Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by darrenjzy, May 24, 2012.
At least I'm cheap and always use a coupon roud:
Feel that, I ordered a big backlink package recently and after delivered realized I'd ordered it for somebody else's .com instead of my .net emd. FML eh?
Atleast you got backlink #1 now
lol !! This happens specially when you are rushing things or if you are too excited about something.
Ouch sounds like you lost more than $1
I did rush it. I spent some hours yesterday doing KW research for a few sites. Waited till today to register, only to find them no longer available. Poached I guess. Thought this one was still good. Nope.
I've done that before. I just parked the domain and it does get a little type in traffic.
You could also use it for a redirect domain.
Happened to me once, did a senukex campaign on competitor's .com instead of my .net
Sometimes being paranoid can be helpful, I always check things like 10 times...
I have done this to my competitor with .org mine was .net
yea ive done this too. it happens
I've done this before as well... just contact them wherever you registered and tell them you made a mistake and ask to have it replaced.
Worked for me.
I've done that before and I even checked it like ten times before I registered it. I still have the domain.
When I just started doing IM I got so excited to find homebusinnes.com available
I teached myself to tripple check these things hehehe...
I know how you feel
Yep, my one mistake of wiki links to a different .org that had similar EMD and their .org is parked! Lesson learned and I will never do it again!
lol lol a long time back I reg'd a domain, put up a decent theme and everything only to find out I had switched the vowels in the domain (I'm dyslexic lol).
Luckily I hadn't started backlinking, so I re registered the correct spelling domain and transferred the content over.
If you bought it through GoDaddy, they let you return the domain within 48 hours.
Hehe, Yeah I've gotten excited about other misspellings as well.
Separate names with a comma.