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Sep 15, 2000
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With a Sigh of Relief, WebNet-Marketing Becomes QFactor

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Insiders at interactive agency WebNet Marketing admitted to us they were being killed -- not by the competition but by the dash in their domain name ( Some guy in Michigan already owned the dash-free version, so WebNet made do. But loads of people couldn't find their site and email was always going astray. Not anymore, after shelling out a reportedly six-figure sum, WebNet's just been renamed QFactor. And yes they own every possible version of the domain name (including

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