Thursday, July 23, 2009

--Domain Names As investment Hedge in Financial Crisis--

I just read an excellent article by Mike Foil that depicts perfectly why you should be investing in domain names right now.

The article amongst other things list several reasons why domain names are a safe bet at the moment:
1. Domains are a global commodity. The Internet is not a singular institution, country or entity that can fail. It has a growing yet solidified place in a globalized future.
2. Domain names are not based in debt and actually benefit from economic downturns and instability.
3. Unlike Lehman Brothers or Mac and Mae, the Internet is not going anywhere but up – especially with the next item as consideration.
4. Energy issues/prices and depleted discretionary income will drive more usage of the Internet as entertainment, news source, global connective, savings source.
5. The normal ‘hedge’ in these times is ‘gold’ but at nearly $900 per ounce, it is a prohibitive investment vehicle. And note, during the Great Depression, the government seized precious metals from its citizenry.

To read the rest of the article, go here


--Turns Your Domain Into Commission Earnig machine--

If, like myself, you have a lot of domain names with a lot of potential simply not making what you think they should be making in parking revenue perhaps you should think hard about diversifying your monetization schemes?

I am not talking about just premium domain names – obviously we are not all Rick Schwartz with his’s and his’s – I am talking about your run of the mill, keyword rich domain names too.

I rarely get excited about online products with huge sales letters simply because they are usually a lot of fluff with very little end result. This is why you don’t see me promoting too many products on here – I don’t want to promote something that I haven’t tried and that I can’t vouch for.

This is why I thought I would take the time and write about Brian Johnson’s new product – it’s simply too good not to talk about – and it gets guaranteed results – it will improve your domains’ revenue stream!

If you don’t know about Brian Johnson – he is a guy making thousands of dollars weekly in affiliate sales and commissions, week in, week out – and he has been doing it for years. He has successfully promoted everything from pet food to domain parking products, from website hosting packages to food recipes.

Many people – and a lot of domainers – are guilty of being too narrow-minded when it comes to revenue streams for their domain names. I’ll admit it, up until recently I was the same, I only trusted domain parking revenue and complete website development. This is starting to change though, thanks to Brian in part. There is a whole boatload of potential behind affiliate marketing that I can’t believe more domainers are not taking an advantage of.

So what m i Talking about:

Brian has just released his Commission Ritual his entire blueprint to how he makes money with his keyword rich domain names selling affiliate products and making commissions along the way. He tells it all, step by step in a simple and easy to follow system.

This is not one of those products that promises much and delivers squat – it is a system guaranteed to work that takes you step by step from a keyword rich domain name in any niche you choose, to continuous, weekly revenue.

The package includes a 130 page core training manual, over 90 tutorial videos and a whole host of bonus stuff that you can use to improve your domain name’s revenue stream.

By following his step by step system, you will go from an underutilized domain name with unsatisfactory revenue to a valuable commodity with weekly, continuous revenue.

So, what’s the catch? There is no catch, but you have to hurry as the crazy guy is letting folks try the system out for just $4.95 for a 7 day period with a 60 day money back guaranteed.

Go try it here


Good domain name Grow

Good Domain Name Grow Scarcs.:

Most of the good,short words you would for marketing a great domain anme are already taken Eli Mltman has been naming things for most of his life. At age 6, he helped his father, Danyy Altman , the founder of the named 400 companies and brands since andd joined his dad's business in 2002.
With the rise of the internet, names made of words that mean something like apple computer, went out of favor.
Eceryone wants these shorts , catchy names, "says Altman
Web addresses are cheap== less than 10 $ a year in most cases-- and trillion of them are still available . The problems is that short , prounceable names ending with the extension are increasingly rare. All the normal words in spoken english are taken ,:Altman says.

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Information taken from WWW.DOMAINNEWS.COM

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

10 good tips before u buy an Expired Domain

So friends, Here are a couple of tips befor to buy an expired domain, maybe it can help you.

