What's more important than the design of a new website? As someone said, words have meaning and names have power. This is becoming more and more important in the age of internet marketing and branding development.
There will no doubt be people who take great pleasure from the latest fracas between Ron Paul and his grassroots activists. It just goes to show when money is involved out goes the concept of "liberty" and "grassroots" activism.
It's no surprise that companies will pay big money to snag a relevant domain name. Financial website Forexpros.com just bought the domain name Investing.com for $2.45 million. That price tag makes it the most expensive known domain purchase this year.
Are you starting a new website or expanding your business' current sites to include a new domain, but the domain that matches your trademarked name is owned by someone else? Do you pay that money to purchase it? Or should you enforce your trademark?