Written by Charles L. Harmo
Due to my other Internet activities I had relegated my hundredsof domain names to a low priority and seldom gave them muchthought. The exception was for some minor research for topics tocreate websites for a small number of domains. Fortunately, aregistrar who caters to those with many domains managed most ofmy names. Part of their service is providing a number ofstatistics on each domain name. In addition, the names (URL's)host a directory website where I can make a few cents (if I'mlucky) if visitors to the website click any of the links.
A few days ago I decided to take a quick look at some of thosedomains. I had a new idea for a few possible websites and wantedto see which ones were getting enough hits to warrant furtherconsideration. As I created a report showing traffic on some ofmy domains I was amazed to find one of my domain names had a lotof impressions (website page views). Where normally that namehad a few impressions each day it had several hundred that dayalong w
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Written by Jennifer Chiera
Somehow you've found your way to the internet, and if you'rereading this article, then you are one step closer toregistering your first domain name. Whether you're looking toregister a name for a personal blog, or for your onlinebusiness, the right domain name can mean the difference betweensuccess and failure.
Once you are familiar with the basics, you will feel confidentenough to make a sensible decision, and find the best domainname solution for your specific needs.
What is a domain name? The best way to understand theconcept of a domain name is to think of it as a mask, or thealphanumeric equivalent of an ip address. This mask allows youto access web pages on the internet in an easy to remember way.For example the domain name for this site is www.DomainBash.com. Thatis a lot easier to remember than something that looks like220.127.116.11, which is what the ip address that the domain nameis masking. Your domain name will essentially become your onlineidentit
Written by Michael Tee
What is a domain name?
A domain name is the address of your website and it looks likethis: (http://www.ebizmodelsyoucancopy.com/). Website addressesare unique, just as your personal ID; no one else in the worldcan have the same ID number as you. Likewise, once the domainname has been registered by you, no one else can register adomain name which is the same as yours.
Choosing the best domain name
The best name you can choose is always one that follows thetheme of your business. If the theme of business is "startingyour online business" then you should include words like "e-biz"or "internet" or maybe "internet business" in your domain name.
You see, the best domain names out there are ones that areeasily remembered. Visitors are likelier to come back if theyremember your domain name. So, if you want
Written by Gerardas Norkus
Recently I made a mistake that may cost a great deal of trafficto my new web site.
Let me explain...
I studied so many books about Internet marketing over the lastcouple of years that I decided to start a new web site, andshare my knowladge and experience with other fellow Internetmarketers.
Since I read lots of information about search engineoptimization (SEO), I intended to optimize all of my web pagesfor search engines from the beginning on, expecting Google to bemy number one source of traffic in the near future.
I did an extensive keyword research using WordTraker, made ablueprint for my product and article pages, and the time hascome to choose a great domain name for my new project.
I went to GoDaddy, the famous domain name registar, tried thisand that, and finally came up with a beautiful domain namerelated to Internet marketing - netmarketingstrategies.com
You probably know that Internet marketing is a very competitiveniche, so I was
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