Domain Name- Domain Name Importance -
Domain Name Registration (Part One)
names are more and more important every day. Almost
like real estate; domain name registration has
become a part of ownership in many businesses online.
you have a domain name for sale or an available
domain name to offer this property has become
increasingly important to any web presence based company.
name registry is a growing part of a business
property. A new domain name should be carefully
chosen. Companies often decide on names that are more
keyword related and not brand related. WebPublicitee has
registered an internet domain name that has brand potential;
iGrabbed.com is one such example.
Buy a domain name - Domain name registration search
- Corporate branding
is based on an ancient Roman God highly respected
in history. We believe
that domain names that are based on history and
have a good ring to them are the most important aspect
in domain name registration. When you buy a domain
name or your business
or organization is to utilize a domain name
registration search, be sure to keep corporate
branding in mind.
Branding - Corporate Branding - Branding Strategy -
a domain name should include considerations
for product friendliness and acceptance by your targeted
Branding strategy must be incorporated
into any business
online, be sure your corporate branding fundamentals
are based on user friendliness and customer market
reach. Product branding consulting is offered
at WebPublicitee, if your company plans on having a
business online you
should hire a professional SEO specialist (Search engine
optimization). Contact us and we will be sure your
internet marketing strategy is on the right track using
proper techniques for your domain name.
Names Expiring - (Part Two)
Recently a message thread from Webmastersworld has
a statement from a known Google.com employee named "GoogleGuy" speaking
about changes in how expired domain names will
be effected by new policies at Google.
have expired whois records will no longer be able to
continue their PageRank® according to GoogleGuy from
has said "One
resulting improvement with this index is better handling of expired domains--the
for a domain will be reset when a domain expires, even
though dangling links to the expired domain are still out on the web. We'll
be rolling this change in over the next few months..."
There has been a flurry of webmasters or web savvy professionals
as of late gobbling up expired domain names in order to
benefit from these high PageRank® sites. PageRank® Explained
One use to be able to buy an expired domain name that
may have been owned by a company that has gone chapter
11 or just plain went out of business. These expired
website domains would be
up for grabs to new owners that would exploit these new
names with already established PageRank® gaining exceptional
traffic from search engines and bookmarked sites on other
computers. You could compare this to buying a business
for 1/2000 of the price and still owning their phone number.
Google has put a stop to this with the implementation
of new technology to make it impossible for expired
domains to keep their PageRank®.
Now when a new site that has expired is re-registered through
services such as GoDaddy.com (Domain
name registration) these new domains will
have to start from page one, in this case the last page
on the search
engines and work there way up from there. GoogleGuy states "you just won't get credit for any pre-existing links".
has been said that the domain names that will be de
already been compiled using pre-existing data from
the Google archives. GoogleGuy also said "We're using multiple
sources of data stretching back to 2000 in order to cross-check",
"When you register a domain for the
first time, you won't get
the old links
for free. You'll have to get them the old-fashioned way."
Those worried about previously applied penalties for previous
abuse of the search engines system do
have to worry about ending
that has a penalty attached to it's PageRank®. Be cautious
in what names you buy, you may end up with a penalized
PageRank® for a few months after it's purchase.
There are many folks out there buying expired
domain names for large amounts of money, this
will now change as there is no reason to buy a name that
just to gain free visitations from previous PageRank® placement
on the search engines from sites worldwide.
be sure the domain is not being sold for a high price
due to the strength of it's PageRank®. If
you want to buy a site that is already in business this
not been delisted. If you plan to buy a website that is
already working well, has a lot of unique users and has
high search engine placement, go for it.
If you have
any questions feel free to contact