Archive for the ‘Domain Names’ Category

Tips On Buying Your Domain Name

Friday, May 2nd, 2008

So you’ve got an idea, whether it’s a blog, online community, company, whatever. Whatever it is that you do, you need the domain name. Here are a few tips on buying your domain name: Your first target should be the .com. If only the .biz/.net/.org/.info/etc is available, try another name. Other TLD’s just don’t come [...]

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Multiple Domain Names? Use Redirects

Friday, April 25th, 2008

Sometimes, if you do a little bit of digging, you can find out that multiple domain names can display the same website. This is a problem, if it’s not done correctly. Why It’s Bad Search Engines, or, let’s be serious here, Google, is known to penalize sites with duplicate content. These penalties can range from [...]

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What Do I Do With This Domain Name?

Friday, October 26th, 2007

UPDATE: I posted an article with what I did with this domain name here.  Approximately three months, as a spur of the moment decision, I decided to buy the domain name: Not the smartest of my investments, I’ll admit it, but I figured I might be able to make something fun out of [...]

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What is my Domain Name Worth?

Saturday, July 21st, 2007

No, I’m not talking about MY domain name, I’m talking about what yours can possibly be worth and where you can find information and where you can find a pretty good idea at what your Domain Name is worth. Please note that I’m speaking about Domain Names and not fully designed established money making sites. [...]

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Where To Buy The Cheapest Domain Names

Wednesday, July 4th, 2007

Before I start, I want to mention that there is little difference between one registrar and another. Commonly known domain name registrars are intermediaries between you and the main domain name registrar. This leaves the intermediary to charge whatever they want. I’d say the average domain name registrar charges $8.95/year, but this can easily go [...]

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