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  1. #16
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    Originally posted by Domo Sapiens
    But you see...as simple as it sounds to you it might be "Greek" to some of us or we might don't have the time or the domain might be better in the hands of professionals or semi-professionals (I for sure wouldnt like to see any of my domains get banned), it could also serve as a learning experience for some (from the sidelines)or even yet it might not be cost-effective in respect to the man-hours spent...

    Some domainers go ....ahhh
    when we hear words such as " Algorithmic Search Engine Optimisation"

    I don't think this service is targeted for developers (not even WP hogs)
    Two basic premises:
    1. Google (and i guess most SEs copy this in some way) was built on pagerank which is based on the number of incoming links to your site. more links, more important (like how often your paper is cited in the academic community). of course its gotten smarter as time went by, links should be from relevant websites, what the links say counts, etc
    2. SEs want to rank what is most useful to their users highest. so design and build it usefully (proper headers, text formatting, etc) makes a big difference (using h1 - header - tags are a great SEO tool). Also important is your titles. Unique content is also important to avoid getting tossed in duplicate content bin (omitted search results that nobody will ever see)
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  2. #17
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    Originally posted by trader
    I get mad when I see this domain since I reg'd it in 1995 from what I recall and let it expire thinking it was of no value vs the high NetSol reg fees at the time. Big mistake.
    I doubt the name was really worth anything in 1995. A good name by today's standards though lots of of 5/6/7 figure domains (in today's value) look to have been available back then.
    GamesRoom.com, Possum.com, Arithmetic.com on greatdomains auction, low reserves, priced to sell!

  3. #18
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    Originally posted by kohashi
    Two basic premises:
    1. Google (and i guess most SEs copy this in some way) was built on pagerank which is based on the number of incoming links to your site. more links, more important (like how often your paper is cited in the academic community). of course its gotten smarter as time went by, links should be from relevant websites, what the links say counts, etc
    2. SEs want to rank what is most useful to their users highest. so design and build it usefully (proper headers, text formatting, etc) makes a big difference (using h1 - header - tags are a great SEO tool). Also important is your titles. Unique content is also important to avoid getting tossed in duplicate content bin (omitted search results that nobody will ever see)
    I went to a semminar not long ago and that was the exact 2 things the speaker hammered on:
    inbound quality links (even if few , if coming from Big reputable sites )
    Dynamic Relevant fresh content .

    (and a few other items like title , good relevant description inviting people to check you out etc etc)
    Thanks for your input.
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  4. #19
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    Originally posted by bidawinner
    Rick you should consider adding a Press Release Service along with your Site building. First start off using PRwebs service for your clients as you build out your own PR foundation.

    Your clients with "better" websites/topics that you build can be introduced via a PR . Those sites will gain more backlinks and from Companies/People that really want to link to your clients sites. They will end up with stronger more relevant links and in the long run far more valuable for se ranking. In the short term they get a boost of introductory traffic from the PR.


    $250 for the mini sites is a bit steep for domainers with portfolios of hundreds , thousands and tens of thousands domains. But I certainly see it's usefulness and value for the domainer that has a couple domains on topics they have genuine interest but that they just dont know where to start or cant seem to get started .. So the 5 page mini site ..gets the ball rolling .
    Good idea. I'll mention it to my business partner.

  5. #20
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    The problem with this domain is that once you see it, you automatically start singing that song.... whether you want to or not, it just happens.
    There is nothing better than a domain.

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