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How about the simple approach ?

Post by Telnic on Tue 30 Dec 2014, 6:16 pm

telrific04-20-2012 06:23 PM




How about the simple approach ?
 
While most Individuals do not have their own website, and do not choose to have one,
almost ALL Businesses and Individuals use and appreciate an Internet tool that has forever 
changed the way that we ALL communicate today.

That tool is of course Email, and an Email Address is something that is "owned" by all.

Rather than trying to push .TEL as everything that we have so far, why not just coin the phrase 
that is as simple as the Email Address, so that .TEL is appreciated for exactly what it is ? 

This way we can show for a FACT how the value of .TEL is more.

Let's make this the household term ...



Blunderer04-20-2012 08:43 PM




You have my 100% support for that message

telrific04-21-2012 02:36 AM




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Originally Posted by Blunderer (Post 22462)
You have my 100% support for that message


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Thanks ! It's just such an obvious approach to everything that we're all trying to do.

Almost everywhere we go someone is asking for our "email address".

.TEL has always used phrases like "one address for life" or "single point of contact", etc., but these are definitions.

Things tend to catch on when they become a "term", and .TEL isn't the "catching term".

TEL is a term for telephone, so many are confused, and unappreciative of what it really is in a ".com world" as new technology.

Spread the right term, the obvious term, and now .TEL is the leader as a 
participating provider of this "email address" approach known as a "master address".

May sound a bit different, but ask someone what their "master address" is.

They may say something like, "Do you mean my email address ?"

"No, your master address. Don't you know what that is ? Mine is xyz.tel"

Now suddenly we're getting somewhere because they will need to "catch up" with the new phrase as an individual "owner" of the term.

.TEL won't be the only choice, but it will certainly the best choice for the term !

It's just the perfect way to get participation of personally owned .TEL addresses widespread.

Critical mass can come with this term, it really can, spread it around and see.

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telrific04-21-2012 06:54 AM




I think that with all that is available today versus 2009, the initial thoughts on .TEL may be realized again, here were some thoughts from the past:

http://www.sitepoint.com/forums/show...ou-getting-one

Push .TEL as a "master address" with Telpages and it can be very good.

See again how the Global Directory was a key component of the excitement ?

With "master address" terminology and the .TEL / TelPages superiority; Now you're talking ...


telrific04-21-2012 08:04 AM




Here was George Moen's take back then:

http://www.georgemoen.com/why-i-boug...ill-get-yours/

His "Email tool to A-Hah moment" was the realization of the "master address" power of .TEL

Perfect example just found to substantiate the "master address" term as valuable.


telrific04-22-2012 05:39 AM




Quote:



Originally Posted by Blunderer (Post 22462)
You have my 100% support for that message


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Have received alot of support via pm as well.

Looks like this is a validated term publicly.

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Blunderer04-22-2012 02:09 PM




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Originally Posted by telrific (Post 22530)
Have received alot of support via pm as well.

Looks like this is a validated term publicly.




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As long as it's not Validate the Impaler :D[/size]

telrific04-22-2012 02:13 PM




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Originally Posted by Blunderer (Post 22551)
As long as it's not Validate the Impaler


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Good one ! Let's hope we can get it impaled on people's brains like:

email address
website address
physical address
street address .....

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