Mega Domain Name Bargain Sale

Incredible Deals On Domains – Learn More

We’re offering Domains at unbelievably low prices this month. Get the best deals on domains starting at just $1.32. What’s more, we’ve got a 3-day flash sale on one of the most recognized and established TLDs -.NET – from 9th – 11th May 2017.

3-Day Sale on .Net

As part of the Mega Bargain Sale, we’ll be running a 3-day .NET flash sale, from May 9th, 2017 00:00 EST to May 11th, 2017 23:59 EST. Offer valid till stocks last. So enjoy this period and register as many domains as you can!

Please Note: We are resolving an issue with the Paypal Direct Payments and Paypal Express over the next 72 hours, however Palpal Standard payments are not affected.

Domain Promos this May:

TLD – .Biz
Promo Price – $ 3.03
Discount – 79.92% off
Valid Until – 31st May 2017

TLD – .Eu
Promo Price – $ 3.08
Discount – 66.12% off
Valid Until – 31st May 2017

TLD – .Asia
Promo Price – $ 2.52
Discount – 83.30% off
Valid Until – 31st May 2017

TLD – .Info
Promo Price – $ 3.84
Discount – 71.32% off
Valid Until – 31st May 2017

TLD – .XYZ
Promo Price – $ 1.42
Discount – 88.25% off
Valid Until – 31st May 2017

Start here: http://rightbiz.com/domain-registration/index.php

Check out the full range of Promos for May:
http://rightbiz.com/domain-registration/promos.php

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Making Money with Domain Names: Avoid Losses

Do you want to make money with domain names? If so, you will be pleased with your options. You can buy a domain name and sell it, make money through a parked domain, act as a broker to assist others with selling, or use a domain name to create a profitable website. With so many options, it is easy to make money with domain names, but there are some risks.

All moneymaking opportunities have some risks whether it be the buying and selling of domain names or pet food, risks are always involved. Despite the possibility of risks, there are steps you can take to ensure you make money with domain names, not lose it.

As previously stated, there are many ways to make money with a domain name. To reduce loss and increase profits, choose your approach wisely. For example, you can turn a domain name into a website, park it with ads, or flip it for sale.

Using a domain name is risky, but it is one of your most profitable options. By creating a content driven website with advertisements, you generate income overtime. This income is residual income. So, you may make $1,000 selling a domain name, but you could make $10,000 in five years with a functioning website. The only downside to this approach is the time that is required for website development and marketing.

Parking a domain name is common practice. When a domain name is purchased, but not in use it is parked. If you want to make money with parked domains you need to find a moneymaking program. For example, Domain Sponsor and Google AdSense for Domains allow you to setup an account and display pay-per-click advisements. When these advisements are clicked, you make money.

Internet users typically happen on domain names for sale by chance. Without content most have poor search engine ranking. If you have a domain name that is easy to find by chance, you are likely to earn more money with pay-per-click advertising on a parked domain. If not, you should only use domain name parking as a temporary solution. Use it until you decide to sell your domain name or create a website to accompany it.

As previously stated, you can sell a domain name you own. This process is referred to as flipping. Domain name flipping has the most risk, but it also has high earning potential. Your best chance for success is to choose a catchy domain name that someone will need in the future. Think of future movie names, business ideas, book titles, and so forth. By holding onto these domains, you may be approached by a buyer willing to pay big bucks. On the other hand, you can take a domain name and use a third party website to flip it right away, but the profits will be smaller.

To reduce losses and increase profits with domain names, knowledge is vital. It is easy to turn a content driven website into a moneymaking machine, but only if you are familiar with search engine optimization and ad placement. In terms of domain name flipping, research names to find the best. Don’t just choose any name like ajskfjsldfj.com. Choose a name that someone will want to buy from you.

Regardless of how you make money through domain names, choose a short name. Since internet users not only find websites by internet search but also by typing in the address bar, short names are in demand. Avoid using long phrases.

If you opt to flip a domain name, know what sells the best. In most instances, they are the names of movies, books, celebrities, business, and annual events. Professionals will register a related domain name well in advance, but there are no guarantees. This is your chance to make a huge profit. Hear of a new business opening in the area? See if the domain is available for sale. If so, buy it. The business owner with a purchase offer may approach you or you can attempt to make the sale independently.

