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Silicon Valley is watching us!

Post by Alex on Fri 28 Sep 2012, 2:54 pm

Today I want to thank you all for the extended conversations on this forum.

This forum was created and will stay for the purpose of showing the average public opinion about .tel domains without any censorship.

I would be very happy if all people around the world who have an interest in .tel feel comfortable joining TelTalk.org.

Of course this forum is open for everyone, even I have doubts employees of Tenic & Telnames will join us by becoming a member soon.

But I want you to consider also the fact that our activities are being watched.

In this context it could be interesting to know that the most page views for TelTalk.org come beside others from the following places:

  • London
  • Mountain View
  • Santa Clara
  • San Jose
  • Cupertino
  • San Francisco

I won’t give any restrictions to the discussions on this forum, but perhaps you want to think about the following:

  • . tel is a great invention with an even greater potential for the future.
  • Probably most of participants on this forum have an interest in the success of .tel.
  • Sometimes development speed didn’t satisfy .tel domain owners, but as we have seen clearly this year big improvements are possible and actually they are happening.
  • Even the current state is not perfect yet; most of the forum members have been convinced to buy .tel domains during the last years.
    Surely you had your motivations for this. In the world of business you shouldn’t lose your motivation quickly if you want to succeed.
  • A product can be sold best by positive feedback.

Please draw your own conclusions from this.

Anyway I want to thank you once again for your participation (actively or passively) and I’m looking forward to a lot of interesting discussions in the future.


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Re: Silicon Valley is watching us!

Post by mikeseaton on Fri 28 Sep 2012, 4:57 pm

TelTalk wrote:In this context it could be interesting to know that the most page views for TelTalk.org come beside others from the following places:

  • London
  • Mountain View
  • Santa Clara
  • San Jose
  • Cupertino
  • San Francisco

So the above location list obviously covers Telnic/Telnames staff and a huge number of successful internet company locations !

Rock On, .Tel !

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Re: Silicon Valley is watching us!

Post by fustachio.tel on Fri 28 Sep 2012, 5:18 pm

Well they should be as every new start up that gears towards telnics/telnames territory aka contact card blah blah etc has to check out the competition, and if that's the case no doubt some of the things posted here might get incorporated into someone else's product.

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Re: Silicon Valley is watching us!

Post by Alex on Fri 28 Sep 2012, 5:28 pm

If you check the forum map, you will notice that 9 different guests located in Silicon Valley are reading this forum right in this very moment.


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Re: Silicon Valley is watching us!

Post by maxi on Sat 29 Sep 2012, 4:42 am

TelTalk wrote:I won’t give any restrictions to the discussions on this forum, but perhaps you want to think about the following:

Please draw your own conclusions from this.
"The road to hell is paved with good intentions" and "The long way begins from first step".

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Re: Silicon Valley is watching us!

Post by Moonlight on Sat 29 Sep 2012, 7:35 am

maxi wrote:"The road to hell is paved with good intentions" and "The long way begins from first step".
Your second quote is more suitable, but I like the first one even more.

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