List your domain name here

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sue-melinDo you have a really cool domain that you think everyone would want to have? Do you lack enough exposure online to properly “get the word out” about your one-of-a-kind domain name?

Hi. This is Sue Melin, site owner of premiumdomainames.com. A lot of you who came here today, do what I do professionally; you sell domain names.

Perhaps you’ve tried doing business on ebay. Or maybe, you’ve tried promoting your domain name through a mega-domain reseller site. Like Sedo.

So how is that working for you? Are you finding success?
If you find that your domain name is lost amidst all of those other domains, you may want to try posting your domain name here.

Post your domain name right here on premiumdomainames.com and enjoy all of the exposure that our website offers.

This website enjoys massive traffic and consistently ranks number one on Google and other search engines for a variety of relevant search terms. When you post your domain name here, you know that people from everywhere are going to see you.

So what are you waiting for? Apply now.

I won’t be accepting domains that I feel have nothing to offer visitors, so please send in your best domains.

You never know how much your domain is worth, until someone is willing to pay the price for it.

Don’t sell yourself short

Sign up today.

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HOW A PREMIUM DOMAIN NAME CAN HELP YOUR BUSINESS

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How A Premium Domain Name Can Help Your Business

When potential customers visit your website, they are looking to see how professional you are. But no matter how professional your website is, people may not even visit it, if it has an uprofessional domain name.
When your customer starts searching for you on google, they will see a description of your website along with it’s url (domain name).
Here’s an example
Romantic Novels|Paradise Books
We have all the latest Romance Novels.
Browse now
BooksRus.com
Now, if you look at this closely, the first part of this actually looks pretty good. But as your eyes move down toward the domain name, what do you see? Does it look professional? What does the domain name do to your overall impression of this business?
As you see an unprofessional domain name can ruin your entire business image.
So, why would anyone choose a domain name like Books R us if they wanted to appear professional?
The answer is simple: availability.
Lack of availability forces many website owners to settle.
As in, settling for a mediocre domain name.
Once upon a time (in the 90’s), the World Wide Web was just coming mainstream, and great domain names were everwhere. But not for long. Like the days of the gold rush, business owners, cyber squatters, and ethic domain resellers began buying up domain names like they were gold dust. Pretty soon, almost nothing professional was left to purchase for one’s domain name,
Earnest business owners, late on the internet scene, began settling for domain names with typos, similar sounding names, and even blatant corny abbreviations like, you guessed it, “booksRus”.
Today, many professional businesses are stuck with half-baked domain names that score low in the search engines and exude an unprofessional image.
It doesn’t have to be this way. Great domain names are everywhere. You just need to know where to find them.

Domain Superstar

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Being a domain name superstar is easy…just list your name with us, and let the offers roll in!

What is a domain superstar

A domain name superstar is anyone who actually manages to sell those pricey domain names in this cut-throat world

(big tip: you need to list your domain name on a website with first page rankings. Think: Premiumdomainames.com)

Who can be a domain Name superstar?

Answer: Anyone who signs up with us to give maximum exposure to their premium domain name. Sign up here.

How to be a domain name superstar

How Escrow Works

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When you order a domain name through our service, we have you make a payment to Escrow.Com, the number one Escrow service on the internet. These are the same folks who handle Ebay and Godaddy, among other big names.

Once Escrow.com receives your payment, Premium Domain Names then transfers the domain name to you. Escrow.com checks to verify that the domain has indeed been transfered and is now registered in your name. Then and only then wil they release the funds to us.
Now, you are the official owner of the website.

To learn more about this (though we pretty much covered it all) go to Escrow.com and click on domain buying.

