Labeled as analysis in General Domain Discussion started by Michael Ehrhardt, Dec 6, 2019.
I got only 6 left than i restarted and Registered them
I Changed from SellingLanders To ParkLanders and the Traffic felt down 🤣
still i believe in domaing 😁
also i believe in my Bank 🏦 Domain Names
Yes, selling landers will be a tiny fraction of parking. Also with selling pages, now and then you will see many names hit the same day, that is some kind of bot or api or someone looking for keywords.
Thats why i like NP always good to learn
do you get distracted? what is your main business? is it selling domain names or parking? your potensial buyer might get wrong impression if they visiting your landingpage and found some advertisement on it....
many just parrot what they read or hear, and know very little about the issue they reply to.
one can park and still get offers via those parking pages,
parking also may provide enough $ so they won't have to sell as much or as often.
From my little Experience :
If you park them via Sales Lander on Sedo ( to get a chance of Sedo MLS ) than the traffic is running better than parking via :
Auto Select ( Crushed Boxes ) Just Ads or Sales Crush where Sedo has all these Ads
if, you read this post from Sedo rep, then you'll understand reason for difference in traffic on sales lander vs ppc page with ads
Sedo does include bot traffic in the stats. That's why now I am experimenting with bodis.
These are not 13k clicks... Real clicks here are ... its traffic from 10-12 domains of my country extension..
why are they doing this ? @Sedo
Still i like SEDO
All the best with your new domain acquisitions!
got already first offers
Wow Michael You sound a lot like me....that's not the business model you're suppose to follow. You said something about most of your domains are for the financial services industry? You mean to tell me you're plan is to "go outbound and promote them"? What are you thinking? That's not the way it's suppose to be done
I see my buddy Monster chimed in and likes your strategy, but while you're planning your outbound promotion you need to spend a little time positioning them for "inbound" Hey, I don't disagree with that advice, but I'm currently working on "outbound" strategies for the likes of the financial services industry, the healthcare industry, the real estate industry, the restaurant and food services industry etc.
Of course I'm here in the US where I can touch and feel the pulse of millions of "end users", and while you say your English is just so so, I believe we could communicate well enough to help each other.
Oh, just one more question...are the majority of your domains hand reg'd or other? What was the "average" cost you paid per domain? The reason I ask, in order to accumulate 300+ domains covering a particular industry in 30 days, there's no way I could/would buy them at auction like the typical way domainers buy names.
Regardless, I wish you the very best and while you've been around this industry longer than me, I'm sure I could help you with your "outbound" strategy. Again, Good Luck
promote on Linkedin and soon Sedo Showcase and of course emails to all the Online Banks
I understand why you might like Sedo over say Go Daddy, but no "end user" here in the US has ever heard of Sedo? Curious, the online banks you're targeting, are they mostly European or International? I owned 50-100 new gTLD's like .loans, .mortgages etc. as did/does lolWarrior of Brands.International. He's located in Prague, and maybe you guys can help each other. Again, Good Luck!
i speak CZECH nice
only a part of the new registered domains
There is an option in DAN to synchronize Analytics account so you would know where the traffic is coming from. Don't know about other marketplaces.
what does that mean ?
are they really only bots ?
"Because I'm hoarding...?" (my reply)
Think I got about 500 over the last 30 days or so.
But one cannot simply leave a good domain and walk away, isn't it?
some of my .de domains get 0 and some hit the top ( related to Bank )
if they are only bots ( traffic ) why is there a so big difference ?
Following this thread for learning purposes only.
Which email forwarding service do you recommend?
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