James Martell, founder of The School of Internet Marketing, sees new opportunities popping up online all the time. One venture that has been around for since almost the inception of the Internet is domaining.
In this edition of Coffee Talk, James sits down with Ed Keay-Smith to discuss domaining, the business of buying domain names and selling them for profit. Much like virtual real estate, there is a lot of opportunity in this venture.
Ed Keay-Smith has been building his own portfolio of domain names since 2005. He also owns OzDomainer.com, where he shares industry info and hosts a podcast all about domain names. Listen in as he shares his expert insight and success stories from those who have done well with domaining.
Domaining for Profit — Learn From A Pro
Domaining is a little-known venture that is allowing some entrepreneurs to make a nice profit. When it comes to making money online, there are a lot of schemes and tricks that get talked about, but domaining isn’t one of them — flipping domains can legitimately net you a decent income if you know how to do it right.
Whether you’ve heard of domaining before and want to know more, or the concept is completely new to you, this podcast contains valuable insight that will help you get started. Ed offers key information that you’ll need to know to start domaining:
– The types of domains to buy
– How to speculate the market and snatch up valuable domain names before others
– Real-life examples of what’s worked — and what hasn’t — for himself and others
– Exactly where and how to go about selling your domain names
Vast Opportunities Available as a Domainer
As Ed states, “A domain name is worth what someone is prepared to pay for it.” This might sound like bad news, but the fact is no one can authoritatively say what a domain name is worth. What this means for you is that the sky’s the limit in regards to your potential earnings as a domainer.
Don’t spend a dollar until you do your research. This podcast can serve as the first step. The “domainer” community online, Ed points out, also shares a lot of information. Domaining is not a competitive industry — don’t hesitate to tap into the opportunities you’ll find regarding flipping domains for a profit.
It might sound like an opportunity that’s too good to be true — you might wonder if it’s even ethical! Ed cuts through the misconceptions as he explains the difference between domaining and cyber-squatting.
Domaining can be an incredibly lucrative pursuit if you’re willing to learn and to work hard. If you’re interested in learning more about an enterprise that will bring you more income, listen in.