When I started out in self-employment, I traded under the name ‘New Dawn Graphics’. Looking back, it’s cringeworthy, and I can vividly remember the arduous journey involved when choosing a name.
It’s vital to work under a name you’re 100% happy with, but equally essential is the availability of the domain name. My naming process would’ve been a lot smoother if there was an accessible a source of tips for buying domain names.
Now, three years on, there is. Daniel Scocco of Daily Blog Tips has published his first ebook, Killer Domains. Daniel kindly sent me an evaluation copy, and I knew if the content was anything like what Daniel publishes on his website, the ebook would be an excellent resource. I wasn’t disappointed.
It’s 50 pages long, and includes six chapters full of valuable tips to help you when researching, choosing, buying and managing a domain name:
- The 7 Characteristics Of Good Domain Names
- The Process Of Researching Domain Names
- Keyword Research
- Prefixes And Suffixes
- Tools And Resources
- Registering And Managing Domain Names
Since buying the www.newdawngraphics.com domain, I’ve accumulated between 10 and 15 others. There are only two main websites I run (this one and Logo Design Love), but you’ll learn in Daniel’s ebook why it’s important to cover more than just one base.
Killer Domains is available now for $17. The button below takes you to a purchase page.
Aternatively, if you’d like some more info, visit Daily Blog Tips to see what Daniel has to say. Here’s a quick quote:
“I am pretty sure that the ebook will be worth the $17 for the buyers. A good two-word domain name sells easily for $100, so even if you manage to find just one domain using the tools and techniques described you already recovered the money. If you end up finding a cool domain for your new website or blog, the ebook will probably be even more valuable to you.
“That being said, if after reading and trying to use the described methods you arrive to the conclusion that this is not what you were looking for, just shoot me an email and I will refund your money.”
A 100% money-back guarantee. I doubt there’ll be many people asking for a refund. Daniel, thanks very much for piecing these domain name tips together. I learnt quite a lot, and am sure many others will too.