The Three Most Overlooked Areas of Your Website

Building a quality website doesn’t happen overnight. For the people that drive a lot of traffic to their sites, they’ve either worked on the site a long time or have worked on the Internet for a long time. They’ve taken time to develop their strengths and compensate for their weaknesses. The question we like to ask here at… Read More »

Where Should Your Domain Name Research Start?

The veterans of domain buying already have a routine: when they’re interested in a new domain, they start their research. Maybe they consult Google for all its wisdom right away; maybe they explore WhoIs in order to make sure everything’s on the up and up. But the point is that every good domain buyer – and seller –… Read More »

Three Business Documents You Need to Buy and Sell Domain Names

Buying and selling domain names have become so commonplace that we might even venture to call it “easy.” That’s a good thing for us, since we are, but for some buyers and sellers of domains, this ease of use does come with a small caveat: when something becomes too easy, it’s tempting to not pay too much… Read More »

Why Is Your Website Not Selling?

In the western world, buying products and services online is a way of life. It’s become a part of our day-to-day interaction with the economy as a whole, which means there’s a lot of money to be made if you have something you want to sell. The problem, of course, is that your website isn’t selling as much… Read More »

Learn This Secret, and You’ll Flip Websites in No Time

Flipping websites, to a lot of people, is tough work. Not only does it mean that they have to find the right sites to buy, buy them at a reasonable price, and improve them – but they’ve actually got to convince someone else to buy the site at a higher price than was originally paid! Finding this profit… Read More »

Three Keys to Building Value Online

We’ve all heard the phrase “building wealth.” But how often have we applied it to our online businesses, our websites, and our online shops? Too often, people forget about what it means to build wealth – or value – on the Internet and simply assume there’s too little wealth to be had to be worth the investment.