Looking to submit your website or blog to search engines?

Many web users want to know what steps are required to submit a website to various search engines. You may wonder how to submit your website or blog to the popular search engines. I’ve read many posts regarding the search engine submission process.

Accessibility is the key to online success. Companies want their customers to find them. Bloggers are looking to establish a fan base. Whenever a person uses a search engine, the most popular websites will pull up on the top of the page. In addition, sponsor links are featured on top, as well.

Google, Yahoo, and Bing usually crawl the web to find credible websites. If you feel that you’re not reaching an audience, then you may consider submitting your URL to Google, Yahoo, and Bing.

The following links will take to your directly to the submission page. Yahoo and Bing only require a URL submission, whereas Google asks one to submit their URL, and then input a comment describing the website.

Yahoo submission:
http://siteexplorer.search.yahoo.com/submit

Google Submission:
http://www.google.com/addurl/

Bing Submission:
http://www.bing.com/webmaster/SubmitSitePage.aspx

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In order to offset the cost of .com & .net, try the following approach

Every domain investor is warning other fellow domainers about the .com & .net increases on July 1st. Domainers are rushing to renew their domains for multiply years.

It sure sounds like another ploy to increase profit. We already pay tenfold on everything from gas to daily essentials. There seems to be a fee on everything. If you’re looking to wait on registering your domains until they’re due next year, then visit the link I supplied below.

You can sign up for a free coupon account that will give you discounts on Go Daddy domains, as well as 8% cashback on all purchases which are done through using the website’s link each time. It is another form of referral based credit.

You don’t have to waste your hard earned money now. This coupon is also trustworthy in terms of honoring cashback payments. Be sure that you use it each time you purchase a domain at Go Daddy.

Use the link I provided below to sign up for a free account. Once you sign up, log into the system each time you plan to make a purchase at Go Daddy. Input go Daddy in the search window. Several coupons will appear. Select one that is customized to your needs. Every coupon offers the 8% cashback bonus.

Click on the coupon, which will then reroute you to the Go Daddy website. Purchase your domains as you regularly do. If you purchase many domains at Go Daddy, you will find that this approach is lucrative.

Good luck on finding the hand registered gems.

A CNN article about the domaining legends

If you want proof that domain investing is profitable, then read the following article written in 2005. CNNMoney.com wrote a great article on the power of domain investing, and how it made a few prominent domain investors multimillionaires.

Domain investing, if done right, can transform a meager life into a fantasy. Who would imagine that domain names could fetch millions of dollars? The domain pioneers knew exactly how to snatch up the best domain names to make a huge profit on ad revenue and reselling them to businesses.

Elite domain investors formed relationships with Yahoo and Google, making it lucrative for them to feature ads on their domains. Essentially, sponsors paid the two elite search engine companies to increase their web presence, helping to build traffic to their business.

Many high profile domains produced large results due to search window type-ins using a specific keyword such as homes.com. While most web users visit popular search engines, there are others who type-in a specific name with a .com after it.

For the most part, adult websites, loans, homes, investments, and sports domains capitalize off the traffic. I urge you to read the article because it gives one a glimpse of the domain industry from 2005. I purchased a few domains in 2004, but neer even considered them to be valuable.

My mother told me to invest into the company industry back in 1994, but I never listened to her. Instead, I chose to go after my Hollywood goals. But now, I find myself returning to my mother’s advice; computer programming, animation and domains are the wave of the future.

Listen to good advice to save yourself stress. Please check out the article on the “Masters of their Domain.” Awesome piece!

If you want proof that domain investing is profitable, then read the following article written in 2005. CNNMoney.com wrote a great article on the power of domain investing, and how it made a few prominent domain investors multimillionaires.

Domain investing, if done right, can transform a meager life into a fantasy. Who would imagine that domain names could fetch millions of dollars? The domain pioneers knew exactly how to snatch up the best domain names to make a huge profit on ad revenue.

Elite domain investors formed relationships with Yahoo and Google, making it lucrative for them to feature ads on their domains. Essentially, sponsors paid the two elite search engine companies to increase their web presence, helping to build traffic to their business.

Many high profile domains produced large results due to search window type-ins using a specific keyword such as homes.com. While most web users visit popular search engines, there are others who type-in a specific name with a .com after it.

For the most part, adult websites, loans, homes, investments, and sports domains capitalize off the traffic. I urge you to read the article because it gives one a glimpse of the domain industry from 2005. I purchased a few domains in 2004, but neer even considered them to be valuable.

My mother told me to invest into the computer industry back in 1994, but I never listened to her. Instead, I chose to go after my Hollywood goals. But now, I find myself returning to my mother’s advice; computer programming, animation and domains are the wave of the future.

Listen to good advice to save yourself stress. Please check out the article on the “Masters of their Domain.” Awesome piece!

http://money.cnn.com/magazines/business2/business2_archive/2005/12/01/8364591/

Sedo’s Changes.com issue

Every time I view the auction inventory at Sedo, changes.com seems to be featured on the list. What is the deal with that domain?

Changes.com is currently a Caribbean vacation website offering various travel packages. It looks like a parked page that leads visitors to vacation deals. However, I don’t think that changes.com has anything to do with travel. The website would better used to push sex changes, education, public policy, and or employment.

Physicians that specialize in that sex changes may benefit from a domain name that is specific as changes.com.

Another possible consideration is to employ changes.com as an employment destination for new college graduates.Since students must adapt to the changes in the job market, they can visit the domain to locate information.

Furthermore, changes.com may also be effective in public policy. The government is always looking to alternatives to decrease spending. Changes.com can reports on the changes in government programs.

Lastly, changes.com might work to help families or singles adjust to the changes associated with a relocation, job market and the mortgage crisis. These individuals are inclined to which changes they have to make in order to recover from an financial crisis.

