Labeled as .ca in ccTLD Discussion started by whitebark, Jul 7, 2008.
All is well, briguy - it's all professional if you're making money doing it!
yes for sure @briguy
as long as your making revenue its all good
the way u worded it for moment i thought it was all about juat trafic to u
by now we all know trafic doesnt always mean revenue... and potentials are.all good n dandy but they pay no bills
@alcy if my amateur landing pages get me revenue...can't imagine what a professional one would get,,
What's everyone's thoughts on landing pages?
I've bumped around between Efty + Undeveloped, and now I'm fooling around with my own landers. Check one out here - CryptoCandy. Let me know what you think.
Are there any strong options that convert more readily for .ca domains?
That is a lot different, as my example only got 50 hits a MONTH.
Well, lots of hours of research...time well spent!
Here's our TBR Picks for September 12:
Lots and lots and lots of words, but low on premium content...
Hah- who took "notwithstanding" yesterday? Rascally little rabbit. All over the news sure, but one of those names that will fade away after the news cycle imo..
Getting the itch to register a name on my list now..if you don't act they disappear.
Only 78 taken and there are lots and lots and lots of .CA TBR Leftovers:
Just got done with my weekly offers and pretty well committed just over 55k
Now I wait to see who needs the money and takes the deals.
"Needs" might be in your favour/favor...the way the economy is currently!
Yes, I find it sometimes takes a year to make a deal, people hang on and on until they really need the money. Took me well over 2.5 years of trying to get red.ca
DN.ca was pretty hard too.... come to think of it, there were very few easy deals.
I can imagine...you have a gift contacting owners!
Not my forte, and no luck with domain brokers..thinking seriously about using Godaddy..might have to talk to account manager about "commission" .. so I can factor in, how much to set aside for a "worse case scenario"< I really stick to a budget!
Commissions can add up quickly on sales, I do everything myself, from landers, to contacts, to payment processing etc. It's not always what you earn that matters but it's also what you spend, or in my case not spend.
Smart move...being organized!
I deal with real estate agents/brokers so 1%+saved can be a big savings....I can deal with those parasites because it is face to face (easy to play one against the other!) ..sending out a inquiry a different matter for me!!
“Take care of the nickels and the dollars (loonies) will take care of themselves.”
Is there any restrictions on
.ca registering if we are from outside of Canada..?
Which registrar would you suggest according to lowest price and renewals...
WhoIs protection is provided...
For .us most of them not providing...
Yes, if you are outside Canada, you will need a Canadian representative to buy the domain for you.
What... that means "No" in simple words... isn't it ?!
4.88 now at namespro for new reg.
It means no
CAD 4.50 Rebel.com up to 10 names
You asked "Is there any restrictions on .ca registering if we are from outside of Canada..?", so I said Yes.
There is always the leasing option...so "No" can mean depends...
From my TBR Reports:
.CA Requirements: Registrant Citizenship or Business Location or Local Domain Representation must be Canadian.
That means you a) have to be a Canada citizen or b) your registered business must be in Canada or c) you must use a Canadian representative i.e. buy the domain through a TM/Branding/Marketing company based in Canada or lease it from a Canadian Firm.
Our Weekly TBR Report has been posted:
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