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  1. onemillion

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    Hi everyone,

    Just bought a couple of domains, and plan to buy a few more....

    Does anyone have any general advice on monetisation. I have zero coding skills. Also, where is the best place to buy? I bought some from GoDaddy, but someone told me Moniker are a good company to buy through.

    Is there really a huge difference?

    Cheers
     
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    Welcome to AD, are you talking about .co.uk domains or .com?

    Mini sites are a good way to monetise domains with traffic and pick some traffic up. There is a good thread on them here.
     
  4. onemillion

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    Both I think.

    Is it better to buy .co.uk sites from UK cmopanies, and .com from US?

    Cheers
     
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    .com companies don't always have a good grasp on how to deal with .co.uk transfers and updating of things like the Tag.

    Isn't Godaddy $10 per year which would be about £10 per 2 year reg, you can buy cheaper than that elsewhere. £5.90 (£6.93 incl vat) for 2 years with UKreg.com
     
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    Thanks sji2671.

    I saw in one of the other threads that you run the selfmademinds website. It's a great site, and very useful.

    I noticed you have a Mediajump implementation on there, does it offer a good return. I think a similar thing would work quite well on some of my domains, rather than straight Adwords or affiliate.
     
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