Time for another editorial. Just received an interesting business proposal from Mr. Wong Hui, and all I can say is that I plan to retire a rich man. Please I would like you to keep this proposal as a top secret and delete it if you are not interested and get back to me if [...]Copyright © 2013 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
The Chinese have now entered the mass-spamming “market”, notifying domainers about useless .CN domains that match com/net/org keywords. One such email from China was brought to our attention, and we present it due to its “funny” content and writing, regarding the apparently flourishing “big tits” business in China. Wish you happy every day! Dear friend, [...]Copyright © 2013 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
Here at DomainGang we check our email often. How often, depends on who emails us. On occasion we get email inquiries from fans, other times from anonymous trolls; we definitely appreciate emails from satisfied sponsors and potential advertisers. Sometimes we receive spam, but for the most part, life is good when we receive email On [...]Copyright © 2013 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
It’s sad when a forum that was launched several years ago as an arena for domain professionals, has been almost completely annihilated. Plagued by spammers that constantly bombard its “Domains For Sale” and “Domains Wanted” sections with spam about iron golf clubs, DomainNameForum.com looks nothing like the image that Japanese domain investor Satoshi Shimoshita had [...]Copyright © 2013 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
The Obama administration is looking into new, unexplored options in order to rejuvenate the current state of bad economy. Not content with keeping the US military employed for at least 2 more years by assaulting Libya, the US Government is now switching focus to another form of unwanted bombing: Spam. Long considered to be a [...]Copyright © 2013 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
The top five non-expert spam SEO tips for the Expert SEO that guarantees short lived quick traffic. Name Drop. Name Drop. Name Drop. Name drop any chance you get. For instance: Frank Schilling, Rick Schwartz and Kevin Ham. Include reasons why you like them. Regurgitate their accomplishments and include links to their blog so they [...]Copyright © 2013 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.