Domain Sale and Parking Tips

Top 10 Domain Parking Companies

Dec 24th, 2010 | By | Category: Domain Sale and Parking Tips

  1. Trafficz.com : This is the best domain leading parking company ever came out. Trafficz.com gives its customers Number#1 service. They value their customer as a member of Royal family. You can make sure that you will be happy and smile if you have chance to do business with them, you can get the […]



Domain Name Beginner Guide

Dec 24th, 2010 | By | Category: Domain Sale and Parking Tips

by grigio from namepros.com Domain Name Guide What You Need To Know Before You Enter The Domain Name Industry Secrets That My Experience Can Give You Why join the domain industry: I got involved in the domain industry because I think that this is the “real estate” of the future. Reason #1 – Every individual or […]



Tragedy of the eCommons

Dec 24th, 2010 | By | Category: Domain Sale and Parking Tips

by Jaco From namepros.com For those of you who are unfamiliar with it, there’s a theory floating around called the Tragedy of the Commons. Hit the Wikipedia link, go read up. For those who want cliff notes, here’s the basic premise. In the 1960’s, a man by the name of Garrett Hardin had a light […]



Quality & Non Quality Web Directories

Dec 23rd, 2010 | By | Category: Domain Sale and Parking Tips

by Arabule 04-26-2010, 11:03 AM from namepros.com The practice of website directory submission and web link directory site url submission is not a decision to be made lightly. In web composition and promoting the website, search engine techniques demand active link promotion. The need for differentiation between quality web directories and non quality web directories […]



Just send a domain to list on sedo featured list.Let’s see what will happen.

Dec 23rd, 2010 | By | Category: Domain Sale and Parking Tips, Domains Marketing News

Is it worth to be on the featured listing on Sedo? Maybe just test my best 1 and see how it does, then if it works or I at least get some offers then I would try the rest. So  I  put a domain into the featured section and listed  all my domains that are for sale in the description. Put a […]



How to Build a Better Domain Portfolio

Dec 18th, 2010 | By | Category: Domain Sale and Parking Tips

The game has changed. That is the first thing to realize. For when PPC revenue began tanking, so did the value of ‘keyword-rich’ domains such as carpenternails.com and usedmedicalbooks.com that sold back in the day for tens of thousands. Sigh. Dramatic? Indeed, the shift has been quick and violent but it has brought out some […]



10 Signs You’re Addicted to Buying Domain Names

Dec 16th, 2010 | By | Category: Domain Sale and Parking Tips

By ShaneCultra | Dec 15, 2010 You’re addicted.  I can see it in your eyes.  Late nights sitting and sorting through names and auctions.  Checking search numbers and CPC.  If these apply to you then you’ve officially joined the “too many domains” club. 1. Godaddy sent you a Christmas card with Bob Parson’s family and […]



Fix Your Pricing: New Opportunities in the New Year

Dec 15th, 2010 | By | Category: Domain Sale and Parking Tips

Fixed prices are the best opportunity to sell more domains by Lisa Allen, Account Manager – North America, Sedo.com I get it. Pricing domains can sometimes be a challenge, especially when deciding to set fixed (buy now) prices. You might ask, “How could doing this benefit me?” or “How do I know if fixed prices […]



Don’t Just Sit on a Domain, Add Value to Drive a Sale

Dec 14th, 2010 | By | Category: Domain Sale and Parking Tips, Domains Marketing News

You got your hands on a good domain name, any day now you are expecting an end user to come knocking on your door and offer you a sack of money… but what if that offer never comes or what if that sack doesn’t hold as much money as you were expecting?  Here’s a tip […]



Namejet and Anthos Chrysanthou Renege on Huge Sale

Dec 7th, 2010 | By | Category: Domain Sale and Parking Tips, Domain Scam & Legal Issues

Last Wednesday and Thursday, Namejet auction activity was dominated by more than 1,800 LLL.net and LLL.org domain names for sale. Most didn’t meet their reserve prices, but many did sell at high values (pet.org for $34,100, see.net for $15,700, ccc.net for $9,600, lab.org for $7,901, etc.) I personally bought 8 names for a total price […]