One of the most active posts for the month at Namepros is right out of the anti how to win friends and influence people playbook. A relatively new investor ripping and demeaning others.
It’s become a common theme over the last few years, people who got into the business with little understanding of things like, branding, linguistics, etc… Critique or blame the industry.
This is an individual business, not a union or a guild or even a team. It’s not the industries I.Q. it’s your own. It’s on you.
One of the points the OP makes is that they don’t see value in RecoverData.com. If you don’t see or understand the value of that name, this is not the business for you in my opinion.
Brad Mugford noted:
RecoverData.com is a quality domain in an extremely high dollar tech field.
When I ran my own computer repair company we often had to employ the services of large data recovery companies. Some of the invoices were in the tens of thousands range.
Either you learn the business or you get in and you get out quick. It’s your choice.
You can read the whole popcorn thread on Namepros.
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