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Domainers Magazine takes another big step in bringing the Domain Industry into the Mainstream.

Domainers Magazine Issue 5 Cover

Domainer’s Magazine, the original magazine for the domaining industry, has announced that they have partnered with to offer their magazine to a wider audience! This service sells directly to the consumer market via the internet. Offering an option to search by titles and their selected article summary content will allow clientele with an interest in the industry to find and purchase the magazine. Curious browsers who may not be informed about the business of the domaining industry can find it by simply searching by interests or keywords such as the “internet,” “domainer” or “web design” to name a few.

Additionally, reviewing the advertisers in the magazine will allow the “newbie’s” to have a list of who to turn to in the industry to assist them in starting/growing their future business. This new avenue for Domainer’s Magazine distribution has begun just shy of their one year anniversary. Owners Jerry J. Nolte, Jr. and Mike St. John believe this new outlet will give their message of the domaining industry a much longer reach.

About Domainer’s Magazine:
Domainer’s Magazine was designed to provide valuable insight and thought leadership into the domaining world. It is a first class publication and the original magazine that targets this industry which is becoming noted by some of the premier financiers of our time. Their goal is to continue to be a world class publication that is the eyes and ears of the “domainer.” It is a sister company to iMonetize.

About iMonetize: was founded in 2005 and is one of the fastest growing full service domain management, Meta-PPC optimization companies. It provides a suite of services for domain holders, expired domain speculators, registrars and web hosts to maximize revenue while accurately analyzing performance and origin. iMonetize provides the most user-friendly and detailed domain name statistics in the industry in most cases all the way down to the individual domain level.

Cynthia Nolte
Senior VP of Marketing


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