1 (edited by: MapleDots Aug. 08/21 8:02 am)

Follow me on Twitter

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I am now active on twitter promoting my domains, & DN.ca


Follow me if you feel so inclined....


twitter.com/mapledots

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I would say to follow me on Twitter but I don’t use it. :)

I do have FB which I barely post on but for those that want to, add me. You probably will not agree with everything I post but we do for sure have a love of .ca domains in common so it’s worth a shot. :)

The Fab 5:


Do.ca, Of.ca, No.ca, He.ca, Be.ca

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I am currently in negotiations with twitter to get @mapledots which is a suspended account.

I have @mapledotsca but I would prefer without the ca.

They asked for all kinds of company papers to show I was a real business claiming my mark.
I was able to provide all documentation so now I will have to wait and see.

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I edited the first post to show the new Twitter Handle

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Congrats Frank *THUMBSUP*

Real character is doing the right thing when nobody is watching.;)
Be sure brain is engaged before putting keyboard in gear.
Sometimes I feel like I'm in a battle of wits with unarmed opponents :)
Immortality is achieved by living a life worth remembering.

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Does it have to be a registered TM for you to be able to go after your rightful name? @MapleDots

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It helps if it is but there are ways around.



This is what I needed...

- Proof the name is used in commerce (I provided sales invoices  with logos)

- They wanted a business card (no problems)

- I showed them my personal name on the domain ownership.

- Business Letterhead

- Business Number

- Letter from the owner of the business

- Copy of Drivers license showing you are who you claim to be.


It is a lengthy process but for me it was worth the effort.

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@theinvestor

Remember our discussion waaaaaaaay back when I was running under MapleOne and was considering MapleDomains.ca but I was leaning to MapleDots.ca.

Everyone said MapleDomains was better but the .com was owned by someone else and I thought it was too generic.

Going against the grain I went with MapleDots in .ca & .com and it has served me so well over all these years.
I am instantly recognized and have had many compliments on the branding.

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MapleDots wrote:

It helps if it is but there are ways around.



This is what I needed...

- Proof the name is used in commerce (I provided sales invoices  with logos)

- They wanted a business card (no problems)

- I showed them my personal name on the domain ownership.

- Business Letterhead

- Business Number

- Letter from the owner of the business

- Copy of Drivers license showing you are who you claim to be.


It is a lengthy process but for me it was worth the effort.

I have thought about doing the same but not really worth the effort for me. Also, I don’t use Twitter/Facebook etc.

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theinvestor wrote:

I have thought about doing the same but not really worth the effort for me. Also, I don’t use Twitter/Facebook etc.

I am trying out twitter mostly to drive traffic back to here

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Keep in mind I just launched my twitter even though it shows a couple years old.

I am heavily promoting DN.ca on my newly minted @twitter.com/MapleDots handle.


Anyone with Twitter

PLEASE RETWEET THIS LINK  *BRAVO*

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I managed to snap a few suspended twitter handles now and have the system down pat.

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@GeorgeK has a great twitter lesson as well

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MapleDots wrote:

I managed to snap a few suspended twitter handles now and have the system down pat.

Interesting. Would love a tutorial if you have one