Why Do Americans Hate the Internet? by Andrew R. Loomis, M.D.
Domain names have long been a source of annoyance to Americans.
They have become so popular that most people don’t even know that they exist.
A 2008 survey found that only 7 percent of Americans know that a domain name is registered with the U.S. government.
But the domain transfer market has exploded over the last decade.
Today, the average price of a domain transfer is about $2 million.
It is also common for companies to transfer domain names, or domain value, to their own domains.
It’s a lucrative business.
Today more than 1,400 domain names are registered, and nearly 1,000 of them are worth more than $5 million.
These are the domains that most of us use to get things done, or share with friends and family.
It would be nice if the Internet were like this, but it’s not.
If you’re like most people, you probably have a domain that you’d like to transfer to a new company.
And you can transfer it by email, text message, and social media.
But transferring domain names can be a challenge, especially for a small company.
So here’s how to get a domain in your email inbox, and transfer it to your new company’s domain.