4th Targetted Traffic Conference. Here are the lists (some) of noted domain names up for grab. renewal fee of $1K with $37,500 reserve renewal fee of $1.5k with $90K reserve renewal fee of $750 with $25K reserve renewal fee of $750 with $25K reserve
Sales. tv renewal fee of $750 with $14K reserve renewal fee of $750 with $14K reserve renewal fee of $750 with  $15k reserve renewal fee of $750 with  $15k reserve renewal fee of $1K with $75K reserve renewal fee of $750 with $9K reserve

Note: The renewal fee is per year.

As of writting this article, I've checked the ownership of the domain names still with Enom. If you go to website, you can still see the actual premium price as shown below. $25K annually $5K annually $5K annually $5K annually  $5K annually
Sales. tv  $5K annually $7.5K annually $10K annually $50K annually  $25K annually

Even the price cut renewal of these domains, some entrepreneurs still see it too high to maintain and I agree. At this reserve amount, only established entrepreneurs, small-medium business owners and corporations can participate to this auction. I guess that's their goal.

As I've asked last couple of weeks, Why .TV still not dominating the cyberspace? despite of universal branding of TV and common "term" in every countries. I hope the auction in Amsterdamm will give enough buzz for .TV domain names. Only time can tell.


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