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How to reach people who do already know about DNS

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How to reach people who do already know about DNS

Post by .tel on Sat 24 Aug 2013, 10:30 am

Perhaps more importantly, you need to reach the people who do already know about DNS. 
I taught several thousands of Cisco students in the last ten years, all these students understood how DNS works.
The idea is to do a .tel marketing campaign together with one of the big advance IT training companies in this area like
Fast Lane. (2013 Cisco Global Learning Partner of the Year).  http://flane.tel/ or http://fastlane.tel
campaign motto could be : “Get a free .tel domain voucher, by booking a Cisco, Netapp, VMWare, etc. class”.
Mostly all of these students were engineers and love to play with new technologies like .tel/DNS.

Based on my gathered experience these technical oriented students are not really interested in beautiful websites.
So it doesn’t matter if Telnic provide templates like Telnames do. The campaign should be focused on  : “dial your name”!
Manage the DNS entries over a user friendly web interface!  Enter your mobile/office number download an app, as long as no native dialer is available. And dial your .tel domain name. The campaign should be pointed out that data privacy is available in DNS, too.  (over the ugly Telfriends concept…grrrr)
I don’t know if Telnic is interested in such campaign, the investment should not be high. Correct me if I’m wrong, but I guess only the ICANN registration fee need to be paid.  
Telnic need to sponsor the registration fee for one year per voucher. To redeemed such voucher a registrar like name.com  or Telnames itself need to be gained as well.

BTW: I know the CEO/owner of Fast Lane and could ask him, if he would support this idea. However this makes only sense if Telnic supports this idea, too.
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Re: How to reach people who do already know about DNS

Post by TelBlogger on Sat 24 Aug 2013, 10:37 am

Waste of time until DNS is opened up. Would just result in frustrated techies rubbishing the extension.
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Re: How to reach people who do already know about DNS

Post by Mad Max on Sat 24 Aug 2013, 12:15 pm

TelBlogger wrote:Waste of time until DNS is opened up.
unfortunately telnic have done absolutely nothing during the last 2 ½ years
as long telnic think only about telnames they will not initiate new activities

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