Archive | September, 2010

The “Who Owns Similar Domains?” Factor

Posted on 28 September 2010 by Andrei

Is the price you are able to obtain for a domain affected by the “Who owns similar domains?” factor? In other words, should you as a domainer who owns let’s say UsedCars.com care who owns UsedCar.com or BuyUsedCars.com? Let’s find out!

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Time to Say Goodbye to the Old Google AdWords Keyword Tool

Posted on 25 September 2010 by Andrei

Up until this point, even though the new GAKT version was live, Google gave you the option to use the previous one. As of today, the old tool is gone for good. The new one tends to display SIGNIFICANTLY lower keyword search volume numbers, which brings us to the question which is on everyone’s mind right now: which numbers are (more) accurate?

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“Project Scalability” or Why Parking Is Not Going Anywhere

Posted on 20 September 2010 by Andrei

A lot of people constantly say things like “parking is dead”, “people will eventually switch to CPA” or “time to say goodbye to parking and develop our domains” but the truth is, parking is here to stay and the explanation is extremely, simple. It is so simple, in fact, that one word is more than enough to describe the way things stand: scalability.

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Special Auctionpus.com Promotion – 0% Sales Commission

Posted on 14 September 2010 by Andrei

No, it’s definitely not a typo and no, I’m not insane (at least I hope I’m not). We’ve decided to approach the market with a special fall promotion: our 8% commission is officially gone and as of this point, you won’t have to pay us anything extra if the domain ends up being sold at Auctionpus.com.

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