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Selling Domains AKA Flipping A Website

Flipping websites can be a fairly easy and potentially profitable way to make some extra money online. This concept is the same as when an investor will buy a house, fix it up and turn around and sell it for a profit, the only difference is that you are doing it all in the virtual world, online. You will first find a domain name for sale, purchase it, put up a simple website and sit back and wait for a few weeks or months, then sell your website for a nice little profit.

While this is a fairly easy concept there is, of course, a little more to it. The first thing you want to do is purchase a desirable domain name. It’s unlikely that if you buy the domain name ‘Sue Jones’ you’re going to get many people who would want to pay for it later.

When deciding on the domain name you want to buy you should do some research to find a hot niche that has a lot of interest. It could be anything from toys for toddlers to designer handbags.

It’s important to find a niche that not only has a lot of traffic but where people are actually making purchases, then you need to do some keyword research to determine which specific words and phrases people are using when they search for products in that niche.

Once you’ve got your domain name, put up a website (a simple blog style will work just fine) add some compelling content then sit back and wait, or you can be a little more proactive and help your site grow more quickly by adding more content more frequently and also by doing some article marketing to get even more traffic. It’s up to you which way you choose to go, one will be easier but take longer and the other will be harder but get results more quickly.

When it comes to selling your website there are several sites online that will walk you through the steps so that you can list your site for sale, one of the best known is Flippa.com – https://flippa.com/sell

It costs around $9 to list your site for sale, and of course there are additional option sthat you can choose that are designed to help you draw more attention to your listing.

Here is a very nice article that provides some simple tips to help get you started:

8 Tips on How to Sell Your Domain Name

While there is no guarantee that it will sell for thousands of dollars, but if you go through the process of researching your keywords, choosing a hot niche for your domain and setting up an attractive listing, you’ve got a good chance of selling your site and making a tidy profit from a domain name that you spent $10 on.

I wanted to provide you with a list of other websites that you can sell domains on. When it comes time to flip your website, take some time and check them out and choose the one that will work best for you:

Warrior Forum – This is one of the most active IM forums online and is definitely full of many potential buyers:  http://www.warriorforum.com

DigitalPoint Forum – This is a very active marketplace for all selling all types of websites, domains and other digital products:

https://marketplace.digitalpoint.com

WebsiteBroker – This is one of the one of the best alternatives to Flippa:

http://www.websitebroker.com

eBay – They have an entire section dedicated to selling websites:

http://www.ebay.com/sch/Websites-Businesses-for-Sale

BuySellWebsite – This is an established site with a listing and appraisal service to help you get a good idea of what your site is worth so that you can list it effectively: http://buysellwebsite.com

Flipping Enterprises – This one is a little different. They are a website brokerage with ready buyers: http://flippingenterprises.com

And finally, consider RightBiz.com for your domain name registrations.

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Purchasing Expired Domains

It’s a sad fact, but many people start business websites and then abandon them when they’re aren’t making as much money as they thought they should be (of course there may be many other reasons why they stopped working on their online business, but getting frustrated and giving up is a common scenario). For this reason, people don’t always renew their domain names when they expire, these expired domains can actually be money in the bank to the savvy internet marketer.

The biggest advantage is that many of these expired domain names actually have a website that is ranked high in the search engines and has a nice steady stream of traffic. Buying a site that has a high rank and that already gets traffic will make it so much easier for you to make money since you don’t have to invest the time to start from scratch. No matter what some of the more unethical ‘gurus’ online may try to tell you, it takes time to get your website to the point where it is getting enough traffic to be profitable.

Allowing a site to ‘age’ can help the traffic a lot as the search engines tend to like older sites more. There is also the potential for there to be a lot of backlinks into the site, and again, building these links is time consuming so if you can benefit from someone else who has done the work for you, you can be that much further ahead.

Another great advantage is you might be able to pick up a gem, though it’s rare, in a market that has become saturated and it’s difficult to find a good domain name. This expired domain may be just the thing but you will most likely be paying a premium for it.