No 1:
firstly check out the real backline, for example if you make a Google Link ;, May be Google shoot 43434 backlink, you will say great.But before saying something.. I high recommend visit some backlinks to check if the domain is. As you know Google does not update daily the backlinks. To make it easy open Firefox browser go to --edit- See source code, then search the domain --in forex Ctrl+f--, This process save time..f the domain name is not more in the backlinks website, in the next google Pr update the domain will lose the power

No 2-
Check out if the domain is in yahoo, this can help a lot. If the domain is in yahoo directory than you are saving money USD 300/yearly.

Check out if the domain is in Dmoz directory, here you will save time.

No 4-
You can use Internet Archive to check the old design, content etc.

No 5-
Rmember, if the domain keep the backlinks, the domain will keep the Pr, --Seep Step 10--

No 6-
Remember the process to buy an expired domain can take time, maybe one month or more.This is time to build your next webste with a god design. No more directories, Lol Joke..

No 7-
Check out if the domain has gov, edu backlinks.Help a lot..

No 8-
Before buy a domain,check out the hstory, I saw many good Pr, but really i did not like the domain history, for example personal Gov domains, etc really we wonn't to have problem in the future, right? use internet archive.

No 9-
If you find a travel related domain, try to create a travel related site, as i can saw there are many people building websites with expired domain not related the old content, for example, domain wth name savemytree with new content with travel related. The best way for savemytree is create a website talking about trees, flowers, etc..

No 10-
Keep working in your expired domains as a new domain. adding content , link building, etc etc, check out a resource list to promote a website.

If you find out an expired domain with traffic you can use t to redirect traffic to your new domain.

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Employment Domain for sale

Contact for more information FOR SALE Advanced Manufacturing Jobs FOR SALE Derivatives Trading Jobs FOR SALE Entry Level Engineer Jobs FOR SALE Find a Government Job

G FOR SALE Government Employers FOR SALE Government Employment Agencies FOR SALE Government Employment Agency FOR SALE Government Employment Center FOR SALE Government Employment Centers FOR SALE Government Job Fairs FOR SALE Government Job Forum FOR SALE Government Resume Writers FOR SALE Government Resume Writing

J FOR SALE Job Retraining Center FOR SALE Job Retraining Centers FOR SALE Job Retraining Program FOR SALE JoJob Retraining Programs FOR SALE Job Retraining Seminar FOR SALE Job Retraining Seminars FOR SALE Job Training Loans FOR SALE Job Training Seminar FOR SALE Job Training Seminars

K FOR SALE Knowledge Based Jobs

L FOR SALE Low Voltage Electrician FOR SALE Low Voltage Electrician Jobs FOR SALE Low Voltage Electricians

M FOR SALE Mall Guard FOR SALE Mall Guards FOR SALE Mall Security Guard FOR SALE Mall Security Guards FOR SALE Mall Security Jobs

R FOR SALE Retraining Centers FOR SALE Retraining Program FOR SALE Retraining Programs FOR SALE Retraining Seminar FOR SALE Retraining Seminars

W FOR SALE Work Training Center FOR SALE Work Training Centers FOR SALE Work Training Program FOR SALE Work Training Programs

List of traffic domain for sale

A $4995 Anti Collision Radar $1995 Auto Self Storage $2995 Avoid Accidents Who wants these names? BMW? Volvo? Lexus?

B $495 Bourne Traffic

C $995 Cape Traffic $2995 Caradar Collision Avoidance Radar, Car Radar, CAnada Radar or CAlifornia Radar $1995 Canada Traffic

F FOR SALE Figure 8 Race FOR SALE Figure 8 Races FOR SALE Figure Eight Race FOR SALE Figure Eight Races FOR SALE Figure Eight Racin

L $995 Land Traffic

M $995 Mexico Traffic FOR SALE Micro Compact Cars FOR SALE Microcompacts FOR SALE Mini Compact Cars

Q FOR SALE Quietrac - Potential brand name for location tracking or automotive feature. FOR SALE Quietrax - Buy both. Use one and protect the other. FOR SALE Quiet Track

