martes, 30 de octubre de 2012

The interview with Ian Bowen-Morris starts at minute 43.
He starts with his career, tells about the challenges at, the product Telnames is offering, the differences of .tel to other domain extensions and the competition and differences compared to Yellow Pages.
He is especially very pleased to have cracked online self-service for small businesses and the long-tail of small businesses Telnames is attracting.
He continues about how Telnames attract new customers and future activities like entering all English speaking areas and the European market in 2013 and upcoming apps for interaction with Telnames.
He points out the market shift to mobiles and finishes with how easy it is to integrate customer videos into Telnames.
Nice job!

Go West – Focus on Bristol

Telnames has launched its first ever radio advertising campaign and is proud to be debuting its new ad spots across the city of Bristol right now.
With a strong university base and a global reputation as a hub for innovative start-ups, Bristol has long been associated with the very best that new technology can offer, so it’s an appropriate launch pad for Telnames’s inaugural radio campaign, as we bring the message “go mobile in minutes” to small businesses across the UK.  Over the next few weeks, listeners to Bristol station Heart FM will be able to hear how Telnames .tel websites are boosting business for local boiler specialists Combiline, beauty salon Aura Hair and Beauty and decorating services firm Scott Feltham.
You can listen to our radio advertisements in full using the links below, and we’ll be posting customer stories on all the featured Telnames .tel owners over the coming days.  If you’re a Bristol-based business and want to tell your Telnames story, we’d love to hear from you.  Here are all the ways you can get in touch with us:
Telnames – 30 second advert
Telnames – recap
Aura Hair and Beauty
Scott Feltham
Bristol in bitesize facts
  • Population of 428,100 – the largest city in the South West
  • 7th largest city in England outside of London and one of England’s eight ‘Core Cities’
  • Green Capital, the UK’s first Cycling City, and also a Fairtrade City
  • Home to 17,500 businesses, including Airbus (UK), Rolls-Royce, BBC, Hewlett Packard, Toshiba Research Europe and Orange
  • More than a third of UK-owned FTSE 100 companies have a presence in the Bristol area
  • Birthplace of Ribena, Wallace and Gromit, the Plimsoll Line, Tarmac, Concorde, Schweppes and the motorbike sidecar
  • Over 25% of the world’s natural history films are made in Bristol, most of these at the BBC’s Natural History Unit
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Ver el tiempo en un dominio .tel

Weather Widget for .tel domain - First of its kind

The .tel has the power to accommodate lot of new ideas. However, they are developed within the available options for developers. A  sample weather widget we created for .tel domains is available here at

Above are two screenshots of the weather widget we have provided for We can provide similar weather widgets for any geo position in the USA at present. Weather forecasts for other cities/towns anywhere in the world can be provided on any .tel page as shown above.

If you have a geo domain, then you may allocate a separate tel page (there 3000 tel pages or sub domains that comes with every .tel domain) dedicated for weather forecast.

Similar widgets for Stock market quotes, Forex rates, Auction updates, Bargain Sales, Lottery results etc can be designed and displayed on any .tel page.

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jueves, 25 de octubre de 2012

