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Phil Craig from http://www.DomainsIntoDollars.com interviews Domain Name and Trademark Lawyer, John B. Berryhill, PhD., about domain name and trademark issues
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You may be very happy with your current keyphrase research and have put in considerable time developing it. You might have engaged in a brainstorming exercise with others in your enterprise, family, friends, contacts as well as clients to come up with key words and especially longer tail keywords that you just believe to be entirely appropriate for your current organisation. Once you have this big list of key words, you are able to participate in online marketing and may truly begin using these key phrases to help you in your search engine optimisation, both on and off page.
However, you must not start looking at the listing as conclusive and must never ever cease thinking about your keyword tactic. In the great majority of situations it’s less likely that you’re going to create a reasonably competitive and distinctive listing and more probable that you have missed one or two which might be real “jewels.” Don’t be taken aback if you find that this is the case, because you will certainly end up being in excellent company.
Even the very best SEO UK advisers and those who specialise in keyword development discover that they’re continually changing their own preliminary listings. Quite aside from that it is probable that the company will vary as time goes on with focal points changing a bit, the potential for new clients and also brand new products or services coming on-line.
That being said, we sometimes will be even quite wide of the mark with this keyword optimisation. We merely might not understand that certain key words are driving traffic to our site without us understanding it. Whenever we do find out, this can be quite a nasty shock so we can often come to feel a bit sheepish even as we grasp that many of us have already been investing considerable time, energy and cash to try and optimise for key terms that aren’t essentially the proper kinds.
When you have a web hosting service that provides you access through what’s referred to as a cpanel, including Hostgator, for example, then you certainly should have a good peek in your user interface since you can discover a wealth of data inside. You’ll be able to do a report telling you just what keywords folks actually used in order to turn up at your web site. This really is highly effective information without a doubt. If you find that there may be a number of key words within which you have never ever even seriously considered, bust them out!
You really should join Google Analytics also, and that is one of the excellent cost-free SEO services furnished by the search engine giant. It has an utterly amazing degree of material and a treasure chest of intellect here, too. It will take a bit to get accustomed to it and to understand the data that Google is actually offering you, however you will yet again be able to start to see the real key phrases that people are utilising to arrive in your site to start with.
Your current search engine marketing should have an objective and you will not fully realise whether you’re on the right course or going closer in the direction of your own objectives, unless you perform a certain amount of tracking and testing. Make certain you improve your own keyword selection listing while you develop.
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How are you to understand multi-domain web hosting? This feature refers to a type of hosting that allows multiple domains, each one an independent address, and yet they each point to separate websites. All of these websites contain different file structures and are separate in the truest sense of the word. However, they are all hosted on one single client account. Now the level of quality service offered may differ according to web hosting companies. Some companies may provide dedicated IP addresses for each domain, while others do not.
Why would someone be interested in such a web hosting package? Usually, the motivation is economic. Multi-domain hosting gives a client several domain names at a discount price and an easy to manage account. Furthermore, when one has several domains that user can use sites for his own needs and still have enough domain names to allocate to the sites of clients or affiliates. You can see why there’s a lot of money to be made here, since you merely pay your fee to the webhost but can charge your clients whatever you want. Some competitive web hosting companies are offering unlimited domain hosts with the purchase of one regular hosting account. All of the accounts are accessible through a master CPanel, which the user controls.
Multi-domain hosting is tied in with mini websites, a new online trend that is helping to generate traffic and sales. Some companies may even offer separating hosting accounts, if for marketing purposes or organization’s sake, the author wishes to categorize websites. The advantage here is that the more domain names you buy, the more the web hosting company can give you in discounts. Some web services offer discounts up to 50% if you buy a certain amount of additional accounts.
When shopping for a web hosting company for multi-domain purposes, make sure that the website offers FTP access, CGI and Perl connections along with PHP and site statistics programming. Some web host providers will offer a variety of hosting plans, with Windows-based servers, as well as Unix or Linux servers, depending on their choice of technology and your needs.
Along with multi-domain capabilities, make sure that the provider you work with offers other standard features like high bandwidth, video and audio streaming and software for creating a professional page. Multi-domain web hosting may help you to increase your traffic so look into its potential as you continue your search.
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im 17 and want to get into making domain names. my dad makes alot of money off of this, but i want to make the money myself with little guidance from him.
If your dad already makes money this way, you have a great mentor right in the house. Lemme say this…
First, don’t buy any ebooks or get rich quick domain junk…no matter how good it sounds.
Second, you are not too late. New people are still getting in and making money.
However…it’s not going to be quick and easy money. So here’s my advice.
Go to the two best domainers forums (Namepros and DNForum). Read the posts like crazy. Also watch what sells everyday to get an idea of prices. In this economy, it’s not easy any more to make quick money selling to other domainers. It’s even harder to sell them on Ebay. Don’t even go there. Much of the material you will read in ebooks (if you break down and buy one) or elsewhere was written about a market that existed a year ago. Things have changed. You can get great domains on forums and even Ebay for a fraction of their value. That’s why you don’t want to sell that way, unless you’re dumping names.
Instead, take advantage of the lousy market to find some great names. You’re strategy for a quick domain flip is to find names that end-users will want. If plenty of companies are using the words in your domain (especially keywords such as "baking equipment") then they are all potential buyers. Contact them with a short but very professional email. Some will ask "how much," and you are off to the races.
Some names, even with great keywords, may not sell. Domaining requires patience. In the meantime, you can develop a few of your best names into good mini sites and make money that way. With even less work, you can put up a one page site with a site map, and get it listed on Google. A name like houstondentist.com might get near the top of Google without too much effort. Assuming the name gets some searches, wouldn’t any dentist in Houston love to have it? And don’t demand 2000 or 3000 exact searches per month as some do. Even 100 searches per month is 100 potential new patients for any dentist in Houston every month.