S $995 Sagamore Flyover - Most comprehensive Flyover site available FOR SALE Securide Secure Ride FOR SALE Silentrac - Another great brand name for tracking or automotive use FOR SALE Silentrack - Buy all three. Use one and protect the others. FOR SALE Silentrax - VERY catchy! $4995 Smart Dash $4995 Smart Dashboard $2995 Supercompacts

U $1995 Ultra Compact Cars $2995 Ultracompacts

Monday, July 13, 2009


Now a days the reach of the domain industry has been getting broader, quietly.As you will see below, i have been making a list of Major international corporations buying, developing and aggressively marketing domain names that do not mention their brand name. These domains are owend by the corporations or the marketing agencies that they utilize for their advertising campaigns or the marketing agencies that they utilize for their advertising campaigns.

I find this development to be very intresting and especially encouraging for domain entrepreneurs holding a large and diverse portfolio of domains.

The purchase, development and marketing of non-brand domain names to promote an existing, nationally known brand names is a cutting edge marketing idea. This method gives ad agencies and brands the ability to monitor traffic to the non branded website allowing them to better track their campagns. Als develpers and marketing agencies do not need access to the corporate or main brand site for development and statistics.

These are the list of recent national marketing featuring CREATIVE DOMAIN MARKETNG.

1- 21st century insurance-
2- A&E
3- ABC
4- ABC
5- ABC
6- AD council
7- AD council
8- AD council
9- Amercan Egg Board
10-American Hear Asociation superbowl ad)
11-American Express
12-American Express
13-American Express
14-American Express
15-American Express
16-American Express
17-American Express
18-American Express
25-Aubuchon Hardware
29-Banana republic
31- Bayer
32-Bames and noble
38-Bridge stone
39-Bridge stone
41-Calvin klein
42-Campbell's soup
45-Descovery channel-
46-Dish network
47-Dunkin donuts
51-General Electric
52-General mills
53-General motors
54-Georgia pacific
56-Glaxo smithkline
57-H&R block
58-Hilton hotels
59-History channel
62-In demand
63-Jack in the box
64-Jc penny
65-Jhonson and jhonson
69-Land rover
71-Macneil Automative
76-Miller Beer
77-Mission pharmacal
78-Mutual of america
84-Office depot
88-Phillip morris
94-Taco bell

Friday, July 10, 2009

Overcome the Nightmare of Godaddy Domain Registraton Process


The other day, I had to put my computer on drips after a nightmare domain registration process on By the way, the registration was not for me, but for a friend of mine. I personally would never consider Godaddy for any of my transactions. Anyone ever buying something from the Godaddy website would recall wading through half an hour of “knee deep promotional sh*t” just to buy a simple product. And yeah, don’t be surprised by their cover girls; Godaddy’s motto “Supermodels over service” sums it all up.

It may take a genius to figure out how Godaddy works, therefore, I came up with this blog post to guide newbies on how to go about registering a domain name at, without the extras that come with the promotion on every page of the registration and checkout process.

The registration process


go to the registration page. Fill in the details, taking notice not to opt for their email promotions, unless you wanna be bombarded with loads of junk in your inbox.

Next click on the home link, and start a domain name search. Next page will display whether your name choice is available and in what extensions. Godaddy is lame in its choice of domain extensions they offer, nevertheless, you can choose domain names from any of the major TLDs.

Unless you want to buy more products, such as multiple TLD registrations and web hosting, you should avoid all the pages upon pages of promotion. Just click “Proceed to Checkout”. You can still expect some advertising here too, just ignore them by clicking “No thanks. Continue to checkout”.

The next page, “Registration and Checkout Options” is a bit tricky…of course, its their way to victimize unsuspecting individuals. Just don’t click “Continue” on this page; the default selections are often set at maximum values. Select your registration length, certified or un-certified seal options, hosting/email options and the type of registration here. Scroll to the bottom of the page, and in the select checkout preference section, select “customize my order”, or “No thanks. I’m ready to checkout” if you are satisfied with the default settings. Click “Continue”.

