Morgan Linton and Paul Goldstone’s iGoldrush Report Domaining Videos Featured on Forbes Investing

While visiting with family at Easter brunch yesterday my uncle mentioned to me he saw some videos about domain names on over the weekend. My family knows I invest in domain names and being that domains are a hot topic with all the new TLD happenings I wasn’t surprised to hear that domain names were in the news.

I was curious what my uncle was talking about so I checked out Forbes today and was surprised to see that featured on the investing page was the iGoldrush report videos put together by Morgan Linton of Linton Investments and Paul Goldstone, CEO of
















It’s great to see that domain investing is getting more and more attention in mainstream media as a legitimate way to make money. Thanks to Morgan and Paul for collaborating and providing domaining videos for those eager to learn the ropes.

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  • With the advent of the new gTLDS being introduced, its effect will severely impact the Search Engine Marketing Sector. According to MIT (Mass. Inst.Tech.) type-In traffic will be expanded rapidly and will be common place. Consumers are very reluctant to change and there are studies to prove that they will avoid doing business on a non-.COM site. This splintering and dividing of the Search Engine Market bodes well for a brilliant future, for Pure Play Generic .COM Profit Centers. M I T foresees Type-Ins, We foresee a seachange shift into .COM Profit Centers.

    Gratefully, Jeff Schneider (Contact Group) (Metal Tiger)

  • Yes its nice that Forbes had a scribe write this article and this article has no bearing on another Forbes scribe written article on why you should never pay more than a few thousand $ for any domain.

    Through my professional career experience Forbes was pretty disconnected from market realities. A much better coverage would better be supplied by I.B.D. Investors business Daily, the Institutional Smart money choice for market info.

    By the way they just did a write up On Mike Mann. Cheers

    Gratefully, Jeff Schneider (Contact Group) (Metal Tiger)

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