Re: [DNS] Colateral damage

Re: [DNS] Colateral damage

From: Kerry Henry <KHenry§ClickOn.au.com>
Date: Sat, 25 Nov 2000 14:02:56 +1100
Vic,

No.

If they have a viable business plan and they want an Aussie domain space for
branding purposes, then register a company name (not RBN as that would
restrict name to one State) and register relevant domain names as required
to support their overall plan.

I really don't understand all the fuss to be honest.  I have always worked
with the prevailing conditions.

If a new concept, keep your mouth shut; do your research on available
business names and relevant internet names;  and then pounce.

I have successfully approached third parties who have dormant business or
internet names - made an offer - if accepted great - if declined, move to
plan B.

The 'be all' is a sound business plan.  There are usually alternative
trading badges.

If a total impass and the various names are a MUST HAVE, involve the other
party in the deal.

I trust I have covered your comment.

Kerry

-----Original Message-----
From: Deus Ex Machina <vicc&#167;cia.net.au>
To: dns&#167;auda.org.au <dns§auda.org.au>
Date: Saturday, 25 November 2000 1:42
Subject: Re: [DNS] Colateral damage


>Kerry Henry [KHenry&#167;ClickOn.au.com] wrote:
>> Guys and Girls,
>>
>> As I have stated repeatedly before, advisers on domain space registration
>> have to understand their clients longer term strategies before wildly
>> recommending the most appropriate domain space!
>>
>> The idea may best fit within the 'com.au' arena as that may well be the
>> longer term plan - a commercial business model actually supplying
products
>> and services to expats.  If it is simply going to be an
>> information-introduction business model, then yes 'org or asn'.  If in
doubt
>> at this stage on the likely outcome, register in all relevant spaces
>> including 'com' to provide longer term global flexibility.
>>
>> Be it com.au or org.au or asn.au, if the theme is that good as a business
>> model, I am sure there are heaps of 'onshore' contacts that would gladly
go
>> and register a business or company  for these interested 'offshore'
>> interested parties and act as a local representative.  Indeed, if a good
>> model, it would be smart of the originators of the idea to involve an
>> onshore party so as to assist with local sourcing and infrastructure
detail.
>
>
>so let me get this straight,  you are saying they should register
>a business localy which they will not use and risk having
>someone local own their domain name which they will use?
>
>similar to how everyone breaks the derivation rule and the one entity
>one domain rule by registering useless unused business names?
>
>Vic
>
>
>--
>This article is not to be reproduced or quoted beyond this forum without
>express permission of the author.  You don't know who really wrote it.
>354 subscribers. Archived at http://lists.waia.asn.au/list/dns (dns/dns)
>Email "unsubscribe" to dns-request&#167;auda.org.au to be removed.
>
Received on Sat Nov 25 2000 - 11:03:11 UTC

This archive was generated by hypermail 2.3.0 : Fri Dec 19 2014 - 00:00:12 UTC