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Good Domain Course?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by klopklop, Oct 21, 2009.

  1. klopklop

    klopklop Registered Member

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    Hi guys/gals,


    I've stopped buying stocks since a friend of mine started buying domains instead of stocks. This fucker:p don't want to tell me his secrets for buying good domains.

    Can someone recommend a course or ebook to me?
     
  2. Guaji

    Guaji Regular Member

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    I will recommend not buying any book/ebook about domains, just search for domains forums and start to read. You will find a lot of people that will help you and a lot of interesting guides/tips.
     
  3. klopklop

    klopklop Registered Member

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    So there isn't a good course or ebook?
    I actually don't want to search a lot of places for good content. I'd prefer a book or course where I can find everything i need in 1 place.
    I would really appreciate if someone can recommend me a good domaining book/course.
     
  4. twisted_one

    twisted_one Regular Member

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    I personally don't recommend anyone to read books when you have access to Internet. Like Guaji said, you can gain more information from forums as the tips come from many experienced people unlike books where only one author shares his experience. I am saying this just because you asked for it

    These are some of the good ones:


    • How to Select & Buy an Elite Domain Name by Steve Baba
    • The Domain Game by David Kesmodel
    • Domain Names for Dummies by Susan Wels, Steve Newman
    • The Domain Name Handbook by Kathy Burns-Millyard
     
  5. kanshu

    kanshu Regular Member

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    Choosing a domain is more of a marketing activity. Basically, just ask yourself, Is it easier to sell products/services with this domain?

    By the way, you should have several candidates for one business idea. The ideal domain is the one that makes selling easy. Or, good domain = easy sell.
     
  6. leperrine

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    Bid on pr2 or above domqin on godaddy do some keyword research find niche that isn't to compettive optimize new domain with a website once you get good traffic and affiliate sales or adsense earnings sell website on flippa.com boom easy money!

    Look around on flippa and see what sites are selling
     
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  7. ronsteve

    ronsteve Newbie

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    If you are not into marketing a website maybe you want to buy domains to park them and make some residual income?
     
  8. Weberster

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    As it has been said in this thread, you can gain a lot of insights from reading forums such as BHW. On the other hand, if you really want to read and eBook, my recommendation to you would be Morgan Linton's course, conveniently called "Domain Flipping". Hope that helps.
     
  9. farfetchedmoney

    farfetchedmoney Regular Member

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    DO YOU MEAN FIND DOMAIN FORUMS? IF SO, WHICH ONES DO YOU RECCOMEND. AS I DON'T KNOW ANY FORUMS THAT TALK SPECIFICALLY ABOUT BUYING AND SELLING DOMAINS.
    Again what forums are you two refferring too? Where are these experienced flippers?

    :hmmmm2:, trying to figure out is that what they really meant