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ProfitName: World’s cheapest domain names? #ad

ProfitName lets you get paid every time someone registers a domain through your service. Buying domain names from a big registrar like GoDaddy or Namecheap can be a headache; we have done it many times and know from experience that there are many upsells that you will probably turn down. Also, their first year prices are often raised in the following years so you will pay more when renewing your domain a year later. It’s big business for them because there are over 350 Million active domain subscriptions being renewed each year. This is a big business, yes, and now you can now participate... [...]

DomainGPT: Leverage AI To Find Rare Domains to Sell Profitably #ad

The Mosh Bari team is launching DomainGPT today. It’s different from any service we have seen before. This new software lets you set up a complete domain name registration and sales business: ➤ In just minutes ➤ With no tech skills ➤ With no additional upfront cost ➤ With very low ongoing costs ➤ With Minimal time involvement ➤ For only $15 (but the price will be rising) DomainGPT has been proven to work well by 100 beta testers. According to Mosh Bari, all 100 earned income the first day they turned on their domain business. Professional hosting for your business is included. DomainGPT... [...]

How to Buy a Domain Name [Guide]

Quick Sprout’s Lars Lofgren has published two useful guides titled ‘How to Buy a Domain Name’ and ‘The Best Domain Registrar’ to help you make the right choice while registering a new domain. He says, “Buying a domain name is about as easy as ordering food online. Finding a good domain is much harder. Don’t just register whatever domain name is available and call it a day. That’s a big mistake. In this guide, I want to walk you through my process for buying a domain name, starting with how I go about coming up with a name in the first place.” Please... [...]

How to Increase Domain Rating (Website Authority) [Video]

The domain authority of a website describes its relevance for a specific subject area or industry. Search engines assess domain authority through automated analytic algorithms. If your domain matches with the subject, your prospects for ranking become high. Ahrefs has published a new video ‘How to Increase Domain Rating (Website Authority)’ featuring Sam Oh to help you build your domain rating. Joshua Hardwick says, “Are you looking to increase your website’s authority? Focus on these three core factors to improve your site authority in a meaningful way. Remember: the score... [...]

Checklist for buying a pre-owned domain

You need to think twice before buying a pre-owned domain. Search Engine Land’s Stephanie LeVonne has shared a list of ten things you should check before buying one. LeVonne says, “Acquiring a pre-owned domain can have a drastic impact on your SEO efforts, so it is important to approach such a purchase with caution. It is recommended that you do your due diligence — it’s not uncommon for a domain name to have changed hands many times, and just like buying a used car, it’s often difficult to get the full history. While examining the SERPs and scanning for any spammy links may... [...]

Ultra Domain Source for your domain networks #ad

Jason Duke has been buying domain names and then building sites for quite a while, now. He uses them for other purposes, but primarily he turns them into Private Blog Networks. He finds these available domain names for PBNs at what he calls his Ultra Domain Source for PBNs. The reason he likes this source is two-fold: 1. There’s no competition to speak of, so the cost to acquire the domain name is very low. 2. The quality of these domain names is quite high; “amazing” is the word he uses. He is confident you will be more than satisfied with his information because: • This will... [...]

‘US Marketers Skeptical of New Website Domain Extensions’ – ‘MarketingProfs’ Blog

Ayaz Nanji says, “US marketers are more skeptical about the launch of new domain name extensions—such as .NYC and .music—than other US business professionals and marketers in other countries, according to recent research from Sedo. Some 74% of US marketers say the plan to add hundreds (or even thousands) of new generic top-level domains (gTLDs) will make the Internet more confusing, the survey of 1,150 business professionals from the United States, the United Kingdom, China, and Germany found. Only 50% of total US respondents and 43% of all respondents globally agree with that sentiment. Moreover,... [...]

Instant Domain Sniper finds top expired domain names #ad

At 11:00 EDT, Richard Fairbairn releases his new domain name research software, Instant Domain Sniper. It researches expired domain names in seconds. Infact, Fairbairn says that what would take you 20 hours to do manually, it will do in 20 seconds. Expired domains can be a big boost to your websites. The search engines already know them, and some of them already have lots of backlinks, which can bring you instant traffic. Instant Domain Sniper will help you find the expired domain names that are ready to be bought for a small domain registration fee, and it will find the ones with the best potential. And... [...]

‘New Internet Domain Extensions: Don’t Get Blinded by the Sunrise or Run Over by the Landrush’ – ‘MarketingProfs’ Blog

The latest article on ‘MarketingProfs’ is titled “New Internet Domain Extensions: Don’t Get Blinded by the Sunrise or Run Over by the Landrush”. Kathy Nielsen says, “2014 is going to be a landmark year for the Internet as the oldest and most basic form of user online navigation gets a major overhaul. The domain names that marketers and end users have relied on since the Internet’s inception—extensions like .com, .net, and .org—will no longer be the only game in town. New generic top-level domains (gTLDs), including extensions such as .app, .sports, .club, .healthcare... [...]

Domain.Com selling 100 .ORG domain names for $.99

As a promotional stunt, daily, the site gives 100 people a chance to buy a .ORG for just 99 cents. They are only revealing this opportunity to hundreds of thousands of their closest friends, so you chance of getting one is on the order, say, of 1 in a million. If you want to try to get one, follow them on Twitter, here: : @DomainDotCom Ignoring the stunt, regular prices are pretty good. You can see what they offer here: Domain.Com Domain Names If you buy from this link, IM NewsWatch may receive a commission.  [...]

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