Killer Domains: Tools & Techniques to Find the Perfect Domain Name
This is a bit off topic, but many of our readers also have websites or are planning to create one, so I figured that they could be interested on my recent ebook. It is titled “Killer Domains: Tools & Techniques to Find the Perfect Domain Name.”
Here is a quote from the launch post:
If you tried to find some good domain names lately you know how disappointing the experience can be. It feels like all the marketable domains are already gone. And the problem is that the success of your website starts with the domain name.
If you use a structured research process with efficient tools and techniques, however, I am sure that you will be able to find dozens of good domains that are still available, or to find registered domains for sale that will represent an excellent investment.
If you are planning to buy some domain names I think it could be worth it. You can buy the ebook for $17 here. I am also offering full money back guarantee, so if you don’t like it you will get refunded.
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3 Responses to “Killer Domains: Tools & Techniques to Find the Perfect Domain Name”
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Whether or not it would be kind of refreshment to the website, I totally agree with this new idea of creating a social forum for this site.
As a subscriber to your ‘daily writing tips’, I notice that I almost never visit the actual website anymore. I think a forum could change all of that-it can really boost the website’s success.
I thought I was going to be fancy and name my domain after my book series. Which I did and kept it for 18 months. I realized that I’d be better served as a writer by having my name in the domain name than something “fancy”. It’s helped – my page views have gone through the roof.