Articles about Domains
What’s a domain name? No definition here, but whenever you reach a website on the web the address or URL of the site is a domain name. For example this website, Domain Sam has the domain name www.domainsam.com. This site, as well as most websites, has more than one page and all the pages on this site are on domainsam.com.
KBOXX.com – a brandable domain name For Sale
Here are some articles about domain names which explain in more detail some of the characteristics of domain names and how they might be used.
Originally I purchased GoodLuckQuotes.com domain name to be used with my WishGoodLuck.com site but managing too many sites kept me from setting up another quote site. I already have more than one quote site i. e BirdQuote.com and LuckyQuotes.com and they keep me busy. My loss can be your gain. A site using this name is most useful for anyone interested in good luck quotes or quotes in general. However, a simple 1-page money making site could easily be set up for insurance quotes using CPA offers. That’s probably the best use of this great domain name.
The name GoodLuckQuotes is a perfect fit for a quote site. You could also use it for any type of quotes such as insurance quotes, which by the way pay really good money from Google AdSense or CPA offers. Other kinds of quotes work extremely well with this great name. In fact, maybe I should eliminate this name from the domains I want to sell since it is worth way more than the price I’m asking, especially if used for insurance or other high value quotes.
Certainly there are other uses for the domain name that you can think of and by going to the domain name you will get a lot of ideas. So click the link above to see some potential uses for this excellent moneymaking domain name.
Domain Quotes of another Kind
“Occurrences in this domain are beyond the reach of exact prediction because of the variety of factors in operation, not because of any lack of order in nature.”
~ Albert Einstein
“PRESENT, n. That part of eternity dividing the domain of disappointment from the realm of hope.”
~ Ambrose Bierce
“Science can only ascertain what is, but not what should be, and outside of its domain value judgments of all kinds remain necessary.”
~ Albert Einstein