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Almost 10 Years On, and Fred Wilson’s Domain Advice for Startups is Still True

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On April 28th, 2011, Fred Wilson took to his AVC.com blog to write about finding and buying a domain name. The article produced hundreds...

“Who Said It?” Paul Graham’s Domain Advice for US Companies

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Paul Graham is a name many of you may be familiar with. He's the founder of Y Combinator, the startup incubator, and is generally regarded as one of the key figures of the Internet era. Graham's brainchild, Y Combinator, has been responsible for helping thousands of startups gain traction including the likes of Stripe, Airbnb, and Coinbase.As such a widely respected figure, Paul's opinion matters. He has become known for his intermittent essays on his website PaulGraham.com. Those essays offer a wide range of thoughts and advice.

Strategy Scrutiny: Why CoolShop Paid $100,000 for CoolShop.com

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Recently, domain investor Michael Bilde of Embrand found a story in a Danish newspaper that revealed that a company called CoolShop acquired the CoolShop.com domain name for $100,000. This fee surpasses many other "shop" domain sales prices. It beats: