Posts Tagged with "domain parking"

Would you use domain parking to monetize AtomicWarrior.com?

Tuesday, January 22, 2008

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Yesterday, I discussed how to use the huge open directory project, DMOZ.org, to find deals on domain names. The example I used was Atomic Warrior, a website that still gets decent traffic even though it had not been updated since July 2005. I may be able to purchase the domain from the owner for a […]

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Discover Domain Name Deals using DMOZ

Monday, January 21, 2008

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There are many sources where you can find domain names to add to your web real estate empire. Domain forums, drop auction providers, and aftermarket selling services offer you a never-ending supply of domains to purchase. Then the key is to find the bargains. I came across a tip from DomainerPro and DomainersGazette for another […]

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5 Tips to Negotiate with Domain Name Buyers for Higher Profits

Monday, January 7, 2008

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Are you selling a domain name? Did you put your domain portfolio up for sale through Moniker or post it on Sitepoint Marketplace? Do you have visions of big profits from flipping websites you have quickly built up? Great. Now, you need to be prepared to negotiate with buyers. Your negotiation skills help you get […]

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5 steps to maximize domain parking revenue

Monday, December 18, 2006

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The result you are shooting for from your domain name parking activity is revenue. That is it. You can’t and should never even want to do PPC arbitrage. Plus, the only investment expense is the annual domain name fee itself. Most domain parking services are free. So optimizing for ROI is a really simple equation. Just […]

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Domain parking is SO easy

Friday, December 15, 2006

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I currently have a few of my domains parked while I build out the design and content for the sites. Domain parking is the easiest money you can make with your domains and it is the basis for a pure domain real estate business model. I am using Revenue.net’s Domain Sponsor service for both ultimatebathroom.com […]

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