Selling a Project with a $3k Monthly Income One of the projects I’ve been working on for the past few months is vi.sualize.us – old photography and pictures sharing community website. The website used to be quite popular back in 2010-2012, but due to near-criminal neglect, lack of updates, and the emergence and meteoric growth of Pinterest,… Read more »
People who are new to domaining ask me from time to time how can they get started, how to make money, how to flip, what to buy etc. It’s not a question one can give a precise answer on, but my suggestion is this: buy for quick flipping when the market is high and buy… Read more »
Over the last couple weeks I’ve searching and testing various tools and software that help check and track ranks in Google mostly, but also in Yahoo and Bing. Anyone who does any SEO at all knows how important it is to check your serps from time to time to be able to see the results… Read more »
My previous site flip post generated a lot of interest and over 1500 views, so I decided to post about another one. While in the previous post I didn’t post any details that can help identify the site in respect to the buyer and since the transaction was relatively recent – about a year ago,… Read more »
Here is a story about one of my web adventures that might be interesting to my readers. Along with domains I also buy/sell and maintain many websites, some of these are adsense sites with unique content, seo traffic and stable history. I purchased many of these over the years and almost all turned out to… Read more »
Having to host dozens of different sites I have many shared hosting accounts, some VPS’s and a dedicated server. One of these cheap shared accounts is with fatcow.com and recently I needed to add some redirects to “mask” the long and ugly affiliate urls. I usually do this with a 301 redirect through .htaccess. There… Read more »
Some domainers seem to think that a logo can make or break a good site. I have news for you – it can not, unless this is a site selling logos, and even then it’s not that important. Recently I was building some new sites and needed to get about 20 different logos done. I… Read more »
Over the last 4 years I’ve been using freelancers, a lot. Hundreds of different projects with at least a few hundred different programmers, designers, writers, data entry guys etc. It didn’t always go well – in fact the first few times I was charged large sums for not working scripts or crappy looking designs. But… Read more »
Affilicon, Affiliate Marketing Conference & Exhibition in Israel, is taking place next week on Nov, 24-25. Around 1000 people are expected to visit the conference. I’ll be there as well, so if you are attending drop me a message and we can meet up and chat, or just say hi. 🙂
And now you can do it on Sitepoint premium marketplace there is one for sale. PR6 sites are seen for sale very rarely and PR7 even less than that. But here is a real PR9 site! With this SEO weight you can rank in google for pretty much anything with limited amount of content and… Read more »
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