Eric Borgos was profiled by Smart Branding
Eric Borgos was interviewed by Andrew Allemann on the Domain Name Wire Podcast about his domain names sales and Internet business ventures.
The Domain Tips blog wrote a posting named Eric Borgos Is Awesome
Eric Borgos was interviewed on the dnselect.com blog about the sale of Weights.com
Eric Borgos was picked by Shane Cultra (DomainShane.com) to be one of the “two favorite domain/buildout/entrepreneur guys in the industry”.
Eric Borgos/StuffOnMyCat.com featured in the UK newspaper The Daily Mail
Eric’s blog posting about having a paperless life was reposted at
Eric was nominated for Domainer of The Year in the 2013 T.R.A.F.F.I.C. Awards
One of Eric’s blog postings was featured on Domain Name Wire.
Eric’s blog was picked as one of Jason Thompson’s favorite domainer blogs of 2013
Eric Borgos was interviewed by the RobbiesBlog.com about domain names. Click Here to read the interview.
One of Eric’s blog postings was featured on Jason Thompson’s blog:
Eric Borgos was interviewed by the DomainSherpa about his domain name business. Click Here to watch the interview.
Eric was featured on the Help Me Get Rich Blog:
GetBoyfriends.com was mentioned in this article:
Eric Borgos was interviewed by the MO.com blog about how he runs Impulse Communications. Click Here to read the interview.
Eric Borgos was interviewed by the DomainNoob.com blog. Click Here to listen to the interview online.
The ImpulseCorp.com blog is listed as one of the top 100 domaining blogs at DomainSuperstar.com
Eric Borgos gives advice on Elliot’s Blog about what a part-time domain investor should do to build his or her business.
Eric Borgos was interviewed by Michael Dunlop for a series of interviews about Internet Entrepreneurs in his Income Diary blog. Click Here to read the interview.
Our websites are mentioned several times in various articles on the domain blog Fusible.com:
Eric Borgos: The Other Domain King, 9000+ Domains, 200+ Websites, Millions in Revenue, Started in 1995, And More
Every Domainer Wants to Make it Rich, How did Eric Borgos get MILLIONS? Bored.com, Dumb.com and More
Through Bored.com’s Network, Eric Borgos made MILLIONS, can you do the same? We’re giving it a shot
Eric Borgos who sold Bored.com for $4 Million Shares His Experience with Domaining Partnerships
Domain Development: Big Projects are Happening with some of the Big Time Domainers
Revealing Look at Eric Borgos, his NameShopping.com Makeover & Hundreds of his Recent Sales
January – Impulse Communications, Inc. sells Bored.com and 170 related sites for $4.5 million, and reorganizes as a new corporation also named Impulse Communications, Inc. Click Here to read the press release.
News article from ABCNews.com mentions confessions.net.
AdoptMe.com mentioned in an MSN Tech & Gadgets article – “Gift-giver’s Guide to Free Stuff on the Web”
Bored.com and StareGame.com mentioned in March 26th Bismarck Tribune article.
SlangSite.com is part of a Florida Today article. Eric Borgos contributes by commenting on the MTV slang that a Pastor uses to entice attendants.
Eric Borgos participates in a discussion about fads on the public radio show Yesterday Today and Tomorrow. Click here to listen to the interview.
“Toby” the infamous internet bunny saved by Impulse Communications, Inc.. Read more here
RadioLovers.com mentioned in the San Francisco Chronicle.
Eric Borgos interviewed about TalkBackwards.com on the Maxim channel (108) on Sirius Satellite Radio at 3pm Eastern time on January 11th. No audio clip is available.
Radio interview with Lisa Alexander of KDKA News Radio for her Pittsburgh Weekly show, about the topic of backmasking and how TalkBackwards.com can be used for that.
TalkBackwards.com mentioned in the Wall Street Journal
Bored.com mentioned as a top 10 site in London Times
Bored.com, FindThoughts.com, and IdiomSite.com mentioned in this Student Life article.
RadioLovers.com mentioned in Popular Science Magazine
CheapFlowers.com mentioned in Reader’s Digest
WallStreetPros.com mentioned in GrowFolio Magazine
Bored.com mentioned in Red Herring Magazine.
December 2004 – Bored.com article in the Seattle PI
September 2004 – RadioLovers.com selected as USAToday.com Hot Site
July 2004 – OldSuperstitions.com selected as USAToday.com Hot Site
April 2004 – RealityShows.com selected as USAToday.com Hot Site
October 2003 – Impulse Communications Named To Inc. 500 List
July 2003 – OxymoronList.com selected as USAToday.com Hot Site
July 2003 – GoodQuotes.com selected as USAToday.com Hot Site
June 2003 – PlayMash.com selected as USAToday.com Hot Site
June 2003 – WhichIsWorse.com selected as USAToday.com Hot Site
June 2003- RadioLovers.com selected as USAToday.com Hot Site
February 2003 – RadioLovers.com selected as TechTV’s Cat’s Clicks
December 2002 – FreakyDreams.com selected as Cool Site of the Day at AskMen.com
September 2002 – IdiomSite.com selected as USAToday.com Hot Site
August 2002 – PalindromeList.com selected as USAToday.com Hot Site
February 2002 – JigsawLand.com selected as USAToday.com Hot Site
January 2002 – Need distraction? Get bored (Bored.com) article on DM Online
2001 and Older
November 2001 – KiwiBox.com interview with Eric Borgos.
February 2000 – Findcash.com was featured on the national TV show “EXTRA”.
July 1999 – Direct Mag interviewed Eric Borgos to discuss affiliate marketing
February 16, 1998 – The Wall Street Journal Online – On-Line Stores Lure Customers Through Reciprocal Relationships
Impulse Communications’ web sites have also been featured in on MSNBC.COM, Yahoo! Magazine, Internet Underground Magazine, and The UK Telegraph.
August 9, 2005
Impulse Communications, Inc. announces the acquisition of over $100,000
worth of websites over the past 30 days:
Monopets.com, AimFamous.com, Kiropets.com, RapForums.com, RapMusicForum.com, Freeformmaker.com, Flashcare.com, Boredmuch.com, MindFake.com, MyLittleFairy.com, Youbeenx.com, Likeomgz.com, I-Newswire.com, Moved.in, Pro-Board.com, HipHopGrams.com, Vcheats.com, Gamersgrave.com, DumbVideos.com, GetBlogs.com, ENfreaks.com, CashPosting.com, BizarreBids.com, TemplateTopsite.com, BlogTics.com, and IndieGarage.com
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