The Death of Domain Parking and the Birth of a New Vertical Web 2.0 Empire: "Why domain parking as we know it is about to come to an end… and what's next
This story is about Richard Rosenblatt, an innovator and serial entrepreneur who sold his startup iMall to Excite@Home for $565 million in 1999, and went on to broker MySpace to Rupert Murdoch's News Corp for $580 million.
He is currently the co-founder, chairman and CEO of Demand Media, the company that first caught domainers' attention when it acquired eNom and Bulk Register in May 2006.
So what has Richard been up to? For the past year or so, he has been quietly working on revolutionizing the domain industry and creating a new Web 2.0 media empire in the process."
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