DOMAIN BROKERSPosted by CHIEF APP & WEB DEVELOPER Mon, September 10, 2018 11:46:48DOMAIN HACKS.
If your wondering what this is its a short link to your main website. Will people remember to put the dot in the right place, most probably not. Will it drive traffic to your localized area most definately not. Will you need to do extensive PR Marketing and Multi Media Advertising, of course you will.
Will a Domain Hack benefit your business, I dont think so.
Why do I say this....they are just accessories and nothing more they wont get you on the First Page of any Search Engine unless you live in Libya that is or Germany as an example with the extensions .ly and .de to name a few. You will get traffic from that country as search engines use algorithms to force traffic from the location the domain is located.
As an example dot com's...... businesses in the UK tend to avoid this domain extention as they will be inundated with trafffic from the US and when it comes to paid per click advertising you certainly do not want the traffic from the US if you have no reason to trade there. This will inevitably costs businesses money,the same goes with Domain Hacks.
More coming soon!!
DOMAIN BROKERSPosted by CHIEF APP & WEB DEVELOPER Wed, August 29, 2018 22:11:12Valuation of Domain Names.
I'm going to be brutal here, sorry folks, but I'm not going to sugar coat things to make you feel good. I'm going to give you an honest professional opinion. Should you take my advice is up to you.
I will first state that some domains are ridiculously over priced as people do not know what they are doing and they are just picking random numbers out of hat in the hope that some one will pay for their ridiculous prices.
People need to be aware that domains serve a purpose to help drive traffic to a business and the best way of valuation is through working out the cost of the keywords when paying for PPC Advertising.
I have spoken to many marketing compainies that are only now learning the value of keyword domains whilst others believe that the websites they manage will drive enough traffic therefore the point of purchasing an additional domain would prove worthless.
The internet has overated the value of some domains
and people are under the impression they can get rich quick and leave their day jobs to work on beaches or near luxury swimming pools for only a few hours each day.
Some domains are not worth the money that people have spent on them. Unless your domain names are exact match keywords that are prounaceable,
the chances of anyone ever buying anything else is a distant unrealistic dream and nothing more.
Your keword domain names have to flow
and not be cryptic. Put yourself in the place of the person searching for something on the internet and type in those search terms not accronyms, anagrams or hacks. Think like your average Joe Blogs searching for something. Don't use hyphens or initals plus a keyword, ONLY use exact match keywords.
I have a service that I offer, 'Contact Me Before You Buy'
, ask me if your domain is worth buying or not and I will tell you straight.
I recently read that someone invented this formula on valuing domain names. This is nothing new!! Ask 'Google Partners' who manage 'Google Ads' how they work out budgets for campaigns. Phone Google
(You must have a Gmail account before you do and set up a Google Ads Campaign).
Yet the article was published on 'Forbes' website and they actually made it public is beyond me. The guy the wrote the article was only 50% correct in what he said. His statement said he had invented this formula which finds out how many searches per month your domain generates and then multiplies that by the cost of the keyword, he then goes on to say that you also have to multiply how many years it will take for your domain to be ranked by the search engines.
This is ridiculous in itself as any reputable SEO Marketer who knows what they are doing should be able to get a website ranked under 12 months let alone 10 years as it was mentioned. There would be hardly any point buying the domain in the first palce if it took 10 years to be ranked and I would fire the SEO Marketer for selling me a 'DUD' Domain if that was the case.
The naivity of people who actually believe this formula is something new are very much mistaken and to be gullable to believe his formula is accurate.The correct way of valuing of Domain Names are as follows:1)
See how many searches per month your keyword(s) generate.2)
Multiply that figure my the cost of the keyword.3)
Multiply the figure by 12 months as it may take up to 12 months to get your Domain Ranked for the first page of the main Search Engines. Every year after that is what your buyer will get ROI and save in PPC advertising if they were to buy your Domain Name.4)
Divide that Figure by a click through ratio of 2% as not everyone that searches for your keywords will necessarily click on your website and this is what Search Engines Charge you for when you have PPC advertising.5)
You can also determine that some domains may have been previously developed and have been ranked for many years generating organic traffic in which you would have to analyse the analytics and multiply your PPC adverting figure by the amount of traffic your domain name fetchs.6)
Finally if you have a website that either will be branded into a multi-million business and you know for definate that it is a new product or describes a niche that is unique such as for example www.500ctbluediamond.com (This is not a real domain name and is only used for example purposes).
