Discussion in 'Introductions' started by ElfandWitness, Sep 22, 2011.
Just thought i would say hello.
Any advice for a newbie?
Do you have any domains, good or bad, that you could mention in your intro? It's kind of a forum tradition . As for advice, I'd say to spend a week or two reading through the forum. There's plenty to be picked up by learning from others experiences.
I only have two so far
fantasyprem co uk
boosterboxes co uk
What you think?
May I ask why you registered these domains ?
I think they are are not worth the reg fee.
I bought them a while back, seamed a good idea at the time, but after doing quite a bit of reading up I now realise how wrong I was.
You live and you learn and £10-ish is a small price to pay.
Welcome to the forum, Fantasyprem is not worth much (reg fee?), but could be used for a work related fantasy league or personal project
Boosterboxes, These are like booster seats no? Stick an amazon aff site on it and see? If it makes £10pm the name could* be worth 100+
* meaning you can prove 12 months earnings.
Anyway good luck with them & welcome again
Nice name/s elfandwitness,
boosterbox could perhapse work as a tv booster site, theres even a shoplifting meaning for the term at urbandictionary!
Fantasy Prem was bought because of the monthly searches for the term and boosterboxes was bought on a whim as I used to sell trading cards.
Boosterboxes = A box of trading cards
But I like some of the ideas to do with it.
Can any body advise me on what price people sell already set up mini-sites for, is it:
Monthly Income x 12
One last thing are hyphened domain names good if I plan to develop a site on them.
I never knew that about trading cards Learnt something new today!
Popupblokes suggestion is better than mine, tv booster sounds more like it.
Roughly speaking, yes x12, but for a site older than 12 months and with good earnings proof you could command up 24x or 36x or more, it really depends.
Hyphenated names - according to Matt Cutts will rank just as well as a non hyphenated, But 99% of Acorn will tell you otherwise!!! I don't have a problem with them.
Separate names with a comma.