$40 for about 600 words. I've tried many of the writer marketplaces and it always comes down to: you get what you pay for
Last year, Godaddy changed how they accept coupon codes. Now, they only allow one usage per coupon per account. So regardless of the code, if you...
All invalid codes.
Both. Mix it up. Building links to the homepage is beneficial because it trickles down the link juice to all your sub-pages.
Depends... are you looking for quick cash or long term investment?
Right now, short domain names (numerics and letters) are selling like hot cakes.
Focus on the website first. Once you have a good amount of content, you can start applying for affiliate programs that are relevant to your...
With services like DomainTools, yes, you can see the whois history of a domain name.
Keep in mind, that you cannot transfer a domain out of...
Which domain extension are you looking to renew?
I'm not a kid... I'm probably older than you are. Big deal that you can rank sites pre-May. You clearly have no idea what Sandbox is about. It...
It doesn't take much to find info on google sandbox... just run a search on google. And no, I'm not repeating drivel. You don't know me. I've been...
I've sold several websites before, on Flippa and various webmaster forums.
I've never done black hat, but I can tell you it will turn people off....
One more thing: always use an escrow service to handle the transaction.
Proceed with caution. Newbies can easily get scammed by website sellers who may be faking their traffic and/or revenue. Not only that, you need to...
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You are willing to not use a good domain name just because of your whois history? You can turn on whois privacy and it will hide your whois data now.
FreeMarket is not as great as it seems. Less traffic than Flippa, and some questionable things going on with their auctions.
Yeah, that's what I do as well. You save a lot of money that way.
Try this one for renewals: 35REN314
Do a simple Google search: "link:domain name"
Search without the quotes.
If your site is new, it's probably Google Sandbox. The more competitive your niche, the longer it may stay there.
Check out QuickSprout or Moz - they offer pretty comprehensive guides.
Separate names with a comma.