Now imagine you have a jeweller who owns a 500ct Blue Diamond (which I doubt even one exists, by say for argument sake it did). The jeweller would obviously want to either advertise his diamond or try to sell it, although in the real world something like this would be auctioned in 'Sothebys' or 'Christies' and would have PR and Media Advertising attention.
But say the jeweller wanted his own website dedicated to this diamond and the searches per month were 1,000 multiplied by the example I made in points 1-4 and the cost was £20 per click this would make a total of £20,000 per month times 12 months of paid advertising would leave a total of £240,000 per annum divided by 2% click through ratio would leave a total of £4,800 but the value of the diamond was £100M and the jeweller ends up selling it for £500M. You could then in theory charge a real estate commission fee of up to 6% of the valuation of that diamond not what it could sell for as there are always uncertanties in every market including auctions.
So your hyperthetical asking price would be 6% of £100 Million equates to £6M in the most extreme cases of having a very unique domain name that a buyer would need in order to market their product. Otherwise stick to points (1-5) when valuing your domain names and although the free bot tools are not 100% accurate they can give you some information which may also be useful when valuing your domain names.At the end of the day s down to the Buyers Budget and if its out of his/her price range they will not buy from you, so you have to give them incentives such as leasing to still try and get a sale.*For the people who want to know the most expensive blue diamond ever sold in the world was also the largest blue diamond, known as "The Oppenheimer Blue", owned originally by 'Philip Oppenheimmer' and was sold for $57.5 million at Christie's Geneva making it the most expensive diamond ever to be sold at auction. The extremely rare sparkling gem sold to a private collector.
But to have a domain that will be the next blue chip brand or product you will have to be there waiting in anticipation of the next innovation, which may take years to develop. But as long as you had secured your domain then you could then be onto a winner and thats taking a gamble as it may never happen.
I personally try to avoid
the 'Free Bot Valuation Online Tools'
as they only give an estimation and are not accurate,
furthermore they compare to previous domains sold. Not everyone has the same budget and some domain names that are sold are protected by Non Disclosure Agreements so you cannot compare pricing properly.I recommend offering interested parties options to pay over a fixed term in monthly installments making it easier for companies to invest in your domain names. Companies are more willing to spread the cost than find 100K in one lump sum.
Before I go, a website not only needs keywords in the Domain Name it need keywords in its content, headers and metatags. Its not as easy as you think to simply buy a keyword domain name and hey presto,......... you have work on it and your SEO
to get your domain ranked. Its not magic it takes years of practice and you need to know what your doing.
Furthermore Business's are reluctant to buy from ordinary folk. I suggest branding yourself as a business and approach them professionally by introducing yourself and explaining why they should buy your domain name, this is the tricky bit and that will be another post I will make some time soon.
