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  1. #46
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    yeah definitely a great post!

  2. #47
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    Bidawinner,
    Great thread. Very useful.

    I hope this isn't too much to ask, but could you (maybe using your airline.ws site as an example) walk us through how you approached putting the site together from a content standpoint?

    Like where you start to find content: Copy paste? Stock photo sites for related images...etc.(don't necessarily need links/sites..more wanting to understand the planning/builiding thought process.) I've heard of content providers that allow you to pull from their material...or do you just write the articles yourself (I'm guessing no.. I could see that being way too time consuming.

    Do you try to become an affiliate for various sellers that you put on your site? Is that a good approach?

    What does the term sites linking in mean? Are these sites that put your site/link on their site? And why/how did you attract them to putting your site link on their web site?

    I hope this is not too much too ask, but as a newb to not only domains but web dev. my hunch is this would be great for others who like me are interested in not only buying names but getting a little creative and doing some site dev.

    Thank you very much in advance for anything you can share.

    N Fran

  3. #48
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    Thanks Bid - very educational (and inspirational!) thread.

  4. #49
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    I second that, very well done. I hope you can keep winning bids, and I wish you continued success.
    Fizz that picture of the Island is pretty inspirational to me :-) Do you sit at the Tiki Bar with a laptop and make money?
    Those that are willing to give up their freedoms for perceived safety lose both.

  5. #50
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    I'll join the chorus thanking you for this post as well.

  6. #51
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    Originally posted by Domainmaster
    Fizz that picture of the Island is pretty inspirational to me :-) Do you sit at the Tiki Bar with a laptop and make money?
    Funny thing but the older I get (45 now) the less I drink...a couple of beers and I'm snoring

  7. #52
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    I can relate to that since I just turned the ripe old age of 41. It still looks pretty nice down there and as long as your having fun, what's the difference.
    Those that are willing to give up their freedoms for perceived safety lose both.

  8. #53
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    FIZZ so your a old timer 45 years old wow that is old are you smoking your pipe with your tartan slippers and cardagin and rug covering you to keep you warm
    me im a young 44 year old

    ps you know when your getting old when you hair on your head falls out and there is more hair in your nose and eybrows thats grows at alarming rates

  9. #54
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    thanks for all that info..........

    cheers

  10. #55
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    [i]Originally posted by domainscot

    ps you know when your getting old when you hair on your head falls out and there is more hair in your nose and eybrows thats grows at alarming rates
    Don't forget your back, Tommy. It's known as reverse evolution.

    Karen
    "Few are those who see with their own eyes,and feel with their own hearts"-Albert Einstein

  11. #56
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    Bid
    From what I understand you yourself have to keep on posting here because if you do not this thread will go to the archives and become officially closed.

    Bid, if you see that a certain two-word combination which you like gets lots of searches and high bids but is already owned by others in all possible extensions (TLD), would it be the same, business-wise, if you add

    a1...
    1st...
    or
    best....

    before these two words?
    Will it affect the possible bids?

    Claire
    A Management Consultant specializing in Hospitality operations, people management, employee motivation, and customer service
    http://www.easytraining.com

  12. #57
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    thanks for the help... google now makes a bigger credit w/ sites that have the keywords they target in the site name

  13. #58
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    Realy nice post, was realy healpful to me. Thanks a lot!

  14. #59
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    Great and interesting post. Very good info is written in it. Well-educated members here. Thanks a lot !

  15. #60
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    Originally posted by domainscot
    FIZZ so your a old timer 45 years old wow that is old are you smoking your pipe with your tartan slippers and cardagin and rug covering you to keep you warm
    me im a young 44 year old

    ps you know when your getting old when you hair on your head falls out and there is more hair in your nose and eybrows thats grows at alarming rates

    Ps now 47 how time flys

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