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Twitter for $7500

Discussion in 'Domain News' started by soj, Feb 3, 2012.

  1. soj

    soj Founder

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  2. James

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    A lot of big companies go and acquire domains, I believe "Myspace" purched its domain and also "Facebook" did too.

    I also love Twitter.com.au haha
     
  3. courier

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    Be interesting to see what amount of revenue twitter.com.au makes and if twitter ever approached to purchase. Love to be a fly on the wall for that conversation.
     
  4. Snooks

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    They will probably just shut it down:(

    I had a teenage discussion forum www.teentwitter.net, 18 months ago Twitter sent me an email demanding i stop infringing on there name. I replied to the email and within 3 days had written documentation insisting i cease using their trademarked name blah blah blah....

    Given i couldnt afford a fight i backed down and changed the name. The forum has since been sold.

    Perhaps i could have fought, but who knows how far they will push it and at what cost to me:(