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Hello from Italy!

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  1. NameClap

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    Hello from Italy!
    I'm happy to be here :)
     
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    Not today, I've sold several co.uk in past.
    These days I deal with .com/.net/.org/.it only :)
     
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    hello there welcome to the community..;);
     
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    Welcome NameClap, di dove sei??
     
  7. NameClap

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    I'm from Italy tu?
    Piacere di conoscerti :)
     
  8. DirDn

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    welcome, im also new and i must admit, its a great site
     
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    So welcome :)
    Agree with you this is a great website!
     
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    Welcome and hello from myself .... i've been lurking around at 2am in the morning :p So I decided to join up :D
     
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    introducing eOnline

    Hello from Erik in the Pyrenees, France. I have a few online projects; several dormant websites and some profitable ones as well! Have been working on the web since the early days and use it mainly as a communication tool for more conventional businesses. My best UK domain is probably online.co.uk (among the first registered in Britain), and the worst is theprivatebanker.co.uk (considering the current markets...). Neither are really developed, and I might consider selling some time, but for now I wanted to join this forum to exchange views with likeminded about web based business concepts.....
     
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