Interview with Media Options CEO Andrew Rosener

Our CEO, Andrew Rosener, has been in the news quite a bit lately as he has been giving several interviews regarding domain name valuation and how to utilize exact match keyword domain names to increase traffic to your business & website.

Andrew was invited to give an interview with one of the Real Estate industries hottest startups, Placester.com. He discussed how to own your local market online by owning the exact match keyword domains for the market(s) you are targeting. Check out that interview here.

For the second time now, Andrew was also invited back to our friend DomainSherpa to discuss our recent development of Spearfishing.com as well as the state of the domain name industry and our domain name brokerage business. Andrew also touched upon his domain name valuation formula which was made very popular in his last interview with DomainSherpa. You can watch the first part of the interview here: http://x.co/domaining

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