Archive for June, 2010

Register a Web Domain

Your very first step to getting that website online is to register a web domain name. Now, quite often the term “web domain” and “website address” are used interchangeably but just so you know, a domain name and a website address are one in the same; they’re just two different methods of saying the same […]

SEO techniques for domains and URLs

Everyone pretty much knows that having keywords in your domain and URL is a good thing, but it is possible to go overboard or dilute the significance of having done this, and in this article we will discuss the proper techniques for creating a Google friendly URL. When registering your domain, it can be tempting […]

Making Money with Expired Domains

Domain registrations have just broken the 50 million mark and this week there were another 10 domain names sold in the $10,000 to $50,000 price range. There are billions of websites and thousands more popping up each day and they all require a name. As competition on the Internet intensifies, more and more people are […]

Buying Multiple Domain Name Extensions – Are They Worth It?

If you talk you a domain registrar like GoDaddy or Network Solutions, they’ll make you believe that every domain extension (.com, .net, .us, , .biz, .tv, .org, .nz, etc.) should be locked up to “keep you safe”. While there is some truth to this, it’s not the whole truth. ┬áThe basics are this. It depends […]

Make Sure You Read This About Picking The Right Domain Name

What are domain names, and why are they used? This question has been asked by many people curious about online culture. Basically, a domain name is the online address of a particular website. It is supposed to be designed so as to make a particular website stand out from the others; something to give it […]


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