That brings me to another point, while there are many places online where you can buy domains that have expired you do have to be careful to not get caught up in the moment and overpay for a site. You should be willing to spend time to do your due diligence and make sure that the domain you are interested in is actually worth the amount of money that is being charged for it.

Some of the things you should check out are the number of back links to the site, what the page rank is and how long the site has been active. Some unscrupulous people will try to make a killing on a site that is no longer in it’s prime and not getting the traffic it once did. They will show you old stats that are no longer accurate as a way to trick you into paying more than the domain is actually worth.

Here are a few important things to consider that will help you determine the value of an expired domain name:

* Traffic – How much traffic does it get and is that traffic valuable?

* Buyers Traffic – Are the type of visitors it receives willing to spend money?

* Domain Value – How much value does it have? Here is a free tool you can use to get a rough estimate:
http://www.valuate.com

* Domain Age – How old is it? Keep in mind that search engines value older domains and often rank them higher.

If you know what you are doing and are willing to invest the time to adequately research any given site to make sure it’s still profitable, than buying expired domains can be an amazing way to get a turnkey site up and running (and making money) for you. Someone else has already done a lot of the work, now you get to reap the rewards.

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What Is Domain Name Parking?

Well, let’s say that you’ve got a great idea for a website, but you’re in the middle of another project and you won’t be able to get to it for a while. In the meantime, you don’t want anyone else to snap up that great domain name. With domain parking, you can simply buy and park it until you have time to develop the website.

Here are some tips to keep in mind when parking domains:

In most cases, it will work best if you choose a .com extension. They are still the most popular, and will be for a long time to come. Finding a domain name that is a highly searched term will help you attract free-targeted traffic. That is always a good selling point for a domain so make sure to take some time and do your research when choosing a domain name.

It’s a fairly common practice to buy misspellings of domain names. By doing so, you can assure yourself that anyone who misspells the word will still end up on the right site, eventually. This can help decrease the amount of wasted traffic.

It’s not hard to find a company to park your domains with. Usually the one you purchase the domain from will offer this service. It will take a little time and some research to find the best company for you, there are a lot of them around. Just check out each one that you’re considering doing business with before you sign up. Make sure you are completely comfortable with all the terms and conditions they offer.

Most domain parking services place ads on your parked domain and will share the profits with you. Look for a company that offers you at least 80% of the revenue earned by your parked domain.

Here is an article that has some nice tips and list of the best places to park your domain: http://kejanny.hubpages.com/hub/Top-10-Free-Domain-Parking-Companies-of-2013

By targeting the right keywords on your landing page you can greatly increase the amount of organic traffic you get, thus increasing your potential income. So choose wisely. Make sure that any company you’re thinking about working with will allow you a lot of leeway when it comes to the landing page layout.

If you want to increase your online income by using domain parking as another revenue stream, or if you’ve just bought up a bunch of great domain names but you don’t have the time right now to put websites up, you can make some extra cash.

Please also consider Domain Forwarding; this allows you to forward a domain name to another site, such as an affiliate link and is one of the free services available at RightBiz.com . If you would like to know more about our free Domain services Click Here .

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Choosing The Right Web Hosting For Your Business Domain

When starting your online business there are a few things that are crucial to your success, having your own domain name and a good web hosting service are two of the most important to online success.

Having your own domain name will not only give you complete control over your website it will also allow you to ‘brand’ your products, services and establish your business online. For this to happen you need a good hosting company that can provide you with a space to put that domain name and the website you build around it.

Think of it like this, a big storage facility where anyone can rent one, or more, storage units. You pay a monthly fee and will have varying degrees of access to your storage space. The company that is renting the storage space will take care of all the maintenance and service; you just have to watch out for your particular storage unit.

Web hosting is a similar concept. There are many companies that will provide you with an online ‘storage space’ where you can ‘place’ your website. You will be renting a portion of their server, or a whole server depending on your needs. You will pay a monthly fee and they will take care of making sure that their servers are up and working 24/7.

Popular hosting companies such as RightBiz.com will offer several packages to suit virtually every online business need. For many people a simple shared hosting plan (where you rent a portion of a server) that will allow them to host unlimited websites (as long as none of them require a lot of bandwidth) will be plenty.

