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The Value of Domain Names with Type-In Traffic

September 27, 2011

Do you own good type-in domain names? Are these domain names parked? Did you build a quality website? Pointing the keyword domain name with type-in traffic to an existing website? Domain names with good type-in traffic will save money on advertising and make a good ROI.

Bidding on keywords at Google AdWords will cut into your advertising expense account. AdWords can’t guarantee you quality leads. Web uses who click on the sponsored link will visit your website. The visitors will probably view your website’s content, and then move on to another site.

Pointing good type-in domain names to your website can save you money. Why? For example, you pay $.75 per ad click. You own a domain name that receives 75 type-in visits per month. The 75 ad clicks are worth $56.25 to you. These visits represent quality traffic because you end up saving money since the type-in domain refers traffic to your website.

Most of the time the top generic domain names score great type-in traffic. Nonetheless, brandable domain names also deliver quality traffic (i.e. world, service, generic product domains). I own a few dozen generic domain names with type-in traffic. A few astral domain names deliver 100+ visitors per month to my astral website. In result of type-in traffic, I gain new fans.

Why should an end-user acquire a good type-in domain name? For the most part, the quality type-in domain leads new customers to a website, increasing their sales opportunities and building a future customer base. Therefore, an end-user can improve their keyword ranking within their niche.

Customers will become familiar with the type-in domain name. Essentially, customers can type-in the URL in their address window to reach the main website. Quality traffic increases the market value of keyword domains. Most importantly, great type-in domain names save on future advertising expenses.

Domain names with type-in value don’t necessarily require an appraisal value. Good type-in domain names with no valuation can deliver traffic based on new market trends. Introducing new phrases and products will enable a keyword domain name to gain media attention. Moreover, the type-in traffic will increase the domain’s overall value.

Online gaming may be legalized soon. Online gaming companies are attracting millions upon millions in seed funding. In the flash game world, online gaming company Zynga filed for an IPO, placing a valuation of $18-20 billion on Facebook’s top online gaming partner.

My OnineGamingCompany.com and OnlineGamingCompanies.com will soon be worth a fortune. Past visitors reached another domain blog of mine based on “list of online gaming companies”. I expect the two online gaming sites to take off soon. Cloud and 3D type-in domain names are generating quality type-in traffic. Online gaming is an online moneymaking machine. Online gaming companies realize that securing gaming domain names (i.e. Cityville.com) ahead of a launch will reduce future costs. Facebook paid close to a half a million to land Facebook.com after their 2004 launch.

There is demand for good type-in traffic domain names. Implementing type-in domain names into your business plan can improve your website’s performance. You can save a bundle on advertising expenses. Great type-in domain names can make good revenue at a top domain parking company. Pointing type-in domain names to your website will deliver quality leads. Building type-in traffic domains into brandable websites will score heavy traffic. In essence, type-in domain names are valuable lead generators as well as effective advertising cost savers. Thanks for reading.

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Noticing a Domain Name Trend

September 20, 2010

Everyone knows that Frank Schilling is the one of the most important domain investors in the domain name industry. He owns many of the best domain names in the world. Whenever you’re looking for a specific domain name, you may come across Frank Schilling’s web page.

The domain name ResumeService.com is up for sale on Domain Name Sales. This is one of the best domain names you will come across. I own resumeservices.co, which I plan to retain as a future investment. Sedo commissioned resumewritingservice.com for $4100 this past December.

I noticed that Frank is holding onto certain domain names, while he is putting others up for sale. ResumeService.com is up for sale, but ResumeWritingServices.com is not.

MagnifyGlass.com is another domain name that Frank owns. The domain name is not currently up for sale.

I came to a conclusion that certain domain names are earning more revenue than others, or that Frank uses a system. We all know that he owns hundreds of thousands of domain names. I’m sure that most domainers have landed on a domain name that Frank owns.

InfluenzaVirus.net and InfluenzaVaccine.net are two other domain names that Frank has up for sale.

The Domain Name Sales box shows up on the two domain names above. Essentially, there seems to be a criteria as to which domains are put up for sale, and which are kept off the sales list. If I had the money to make a large purchase, I would definitely purchase ResumeService.com.

ResumeService.com is a major domain name that will continue to increase in value, especially when the job market stabilizes in near future. I can’t think of many domain names that are as appealing as ResumeService.com.

ResumeWritingServices.com is another great domain name that is not up for sale. I recently acquired CoverLetterServices.com and ResumeServices.co.

I feel that the most popular domain names are in the education and job fields. Furthermore, domain names such as magnifyglass.com produce many keyword results and popular monthly searches. I happen to own magnifyglass.net, influenzavirus.us and influenzavaccine.us.

In essence, I own a few domain names that are similar to Franks’. My collection is .0000001, as compared to Franks’. However, I’m confident that my domain portfolio will continue to grow. I know exactly what domain names to hand register, and how to find a buyer. In regards to domain name acquisitions, I only paid above the cost of registration on one occasion. This past January, I won a domain name in a Go Daddy auction.

I built my entire domain portfolio on hand registrations. The domain name trend that I’m noticing is that names that are not up for sale are probably generating some nice revenue, so it is a good time to sell the domains.

The domain names that are up for sale may be generating good revenue, but there’s probably some sort of criteria set into place to determine their sales status. It may be a good time to move certain names while the market is still strong.

ResumeService.com is up for sale, but ResumeWritingServices.com is not. MagnifyGlass.com is not up or sale, while influenzavirus.net and influenzavaccine.net are currently up for sale.

In my opinion, Frank uses a system to determine which names to sell, and which ones to keep – i.e. revenue earnings, market trend, popularity, sentimental value, and etc. ResumeService.com is an awesome domain. I own ResumeWritingJobs.com.

I see major potential in resume domain names. The job market will rebound soon enough. Resume, jobs, and education are the most influential domain names in the market. If you want to make money, invest in domain names that fall into the categories listed above.

Good luck on domaining and domain investing.

Top 10 domains you wished you own

September 18, 2010

99.9 % of my domain collection was built on hand registrations. I spend a lot time creating names that I think will be popular. I thought about how cool it would be to a premium domain name.

If I had an opportunity to travel back in time to register any 10 domain names, I would register the following names:

Resume.com
Business.com
Jobs.com
Free.com
Mortgage.com
Find.com
Flowers.com
Tickets.com
Sports.com
Movies.com

What domain names would you register during the beginning?