Ignore the hosting and storage plan options on the next page, and make sure you click “Skip this offer” button. Finally you land on a page where you can enter your coupon codes (Google for Godaddy coupon codes…there are plenty of them). Click “Apply Code”.

Next select your payment method. I strongly advise against credit card method as Godaddy is notorious for holding onto this information and anyone with unauthorized access to your account can make purchases on your credit card. Agree to their Universal Terms of Service and click “Checkout Now”. The next page will prompt you to enter your billing details and confirm the order. This is the final step in your domain registration process at Godaddy.

And yes, don’t forget to put your computer on drips too

Godaddy Promo Codes:

This is actually a filler post, since I cannot think of anything to write at the moment :p

Anybody with an interest in the domaining world ought to know Godaddy Without any boring background information about them, here is a list of current Godaddy promo codes for my dear readers. This post serves as a centralized source of the promo codes, so you do not need to go around hunting for them all over the internet.

promo10 – 10% off any order
cjcsave – $5 off orders of $30 or more
cjctenoff – $10 off orders of $50 or more
cjcdeal – 15% off orders of $75 or more
cjcdeal17 – $20 off orders $100 or more
goaorg01a – .org Reg or Renewal $7.69
promo749 – .com $7.49 registrations, transfers and renewals
cjctld749 – .net $7.49 for any new registration
gdp1243a – Transfer your domain to Go Daddy for just $4.99/yr
$4.99 – Transfer for .COM, .NET, .ORG, .INFO, .BIZ, .US or .MOBI
gdbb776 – generic code; can be used alternative to most codes above; also works for TDNAM auctions.


JULY Godaddy Coupon Codes:

If you are looking to purchase domain names in the month of July (2009) you might want to use a Godaddy coupon code to save on registration fees.

Here are some good ones:

gdr0623be - Register or renew any available .com, .net, .org or .biz for 30% off regular renewal price! (This code becomes void Saturday, July 11).

gdr0630r - Save 20% on new .com and 30% on new .net registrations.

emma30 or emma35 - Get any .com domain for $7.49 (works on new registrations and renewals).

cjc20host - Save 20% on Shared Hosting Plans.

cjcdeal77 - Save 20$ if you order $100 or more.

199BUYCOM - $1.99 Register or transfer a .com domain name (limit one per account )

Enjoy your purchases!

Thursday, July 9, 2009

How Do I Get a Domain Indexed?

I have some unused domains that I added to Google Adsense for Domains for parking, but I’m wondering how one gets indexed when all you have is a park page like that. For small sites is it better to put a custom park page with some content to get indexed?

First of all making sure that your unused domains get indexed by Google is a good idea indeed. Why? Because indexed domains are like wine, they get better as they get older. Basically the longer your domain has been included in Google’s index (without getting penalized obviously), the higher the trust that Google will have on it.

Should you decide to create a website on that domain in the future, it will be easier to get good search rankings. Similarly, if you decide to sell the domain in the future, you will probably be able to charge a bonus for the age of the domain.

Now back to the central question: how do I get a domain indexed?

It is very simple: you just need to
1) put some content there, and
2) let Google know about it.
You don’t need any special type of content to get your domain indexed. Even a simple message stating that your domain is for sale would be enough.

The second part is about letting Google know about your domain (which is now practically a website). How does Google discovers websites?
By crawling the links on the web. If you want to get your site discovered and subsequently indexed, therefore, all you need is a backlink from a site that is routinely crawled by Google.

Here are some ideas to get that backlink:
link to it from your established website
post a comment on a do-follow blog
use forum signatures
submit an article to a directory
get the domain listed on a marketplace

That is it. Once you are done, wait a couple of days and search in Google for your domain name with its extension (e.g., You should be able to find it in the first page of results.

