It seems every time we think we’ve covered how a better domain can help, we discover more!
A recent Entrepreneur.com article went into how your brand name can affect the prices you can charge, specifically looking at hotel vs. motel as an example. Besides the online equivalent (hotel in a domain vs. motel in a domain), domains affecting pricing gets more complicated than simply word choice. Read the rest of this entry »
We are now offering 10 catchy short brandable domains for sale, complete with custom-made logos, for heavily discounted prices! Read the rest of this entry »
It’s hard to know how different sales avenues work for you until you try them. At the very least though, you should know exactly how they help you sell your domain.
We’ve previously discussed GoDaddy Premium Listings, which we recommend for selling your domains if they are registered on GoDaddy. If your domains aren’t registered on GoDaddy, then listing them in Afternic or Sedo will include them in GoDaddy Auctions, which is GoDaddy’s robust sales platform. Read the rest of this entry »
We recently posted about new TLDs vs. .com with regards to search rankings indicating that new TLDs will generally not outrank .com domains in Google or other search engines. It appears Google is in agreement with us.
“Print is dead.”
You may have heard this statement at some point in the past couple decades with the rise of computers and the internet. In truth, published books, magazines and newspapers are still alive but appear to be on their last legs. Between computers and now e-readers and tablets, more and more people are opting to read digital print.
Many top publications are now shifting their focus to their web presences for that reason. With the shift of print towards digital, advertisers are shifting there too. You might think that some of the most traditional publications can still weather the storm and stay on paper, but yesterday’s big news indicates otherwise. Read the rest of this entry »
With new TLDs coming soon and the whole process and launch being unprecedented, some people have high expectations for them.
Blogger Adrian Kinderis of ARI Registry Services proclaimed that new TLDs will give .com a run for its money in Google rankings. While this is a stance we disagree with, there were some true points made. Read the rest of this entry »
If you’re getting exact match domains for SEO purposes, you should understand there’s more to consider than just the numbers.
The tendency is to look solely at whether the domain matches a phrase with a high amount of monthly searches and/or high cost-per-click on ads targeting the phrase. While the numbers are obviously very important in telling you whether a phrase is lucrative or not, good numbers don’t always make a good exact match name. Read the rest of this entry »
Today there were reports released from both NetCraft regarding number of websites online and Verisign regarding number of domains online. As if it wasn’t apparent already, they show that the web keeps growing at an amazing rate.
According to the NetCraft report, as of March 2012 there are 644,275,754 websites online. This takes into account domains with multiple sites such as WordPress.com and BlogSpot.com. The total represents a growth of 5.1% since just last month and believe it or not, over 100% from March 2011 when their report indicated 298,002,705 sites. Read the rest of this entry »