miércoles, 24 de octubre de 2012

The power of personal branding – an interview with Thomas Power

If you maintain a professional online profile – such as a LinkedIn page – or if you’ve done any business networking on the web, the chances are that you’ve come across the name Thomas Power. A renowned author, speaker and C-level gun-for-hire, Thomas has worked in the technology industry for over 30 years and, true to his name, is widely known as a power networker extraordinaire. With his wife Penny Power, Thomas was a founder of business networking website Ecademy, and is now focused on what he describes as “internet business development” – helping CEOs and business owners to harness the latest social media platforms and online tools to grow their business. With a reputation as an early adopter and a passion for the latest and greatest online technologies, Thomas – of course – has a Telnames .tel profile, so we spoke to him about his work and asked for his thoughts on his. tel as a business tool…
Tell us about what you’re working on right now…
We sold our business networking website Ecademy in July of this year, which is actually our third successful exit as business owners. I now sit on half a dozen boards as a non-executive director, chairman or as an investor. Penny has a new group of companies focused on the education sector and the youth unemployed, so we’re already reinvesting our money in other companies.
How much time do you spend managing your social media presence?
It never ends. Everyone knows that I try every system until I get bored with it. Right now, all of my time is being spent on Google+. If you roll forward another five of six years, I think Google+ will be dominant. I think its success will mainly be down to the clever integration with elements such as Gmail, which is delivering major benefits for my personal productivity. It really is light years ahead of any other platform out there. And the more effort you put into Google+, the better your search results and served adverts get, so it’s a very powerful system. I also currently have a big focus on cloud computing, since this is the largest driver of the next draft of new businesses being born in Silicon Valley.
In terms of social media in general, I’ve worked hard over the years to maintain a major online presence. I’m a member of 700 networks, I currently have 80,000 followers on Twitter, I’m number one in the world on LinkedIn, I have more than 30,000 followers on Google+, and I manage a massive email database of 45,000. As a result, my online “authority” is well-ranked, with a high Klout score, Kred score and Peer Index score. So, as you can see, I’m a hugely active networker. This isn’t about ego or online “status” though – I invest the time to learn how all these systems work so that I can advise directors and the boards that I sit on. As a former plc director, I empathise with how difficult it is to run a company and keep up with constantly evolving technology. So I try to position myself as a digital non-executive director, a companion for the CEOs as they climb up Mount Everest. I’m trying to be the porter – the one who carries the bags and cooks your food and pitches your tent up when you’re scaling the mountain.
I’m always looking at new technology and when Ian Bowen-Morris [Telnames’ Chief Marketing Officer] showed me Telnames, I was immediately interested.
What drew you to Telnames?
Firstly, I love HTML5 because it saves you the burden of having to develop an iPhone app, an Android app, and a Windows app – you just create one version and it works seamlessly across all the platforms. The implementation by Telnames is excellent, including your Twitter details, Facebook page and YouTube videos. So, I was really keen to set up It looks terrific, many people have commented on it, and contacts are already phoning me on my mobile straight from my Telnames .tel profile, which is perfect. It’s just a really convenient mobile profile and keeps everything in a single location. It’s useful for anyone who wants to contact me on the move and, because it’s a top-level domain name, Google indexes it within 24 hours. That’s really significant. I’ve also added to my Twitter profile – it’s such a neat user experience when you click through especially for mobile Twitter users. Now I’m looking to include my .tel in all my online profiles.
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What type of businesses and professionals would benefit from a .tel?
The Telnames .tel product is a simple, clean mobile profile without all the complicated interaction of “likes” and comments. It’s totally functional and so it’s a perfect entry point for having an online presence – it works well for businesses taking a first step online as well as those that have a website but realise it doesn’t display nicely on mobile phones. Also, from a personal point of view, we all do many different things and have many part-time jobs, so having a single profile for your own “brand” – your name – is key, in fact an important part of managing your online reputation. I’ve built my personal Thomas Power brand online over 15 years, so having my own .tel is a natural step for me.
It’s a simple to use yet very effective product, so I think it has very wide application for businesses and individuals looking to get noticed online. It looks great on iPhone, Android, and Blackberry. When I show it to people they invariably say “That’s cool, what’s that called?”. And I’m happy to tell them it’s my .tel name, my smart digital profile.
You can find Thomas online at and, of course, at And don’t forget to secure your personal .tel name here. Personal brand building starts here!

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The Team at Telnames We’re delighted to be winners of the Innovation Challenge
 by the EIDQ, the Association for the Directory Information and Related 
Search Industry in Europe when we presented at their conference in 
London this week

We’re delighted to be winners of the Innovation Challenge by the EIDQ, the Association for the Directory Information and Related Search Industry in Europe when we presented at their conference in London this week

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jueves, 18 de octubre de 2012

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We are pleased to announce that we will be providing open source scripts (php5.3 + MySQL + JQuery + JQuery Mobile) similar to that of TELcpV3+ in one bundle or in modules (i.e. 1.Manage Records 2.Manage Ads etc).

These will be in the form of web applications that can be hosted in most of the hosting companies in the world.
Also you will be able to host them in your own computer (We will explain you how to do this, including how to install a self signed SSL certificate in your own computer which will enable you to maintain a secure connection to the CTH).
However, these apps will not require OAuth, and will be limited to manage your own .tel domains only (as they will be using your own log in credentials)

If successful, we will work on FREE iphone, android apps too.

Please stay tuned or send pm if you wish to be inform back to you by pm.
Also follow us on twitter just to make sure that you will not be missing the launching date etc.

Hoping to start this very soon.

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