If anything I hope I have saved someone money renewing a domain name or considering buying one that has no vaue at all.Any questions just drop us a line to firstname.lastname@example.org
DOMAIN BROKERSPosted by CHIEF APP & WEB DEVELOPER Wed, August 29, 2018 18:12:09SCAM EMAIL ALERT:
Yet again these scammers are trying to steal my domain name:
This is not the first time I have had a similar email but again I will NAME & SHAME
them.I am publishing the email source as their email was hidden at first glance:
Received: from mx1.pub.mailpod1-cph3.one.com ([10.27.24.11])
by mailstorage27.cst.mailpod1-cph3.one.com with LMTP id MMiCKmu3hlsvIgEAMwKpMA
for <email@example.com>; Wed, 29 Aug 2018 15:10:35 +0000
Received: from a8-208.smtp-out.amazonses.com (unknown [220.127.116.11])
by mx1.pub.mailpod1-cph3.one.com (Halon) with ESMTPS
Wed, 29 Aug 2018 15:10:35 +0000 (UTC)
DKIM-Signature: v=1; a=rsa-sha256; q=dns/txt; c=relaxed/simple;
s=ug7nbtf4gccmlpwj322ax3p6ow6yfsug; d=amazonses.com; t=1535555433;
Reply-To: "Domain Notice" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: "Domain Notice" <email@example.com>
To: "Renata Maziak Barnes" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Domain Notification for bondstreet.jewelry : This is your Final Notice of Domain Listing
Date: Wed, 29 Aug 2018 15:10:33 +0000
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8";
Attention: Important Notice , DOMAIN SERVICE NOTICE
Domain Name: bondstreet.jewelry
ATT: Renata Maziak Barnes
Response Requested By
30 - Aug. - 2018
PART I: REVIEW NOTICE
Attn: Renata Maziak Barnes
As a courtesy to domain name holders, we are sending you this notificatio=
n for your business Domain name search engine registration. This letter i=
s to inform you that it's time to send in your registration.
Failure to complete your Domain name search engine registration by the ex=
piration date may result in cancellation of this offer making it difficul=
t for your customers to locate you on the web.
Privatization allows the consumer a choice when registering. Search engin=
e registration includes domain name search engine submission. Do not disc=
ard, this notice is not an invoice it is a courtesy reminder to register =
your domain name search engine listing so your customers can locate you o=
n the web.
This Notice for: bondstreet.jewelry will expire at 11:59PM EST, 30 - Aug.=
- 2018 Act now!=20
8/29/2018 8:10:28 AMOn closer inspection namename.org is for sale by www.buydomain.com which tells me the owner of namename.org has an email address specifically for sending out these messages.BEWARE & BE CAREFUL, THESE PEOPLE WILL STEAL YOUR DOMAINS IF YOU LET THEM!
DOMAIN BROKERSPosted by CHIEF APP & WEB DEVELOPER Thu, August 23, 2018 15:35:29LATEST DOMAINS LISTED FOR SALE!
DOMAIN BROKERSPosted by CHIEF APP & WEB DEVELOPER Tue, August 14, 2018 21:21:02DOMAIN DEVELOPMENT.
I don't mean to step on any ones toes or anything but I read a blog today from someone well respected in the community 'Rick Schwartz'
about developing domain names is apparantly useless.
See the blog here: http://www.ricksblog.com/2018/08/why-developing-a-domain-name-is-a-fools-game/
Yes I agree that developing domains for no reason at all is insane. But if you want to market the domain, developing a landing page with affiliate links is fine and whilst your waiting for the buyer to come along you are being ranked by search engines and helping to generate traffic for your new client.
This then makes your domain name more valuable.
The buyer may not neccessarily need your website but will be grateful for the traffic you accumilate.
I encourage domainers to have landing pages with for sale signs and information on the topic with search engine optimization so that you get listed on the first page of search engines saving time for the buyer concerned.
If you want a landing page with seo we can design one for you with marketing for as little as £49.99 but if you just want a simple one page advert we can do this for £10 per annum.
If you were selling a house you would put a 'For Sale'
sign outside your property. Therefore the same rule also applies to your digital asset and how else will you be ranked if you just use classified ads which are potentially what you are doing if you list on all the major brokerage firms?
Most firms do not do outbound marketing and just wait for a buyer to come along. We on the other hand inconjunction with www.cymrumarketing.com
go the extra mile.
For more detail email us at email@example.com
DOMAIN BROKERSPosted by CHIEF APP & WEB DEVELOPER Tue, August 14, 2018 11:59:34NEW DOMAINS FOR SALE!