So read all you can (the best stuff is freely available on the web), invest slowly and carefully at first (the typical newbie screws up by buying too many names – like I did), and make sure you get enough cash turnover to stay in the game. Good luck.
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I have several domain names which are the "mis-spelled" version of my primary domain name (and all redirect users to my primary domain). But before I spend alot of money and renew all these domain names, I would like to know if any visitors are actually using these mis-spelled names. How can I measure this?
Basically your hosting should have plenty of built-in solutions that help to measure traffic, like Awstats for example.
Go to your hosting account and look for the Stats tools. You should have at least 2-3 available. They will give all necessary info about what keywords are used by the people who get to your misspelled sites.
Knowing the value of an internet domain name is crucial in today’s business industry. Altough there is no exact formula to appraise a domain, there are a group of things to consider before putting a value to a domain. A majority of people will base their immediate appraisal on TLD extension, word length and keyword popularity but won’t really consider backlinks, brandability or emerging trends part of the equation. There are a few factors that a person must be aware of before they can feel they have thoroughly assessed the domain and attach a valid appraisal amount. The first thing a person can do to is recognize that there are many subtle components that need to be assembled and viewed as a whole to get a comprehensive perspective on the domain. It seems every domainer has their own method used to appraise a domain so I’ve listed a few factors that I feel are necessary in being considered before a domain can be appraised.
TLD or Top-Level Domain is the ending extension attached to a domain such as .com, .net or .org. The .com extension is considered the most sought after even though there are other TLD’s that are gaining huge popularity and acceptance. CC’s or Country Codes are also seeing their fair share of registrations.
Now that all the 2, 3 and 4 letter .com’s have been registered, the letter count on a domain is fast becoming a huge factor in a domain’s worth. The desire for a short domain is at an all time high and values are steadily climbing due to the limited supply of shorter length domains. Seems shorter names are easier to remember and with that a value increase.
Characters, Numbers and Hyphens
Hyphens integrated between letters are often viewed as separators between keywords. Although there is much dispute whether or not the hyphens negatively impact a domain’s search engine optimization, there is considerable preference that a domain not include anything extra in it’s name. Number digits are beginning to see their popularity rise and can be included with relevant keywords or letters to make a great domain.
Marketable search terms and keyword popularity are extremely relevant in appraising a domain name. The frequency of a given search term helps to indicate the brandability or popularity of the keyword. Generic word domains, such as flowers.com or poker.com are the strongest in their keyword popularity genre.
Traffic and Revenue
Traffic or visitors to a particular domain is one of the most important factors to consider when appraising a domain. More traffic usually means more revenue due to pay-per-click income and possible advertising opportunities, therefore increasing the value of the domain.
Brandability and Trends
Any domain that is easily memorable, short and non-descript is considered brandable and therefore increases it’s value. It would be easier for a person to remember TVrepair.com instead of the longer fix-my-broken-television.com . Not only is the first choice shorter and has better word flow but also there is less of a chance of someone incorrectly typing in the URL. Also keep tuned in to current trends that may seem to increase an otherwise meaningless domain into a treasure. An example is when Apple Computers began to incorporate the letter i into their products descriptions, such as iPhone, iPod and iLife.
Automated Domain Appraisals
This is a tricky one. Although I feel automated domain appraisal systems such as Estibot are helpful in assisting to appraise a domain, I don’t feel they should be the “end all” decision used to obtain a domain’s value. If used more as a reference tool, they can be one of the greatest resources that help determine an appraisal value. Any script/applications can have some bugs, especially ones with complex algorithms as Estibot. Make automated domain appraisals one of the tools to find an appraisal, not the only tool.
Future Potential Interest and Overall Appeal
As time goes by, new words, trends and fads explode onto the scene, and with each new word or trend created, a domain is born. Stay up with current events and become a regular visitor to news aggregate sites, such as Digg and domain industry specific DNHour to stay on the cusp of emerging potential interests.
I like to keep my eye on the number and quality of backlinks to evaluate an domain appraisal. While tons of irrelevant backlinks might negatively effect a domain’s search engine optimization, it can still be a positive thing for a domain names’ value. With more and more domains being “parked”, the links tend to lean towards relevant backlinks and therefore less likely to be bogged down in the SEO nightmare of page rank. And, it’s hard to argue that backlinks don’t increase traffic.
Relevance, Region Specific and other Fuzzy Logic
As said earlier, there is no exact formula to appraise a domain name, and therefore the not-so-exact elements must come into play. An example would be that veteran domainers tend to skew their entire method of appraising when it comes to country specific or region specific domain names. Different factors are incorporated to determine non-English domain word values and domainers across the globe are becoming better in detecting future potential interests in foreign markets. Another example is the continuously growing popularity of “long-string domaining”, or stringing multiple words or keywords to achieve a brandable and memorable domain name. TacoBell has ThinkOutsideTheBun.com and Amazon has the domain BuyABook.com. By definition, these would not be very valuable but that’s when the fuzzy logic creeps in. A domain’s value can be perceived in multiple ways.
So keep in mind that even though there isn’t one exact correct formula being used by the domain industry to appraise domains, a reasonable appraisal can be determined by anyone if they keep all the factors in mind and how they each interact with each other.
I’d suggest you monitor the pulse of current domain sales by frequently visiting
DNJournal’s Domain Sales Chart. This will show you weekly and even yearly to-date domain sales for the industry. And don’t forget to visit the front page of Sedo to view ongoing live auctions. Each of these great resources will help you in creating your own customized method of domain appraising by seeing what domains are selling and for what amount.
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