If you are planning to build multiple websites, you might want to consider a dedicated hosting account where you can rent a whole server from your hosting company. By going this route, you have more control and a lot more bandwidth. However, dedicated hosting can be rather costly especially when you are just starting out.

Another option is a reseller account. This is where you pay to rent a block of the servers and you can sub-divide that block into smaller units and then rent those out. The hosting company will still handle all the maintenance and usually the customer service. Just check the specifics with whichever hosting company you choose. It is more affordable than dedicated hosting and works very nicely for multiple websites.

When choosing a host make sure you get one that guarantees 99% up time. You will lose money if your server goes down and customers can’t get to your website. Great customer service is another thing to consider. You want to be able to reach someone 24/7 if you have a problem or a question.

Most companies are quite inexpensive and if you pay a year, or more, ahead of time your actual cost can be as low as $3 or $4 a month depending on your plan. If you don’t prepay and you opt for a monthly payment plan you can expect to pay around $10 a month for a shared hosting plan which will still allow you unlimited websites. You may have some bandwidth restrictions with this type of plan but unless you are getting millions of hits every day, you shouldn’t have to worry too much.

When it comes to choosing the right web hosting plan, you should determine what your website requirements are and buy the hosting plan that suits your needs the best.

To get you started check out all the hosting plans available at: http://rightbiz.com/web-hosting/index.php – Click the “Hosting” tab/button, then take a look around at the Shared, VPS, Dedicated and Reseller Hosting plans.

Keep in mind that as your online empire grows, you can increase the size of your hosting account to meet you need and once you are showing a nice profit you can decide whether you should consider getting a dedicated hosting account, so you can have more flexibility in the bandwidth as well as other functions.

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Buying a Domain Name the Right Way

When it comes to making your online presence, buying a professional domain name is one of the best things you can do for your business. With so many free options available online, many people mistakenly think that they will be just as successful (and save money) going the free route, but there are a few problems with that strategy.

For one thing, when you’re relying on a free blog or website, no matter which platform you are using, you don’t own it. If the service that provides the site, say WordPress.com, decides that they don’t like something you’ve published, they can shut it down and they don’t have to let you know when or why they’re doing it.

Another problem using a free platform is that you can’t get a good domain name. You’re stuck with something long and hard to remember like; MySiteOn.wordpress.com. It’s important to have your own unique domain name not a hybrid name attached to the free service you’re using. Bottom line, it looks more professional to have your own name.

Domain names are inexpensive and easy to buy so there’s really no reason to not buy your own. With sites like RightBiz.com plus many more, you can get a domain name for as cheap as $10 a year or with our frequent promotions you can buy domains for under two dollars a piece per year, check out: http://rightbiz.com/domain-registration/promos.php .

When it comes time to picking out your domain name there are a few simple things to keep in mind:

Do keyword research to find a list of keywords associated with the topic or niche related to your site. Look for popular keywords that receive a fair amount of traffic every month.

Then try to get one of those keywords, exactly, as your domain name. For example, in the niche for Vintage Toys let’s say I found a great keyword that gets a lot of monthly searches without too much competition: Vintage Toy Cars.  Then I would want to use that as my domain: VintageToyCars.com. That way my domain name is a highly searched for keyword, which will help guarantee a certain amount of free, highly targeted traffic.

There are many conflicting opinions about whether or not you should get any domain with a different extension such as .net or .org for example. Personally, I will use a .com or .net whenever possible. I’ve found that any of them work very well for my needs and .net are very affordable. You’ll have to find what works best for you, but you need to remember something: many people will say that customers will forget a long URL or a different extension, which is true, but how do you target the majority of your customers?

Treat your online business like a business and establish your online presence and professionalism by buying a domain name. Don’t get fooled into thinking that going the ‘free’ route with your site is the best way to go. Just keep in mind that if you don’t buy domain names and rely solely on the free services you won’t actually own your fair share of internet real estate and you won’t be able to present a professional image online.

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Using Subdomains – Benefits and Drawbacks

Most businesses don’t like to use subdomains because they feel like they give them a disadvantage in many areas, such as having a prefix name before your web-site, being ignored by bots and index spiders in search engines and all in all, it just doesn’t look right. So let’s check our facts on subdomains.