The main reason changes.com is featured in every Sedo auction is that the owner is looking for $75,000 amount they think the domain deserves. In a domain forum, the owner of changes.com once mentioned his domain was worth $75,000.  As we know, changes.com is only ranked 1,656,493 on Alexa in worldwide traffic.

In the United States, the traffic is even worse – it ranks 601,389. Essentially, the owner has done nothing to improve the domain. There are 120 sites that link in, but that’s in result of the domain age – registered since April 6, 1995. On the contrary, there are 1267 backlinks, which is a good stat to demonstrate the success of the website in terms of the search engines.

Changes.com is not currently ranked on Google. I’m assuming the owner is only assessing the value of their domain using Estibot.com and Valuate.com. The keyword “changes” only pulls up Tupac’s song, David Bowie’s music, and of course changes.com in the 10th position. Changes.com is not even the master of its keyword.

WebsiteOutlook.com and 7Zoom.com also have good domain appraisal tools too determine the overall value attributed to performance factors.

I own a website that outperforms changes.com by a long shot, but Sedo already rejected it based on its lack of quality. This domain was once a websites, and tends to increase in traffic around the Halloween season.

What I like to know is how the owner of changes.com keeps entering their domain into every auction. They receive bids on their domain, but is not even close to the $75,000 they hope to receive.

Changes.com can bring in money of the name is used to promote the sex changes, public policy, education, and relocating ideas, as described above. For now, Tupac’s “Changes” song rules the Google search engine for the keyword “changes.”

I don’t usually ask others to help me, but….

I own hundreds of domains. I listed a few up for sale on Domain Madness and Suisun Blog. I will need your help to make my graduation next weekend. I worked 3 years to earn my graduate degree.

While others may ask for donations, I’m looking to sell some of domains. Essentially, I’m offering an investment, as well as an acknowledgment of a good deed. In return, I will write an article to thank all those who help me on my blogs, and at a few of my hosted domains.

Please browse my inventory. I have other cool domains that are not listed on my blogs. Inquire within if you’re looking for a specific domain name. I haven’t give up yet on the graduation ceremony, but it is looking rather grim that I won’t be attending next Saturday, June 26.

I will appreciate any help that will lead me to my graduation. Thank you!

My domains are up for auction at Bargain Domains.

6/9/2010 30 No AirForceBase.co.uk $6,200 $620 $0 0
6/13/2010 30 No LoanJobs.net $6,000 $600 $0 0
5/26/2010 30 No VallartaPuerto.com $2,800 $280 $0 0
5/27/2010 30 No PastryChefJobs.net $2,700 $270 $0 0
5/24/2010 30 No DirtyJobs.us $2,100 $100 $0 0
5/19/2010 30 No AnimationPrograms.us $1,900 $90 $0 0
6/13/2010 30 No MagicPen.us $1,900 $190 $0 0
5/27/2010 30 No ProductionJobs.us $1,900 $190 $0 0
5/27/2010 30 No WhiteDiamond.us $1,700 $170 $0 0
5/27/2010 30 No TutKing.com $1,600 $160 $0 0
5/26/2010 30 No TrackingLight.com $1,500 $150 $0 0
5/26/2010 30 No GreenChalkboards.com $1,400 $140 $0 0
5/27/2010 30 No FitnessTrainerJobs.net $1,400 $140 $0 0
5/19/2010 30 No ManagerialAccounting.us $1,300 $60 $0 0
5/24/2010 30 No CustodianJobs.us $1,300 $60 $0 0
5/27/2010 30 No CakeDecorations.us $1,300 $130 $0 0
5/27/2010 30 No BusinessLeadership.us $1,200 $120 $0 0
5/27/2010 30 No GreyEarl.com $1,100 $110 $0 0
5/27/2010 30 No HarborPearl.net $910 $90 $0 0
5/27/2010 30 No PasadenaCa.info $750 $70 $0 0
5/27/2010 30 No TrackRecord.us $730 $70 $0 0
5/27/2010 30 No GraduateLoans.us $700 $70 $0 0
5/27/2010 30 No MediaInfluence.net $690 $60 $0 0
5/27/2010 30 No Troubleshoots.org $640 $60 $0 0
5/26/2010 30 No CharcoalSticks.com $630 $60 $0 0
5/27/2010 30 No ChapelSistine.com $570 $50 $0 0
5/27/2010 30 No CalGrants.net $510 $50 $0 0

Bargain Domains

Are .mobi domains still a good investment?

I read about the death of .mobi on several blogs, as well as in a few newspapers. Should domain investors stop purchasing .mobi? How can this extension be dead when it’s still being sold at premiere domain companies? It makes me wonder about whether this is a ploy to increase the long-term value of .mobi.

I own 6 .mobi domains: Pier39.mobi, CableCar.mobi, YellowCabCo.mobi, EmpireStateBuilding.mobi, forces.mobi and fitnesstraining.mobi. If these names were .com versions, they would make me a fortune. I would definitely take a vacation after making a sale.

The reason a few newspapers wrote negative stories on the death of the .mobi extension is because the I-Phone’s .com button may have influenced users to overlook the advantages of .mobi pages. I-Phone users are essentially being pointed to .com instead of a .mobi page, which basically sabotaged the ,mobi domain.

The only .mobi domain I tried to move was Pier39.mobi and FitnessTraining.mobi. I’m still looking to find buyers for the .mobi domains above. I feel they are good names but negative publicity is preventing an end-user or an investor from acquiring them.

I don’t hae much to lose if the .mobi extension tanks. I did happen to avoid purchasing several .mobi domains due to the negative stories. Because Sedo keeps selling .mobi domains, I’m suspect to the death of the .mobi. Only time will tell the tale of the .mobi domain extension.