Joe Higgins, Senior Sales and Strategy Consultant at RookMedia.net join Victor. Victor and Joe unveil domain parking mechanics with distinction given to how where parking services differentiate themselves. Learn how the advertisers and landing pages are selected for your domains, and some metrics that may help you earn more from your inventory.
What categories of domains monetize best, what ccTLDs monetize, how does international traffic compare in monetization to U.S. traffic, and more as Victor speaks with with Joe Higgins and Simon Pupo of Rookmedia, the PPC company that is turning heads with great performance, shares insight on how they achieve success in todays PPC market.
As ICANN reveals gTLD expansion domain application list. Victor discusses what Google reveals about domains and how they are looking up the new gTLDs skirts.
Part Time Buying and Selling of Domains for Full Time Profits as Chef Patrick and Morgan speak with Shane Cultra from DomainShane.com.
Morgan welcomes Braden Pollock, President of Legal Brand Marketing based in Woodland Hills, California. Braden is a lead generation expert and a major Domainer with thousands of domains â€“ hes also managed to do what almost no other Domainer has â€“ created a synergy between online and offline businesses.
Brian G. Johnson of NetMarketingCourse.net discusses monetization solutions for non PPC quality domains to maximize payouts and how to monetize domains once traffic arrives.
SEOP VP of Sales Zach Roth offers insight on the importance of domain names to the leading search engines, and their country code distinctions.
Andy Denton, Co-Founder at 140Media, COO at Realty.com discusses how these websites have transformed through the years, as well as his handling of iHomes.com, FindHomes.com, and other real estate related websites.
371 thousand dollars in domains are sold at the 2008 Affiliate Summit West Domain Auction including offer.com for 180 thousand dollars, on location from the Rio Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.
Stephen Webb is a life-time entrepreneur who has build several businesses over the years in partnership with his wife. His first company was based on his childhood dream of designing and building furniture. Together, the Webbs built a successful business with several hundred accounts and thriving catalog sales, before selling the company. The pair then developed a successful business in real estate rentals and sales in the active South Carolina market, before recognizing the value of digital real estate (or domain names) approximately 2 years ago. They have since built the largest portfolio of domains preceded with “I Am” and “We Are” in the domain industry.