I’m reducing my site portfolio and raising money for new ventures, so this is a good chance for someone to pick up a few great, well established sites with stable, passive revenue. These sites require no updates or maintenance and get most of their traffic through search engines. I’ve acquired most of them during the… Read more »
Save Money and Save the Internet! Best deal you’ll find this year! In light of the recent SOPA controversy, many registrars are now offering discounts for domain transfers. Ok, to be fair there is no controversy – SOPA is bad, very bad, for the whole Internet, except GoDaddy, who helped write it and are now paying… Read more »
Here are further details as promised for attendants of my SEO workshop today at Gvahim, TelAviv. These are the links to online tools mentioned in the presentation. Keyword research tools: G keyword tool, G insights, WordTracker; G analytics Advanced keyword research: SemRush.com, KeywordSpy.com, MarketSamurai.com Backlink Checker tools: BacklinkWatch.com, OpenSiteExplorer.org More Link Tools: Majesticseo.com, Ahrefs.com, Alexa Bonus Site tools* (weren’t included in the workshop): Push2check.com, SpyOnWeb.com SEO Browser extensions… Read more »
Lately I’ve noticed several interesting site sales on DP and all had the same in common: – sellers were very eager to sell their sites quick and asked for quick offers – sellers provided only partial and outdated stats data – all looked like very good deals Many of the deals were quite enticing and… Read more »
9 Tips for Freelance Writers I’ve worked with at least a few hundred freelance writers over the past few years, so I wanted to share some tips from the webmaster point of view on how to get more business and more clients for freelancers. These are based solely on my own experiences. Always use Proper… Read more »
I’m going to Barcelona next week to attend the affiliate conference and enjoy the sunny city. If any of my blog readers plan to visit feel free to come over and say hi, or contact me to meet up for beers. Looking forward to meeting some old friends and making new ones, and checking up… Read more »
I subscribe to all major domain newsletters, have been receiving them for a few years now. I even have a special folder in my email account for that and set up filters to skip the inbox and send them all there, so I can store them and review later. And lately, I’ve been doing just… Read more »
Over the last year or so I’ve been experimenting with xrumer, scrapebox and various other greyish (I don’t know if anything can be called black any more these days..) seo methods. While there was quite a bit of positive effect at first, I’m now fairly convinced that these massive amounts of low quality links can… Read more »
Wishing everyone a happy and extra prosperous 2011. May your parking revenue quadruple and genuine end user request emails fill in your inbox! I posted a quick update of what I’ve been up to lately over here. What is 2011 going to bring to domainers? As usual some good news and some bad news, I’m… Read more »
I’m glad to see Bido is back up and running and would like to wish them good luck! I had some good sales there and think it’s great to see another marketplace trying to take on sedo for real. However, they really need to do something to increase the quality of domains there and attract… Read more »
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