Choosing the right domain name

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This is part II of our tutorial on premium domain names

Back to part I Forward to part III (list of domain names)All domain names need to be relevant to the product or service that they direct you to.
In general, the very best domain names are:
memorable
not too long (though there are exceptions)
readable
and have a certain ring to them
In general, the very best extensions are:
.com
.org
.net
and .co, in that order.
However, if you can get a single word domain, such as seamstress.co, then you should definately go with any of these extensions.
Single name dot coms command million dollar prices most of the time, if the word is at all relevant.
Most single name dot coms were taken long ago.
Dot biz and .info domains are not very popular, but, again, if you can find a desirable single word followed by any extension, consider it. The thing to remember is the quality of the keyword you choose. For example,
eggshells.info might not be worth much.
And always bear in mind;
The verybest domain name is the one that draws targeted traffic, resulting in sales.
To browse domain names, click here
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Domain name Basics

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Domain Name FAQs

(Browse Domain Names Now) In this article, I answer:

“What is a domain name”.

“How does a domain name help my website”

“Who can get a domain name”

“What makes a good domain name?”

“Domain name” is just another name for “URL”. An “url” is a web address. However, a domain name is an url with pizzazz, not geekiness.

Let me explain. In the physical world, an url would be your longitude and latitude. Your address would be your street name and number. A domain name is like having a memorable address to give people, rather than your coordinates. Yes, it’s true. Your website, right now, has a set of coordinates. Every “online” website does. Its coordinates are a set of numbers. In fact, right now, if you type in these coordinates into your address bar, this website will pop up. Obviously, it is a whole lot easier to type in premiumdomainames.com than to type a set of numbers. Which leads to my next answer

“How does a domain name help my website?”

If you were going on a blind date, and you knew nothing about the person, just their address, then that would tell you quite a bit about them. It’s the same in the online world.

Skidrow domain names abound, and your customer can tell the difference.

What sounds better booksrus.com or qualitybooks.com? When you see the words quality and books together, that tells you something. Whoever purchased that domain got a premium webaddress. They live, if you will, at a higher-end zipcode on the web.

“Who can get a domain name”

Almost anyone can purchase a “dot com”. If you are over eighteen, and aren’t violating any copyright laws, that covers most issues. Some extensions like .country (the extension of a country, .de, .fr) may be limited to residents of that country. It just depends on that country and their rules. In general, “dot com” domains are the most desirable. Go now to: Recognizing Premium Domain namesview premium domains

Recognizing a premium domain name

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Introduction to domain names

(click here if you are completely new to the “domain” of domain names =>)

Part one What makes a domain name good

 

Part two What separates a good domain from a great domain

 

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Part three How do I obtain a good domain name

(list of sources)

Part 1. What makes a good domain name.

As mentioned in my introduction, the best domain name is the one that fits the purposes of your business. If your domain name draws you traffic and brings you sales, then none of the rules apply.
There are, however, certain tips which can help you get a domain name that does draw the right kind of traffic who in turn buy your product.
Step one: Know your market.
If you are selling books, think of what book readers are interested in. Reading stories, right? If you are having difficulty finding domains with the keyword “books”, you can get a domain like goodreads.com or popularfiction. In fact, the more specific you are in your domain name, the more likely you will be to draw quality traffic.
Step two: Sound it out.
What would you click on if you were searching the web for a site on books? In the cyberworld, sounding it out is more than just saying it. Reading counts as sound. Consider this….the word “read” can be pronounced “red” or “read” depending on the context. It’s important to see how the url (domain name) actually looks in print. “Premiumdomainnames” looks awkward with two ns. Making it “premiumdomainames” just looked nicer.
Step three: Don’t be afraid to use hyphens, if your domain name looks weird without it.
While hyphens are best done without, sometimes they are necessary. For example, take my last domain that I let go. “Amoronline.”  Amor online was my goal. But look at it…without a hyphen, it looks…moronic.
Another reason to consider a hyphen is if you earnestly want a specific domain, but it simply isn’t available. I have “my-coastal-vacation” (which isn’t listed here), because at the time, mycoastalvacation wasn’t available.
It’s okay to use hyphens if you need to and mandatory sometimes, if it brings clarity.
Go now to part 2:”What separates a good domain name from a great one”