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Tight budget and domains - What to do?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by cheesecake, Mar 3, 2011.

  1. cheesecake

    cheesecake Regular Member

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    Hi guys, I'm on a very low budget atm.

    I want to start with CPA and CB.

    Basically I'm not interested in SEO or anything because I will be using a website as landing pages.

    For example, If I decide to promote products on twitter, by far the best way would be to have a domain name with the actual product or keywords in it. Just for trustworthiness or whatever you want to call it.
    But that of course means that I would need to buy a domain for each product or CPA offer.

    What do you guys think about getting something like : www.reviewsite.com and then using subdomains for the products and then on the main site have them all mixed up.

    Example:
    product.reviewsite.com
    or
    www.reviewsite.com/product


    Or something generic as the domain name.. you get the idea.


    Anyone have experience or stats for this?

    Maybe someone has tried both and can let me know what worked best.

    So, the dilemma is: Get 2 o 3 rich keyword domains for 2-3 products and take my chances with those, or option B: the "review site" approach.
    Or maybe .info domains, but I believe this could be approach C.
     
  2. littlewebdragon

    littlewebdragon Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I would go with:

    domainname.com/product1
    domainname.com/product2
    etc...

    Don't go with .info or subdomains for single landing page... I've done that in the past, but IMHO it does not look very professional...