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When will Telnic / Telnames understand that something very important is missing?

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When will Telnic / Telnames understand that something very important is missing?

Post by Toptel on Tue 23 Apr 2013, 8:54 am

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Re: When will Telnic / Telnames understand that something very important is missing?

Post by Sunrise on Tue 23 Apr 2013, 1:54 pm

Telnic sticks to the wrong assumption from 2009:
"Contact data are important for communication."
But contact data alone aren't a salable product when it comes to websites or homepages!

And customers are much more demanding today than 20 years ago.
Telnic should have learned this during the last 4 years!
But no reaction or adaptation until today.
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Re: When will Telnic / Telnames understand that something very important is missing?

Post by TelGirl on Tue 23 Apr 2013, 6:32 pm

I'm convinced the .tel community will start celebrating as soon Telnic delivers what has been requested so many times. Perhaps we only have to wait a few years for this to happen.
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Re: When will Telnic / Telnames understand that something very important is missing?

Post by Tim Spears on Tue 23 Apr 2013, 8:55 pm

Only two things can make people wanting to buy a .tel: either offering a dialing solution together with a telco or offering an advanced website builder.
For option number 1 no partner is in sight; option 2 is too much work for the only programmer responsible for Telnic and Telnames: www.huw.tel
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Re: When will Telnic / Telnames understand that something very important is missing?

Post by silvano on Wed 24 Apr 2013, 3:01 am

I'm wondering why do people constantly ask for the ability of creating full web sites from the only domain that was not created for this purpose.

There are over 300 domains (and soon over 2000) that permit the creation of full sites.

.tel is another thing, created for another use.

When I bought my first .tel, I knew what I was buying.
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Re: When will Telnic / Telnames understand that something very important is missing?

Post by TelBlogger on Wed 24 Apr 2013, 6:28 am

silvano wrote:I'm wondering why do people constantly ask for the ability of creating full web sites from the only domain that was not created for this purpose.

There are over 300 domains (and soon over 2000) that permit the creation of full sites.

.tel is another thing, created for another use.

When I bought my first .tel, I knew what I was buying.

Can't agree with your comments. The value of the .tel extension is in the name which implies contact. But this value has to be supported with whatever the customer wants in order to use it.

Open source coding is the best way for an outfit of the calibre (lol!) of Telnic to do this.

How do I know this? Because the demand is simply not in the marketplace for the bare bones .tel extension you suggest (and which you invested in). But I bet there is market demand for the .tel with all the optional bells and whistles.
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Re: When will Telnic / Telnames understand that something very important is missing?

Post by GoTel on Wed 24 Apr 2013, 6:47 am

Sunrise wrote:Telnic sticks to the wrong assumption from 2009:
"Contact data are important for communication."
But contact data alone aren't a salable product when it comes to websites or homepages!

Elementary contact data is very difficult to find in Google. It is like trying to find a needle in a haystack. Yellow Pages is extremely successful worldwide as an intelligent place to find trusted contact data and elementary profiles, which let visitors then select which path to take for more information (website, social page, twitter page, telephone, email, etc.) without downloading and sorting through thousands of webpages. It proves by its ranking that it is used by billions of intelligent people as a directory of contact data and the place to start a search.

The only thing missing with .tel is the success that comes with a directory that is valuable to accomodate valuable elementary profiles like Telnames. Intelligent people look for key information, and then expand their search from there. A perfect example is a library.

If you throw all the books in a pile (websites) you have a disaster.

Even a small library requires a directory and organization.

A Telnames directory would be the perfect elementary contact solution.

Telpages is like taking a library full of books, tearing out all the pages, and throwing them in a pile. Like Google, it's for fools. Where a real search for elementary contact information is needed, you choose yellow pages or the like.

.tel has always had something very good going for it, its reference to the telephone. Elementary solutions like a single point of contact for your all your contact information is brilliant, they just forgot a brilliant single point of contact for everyone's single point of contact, an intelligent directory.

Even a small library requires intelligent organization, get a clue Telnic.

Telephone + Telephone Directory = Industry Success (elementary contact data)

.tel (Telnames) + .tel directory (Telnames) = industry success (elementary contact data)

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The mission is always the same, just complete it Telnic:

Communication Device (Requires) Communication Addressing (Requires) Communication Addressing Directory.

The World has the Communication Devices and the Communication Addressing, and Telnic with Telnames has Part 1 of the Communication Addressing Directory. Finish Part 2, the Telnames Directory, and actually FINISH THE MISSION !!!!!!
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Re: When will Telnic / Telnames understand that something very important is missing?

Post by Toptel on Tue 07 May 2013, 6:51 am

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Re: When will Telnic / Telnames understand that something very important is missing?

Post by mikeseaton on Tue 07 May 2013, 7:40 am

"NewYorkCity" sums up the current situation concisely:

NewYorkCity wrote:I summarize comments from this forum:

1. SEO for Telnames isn't possible, because Telnames has no subdomains.
2. Telnames can't be found on Telpages, because search results are sorted by subdomains and not by content.
3. No other directories for Telnames exist that look nice and could make websites from Telnames accessible easily.

Telnames seems to sell more and more websites, but will the buyers not start wondering why nobody can find them (and consequently not visit them) ?????

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