Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by Nosence, Mar 26, 2011.
Are .info domains any good to run CPA offers, or are they on there way out?
Sorry I wasn't able to drive a full meaning off your post
Are you asking whether they're good for signing up for CPA companies? Or are they good for SEO?
Please elaborate and I'd be happy to help.
i thought i will find a coupon code here
hahaha.. same here!
They are 89 cents on go daddy, no promo code
Are they decent to use as domains for CPA offers, is basically what I want to know?
they are so cheap, so are they on the way out?
I have read so many different opinions about those not-so-popular extensions that I don't really know if they are good or not. Some people (very professional people who really should know what they are talking about) say that you can rank as well with info than with any other extension. The problem is that many people only click on those popular domains because they don't really value rare domain names high in terms of trustworthiness.
My opinion is that you should be able to rank well with info but it might take some more work.. I have a site with WS extension and it's ranked very high with a competitive keyword in adult industry..
i've had good success w/ .info and cpa
me same thought for a coupon code
I have had great success with .info's in the SERPS. If you think about it there are cases where having the word 'info' in the URL can be attractive to readers.
Do keep in mind though, that they won't be as cheap when it comes to renewal time.
I dont think .info are as worth as other's but you can still make money out of them (so YES you can) is the answer
Perfect for 301 redirects to hide your backlinks...
what is the renewal price on a .info?
Godaddy is jacking its price as often as Gasoline!
I know many folks who monetize on .info's all day long. I personally only use them for app hosting, cloaking/blanking and redirects.
As with most things, there's a lot of grey area questions. You can make money on a site in the sandbox, afterall, or one that isn't even indexed in the serps, so a domain name for under a buck is worth a great deal more, depending on what you do with it.
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