Labeled as discuss in Domain Buying and Domain Purchases started by cogger, Oct 28, 2008.
Nuttin odd about that! Love it!
BTW... I just reg'd OnlineTvProgram.com
Spelling error of personalads
Google keyword phrase = 4 400 searches/mo
Estimated avg. CPC = $1.97
Google has 14,400,000 for the keyword 'sayings'. Going to develop into a quote site. I only purchased it because I couldn't find any decent names relating to quotes via snapnames or namejet.
1,830,000 EXACT searches for "sayings" in Dec alone!
2,400 EXACT serches for "sayin" in Dec.
Got that today.
Sorry my mistake;
my domain was for russian market where P means R
so my domain SK8P.com
Going-Green dot net and SapphireRing dot net
me too. big fan of sc and other alt extensions.
my sc portfolio includes these recent handregs:
h, o, t, (.MN)
and one of my biggest hand-reg scores ever, within last 48 hours:
t, r, a, v, e, l, (.io)
other io handregs:
fitness, politics, rent
It matters very little to me what most domainers think about ccTLDs, they are ripe for development. Sure they present a challenge, but one I don't mind taking on. I see some domainers complaing about the various reg fees... all I can say is shop around to find the best deals, then do your due diligence on the registrar in question OR negotiate with your favorite registrar to match their competitors prices. For IO I've seen prices ranging from avg $80-$100+ and as low as $50. For sc, up to $125+ per year, but as low as $90 (w/$40 renew). Saw .mn & .vc for $100+ reg price at one registrar, but as low as under $40 elsewhere.
shop around, do your research and good luck to all.
Not to hijack the thread, but how do you get around the problems with the search engines? google won't give you much love outside the geo area - or do you target other SE's, use social bookmarking, etc?
Nice names, just wondering what you've found is the best strategy with them
you're right about 1 thing: google isn't the only source of traffic.
to answer your question:
Kinda like it
Just picked it up!
due to the new touchscreen laptops coming out i regged
regged Antique-bronze dot com
Streaming /--/ Today without the /--/.
I already have the plural, picked up the singular version. Wireless/Smart kitchen appliances ...coming to a home near you!
Separate names with a comma.