Landrush fever: Seasoned domainer becomes Domain Name (.)Guru

Seasoned domain investor, John Yeomans, has become *the* prime expert in domain names as of today, after registering

Taking advantage of the tiered landrush that allows applicants to pay a higher premium to secure better gTLD domains, John Yeomans appears to have spent an extra $120 on top of the annual registration fee.

John Yeomans on the left - Photo courtesy

John Yeomans on the left – Photo courtesy

Most .guru domain names will have a renewal fee of $39.95 but some might be priced as high as $99.95 per year, or more.

There is no indication what John plans to do with the domain name as currently it does not resolve.

The word guru is a marketing term used by ad agencies and the meaning of “guru” as a teacher or leader has been used to cover anyone who acquires followers, becoming an expert in their field.

Congratulations to the new Guru of Domain Names! 😀

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4 Responses to “Landrush fever: Seasoned domainer becomes Domain Name (.)Guru”
  1. Howie Crosby says:

    Congrats to John!
    Shouldn’t guru be attributed to a person rather than a thing?
    The last time I looked was available! $189 Priority.

  2. Howie Crosby says:

    Second thoughts, I understand…

  3. Ms Domainer says:


    I’m sorry, but this looks like a waste of money.




  4. DomainGang says:

    I tried to register but it said I am too hot for that and I need a .com 😀

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