Adii has decided to take up cybersquatting as an opportunistic money-making strategy…
As he said…
Well, firstly I figured that if Bullard had neglected to register the domains, he might come knocking on my door and Iâ€™d make a quick buck from it. But secondly, I believe that the page on those domains, will be serve as a great influx of traffic to my own blog, since everyone that Googles â€œbullogâ€ should get bullog.co.za and thebullog.co.za domains at the top of the search results.
And he as also indicated a jealousy of the scum that went and bought 100s of Super 14 rugby tickets so that they could scalp them illegally.
ilAn – you make me laugh so loud. You one of Bullardâ€™s â€œpeopleâ€ that he sent her to persuade me to sell the domain or give it away or something!? Itâ€™s a domain name bro – havenâ€™t heard of any immoral acts with a domain name, maybe with a sheep (Oz) or a cow (Boston Legal Season Two), but never a domain name.
Stop pissing about – I canâ€™t stop laughing. Youâ€™re basically saying I shouldnâ€™t but the last available tickets to the Super 14 Final this weekend, just because I know that someone else (a lot of someone elseâ€™s) wanted them as well!?
Plus I didnâ€™t only buy the domain for the POSSIBILITY of selling it to Bullard. I also bought it to take a ride on his name and reputation and get a bit more traffic to my blog.
Aargh, go back to Bullard and tell him the first tactic of discrediting my tactic didnâ€™t work.
Ridiculous… cybersquatting to sell someone his only trademark.. and then also to act like a parasite for traffic…
He has published my comment on his morality… here is my quote of him quoting me (and his response) – which is followed by my response here in this post.
This is a quote from Ilan Pillemer on that post:
Its immoral to take someoneâ€™s domain name just to sell it to them. Its ugly and not a decent way to behave.
Now I consider myself a decent guy, but
Immoral I say… Definitely… and no “buts”.