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Sedo Likes GreenTeaVodka.com

Posted On Monday, June 29, 2009

Can it be? The last time I ran into sedo.com, they were thoroughly enjoying a cup of green tea vodka! In actuality Sedo helped me sell GreenTeaVodka.com recently and has come knocking on my door to complete the transaction. I paid a Go Daddy reg fee for the wonderful domain, which I found using a [...]

Harnessing the Power of the Open Directory Project

Posted On Sunday, June 28, 2009

If you haven’t heard about the Open Directory Project (ODP), also known as DMOZ, then consider this your wakeup call. If you have heard of it, but you’re not listed there, then you too can consider this your wakeup call. Are you awake? Good. The ODP bills itself as “the largest, most comprehensive human-edited directory [...]

Truth Buried In Internet Marketing Lies

Posted On Friday, June 26, 2009

Every day I get at least one email where someone is telling me a lie about Internet marketing and how to get traffic to my web site. I know that it’s a lie because as soon as I open it I always see some proclamation that reads something like this: “Email marketing is DEAD”, or [...]

Domain Afterlife: Let the dead send you website traffic!

Posted On Thursday, June 25, 2009

Attend a dead web site seance and you could explode your traffic overnight! OK, not a REAL seance but there is a way to get traffic, lots of it, from dead web sites using a very special type of ouija board. Every day thousands of Internet domain names expire. Maybe the person died, or they [...]

Welcome to dnpimping.com

Posted On Thursday, June 25, 2009

Hello everyone and welcome! I want to take this time to present my new web venture dnpimping.com, this site will feature my take on the domaining world and online marketing. Some of you may already know me from discredit.org, soon I will be merging the old blog into this site so no content will be [...]

Mistakes Happen, Especially In Domaining

Posted On Wednesday, June 24, 2009

I remember when I first started domaining most of the emphasis was placed on how much traffic a domain name received.  These days, the savvy domainer understands that traffic can be classified in a number of different ways.  I tend to classify traffic in two categories: 1.  Targeted Targeted traffic tends to directly correlate with [...]

DedicatedServerForum.com Sparks Interest

Posted On Wednesday, June 17, 2009

It’s been a few days since I accidentally ordered DedicatedServerForum.com via Pool.  I say accidentally because I don’t remember actually telling it to put the domain in my queue.  This is actually and error that I appreciate, as it definitely could of been a domain name that I did not want.  In this case I [...]

Facebook Land Rush I Got Lucky!

Posted On Friday, June 12, 2009

I didn’t realize there was a facebook land rush tonight until 20 to 30 minutes before it actually occurred.  Once I read a few blogs about the land rush I decided to come up with a plan. The plan consisted of writing down a few terms that I was interested in registering.  Although I thought [...]

Dropping Gold?

Posted On Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Would you drop a gold bar on the sidewalk while walking down the street?  Well if you are anything like me that answer would be an automatic NO! Then why are so many people letting domains drop?  I don’t think anyone can answer this question, nor will I even try to myself.  The best thing [...]

Snail Mailing Potential Domain Buyer Leads

Posted On Tuesday, June 9, 2009

The quicker the better right?  Blast 1,000 people with emails and you are bound to find a potential domain buyer.  WRONG!  Times have changed and simply emailing potential leads does not work anymore.  The amazing pitch email you took half a day to write finds itself flagged as spam.  In the end you are left [...]

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