Most Expensive Domain Name Ever:

You probably know that top domain names sell for big bucks, right? But exactly how much money are we talking about, and what are those top domains? Well, I just came across a list that has over 50 of the most expensive domains ever sold.
Here are the top 10: - $9,999,950 - Sold in 2008 - Sold for $7,500,000 in 1999 (Remember: This was pretty much a “business” sale with a developed name) - Sold for $7,500,000 - Sold for $5,100,000 in January of 2000 - $5,000,000 - Sold in January of 2000 - $5,500,000 - Sold to a private company in 2003 - $3,850,000 - Sold to - Sold for $3,500,000 in 2001

12 Rules For Choosing Domains Name:

1. Brainstorm 5 Top Keywords
2. Make the Domain Unique
3. Only Choose Dot-Com Available Domains
4. Make it Easy to Type
5. Make it Easy to Remember
6. Keep the Name as Short as Possible
7. Create and Fulfill Expectations
8. Avoid Copyright Infringement
9. Set Yourself Apart with a Brand
10. Reject Hyphens and Numbers
11. Don’t Follow the Latest Trends
12. Use an Ajax Domain Selection Tool

The 7 Characteristics of Good Domain Names

Domain names are the real estate of the Internet. Just as a good location is vital for a bricks and mortar business, a good domain name will be the corner stone of your website’s success. But how to identify them? Below you will find the 7 characteristics of good domain names.
1. They are short

Good domain names are short. It is not a coincidence that all the three-letter and four-letter .com domains are already gone, and that the five-letter ones are going fast as well.
There is no definite number of characters that you should aim for, just remember that the shorter the better. If you really need some guidance, try to go below 10 characters, and never exceed 20.
As for the number of words, one-word domains are gold, two-word ones are good, three-word domains are average, and above that it is usually a bad idea.
Example: is a superb domain and probably worth millions of dollars. is a good two-word domain worth thousands of dollars. is an average domain and could be used for a website. is plain worthless.
2. They are easy to remember

Many Internet users do not use bookmarks. They just memorize the domains of their favorite websites and type them whenever they wan to visit one. Guess what, if your domain is complex and not easy to remember you will lose these visitors along the way.
Example: is a short domain name, but is not easy to remember at all, so it would be a bad idea to use it for your website (unless the initials represent the name of the website or a memorable message).
3. They are easy to spell

The last thing you want is visitors misspelling your domain and ending up somewhere else.
Avoid unusual foreign words, words that have complex pronunciation, strange combinations of letters and anything else that might cause someone to misspell your address.
Example: might be problematic for English speaking visitors. Cappuccino is an Italian word, and not everyone is aware where the doubles are placed.
4. They have a .com extension

Organizations might prefer to register a .org domain, and companies targeting very specific geographical regions might want to register a local domain (e.g. .it,, .cn and so on). Apart from these cases, however, a .com domain is always the best way to go. This extension is the most popular around the around, and it is already stuck in people’s mind.
Visitors coming to your site via search engines or organic links will pay attention mostly to the name and not to the URL. The next time they want to visit your site it is very likely that they will just type its name followed by a .com. Guess what, if you are not there when they hit enter they will just go somewhere else.
Example: Darren Rowse created his popular blog on Despite having a strong brand, some visitors were still going to After a couple of years Darren decided to buy the .com version for $5,000 and redirect it to his site, so that no more visitors would leak.
5. They are descriptive

Many visitors will come to your site through the search engines and via direct links on other websites. That is, they will come if the domain that they will see will be appealing.
Having a descriptive domain name will give visitors an idea of what your site is about even before they enter it. If related keywords are present in the domain it might also help your search engine rankings.
Example: You would be able to guess what is about even before visiting it right?
Put it in another way. Suppose you are searching for a movie review. You make a quick search in Google. The first result comes from The second result comes from Which one would you rather click?
6. Or brandable