A subdomain is substitute or second-level of a domain. A regular domain looks as follows: www.rightbiz.com . A sub domain looks like this: http://partner.rightbiz.com . Subdomains do not have www on the front of them. All subs start with “http://subdomain/maindomain.com pattern of identification.

Subdomains rank efficiently well. Search engine spiders and bots are not prejudiced when it comes to the ranking of subdomains and regular domains. As long as your site has the right SEO keywords and has been optimized, whether you have a subdomain or regular domain name doesn’t make a difference at all.

Let’s pretend that you site has a lot of categories in it. If you were to submit to a search engine, you could submit each subdomain as its own individual category and still get a good ranking.  Each subdomain would be looked at by search engines as a new site with its own index or home page. You may want to try creating subfolders on the subdomain to get around this so that search engines can read the folder as one set of site information.

People worry about their subdomain getting banned if the main domain name is banned. If the main domain is banned, it will have an effect on the subdomain. You see this happen often in adult content sites that have violated certain agreements that they have signed with a provider that does not want a domain used for adult material.

Again, there is nothing wrong with using a subdomain. If you want to develop each subdomain as its own entity, then by all means, do so. If not, get yourself a main domain name and use that as a certified landing page.

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Domain Names and Search Engine Ranking

Does the length of your website’s domain name registration affect search engine optimization and results?

Should you renew your domain name for a long period of time? And if so, how long is long enough? If you want to stay ahead of your competition, then you might consider looking at the length of time your competitors have registered their domain names. If your competitors have generally renewed their domain names for one or two years, you might consider registering your domain name for 5 or 10 years. While putting off your domain name’s expiration date might help your search engine rankings, keep in mind that this may be only a small victory when it comes to search engine rankings.

Its good business sense to register a domain for at least 10 years. You don’t want to deal with the annual process of renewing them every year. It’s best to obtain the domain names that you want to keep for a while and renew then on a 5 to 10 year plan.

If your domain name expires, there’s a good chance that someone will register your domain name immediately after it expires. If, for whatever reason, you don’t renew your domain name, someone watching a ‘watch list’ of expiring domain names will try to capitalize on the online business that you’ve built over the years. They know that there is potential website traffic they can have simply by renewing your old domain name. By renewing your domain name for several years, your domain name won’t expire for a while, and it won’t be opened up to expired domain name buyers.

If you really want to stay ahead of the competition, you might consider registering or renewing your domain name for 100 years. Currently, Network Solutions (www.netsol.com) is the only registrar I know of that is offering the 100 year option, which costs $999.00. RightBiz Enterprises ( www.RightBiz.com ), currently offers to renew or register a domain name for 10 years.

Yes, you can lose critical positioning in the search engines if you don’t reregister your domain name in time. You may have to start the SEO process all over again!

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The Mystery behind Domain Names

There are over 115 million .COM domains registered. That’s a lot of domain names out on the Internet that are either already taken or just parked in some obsolete spot gathering dust and all kinds of age. The most common names like loser.com. Jamesbrown.com are already taken by net investors who resell the rights to the names. Can you imagine someone having www.elvis.com ? He’s just waiting on the highest bidder!

There are 900 possible combinations for two letter sequences. If you’re looking for “ET” then you just won’t find it!  Even allowing for digits, again every single web address is taken. Of course, that’s ignoring the fact that .COM registrars now mandate a 3-character minimum length, so it wouldn’t be an option.

Many of the three-letter sequences are taken. Adding digits to a domain name creates a number of garbage domain entries. If you’re dying to acquire great domains and unique domain names, they’ll free up sometimes only to be auctioned off through unique domain name sales.

The longer the domain name that you choose, the more that the possibilities are that it could be available presuming that you’re willing to accept an arbitrary sequence of letters and/or digits. For example, most organizations have 4 letter acronyms (WQAM.com and AFTA.org so you may have a chance using over 4 letters to get the domain name that you want in acronym style!

Of course many of the registered domains are ever, visited, with a huge percentage having nothing more than a “parked page” (users pay domain registrars to put up ads for themselves on these type of parked pages). There are so many combinations and back door tricks to domain name cataloging and classification until the possibilities are endless.

The rule is to obtain a domain name that closely resembles your business or you are about, which gives you an identity and brand on the internet.

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