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Hello, can I have more details about your conversation? What should be noticed? Sorry to interfere but I am curious as always.
 

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I was asking him if he had noticed that a group, probably a restaurant in Florida had set up a site on the .org of his name, and he had not yet, but he pointed out that someone had also set up a similar site on thefreshbites.com - if you have a domain like this (the best always being the .com) having a org extension being developed, it is a potential end user who might want to buy the .com for their site. Same with a longer domain like thefreshbites. That name is three words instead of 2. It would be an upgrade to buy this name off of Biggie.
 

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I was asking him if he had noticed that a group, probably a restaurant in Florida had set up a site on the .org of his name, and he had not yet, but he pointed out that someone had also set up a similar site on thefreshbites.com - if you have a domain like this (the best always being the .com) having a org extension being developed, it is a potential end user who might want to buy the .com for their site. Same with a longer domain like thefreshbites. That name is three words instead of 2. It would be an upgrade to buy this name off of Biggie.
Thank you for your reply I appreciate it :) I am impressed about your knowledge
 
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