Check out. Benchmark. Spy.
Call it what you want, but if you want to do that this is the video to watch.
This video walks you through exactly how to spy on your competitors using free online tools. Find out what technology powers DomainNameWire.com, DNForum.com and DomainSherpa.com, as well as a few others. See their back links, and traffic estimates too.
August 6, 2012 7
Some of the new generic top level domains (gTLDs) will succeed, but most will fail if they don’t follow the advice Xavier Buck recommends in this interview.
Learn how Buck became the “king of ccTLDs” by offering customers the most comprehensive collection of country code top level domains, and how his developing ecosystem affords insights not many others have access to.
June 18, 2012 8
Traditionally, a business is established with a name and a telephone number that do not change. A domain name should be considered an equally essential part of conducting business.
Although not a required element of registering a business, a domain name allows a business to establish a website, create its online identity and build its overall brand. All of which lead to marketing success.
September 4, 2011 6
With over 97 percent of Google’s $33.3 billion in revenue over the past year coming from online advertising, the search engine giant has been wildly successful in selling pay-per-click advertising on the Internet, making over $54 per click for top-ranked keywords.
The question for domain name investors and entrepreneurs is: Are you focusing your investment and development efforts in the most lucrative areas?
August 14, 2011 16
Picking a domain name for your new business, product or service is often the most challenging part of launching an enterprise. After all, you want a website that is easy to remember, does not have too long a name and will stand out among the crowd of websites on similar topics.
The process of picking a name is complicated by the fact that so many domain names have already been taken. To help you achieve the often difficult task of selecting a domain name, we have compiled a list of 20+ useful tools and websites.
August 7, 2011 17
There’s a big difference between domain name investing and domain name cybersquatting.
Honest domain investors looking to avoid any legal trouble should make sure they are well versed in all the relevant laws and regulations.
July 24, 2011 2
The millions of domain names that are bought and sold every year have given rise to an industry of countless domain name investors.
Despite their vast numbers, however, most domainers fall into one of four types: Freshmen, Hustlers, Builders and Aristocrats.
June 26, 2011 30
It’s easy to buy a domain name. What many people don’t realize is that just because you can buy a domain name doesn’t mean you should. In many cases, it can be risky.
Before purchasing (or even negotiating the price) of a domain name, you should check several key indicators to ensure that the risk of buying the domain name of interest is low.
June 5, 2011 13
If you have a new business, product or service that you need to name, most likely you will need a domain name to go with it. But with over 200 million domain names registered to date, the one you brainstormed in five minutes has most likely been reserved by someone else.
You’re in luck. Technologist Brad Pineau has recently launched a free domain name discovery service. DomainHole.com not only helps you determine if your domain name ideas are available, but will spin you some new names, generate some off-the-wall suggestions, and check recently expired or soon-to-expire domain names for a match.
May 29, 2011 16
Are you into anime? Ok, maybe it’s not anime per se, but the video below is an interesting promotional video including animation and related to the domain name industry. And it’s appreciated that Andrew Allemann’s interview on DomainSherpa.com was mentioned in the introduction. :) If you enjoyed this article, subscribe for updates (it’s free)
March 14, 2011 2