A brandable domain will have a nice pronunciation, an interesting combination of letters or simply an appealing visual effect. Sometimes they will not be descriptive, but they can be equally efficient.
Brandable domains will make your visitors associate the name with your website and its content. (Notice that brandable domains can be descriptive at the same time, but that is not always the case.)
Example: is one of the most popular gaming blogs on the Internet. The domain is not descriptive at all, but the brand is so strong that gamers immediately recognize it across the web.
7. They don’t contain hyphens or numbers

Domain names containing hyphens and numbers are cheaper for a reason. They suffer the same problem of domains not using a .com extension or with complex spelling.
Consider The names that will stick in people’s mind are “tech” and “world.” Many visitors will just forget the hyphen along the way. Eventually they will try to access your site by typing, in vain.
Numbers, on the other hand, will confuse people with the spelling. Suppose you registered Visitors might mix it with, if they manage to remember the number in the first place!
Example: is an extremely popular gadget blog, with over 70,000 RSS subscribers. With such a huge readership you get people often typing the domain directly on the address bar. Needless to say that many of them would just forget to add the hyphen. The owner of the site bought afterwards to fix the problem.
Final remark
Do not get discouraged if your current domain doesn’t have all these characteristics; or if you can’t find one that does. These are just factors that you should consider when evaluating domain names.
There are plenty of examples of popular websites with domain names that lack in one or two points covered on the list. Just make sure that your domain has most of the characteristics and you should be fine.

Information About Domain

Domain Name Basics:

what's in a domain name?
A lot more than you might think.your domain name can be your first impression,your face to the outside world,and your new marketing plan.Learn more about domain names are,why you should take the time to choose a good one for yourself,and how to go about it.

What is Domain Name:
A domain name is an adress for the internet .it helps people ti find your website.Just as home and businesses have street adresses,all websites have domain name.Like google Domain name is

A domain name is made up of two parts typically preceded by www. let's use as an example:
The first part,google,is a unque name that represent the website.
The second part,com , is the extension,and stands for "commercial"there are many extensions available, .net , .biz , .info , and .us are the most popular extension in the United States

Why is a Good Domain Name Important:
a good domain name helps you in numerous ways.

For Businesses:
Add your domain name to your business card,email signature, and other advertisments
Build credibility:
Show your customers that you have an established Business.
Improve Your marketing :
Provide customers an easy way to remember and contact you.
Protect Your Brand:
Secure the domain name that best represents your business name and keep it out of the hand os your competitores.

For Consumers:

Describe your site as best you can with your domain name.for Example,A pair of amateur magicians might use theri stage names,some combination of word including magic,or the name of their most famous trick.

How do i Chose Domain Name:

Keep these tips in mind as you select your domain name
Your domain name should reflect your business name or the topic your site will cover.
It should be a unique and concise name that is easy to say,remember , and spell.
You can use only letters , numbers , and hyphens in your domain name.Spaces or other abbreviation or locations to come up with a unique alternative.

Have you ever wondered? how many domain naemes google owns? currently google owns 520 domains names.their domain collection has been growing over the last couple years because of all of the companies they started and have bought.some of these domain names are not in google's name, but in the company's name that they purchased.if you see any domains missing or inaccuracies,feel free and leave a comment.

Google"s Growing List Of Domains:

What is Fraudulent involving for Domains?

I want to help you prevent your domain name registration from being moved to another company by being tricked into renewing witha another provider.if you receive mail that appears to be an invoice, which is in fact a solicitation for business, you may be the target of a fraudulent or false invoicing scheme.

Which Company are making these Solicitations:

There are a number of domain registration companies looking to grow ther businesses by stealingbusiness from other companies.While we welcome fair competition in the market place, some companies believe the best way to win business is to solocit existng domain name registrants and trick then into moving their domain regstration business.Some companies recently reported to have been nvolved n this type of activity are:
Domain Registry of America --DROA--
Internet Registry of Canada --IROC--
Internet Registry of America --ROA--
Verisign/Network Solution

check out for the latest information

What should i do to avoid being tricked into transferring my domain away from my current provider?

The best way to combat this is to simply ignore all communications regarding your domain name that do not come from your current provider.