DOMAIN SPACE MARKET GROWS INCREASING DOMAINS COST OF DOMAINS
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), which owns Internet domain management, accepts proposals for registering new generic top-level domains. There are currently 21 global top-level generic names and 250 top-level country code domain names. In addition, there are 30 international domains displayed in local language characters. The new generic top-level domains provide tremendous opportunities. You can become the only registrar of the extension domain, but it is expensive. The application fee for the new generic top-level domains is $ 185,000. Add to this the cost of maintaining a critical Internet infrastructure. In addition, you will have to pay $ 25,000 a year for ICANN. You can get from a new extension by registering new domains. Before a new domain extension is open for registration, it is likely that trademark owners may claim ownership of their brands and trademarks. Try to buy shared domains with the new TLDs (Top Level Domain). Step one. Tip 1. Buy domains with well-known names in new zones. For example, in the .com zone there are a lot of famous names such as GoDaddy.com, NameCheap.com, Name.com, BigRock.in and Net4.in for famous names there is already very little space. On the other hand, if you take not the .com zone, but the new zone, there is a lot of space for famous names. Tip 2. Always keep abreast of world events; this will help you identify new opportunities for old domain zones. For example, the domain name Olympic-Games-London2012.com was auctioned for $ 45,000 on Flippa.com, the market for websites and domains, more than a year ago. Other domains based on the Olympic Games in London will also be valuable, since the chances are high for such a domain name to get to the top in search engine search results. You can buy domains from markets such as Flippa.com, Sedo.com, Auctions.GoDaddy.com, SnapNames.com and AfterNic.com. However, prices in the secondary market are usually high. You can also buy domains that their owners have refused. It may seem strange to buy a domain that has been rejected by its owner, but you can become the owner of good virtual real estate in places like SnapNames.com and Auctions.GoDaddy.com.
TASTING A DOMAIN NAME
Methods for tasting a domain name. Many domainers use this tool to analyze the potential revenue of a domain name through advertising. All Icann registrars offer a five-day grace period for new domains. You can delete the domain during this period and get your money back. Domains register new domains and direct traffic to ad serving sites. Names that receive payment traffic and bring more money than the cost of registration are saved. The rest will be canceled. Domains use degustation to expand their portfolio of profitable names that generate money effortlessly. Although domain tastings are disapproved by the registrars themselves. The purpose of the grace period is to identify errors in registering a name, and weeks to investigate marketing of domainers. After registering a domain name, you need to wait for a while until the buyer appears or the price rises in offers or auctions. During this period, domains can be parked and receive a small income at the same time, Sedo.com, Afternic.com and DomainSponsor.com provide such services. When the domain is flogged, a page is created whose address is your domain, the content of the page is the display of ads that helps to track the activity of visitors. Domain parking not only generates income while you are looking for a buyer, but also gives an idea of the quality of your domain in order to better assess its value. Parking a domain will help you find out where the traffic comes from, what people are looking for your domain, etc. Displaying ads is not always the most profitable way to make money on domains. Domains can also be used to redirect website visitors. To quickly sell your domain, you can post information about them in markets and forums. A simple ad on the site can also help you. Beginners should understand that the price of a domain depends on how desperately a potential buyer needs it. Domains are often carried away by large domain transactions. They do not understand the potential of their field and often reject good offers.
LEGAL CHECK OF DOMAIN NAME
Validation of a domain name within the law. Paradoxically, domain names with correct typos are also effectively sold. Experienced domainers use this technique by registering domains with incorrect spelling of popular keywords in the domain name. For example, Cheptickets.com (a typo for cheap tickets) was reportedly sold for $ 200,000 three years ago However, y.ou should not register domains based on trademarks and brands, even if it is a typo.