In an interview with WIPR at the INTA annual conference in San Diego, John Berard, chief executive of the Vox Populi registry, explains why the .sucks pricing is fair and how he has steered clear of pitchforks at the annual meeting.
WIPR: .sucks is arguably quite provocative, particularly at this conference. Do you see it that way?
JB: The fact of the matter is is that we’re in the middle of sunrise, and we’d be silly not to be here.
WIPR: Is the pricing too high?
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